Kentucky hotels provide guests an opportunity to experience a unique culture that is so much more than just horse racing. Choose to stay in a luxurious Kentucky hotel in a big city like Lexington or Louisville or make reservations for an overnight stay in one of the quaint Kentucky motels lakeside and see how this state balances contemporary city life with the cozy and comfortable countryside. When staying overnight in the Lexington area guests will enjoy the horse farms and of course the Kentucky Horse Park. Louisville, Kentucky hotels are also in horse country and are nearby Church Hill Downs and the Kentucky Derby Museum. These attractions are amazing in themselves and the museum has two floors of interactive horse racing related exhibits. Take a day to drive around the area and see all the thoroughbred horse farms, some of which will even let you tour their facility. For horse lovers a day spent seeing how the best are cared for is sure to be a dream come true.
For music lovers spending time in Kentucky hotels make sure to stop by the Bluegrass Music Museum in Owensboro. Its a phenomenal place where the tours give guests the full experience of blue grass music. Hotels in Kentucky near the Marion area will put visitors near the Cherokee Trail of Tears, learn how the Cherokee Indians were forced to march to their new land and restart their lives over. Discover the courage and bravery that Indians displayed as they made their march to the Midwest.
For guests traveling with children there are many affordable, family friendly hotels in Kentucky that are near zoos, children's centers and of course the Newport Aquarium in Newport, KY. This aquarium is truly amazing and houses sharks, penguins, dolphins and has some breathtaking exhibits showcasing the underwater world.
If you're staying in Kentucky hotels for business in one of the larger cities or venturing to a lakeside retreat for some rest and relaxation, guests will enjoy the balance of good pricing and good quality when staying in any of the lodging facilities in Kentucky.