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Check Out Lunch in Louisville
Get ready to get a different taste because you’re invited to Lunch in Louisville. We have designed a “bite-sized” itinerary for you to experience everything great that Louisville has to offer. You’ll stop at some of our newest and most historic hotel properties, tour our favorite gathering spots, taste our culinary treasures and sip our official cocktail, the Old Fashioned, along the way. You are sure to leave Louisville full and full of inspiration for your next meeting. We can’t wait for you to come and experience our unique brand of Southern hospitality.
June 20-21, 2018
Take an exclusive hard hat tour of the renovated and expanded Kentucky International Convention Center which will reopen August 2018.
You’ll see why Louisville is called the “Land of Fast Horses and Slow Pours” at the Kentucky Derby Museum with an immersive look at the “Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports” and a Bourbon tasting with spirits writer, Fred Minnick.
Rise and shine, it’s breakfast time! Join us at the newly renovated Louisville Marriott Downtown.
Take a peek inside the Hyatt Regency Louisville—the start of our 4th Street Live! entertainment district.
Bourbon’s gone urban—The Jim Beam Urban Stillhouse at 4th Street Live! is our next stop.
Like Gatsby said, “It’s time to drink champagne and dance on the table.” See where Gatsby author, F. Scott Fitzgerald and notorious gangster Al Capone drank at the historic Seelbach Hotel.
Opened in 1907, the Stewart’s Dry Goods Company Building is on the National Register of Historic Places and is now home to the modern Embassy Suites.
Tour the newly opened Omni Hotel that’s making a splash in Louisville. From the speakeasy bowling alley to the urban market, the Omni brings a lot to the table.
No trip to Louisville would be complete without sampling our signature dish - the Hot Brown. So we’ll be stopping where this Southern tradition started, the historic Brown Hotel.
Driving tour of Downtown Louisville, including historic Whiskey Row and iconic Museum Row.
The Official Drink of the Kentucky Derby is our final destination. You’ll enjoy a Mint Julep Competition at Rivue, high atop the 1,300-room riverside Galt House Hotel which just announced plans for an $80 million renovation.
Return to the airport relaxed and ready to bring your group to Louisville on your next trip!
For more information and to reserve your seat, contact Anna Lundy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 502-560-1467. Itinerary may change. Eligible invitees include decision makers responsible for placement of groups utilizing 200 or more rooms on peak.