1857 Hotel opens in Paducah, Kentucky

George Sell By George Sell
23 June 2016 | Updated 23 June 2016

US: The 1857 Hotel has opened in a renovated red-brick antebellum building in Paducah, Kentucky.

US: The 1857 Hotel has opened in a renovated red-brick antebellum building in Paducah, Kentucky.

The building originally served as a gentlemen's haberdashery and an adjoining turn-of-the-century tractor repair shop. The 1857 building contains most of the 10 guest rooms while the tractor shops serves as a bar and event space.

Developer and local restarauteur Paul Gourieux said:  "The building found us rather than us finding it. Every day leaving work we'd see this empty building, and it distressed us to watch it deteriorating."

The hotel has been fully renovated with a contemporary interior, and a small art gallery.

"We have a small gallery in the restaurant so we already had strong relationships with artists, but the scale of hotel walls allows us to hang larger pieces that couldn't fit in the restaurant."     

Average room rates for start at $105 for a Queen Suite and $165 for a Double Queen Suite. 

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