The Galt House Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky, introduces new meeting offerings starting this month. Louisville’s only waterfront hotel recently underwent a property-wide $80 million renovation on all guestrooms, meeting spaces and new food and beverage concepts.
The Galt House Hotel boasts 130,000 square feet of meeting and event space. The property recently partnered with Audio Visual Management Solutions to offer groups even more meeting options. AVMS delivers state-of-the-art technology for hybrid meetings of all sizes. AVMS and The Galt House Hotel tailor in-person and virtual meetings to your needs, offering audio and video conferencing, virtual studios, webinars and more. There are 53 meeting rooms on site, with the largest conference room sized at 25,000 square feet.
Take advantage of new dining options. Walker’s Exchange is a brasserie with Kentucky-inspired cuisine. Jockey Silks Bourbon Bar features an impressive selection of 180 types of bourbon. Swizzle Dinner & Drinks serves dinner with city views from the property’s 25th floor.
The property will offer locals and guests three different on-site COVID-19 tests, including Rapid Antibody Serology, RT-PCR (polymerase chain reaction)-Nasal and Rapid Antibody as well as the Rapid Antigen Test. New cleanliness protocols are in place including more than 100 hand sanitizer stations throughout the property’s public spaces, six fog treatment machines to sanitize between meetings, social distancing and mask wearing procedures for staff and marked flow in high-traffic areas.
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