Paducah Hotels

Paducah Kentucky is known for its small town atmosphere, unique art galleries, and weekly festivals. Although the city is relatively small, you will have no problem finding Paducah lodging. You can find Paducah Kentucky hotels with style and charm in the downtown area, or by one of the city’s fourteen parks.

If you’re an art enthusiast, why not consider Paducah hotels in the lowertown area of the town, which is where most of the town’s art galleries are located. The Fisher Mansion Bed and Breakfast is one of many Paducah hotels where Southern hospitality is at its best. This Queen Ann Victorian hotel in Paducah features lovely antique furnishings, claw foot tubs, and old fashioned art work. The best part about this Paducah lodging option is its location next to downtown attractions and festivals. The hotel is within 15 miles from Kentucky Lake and Harrah’s Casino.

The Fox Briar Inn at Riverplace hotel in Paducah is considered by some to be one of the finest choices in downtown Paducah lodging. Rooms have been restored to historical perfection, with a luxurious décor and a grandeur feel. Some of the rooms and suites face the Ohio river and feature modern kitchens and a spacious dining room. Because this hotel is located on the most historical streets in Paducah, it is best to book rooms early to ensure the best availability of rooms. During your stay, be sure to visit the nearby Ice Cream factory on Broadway Street. You won’t be able to resist the homemade old fashioned ice cream.

The Paducah Harbor Plaza Bed and Breakfast is located just a block away from the Ohio River in an extensively renovated five story building that is listed on the National Register of Historical Buildings. The overall feeling of the rooms is one of spaciousness and elegance. Some of the rooms are decorated with remnant materials from the hotel prior to its renovations. The “Hunt Room” celebrates Kentucky’s equestrian tradition in its decorating. Room prices for this hotel in Paducah range from $100-$200 a night.

While you’re staying at Paducah Kentucky hotels, be sure to check out the various attractions in the city, such as the Yeiser Art Center and the Museum of the American Quilter’s Society. Restaurants, street dances, and cultural events are also reasons to stay in Paducah Kentucky hotels. Every Saturday a downtown street is blocked off to host an event filled with live music and street vendors. Many people in Kentucky love to make homemade jelly and jam. You can find their offerings sold in some of the small stores downtown.

No matter where you decide to stay, most Paducah hotels feature unique historical elements that reflect a tradition of Southern hospitality and warmth.

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