The lobby of Hotel Covington in Kentucky is warm and inviting. I love the industrial chandeliers with the plush velvet chairs!
One of my favorite things is to be a tourist in my own little town. Covington, Kentucky is just across the river from downtown Cincinnati. And my favorite view of the city skyline at night is just a few blocks away. As this hotel was opening they hosted a really great awards event. Because it was going to be a late-night a friend invited me to stay with her. It was so much fun to wake up and have breakfast and to enjoy the hospitality. This hotel is contemporary but also comfortable. From plush furniture and pillows in the lobby to a unique industrial courtyard – this is a favorite! It brings the traditional Kentucky favorites with more refined decor.
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Want something a little different? Check out the contemporary art gallery and hotel 21C! This is a funky place and I love trying to find the giant plastic penguin. Need a break? Check out their Spa. And their cocktail terrace offers a great view of the city. Their unique mix of vintage and modern is everything! Check out the staircase with purple and gold carpet. Or lay down and look up at the light changing fiber-optic art installation by Astrid Krogh.
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Maybe you want something a little larger? This hotel is located a little further North in a Cincinnati neighborhood called Madisonville. The large rooms, foyer, and rooftop terrace are great for entertaining and events. The natural light and open spaces are unique. Grab some dinner inspired by local ingredients. There is plenty of room for any large gathering!
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Hotel Covington’s lawn is the perfect setting for a micro wedding.
Exposed brick and an industrial vibe give Hotel Covington the perfect mix for a micro wedding. Covington is just across the river from downtown Cincinnati. The area has the feel of Brooklyn -with great views of the city and the Roebling Suspension Bridge (designed by John A. Roebling who later designed the Brooklyn Bridge). The lawn holds up to 60 people for a reception and 200 for a theatre style ceremony. With 1,500 square feet total, it also makes a great space for cocktail hour. Originally designed as a department store – and one of the first skyscrapers in the state of Kentucky, you can see the history built on each floor. The modern and clean lines mixed with inviting textiles are perfect for hosting any event large or small.
The lawn at Hotel Covington is all set for an outdoor reception.
Industrial chic at Hotel Covington is the perfect backdrop for an event.
A lush courtyard with ivy and planters.
Wedding cake and champagne service at the reception on the lawn.
Industrial lighting at the courtyard is mixed with floral and brick scenery.
White wedding table and chairs on the patio with black napkins for the mini reception.
The entrance to Hotel Covington stands tall on Madison Avenue. Originally it was a department store and one of the state’s first skyscrapers.
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