5 Best HOTELS NEAR Western Kentucky University!

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Located in Bowling Green, there are tons of  hotels near Western Kentucky University – and the best ones can be found on this list.

Whether you are looking for luxury or are on a budget, these are our favorite hotels in the area…

#1 – Hyatt Place Bowling Green

Hyatt Place Bowling Green

Cost – $$

Distance to University – 4-minute drive to Western Kentucky University

While many of the hotels in the area offer similar facilities at similar prices, what makes Hyatt Place Bowling Green stand out is its exceptional reviews!

The (as of writing) stellar 9.1 rating is attributed to the hotel’s cleanliness, spaciousness, and most importantly their amazing and friendly staff. We also love their outdoor pool and outdoor fireplace. This was an easy pick for our number one recommendation.

 

 

#2 – Hilton Garden Inn Bowling Green

Hilton Garden Inn Bowling Green

Cost – $$$

Distance to University – 7-minute drive to Western Kentucky University

Hilton Garden Inn is one of the nicer hotels in the area. It’s beautifully decorated, and the rooms are large and spacious.

While the pool and fitness facility of nice, we think the biggest selling point is the accessibility of food at either the on-site restaurant (Great American Grill) or the on-site convenience store. Get additional value from your stay with free parking and on-site laundry!

 

 

#3 – Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Bowling Green, KY

Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Bowling Green, KY

Cost – $

Distance to University – 10-minute drive to Western Kentucky University

Easily the best budge hotel near Western Kentucky University, we think Country Inn & Suites is a great economical lodging option in Bowling Green.

The wifi is fast, the indoor pool is heated, and the breakfast is reviewed as ‘awesome’ and ‘delicious’. Not bad for a budget hotel!

 

 

#4 – Drury Inn & Suites Bowling Green

Drury Inn & Suites Bowling Green

Cost – $$$$

Distance to University – 10-minute drive to Western Kentucky University

Located in a quieter part of town, Drury Inn & Suites Bowling Green is one of our highest recommendations for a great night’s rest. The pillows are soft, the beds are comfortable, and the rooms feel large and spacious (as opposed to small and cramped!)

Business travelers love this hotel for its on-site dry cleaning, in-room ironing boards, laundry facilities and the lightning-fast Wifi. Also make sure to unwind in the indoor pool or indoor jacuzzi!

 

 

#5 – Microtel Inn Bowling Green

Microtel Inn Bowling Green

Cost – $

Distance to University – 13-minute drive to Western Kentucky University

The final spot on our list goes to another budget motel – Microtel Inn Bowling Green.

The motel is basic, but accommodating. Each rooms enjoys free wifi, a fridge, a microwave, plus a coffee and tea maker. Guests also love the location as other shops and restaurants are located close by.

And the best part? Free breakfast!

 

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About the Author Emma Johnson

Emma Johnson lives to travel! Born in Washington D.C., Emma is a hotel connoisseur and a staff writer at Hotel Jules. An army brat, Emma got the travel bug early and has never been able to stop. Now, she has proudly visited 70+ countries and plans to visit every country in the world! Passionate about her ukelele (obviously) and her family, Emma eventually wants to retire in Thailand and write a book about all of her travel experiences.