Executive Inn

Address: 978 Phillips Lane, Louisville, Kentucky, 40209-139, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the South Side area of Louisville, is near Kentucky Derby Museum, Churchill Downs, Louisville Zoo, and Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Executive Inn Louisville

    Not family friendly

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    Great Location, not so great comfort. Double beds are only full size not queen as most other hotels. Matress hard - both my husband and I had back aches the next day - all day (we are in our 30's). Swimming pool and restaurant not recommended for kids under 13. More for a mature crowd that is going to spend all day somewhere else and is too tired to care how comfortable the room/bed is.

    No continental breakfast, so plan extra money or a cooler for food that your kids will actually eat.

    If you buy the family package that include 4 tickets to the Zoo, Science Center/Imax and Slugger Museum call ahead for extra costs. The Science Center charges for 2 years and up. The information from the hotel is that attractions in the package is free for 2 and under. Also call ahead for Imax movie times so you don't get stuck watching one that isn't worth the money (ie "Bugs"). See if you can walk out and see a different one if it's not to your liking.

    Staff are friendly, and again a great location, but if you want comfort go somewhere else.

    Otherwise known as "Executive Worst"

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    I have stayed here several times. It is nothing fancy. The rooms are a little old and tired when it comes to their appointments, but they have always been clean. The key is to stay in the main hotel and not in the wing across the street.

    During Derby week, the hotel goes into a transformation and becomes a busy meeting place for the likes of the exercise riders, media personnel, jockeys, trainers and owners from all over. The hotel does seem to jazz things up by providing live music in the corridor, an abundance of red roses, cocktail hours with a little extra something in your room...perhaps some KY chocolates or a set of mint julip glasses. However, the price for three days during the Derby is robbery. It is usually $850 from Thursday evening to Sunday. If you don't call well in advance and place your name on the waiting list. You can almost never get a room.

    The restaurant is average, the food is hot and service a little slow. The gift store usually carries a beautiful assortment of ladies hats. The pool area is indoors and is rather nice. There is plenty of parking and it is a stones throw away from the airport and just a short taxi ride to Churchill.

    Will I stay again...yes! Everyone stays there every year and it makes it easier for everyone. If I could find a cheaper place during derby week...

    Great value!

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    We reserved a room at this hotel not knowing much about Louisville or which hotel was the best. We were just looking for a nice to place to stay for a couple of days while going to Kentucky Kingdom and visiting other area attraction. We were really surprised at how nice this hotel was and for the price, you cant beat it. We got a package deal where they included tickets for Kentucky Kingdom and it only cost around $160 for two people for 3 days. Definitely a great deal for this kind of hotel. It might not be the Hilton but you would never know. Plus, the staff was super friendly and the facility was always clean and attended too.

    If you are considering going to Kentucky Kingdom or just looking for a nice place to stay . . . definitely check into this place!

    Beautiful Hotel, Close to Everything

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    We've been staying at the hotel for years because of the beautiful courtyard and great location. When we want to go to the football game it's right there and when we want to go downtown it's only minutes aways.

    Not recommended

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    My company scheduled a meeting there for one of our committees as well as a training session. When a group which came in together for the training arrived in their rooms, they were dirty and one room had drug parapharnalia in the room. They immediately checked back out and went to a different hotel. The meeting rooms were dark and dingy and the speaker phone didn't work well. We chose this hotel because we were under the understanding they just renovated and they offered us a great deal. I do not recommend this hotel.

    Loved the Executive Inn

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    Great Location, near all major events in Louisville. Across from Six flags, 2 mi. from Churchill Downs, 1 mi. from Papa Johns Stadium.

    Great rates. The Hotel updates are nice. Beautiful courtyard and pool.

    Terrible shuttle service

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    We have stayed here several times because of the park/fly package with free shuttle to the airport. The rooms are fair, nothing special. It's worked well for us especially on early flights. However, we just booked 3 rooms for our family and had terrible service. We called after our luggage arrived, as they asked and waited for the shuttle for almost 25 minutes at the pickup stop. This hotel is about 2 minutes from the airport. We had to call twice. We had elderly parents who were uncomfortable standing on the pavement that long. When the van finally arrived, the driver was not at all apologetic or even friendly. There was no excuse for this kind of service.

    Could have been better

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    Service was decent, but the room service kitchen was going to take an hour to make a cheese pizza at 10 PM. Decor needs UPDATING. Hotel was probably nice in it's hey-day. We had to request a refurbished room b/c our originial room had damage to the bathroom door, and room was decorated with what looked like garage sale furniture. Refurbished room was better, but still had the headboard of the olden day rooms. Someone had left their 4-5 pornographic magazines behind in the room, on top shelf that was in plain sight of any 5"7"+ person. Front desk staff said that's not standard when advised of the situation. Amenities were the best part of the hotel. Pools were HUGE and nice. Has tanning and massages available.

    Great Location

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    Fantastic hotel, best location, best people to deal with. Have been staying here for different events for over 15 years. The best!

    Great location

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    This hotel was in the best location. It was located straight across from Six Flags, and it was beautiful. It has an indoor and outdoor pool, a bar, a restaurant, and beautiful rooms.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Executive Inn Louisville

    2.50 of 5 stars Fair
     

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