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Extended Stay America - Louisville - Alliant Avenue
At Extended Stay America, only 14 . 6 miles from Louisville, guests find a friendly home away from home, whether they stay a day, a week or a month . Free grab and go breakfast, onsite laundry facilities, free WiFi, and a fully equipped kitchen in each of our 100 suites make traveling easier, while flat screen TVs with premium channels and a seasonal pool add relaxation and recreation . Savvy business and leisure travelers find our hotel the convenient, affordable, smart choice . Hotel requires a valid credit card on file upon check in for incidental charges or damages to guest rooms . If no valid credit card or guest is paying cash, a cash room deposit in the amount of 100USD per stay per room is collected . After satisfactory inspection at check out, room deposit will be refunded . Refunds over 100USD will be refunded by check within 14 days of departure . Visit esa . com/extendedperks to join the Extended Perks rewards program . It is free to join and includes exclusive offers from Extended Stay America and hundreds of your favorite brands, no points required .
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Louisville Events & Entertainment
Dinnerworks at Louisville Visual Art Association
The Louisville Visual Art Association’s annual
exhibition of handmade dinnerware coupled with unique table designs.
National Farm Machinery Show
Start your year out right with row after row of
brand name products and services, hands-on demonstrations of the latest
technology advancements, and a selection of free seminars that are both
practical and informative.
Mid-America Trucking Show
Equipment and services of every conceivable
description, representing the most innovative technology and advanced
developments in the industry will be on display!
Humana Festival of new American Plays
Time Magazine recently called this showcase, "The
center of the theater world."
Kentucky Derby Festival
The nation’s largest civic celebration with over
70 accessible events
Kentucky Derby Festival Thunder Over Louisville
The nation’s largest annual fireworks show and
the opening of the Kentucky Derby Festival. An ABA top 100 events.
Kentucky Derby Festival Great Balloon Race
The annual display of over 35 hot air balloons
participating in the chase of the "hare" balloon.
Kentucky Derby Festival Great Steamboat Race
The annual duel on the river between our own
Belle of Louisville and the Delta Queen of Cincinnati
Kentucky Derby Festival Marathon/Mini Marathon
The annual 13.1-mile run beginning at Iroquois
Park and ending in downtown Louisville
Kentucky Derby Festival Pegasus Parade
The Annual Pegasus Parade begins at Campbell and
Broadway Streets and continues west on Broadway to 9th Street.
Cherokee Triangle Old Tyme Fair
This outdoor festival features a juried art show
of approximately 200 artists, as well as live entertainment, children’s
activities and a food court in the historic Cherokee Triangle neighborhood
The Kentucky Oaks is Thoroughbred racing’s most
prestigious race for three-year-old fillies.
The most prestigious horse race in America and
the first jewel of the Triple Crown is always the first Saturday in May.
Kentucky Reggae Festival
Enjoy live Reggae music, ethnic food and vendors
of all types.
Kentucky Shakespeare Festival
This festival stages unique and visually
astounding productions such as "The Tempest."
Enjoy ethnic food and pastries, beer, dancing, a
live band, jewelry, art, groceries and books.
Waterside is a full-scale art and music festival
that brings artists and craftspeople to the Water Tower.
Kentucky Sampler at Churchill Downs
This festival features 50 of the state’s finest
arts and crafts exhibitors, traditional Kentucky foods and regional music.
An ABA top 100 events.
Street Ball Showdown
Kentucky’s largest 3-on-3 outdoor basketball
tournament with all the proceeds benefit the Cabbage Patch Settlement.
Operation Brightside/Coca-Cola Volleyball Classic
More than 4,500 players compete in one of the
largest tournaments in the region.
Kentucky Music Weekend
The largest traditional and folk music festival
in the region.
Waterfront Independence Festival
Celebrate Independence Day on the Great Lawn with
music, food and fireworks.
National Street Rod Association
Recognized as the world's largest automotive
participation event, more than 11,000 pre-1949 Street rods are expected at this
Strassenfest celebrates Louisville’s Germanic
heritage, with German music, food and beverage, along with an arts and crafts
show on the Belvedere
Kentucky State Fair
The "Pride of Kentucky" draws over 600,000 people
with attractions from rooster crowing contests and pig racing to the Six Flags
Kentucky Kingdom and top name concerts.
West Louisville Appreciation Celebration
National and local entertainment with food,
vendors, 5K run, volleyball, balloon racing and other fun in Shawnee Park.
World Championship Horse Show
A showcase for American Saddlebred, Hackney
Ponies, and Road Horses that crowns the world championship saddlebreds in
Jeffersontown Gaslight Festival
This weekend includes crafts, a 5K run, a parade
and games for everyone.
Rock the Water Tower
This outdoor festival features local and regional
bands as well as great food.
Strictly Bluegrass Festival
This festival features nationally known Bluegrass
entertainers at Iroquois Amphitheater.
Oxmoor Steeplechase and Country Fair
Races, music, and crafts
Corn Island Storytelling Festival
One of the premiere storytelling festivals in the
world, more than 50 tellers from around the world
Captain’s Quarters Regatta
This annual event attracts sailboats from four
states and features several classes
Irish Family Festival
This outdoor festival features local bands,
ethnic food, pipers, cultural exhibits and more.
Ursuline Campus Art Fair
130 juried artists come together to display
paintings, jewelry, pottery, porcelain and more.
Adam Matthews Balloon Glow
First launched in 1999 the Adam Matthews Balloon
Festival has quickly become the largest balloon event in Kentucky.
National Quartet Convention
Gospel music’s biggest annual event showcases the
finest talent in Southern Gospel Music.
Bluegrass Fan Festival
The International Music Association hosts
national top name artists.
Louisville’s Jaycee’s Oktoberfest
Live music under the tent in the Bluegrass
Brewing Company’s parking lot, German food and specially brewed Oktoberfest
St. James Court Art Show
More than 650 artists from throughout North and
South America will converge for the annual Saint James Court Art Show.
World’s Largest Halloween Party
Activities at the Louisville Zoo include 20
trick-or-treat stations, costumed characters, clowns and the Halloween Express
Train. This outdoor party is a family affair. Party favors are given out
and local bands perform downtown in Theatre Square.
Brown & Williamson’s Light Up Louisville International Festival
Join us downtown as we "Light up Louisville" with
thousands of lights in an international flair.
Christmas Gift and Décor Show
One of the nation’s largest and finest free
admission Christmas Shows! Over 700 booths of wonderful Christmas craft and
Old Louisville Holiday House Tour
Visit historic Old Louisville’s most beautiful
homes all dressed up for the holidays.
Mayor’s Midnight Special on New Year’s Eve
This outdoor party is a family affair. Party
favors are given out and local bands perform downtown in Theatre Square.
Louisville Destination Overview
“And they’re off!” Those electrifying words,
along with the song “Danny Boy”, mark Louisville as the place to be for
thousands each May during the world famous Kentucky Derby, the first leg
of the Triple Crown of thoroughbred horse racing.
As it has done for more than 130 years, the race and associated events
transform Louisville. Dozens of theme-decorated horses can be found on the
sidewalks, in the gardens and in the entrances to some of the city's buildings.
This public art project, called Gallopalooza, lends a bright note of whimsy to
The 16th largest city in the U.S. and the largest
city in Kentucky, Louisville is home to over 90 attractions and thousands of
excellent hotels and restaurants. Whether you are planning to visit Louisville
for pleasure or attending a meeting or convention, you will find thoroughbred
horse racing, bluegrass music, sporting events, and much more.
Located on the banks of the
Ohio River, greater Louisville is at the center of three major interstate
highways: I-65, I-71 and I-64. It is within a day's drive of nearly half of
the nation's population centers. Louisville International Airport is
conveniently situated only seven minutes from downtown.
Louisville has four
distinct seasons. There is just enough snow in the winter to make the scenery
exquisite. Spring is an exciting time. The city holds the Kentucky Derby
Festival during the two weeks leading up to the race, with fireworks, balloon
races, steamboat races, concerts and many other events. With high temperatures
in the mid-70s during the spring, it’s also the perfect time for outdoor
Summer is the time to enjoy
one of the country’s greatest theme parks, Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom. This
theme park contains five roller coasters and also has live shows, popular dining
spots, and special areas for smaller children. Hurricane Bay water park has a
giant 750,000-gallon wave pool, with surfable waves. In
the fall, the cooler temperatures bring the change of fall foliage, Kentucky
The landmark that most
people associate with Louisville is Churchill Downs, located south of downtown.
It has been a place of ritual since 1875, when the first Kentucky Derby was run.
Even if you aren't in town for the race, it is worthwhile to make a trip to the
track. In addition to touring the facilities, you can tour the beautifully
appointed Kentucky Derby Museum.
As one commentator
observed: in the Derby, each horse that is running has only two minutes out of
its whole life to prove itself. Because only 3-year-olds run in the race, each
horse has only a once in a lifetime, two-minute chance of winning.
On the education front, the
University of Louisville, with an enrollment of more than 21,000, has three
campuses throughout the metropolitan area. The Belknap Campus, 3 miles from
downtown, contains seven of the university's 11 schools; the university's
medical campus and hospital are in downtown Louisville; and the Shelby Campus is
in eastern Jefferson County.
There is good news for the
many fans of Louisville Slugger baseball bats! The giant bat that now stands in
downtown Louisville marks the spot where the Slugger bats are made: a new
factory has recently opened, marking the return of the company to Louisville
after an absence of more than 20 years.
Why not take in dinner
aboard an authentic Paddlewheel Steamboat. The Belle of Louisville and
the Spirit of Jefferson cruise the beautiful Ohio River daily. With
year round lunch and dinner cruises, this is a way to view the skyline and enjoy
great food at the same time.
For an introduction to the
history of the area, be sure to visit the Frazier Historical Arms Museum. It’s
an unforgettable journey that spans 1000 years with a collection of arms, armor
and related historical artifacts from around the world.
The Water Tower, east of
downtown at River Road and Zorn Avenue, is an example of classic industrial
architecture, with a Grecian temple front and a great standpipe tower modeled
after the Roman triumphal column. The Confederate Monument is found at 3rd
Street and Cardinal Boulevard.
The performing arts are
housed in The Kentucky Center. The glass walls of the center reflect facades of
buildings, which have been renovated and converted into museums, theaters, shops
and restaurants. The Louisville arts community has gained international acclaim
and is one of only nine U.S. cities with a professional opera, ballet, theatre,
orchestra and children's theatre.
Another downtown treat is
shopping and dining in the rejuvenated Fourth Street area known as Fourth Street
Live!, where a growing number of restaurants have opened (including the Hard
Rock Cafe), some interesting shops, and more are slated to open in the coming
All in all, Louisville is a
city of stature as well as a center of culture and of entertainment. Looking for
a terrific vacation destination? Live it up in Louisville!
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