The Historic Seelbach Hilton Hotel Louisville


exterior of the Seelbach Hilton

We are positively THRILLED to introduce you to Louisville’s Seelbach Hotel that is steeped in historical significance. First opened in 1907, the Seelbach continues to attract celebrities and guests from all over the world. Renowned gangsters from the roaring 20’s like Al Capone and George Remus, “the king of the bootleggers,” used to visit the hotel for gambling, cigars, and of course Kentucky bourbon. Remus and the Seelbach’s elegant ballrooms were the inspiration for F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, and Remus specifically was the model for the character of Jay Gatsby. Parts of the 2013 film “The Great Gatsby” were even filmed in the hotel!

As far as amenities go, the Seelbach offers a complimentary airport shuttle for those of you flying in for the conference. Kellie and Rebekah have also snagged a great deal on those staying at the hotel — free parking!  The hotel also offers a 24-hour fitness center, dry cleaning, business center, babysitting & massage (by reservation, additional fee), and a STARBUCKS (Reset fans, rejoice!).

historic seelbach hotel grand ballroom

Photo by BG Photography Morgan Gould

The hotel has a couple of restaurants for dine in, carry out, or in-room service. You can also order anything from any of the menus to be packed up “picnic style.” Restaurants include Gatsby’s on Fourth (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) and the Old Seelbach Bar (lunch and dinner). Watch for another upcoming post about food near the hotel and around downtown Louisville!

bride and groom's first look at historic Seelbach Hotel

Photo by BG Photography Morgan Gould

We can’t wait to experience this great hotel location and city with you all!  We think 2019 will be the best Reset Conference yet!  Seats are still available — book yours now!