Greater Louisville Hotels
21c Museum Hotel
Baymont Inn Louisville South
Best Western Airport East/Expo Center
Candlewood Suites Louisville East
Candlewood Suites Louisville Airport
Country Inn & Suites Louisville Airport
Courtyard by Marriott Airport
Courtyard by Marriott - Louisville East
Courtyard by Marriott - Louisville Northeast
Courtyard by Marriott Downtown
Crowne Plaza Louisville
Days Inn Airport & Fair/Expo Center
Drury Inn & Suites
Embassy Suites Louisville
Fairfield Inn Louisville Downtown
Fairfield Inn Louisville South
Galt House Hotel and Suites
Hampton Inn Downtown Louisville
Hampton Inn Louisville Northeast
Hampton Inn, Brooks
Hilton Garden Inn Louisville East
Hilton Garden Inn/Louisville Airport
Holiday Inn Southwest
Holiday Inn Airport & Fair/Expo Center
Holiday Inn Express I-265
Holiday Inn Express, Northwest
Holiday Inn Hurstbourne
Hyatt Place Louisville East
Hyatt Regency Louisville
Jameson Inn Louisville South
Legacy Hotel and Conferences
Marriott Louisville Downtown
Park Inn Louisville East
Ramada Downtown North
Red Carpet Inn
Residence Inn Louisville East
Residence Inn Louisville Downtown
Residence Inn Louisville Northeast
Rodeway Inn Airport
Ronald McDonald House
Seelbach Hilton Hotel
Sheraton Riverside Louisville North
Sleep Inn& Suites Preston
Sleep Inn, Blankenbaker
Springhill Suites by Marriott Louisville Airport
Springhill Suites Downtown
The Brown Hotel
Wingate by Wyndham Louisville
GLHLA Board of Directors
GLHLA supports the economic interests of its membership by serving as a source of information on key industry issues and an advocate on public policy matters impacting the local hospitality industry.
- Mayor Fischer Speaks at May Luncheon
Mayor Greg Fischer spoke at the GLHLA May Luncheon meeting at the Marriott Louisville East.
- Recognition of Excellence
Two Louisville hotels are recognized for their excellence.
- Hometown Tourist Celebration 2013
Louisville’s Hometown Tourist Celebration, has been encouraging those friends and family – Indiana and Kentucky – residents to “be a tourist in their own hometown” for more than a decade.
- GLHLA Supports KICC Expansion Initiative
The Board of Directors of the Greater Louisville Hotel & Lodging Association, which represents more than 10,000 hotel rooms in the metro area, fully supports the next expansion phase for KICC.
- Louisville Named Top US Travel Destination in 2013
LonelyPlanet.com has named Louisville the number US travel destination for 2013.
- Meet the Board (a few members at a time)
Here is some insight into the several of the volunteer leaders of the GLHLA board of directors.
- John Morton Named New GLHLA President
John Morton, general manager of the Hampton Inn Louisville Northeast, has been appointed to the presidency of GLHLA.
- McFarland Departs Seelbach for Hawaii Property
Jon McFarland, GM of the Seelbach Hilton and President of GLHLA, has left his position at the hotel to take an AGM position at the Hilton Wiakoloa Village
- Funding Approved to Study KICC Expansion
The Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau Commission approved funding at a recent board meeting of a study to review the potential expansion of the Kentucky International Convention Center
- Michael Howerton Named CVB Commission Chair
The Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau announces the appointment of Michael D. Howerton as Chair of the Greater Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau Commission. The "Commission" is the policy-making body of the Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau, the community's tourism marketing organization.
- GSA Considers Change in Rate Calculation
The General Services Administration (GSA) is considering amending the manner by which it calculates per diem rates. The GSA sets hotel per diem rates for the federal government. Its rationale for change is to reduce travel costs. The likely impact on hoteliers will be reduced revenues. Many private and public organizations use the federal per diem rates to set travel reimbursement rates for employees, so this has far-reaching effects on your revenue streams.
- Compliance Date for Existing Pool and Spas Extended
Following months of hard work by AH&LA and the lodging industry, the Department of Justice (DOJ) has announced a substantial postponement of the ADA compliance date for existing pools and spas with ADA requirements for accessible entries.
- AH&LA Files Letters with DOJ - seeks relief from unreasonable pool lift requirements
The American Hotel and Lodging Association has filed letters with U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder seeking restoration of common sense interpretation of pool and spa entry requirements under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
- New Site Feature - Positions Available
GLHLA has added a new feature to its web site - Positions Available. This is designed to meet the need of members who are looking to fill a particular position.
- Two GLHLA Members Make List of Top 500 Hotels in the World
Travel + Leisure has named its top 500 hotels for 2012 and two from the list are GLHLA members
- Follow GLHLA on Facebook
GLHLA launches its Facebook page.
- New Links Added to Site
Links to the web sites of GLHLA Associate Members have been added.