Just renovated! We’ve made huge improvements at our Louisville Extended Stay! The renovations include an upgraded kitchen, new cabinets, new furniture and fixtures, more storage, modern flooring, new paint, usb charging ports, and our exclusive At Home® mattress. This mattress is made by Simmons® exclusively for InTown Suites, and features individually wrapped coils and additional pillow top filling for a great night’s sleep!
Our InTown Suites Louisville Airport property is perfect for any visit and for any length of stay. Our location at 6623 Preston Road is close to pharmacies, grocery stores, and public transit and it is only three miles away from the airport. Our apartment style rooms have low weekly rates, complete kitchens, super fast Wi-Fi and more, making InTown Suites the affordable hotel alternative.
InTown Suites is the alternative to extended stay hotels and short-term housing. We offer more than 189 locations in 22 states and are growing to serve you even better. And, with our “no lease and no credit check” policy, guests can easily move in, stay as long as they need, and be free to move when they are ready.
This room is perfectly equipped with everything you need to feel at home. It offers a comfortable queen size bed, kitchen with refrigerator, dinette table and chairs, high-speed Internet, and a large flat panel TV.Check Availability
Furnished like our Queen Studio, these third-floor rooms offer the extra peace and quiet of being on the top floor. The room is equipped with amenities like a complete kitchen, high-speed Internet, and a large flat panel TV.Check Availability
With two beds, this room accommodates up to four guests. The spacious room is well appointed with a kitchen, full-size refrigerator, large flat panel TV, high-speed Internet and more.Check Availability
Take I-65: Take Exit 128 (Fern Valley Road). At the end of the exit, go east. Follow Fern Valley Road to the Preston Highway intersection and turn right. Our InTown Suites Louisville Airport property is located on the left.
Louisville is the largest city in Kentucky. It is located on the Ohio River in north-central Kentucky. The city provides both visitors with world-class amenities like top-notch performing arts, great sports and diverse dining and residents with small-city advantages like shorter commutes and a lower cost of living. Named as America’s “Most Livable” large city by the US Conference of Mayors, Louisville is best known as the location of the Kentucky Derby, the first of three annual thoroughbred horse races making up the Triple Crown. Other attractions include the 4th Street Live! entertainment complex, the Waterfront Park, the Mellwood Arts Center, the Speed Art Museum and the Muhammad Ali Center.