Featuring classic English Renaissance architecture, The Brown Hotel is an historic, AAA Four Diamond luxury hotel in Louisville, Kentucky. As you approach The Brown, with its exterior built in the Georgian-Revival style, and its stone and terra cotta trim, you'll see what makes us one of the finest hotels in the South. When you enter our doors, our opulent two-story lobby greets you with its hand-painted, coffered ceiling, Bottocino marble flooring, finely carved mahogany furnishings and Palladian-style windows. The grand appearance of this historic structure transports guests to a rare place of refined Southern elegance, where impeccable service, distinctive style and uncommon luxuries rule the day.
An Historic Louisville Hotel Minutes from Your Destination
- Adjacent to the Brown Theatre
- One half block from the Palace Theatre
- Two blocks from 4th Street Live
- Seven blocks from KFC Yum! Center
- Four blocks from the Kentucky International Convention Center (KICC)
- Five minutes from Louisville International Airport (complimentary shuttle service available)
The Premier Choice in Louisville Luxury Hotels
Our hotel, near the University of Louisville offers complimentary high-speed internet access throughout. All guest rooms feature European goose down duvets, feather beds, flat-screen televisions and three multi-line phones. Bathrooms include Spanish, Ramora marble and granite-top vanities. Exclusive accommodations are offered on the privately keyed Club floors.
Whether it be a high-level corporate meeting, the season's most important social affair or a fairy-tale wedding, The Brown has hosted some of the most prominent events in Louisville history. The Hotel features 17 banquet and meeting rooms, from the magnificent Crystal Ballroom with its hand-painted ceiling, to the intimate Louis XVI suite. The Brown is well-known for the English Grill restaurant, where one food columnist wrote, "Perfection is Possible."
In the end, it may be the attentive service, the culinary expertise and the beautifully unique meeting spaces that you remember most about The Brown. But in the beginning, it is always the striking details of her design that make you first fall so in love with The Brown Hotel.
The Brown Hotel—Louisville's longstanding love, since 1923.