The Seelbach Hilton Louisville

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Built in 1905, The Seelbach Hilton Louisville is considered a landmark to “the Golden Era.” Its grand ambiance inspired author F. Scott Fitzgerald to use it as the backdrop for Tom and Daisy Buchanan’s wedding in The Great Gatsby. "The Seelbach," as the locals call it, is home to The Oakroom, The Old Seelbach Bar, and The Rathskeller, which is the only surviving destination made of Rookwood Pottery in the world today. Its central location in the heart of downtown Louisville’s business and entertainment district makes it close to such renowned cultural attractions like Churchill Downs, KFC Yum Center, Kentucky Center for the Arts, Louisville Palace, and the Kentucky International Convention Center.

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Experience the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, the Kentucky Derby Museum, The Louisville Palace, and Fourth Street Live! nearby.

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Discover the historical ambiance of The Seelbach Hilton Louisville.

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Explore the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory.

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Experience the Louisville Mega Cavern.

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Taste the classic Seelbach Cocktail at The Old Seelbach Bar.

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