Hampton Inn & Suites Madisonville
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn & Suites Madisonville
Travel Blogs from Madisonville
... We certainly did/are/will/can.
Walked about a mile, and saw the Boathouse restaurant, right on the river so had a great lunch, a couple of glasses of wine, gazed out at the river and enjoyed every minute. Had to walk the mile back, though, but a good thing after that hefty lunch. Tufie had fried catfish which she proclaimed the best on the planet. Drove back to the ...
Today we crossed the Ohio into Kentucky. We had an early morning start in the rain but the weather cleared as the day progressed and that was a good thing since we had 85 miles to cover in the day. The rolling hills were nice but we had a 17% ...
Loved our stay at this nice hotel with two great pools. Brody just turned 2 so loved the water slide. Rooms have full kitchen with stove, refrigerator, dishwasher. Also has washer and dryer. Right on the beach - $30/day to rent 2 chairs and an umbrella. Nice restaurant on site. Grocery store 1.5 miles away in a shady neighborhood. 1 hour drive from the Fort Lauderdale airport.
Arrived on Monday and took cab from ...
... route farther south in Tennessee. We were going to get there and finish with equal miles. No way to get there. That needs emphasis, NO WAY! Through one of the hotel ladies we got a number of a man named Troy who was over biking roads in Kentucky. He figured us a route from our hotel to the transamerican trail. A bike trail across Kentucky, but still on paved roads.
Frustrated to the maximum.
We went to bed not quite knowing what to ...
... was festooned with prolific signs stating, 'No bicycles!' I guess it makes more sense to run over bicyclists on the back roads so it won't be so obvious on the presumably more heavily traveled roads. All these cute travel books for bicyclists in the Bluegrass State, showing people with their smiling kids beside them on nice back roads sans vehicles, must have been a major photo shoot. People must have been up-in-arms ...