Home2, Hampton combo hits Louisville

Home2 Louisville

Hilton Worldwide opened its newest hotel, the dual-branded Hampton Inn by Hilton Louisville East/Hurstbourne and Home2 Suites by Hilton Louisville East/Hurstbourne, bringing a total of 160 new rooms to the city of Louisville. Both properties are owned and operated by Kana Hotel Group.

“The latest addition of our dual-branded Hampton Inn by Hilton and Home2 Suites by Hilton is perfect for 'Derby City,'” said Phil Cordell, global head, focused service and Hampton brand management, Hilton Worldwide. “Each brand brings their signature amenities; yet, they both share the commitment to customer service and hospitality that is synonymous with Hilton Worldwide.”   

Both properties are located at 1150 Forest Bridge Road with access to the University of Louisville, Louisville International Airport and a short drive to the city’s downtown area. Additionally, guests can venture out into the city and visit the Kentucky Science Center, Frazier History Museum and the Louisville Waterfront Park.


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The dual-brand concept creates larger communal areas than what would be standard at a stand-alone property, benefitting both business and leisure travelers. The hotel has two lobbies and dining areas, each catering to the needs of their respective guests. Within the Hampton by Hilton lobby guests can find the Suite Shop, a food and beverage shop filled with snacks, toiletries, local merchandise and drinks for purchase.


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