805'Derby City Urban Bourbon Trail Penthouse

From $99 / night

Louisville, KY
805'Derby City Urban Bourbon Trail Penthouse
Condo
1 bedrooms
14 guests
Varies min stay

Overview Description

Overview

Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 14
Type: Condo
Per night: $99 - $999
Pets allowed: No
Internet: Yes
Description of the Louisville vacation condo rental
Stay at one of the most unique and breathtaking places in Louisville. Open the door to this 840 square foot penthouse loft, with 14 foot ceilings, and in front of you is a 20 feet of windows overlooking West Louisville, Indiana's Floyds Knobs (a picturesque view of lush hills) and a partial view of the falls of the Ohio River. The windows are 20 feet in length and 7 1/2+ feet in height. Every day I wake up deliriously happy because the first thing I see in the morning is this view, and I stay that way all day for the same reason. I would love for you to experience this during your time in Louisville!

A string of adjectives for you that describe my space. . . Sun-drenched, Modern, Urban and Industrial Chic. The open floor plan allows you to enjoy time together with your friends, and the distinct spaces created using groupings of furniture allow you to have more intimate gatherings when you choose. The exposed concrete floors give you a raw, industrial feel while the carefully chosen decor warms up the space for a truly comfortable stay in an edgy space.

The space is 1 of 2 penthouse west-facing + partial riverview lofts in the historic Glassworks Building in downtown Louisville. Glassworks is a multi-use facility dedicated to the art of glass featuring 2 working glass studios, 2 glass galleries, a walk-in workshop and daily tours. That gives you a lot to do before you even step outside the building.

Plus, enjoy the convenience of private underground secure parking with a key card access elevator (as available on a first-come, first-served basis). Should you need anything during your stay, there is 24-hour security at the lobby front desk.

LOCATION:
Staying here, you are in the Glassworks District, adjacent to Museum Row and blocks away from Whiskey Row. Without leaving a 2-block radius you can:

- Take the elevator down to Jazzyblu for a cocktail and a spot of live music or, if it's the weekend, chill in their cozy lounge, Blu, with dance music;

- Watch glass blowing artisans working it on the ground level;

- Walk to the world-renowned 21C Museum Hotel which houses restaurant Proof on Main and the 21C contemporary art museum;

- Stroll just a fraction further to St Charles Exchange restaurant and choose a libation from their lengthy cocktail list that showcases turn of the century mixed drinks in a casually elegant space reminiscent of a 1900's hotel lobby bar;

- Meander down Museum Row which includes Frazier History Museum, Glassworks, Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory, Kentucky Science Center, Kentucky Museum of Art + Craft, 21c Museum Hotel, The Muhammad Ali Center and The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts;

- or Jog to the Louisville Riverwalk for your morning run in Waterfront Park.

There is more, but I couldn't risk losing your interest by making this section even longer!

Venture a little further east (1.3 miles) on Market on the free downtown TARC trolley and you will find a plethora of amazing and unique restaurants. Louisville is a foodie town and this section, NuLu, is at the heart of the up-and-coming restaurant scene. Also, enjoy antique shops, art galleries and specialty stores.

Still with me? Let's go a little further down the road to The Highlands (about 3 miles to the southeast). Sometimes referred to as 'Restaurant Row,' the Highlands in Louisville is best known for its eclectic local shops, restaurants, bars and nightclubs. In fact, the three mile stretch of Bardstown Road and Baxter Avenue that intersects the Highlands has the highest density of bars and restaurants in Louisville.

I could keep going, but you are only staying for a couple of days, right?

AMENITIES - It is our goal to make your stay better than any 5-star hotel. To that end your stay includes:

- Daily Housekeeping (except Sunday)
- Secure Parking with Key Card Access (for one car as available on a first-come, first-served basis)
- Concierge Service (provided by yours truly!)
- Bottled Water, Complimentary
- Mini Bar (at your request we will stock the kitchen with items from a shopping list you give us, just reimburse us for the cost of the groceries, no up-charge!)
- Hair Dryer
- Toiletries: you will find shampoo, conditioner + bath gel in the shower
- Laundry, Pressing and Dry Cleaning available
- Iron and Ironing Board
- High-speed Password-protected Wifi
- Flat Screen LCD HDTV
- Cable
- Full Kitchen
- Stove
- Microwave
- Dishwasher
- Keurig Coffee Maker
- iPod / Android / iPad / Tablet / Whatever-System-You-Use-For-Music Speakers
- Alarm Clock
- And did I mention Breathtaking Views of Indiana's Floyds Knobs + of the Ohio River?

Remember, we want to make your visit to the Derby City a wonderful experience - really and truly we do - so please contact us if extra luxuries are needed. We will assess what mountains need to be moved and acquire the equipment to move said mountains.

Sarah Morris McCauley

Area Information
DRIVING DISTANCE FROM POINTS OF INTEREST:
- Churchill Downs: 13 minutes (4.2 miles)
- SDF, Louisville International Airport: 12 minutes (7 miles)
- LOU, Bowman Field Airport for personal aircraft: 12 minutes (7.3 miles)
- INTERSTATES: I-64: 3 minutes (0.2 miles); I-65: 5 minutes (1.1 miles); I-71: 6 minutes (2.4 miles); I-264/Watterson Expy: 10 minutes (5.9 miles)

ENTERTAINMENT: Centrally located for walking or driving a very short distance to some of the best dining and bars in Louisville - Downtown/Main Street (you can see it from the window!); E Market Street/NuLu (1.3 miles); Old Louisville (2 miles); Bardstown Road (3 miles); and Frankfort Avenue (3 miles).

Downtown Louisville and Main Street restaurants and bars such as Proof on Main, St. Charles Exchange, MilkWood (a new creation by Chef Edward Lee of Top Chef fame), Hillbilly Tea, Doc Crow's and Jockey Silks Bourbon Bar.

Old Louisville restaurants such as 610 Magnolia (Chef Edward Lee's original Louisville creation) and Smoketown USA.

NuLu/East Market Street restaurants and bars such as Harvest, Decca, Wiltshire, Rye, Ghyslain, Mayan Café, Taco Punk, Toast on Market, Garage Bar, Please + Thank You, Haymarket Whiskey Bar and Louisville Beer Store.

Bardstown Road restaurants and bars such as Jack Fry's, Lilly's, Asiatique, Dragon King's Daughter, Ramsi's Café on the World, Monkey Wrench and Nowhere Bar.

Frankfort Ave/Crescent Hill/Clifton restaurants and bars such as Varanese, El Mundo, Grape Leaf, Porcini, The Comfy Cow and Blue Dog Bakery & Café.

Here's the deal. . . I love my city, and I love to help people fall in love with my city. So you could not be in better hands concierge-wise! Let me know what you want to make your Derby City weekend perfect and I'll help you set it up.

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Rates

Rates

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Apr 30 2017 May 03 2017 $999 - - - 3 Nights
Oct 08 2017 Oct 12 2017 $99 $149 - - 4 Nights
Payment Options: Mastercard, Visa
Other Fees: Cleaning $58. Cancellation policy: Cancelled bookings will not receive a refund.
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