Bunkhouse, the Austin-based hospitality company founded on the pillars of design, music, and authentic community-driven experiences, announced today a new hotel project in Louisville, named Hotel Genevieve. Scheduled to open in spring 2023, this will be the brand’s first hotel project in Kentucky. The property, with architecture by Memphis-based LLW Architects, is located in the heart of the NuLu neighborhood, featuring 122 rooms on six floors, along with a restaurant, lush rooftop, mini market, and intimate bar. Hotel Genevieve’s name is inspired by a regional type of limestone, Saint Genevieve, which is a key ingredient in bourbon production. Limestone is prevalent throughout Texas, too—providing a through line from Bunkhouse origins to their new chapter in Kentucky. Saint Genevieve is also a female saint and the patron saint of Paris celebrating both the French origins of Louisville, which was named after King Louis XVI of France, as well as the women involved on the project. Named…
Source: hospitalitynet.org , New Hotel Opening

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