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The Seelbach Hilton is a historic hotel in Louisville, Kentucky, founded by Bavarian-born immigrant brothers Louis and Otto Seelbach. It opened in 1905 as the Seelbach Hotel, envisioned by the Seelbach Brothers to embody the old-world grandeur of European hotels in cities such as Vienna and Paris. The hotel was quickly regarded among the finest hotels in the United States and throughout its long history has been frequented by many notable Americans—for instance F. Scott Fitzgerald, who took inspiration from the Seelbach for a hotel in The Great Gatsby.
Room reservations: FPI’s group rate of $199 (plus tax) is available until September 30 – or – until the block sells out, so please make your arrangements early.
To make reservations:
Parking & Transportation:
The Seelbach offers valet parking for $30 a day. Complimentary shuttle service is also available to the Louisville International Airport 6:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. Upon arrival, contact the hotel directly at 502-585-3200 and ask for the bell stand (ext. 206) to schedule your pickup.