A block from both I-65 and the Kentucky International Convention Center, this sleek, modern hotel is a mile from the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory.
Polished rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows with city views, plus local art, flat-screen TVs, bourbon bars, safes and Wi-Fi access. Suites add living rooms and free-standing soaking tubs. Room service is offered 24/7.
Dining and nightlife options range from a hip restaurant/bar with a terrace, to a posh speakeasy-style lounge and bowling alley. Breakfast is available. There’s also a vibrant market, a rooftop pool with fire pits, and a spa, as well as 70,000 sq ft of event space.
Louisville, Kentucky is the largest city in the state and the sixteenth largest in the country. The city was founded in 1778 by George Rogers Clark and named after King Louis XVI. It lies on the Ohio River near the border with Indiana. The metro area is widely referred to as “Kentuckiana,” and residents of Louisville are known as Louisvillians. The city is best known for the Kentucky Derby, the most popular event in horse racing and known as the “most exciting two minutes in sports.”
The four most popular attractions Louisville has to offer are the Louisville Slugger Museum, with the world’s largest bat; the Louisville Science Center, which now has a $7.6 million human body exhibit; Glassworks, a space housing works from 50 glass artists; and the Frazier Historical Arms Museum. The downtown area is alive with performing arts venues, such as the Kentucky Center, which hosts local and national theater programming. The East Market Street Neighborhood has become an attraction due to its restaurants and art galleries. There are many charming neighborhoods in the city, including Old Louisville with its 19th-century charm.
There are many spectator sports to enjoy in Louisville. The 13,000-seat Slugger Field is home to the Louisville Bats, the Cincinnati Red’s top minor league affiliate. The field is known as one of the best in minor league baseball and the Bats have an impressive record. The University of Louisville’s men’s basketball team plays at Freedom Hall. Churchill Downs is the site of the Kentucky Derby, the most famous horse racing event in the country. The Valhalla Golf Club is located in Louisville and hosted the 1996 and 2000 PGA Championships. The city has one of the best skateparks in the country, the Louisville Extreme Park. High school sports enjoy a high degree of popularity in the city, with schools like Trinity, St. Xavier, and Male winning an impressive number of titles.
The intern or trainee will be introduced to Omni Hotels and Resorts, its corporate standards and culture. The training program teaches Food and Beverage Operations administered by Omni professionals. The Food and Beverage training will focus on learning American and International food and beverage techniques and Omni Restaurant methods, specifically in: Food and Beverage, Operations, full service a la carte restaurant dining, high-volume quick output dining and other eateries. Interns and trainees will also learn F&B behaviors that build customer loyalty within the Omni brand and positivity impact hotel guest experience. Upon completion of all the rotating phases in this training, the intern or trainee will be ready to handle almost any Food and Beverage operations anywhere in the world.
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