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If you are looking for a hotel that offers 7-star services at affordable rates, look no further than Hotel 7 Inn of Paducah.

Welcome to our hotel near Barkley Regional Airport, River Heritage Museum, and Kentucky Lake

Stay at our Hotel 7 Inn, across from Kentucky Oaks Mall, for comfort and value at great rates. Conveniently located off I-24 on US Highway 60, our hotel is within easy reach of area attractions, shopping, and dining.

Start your day with a free 7-item SuperStart breakfast and connect to free WiFi. Catch up on the news with your free newspaper. We offer in-room microwave, refrigerator, work desk, and free local calls, as well as ample free parking. Non-smoking and accessible rooms are also available at our pet-friendly hotel.

Visit the Museum of the American Quilters Society or the River Heritage Museum and learn about the history of the Ohio River. Cast your line in Kentucky Lake for a giant bass or enjoy the slides at Venture River Waterpark. Catch harness racing at Players Bluegrass Downs or bet on the horses at Kentucky Downs Horse Track. Try your luck at Harrah’s Metropolis Casino or check out unique shopping at Kentucky Oaks Mall.

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Accommodation

For the most comfortable amenities, and down-home friendliness, come to Hotel 7 Inn of Paducah.

We also offer our customers a special offer called the Hotel 7 Program. If you stay at Hotel 7 Inn of Vienna for 9 nights, you get to stay the 10th night free of charge. All the reservations for the 9 nights need to be made under one name. You will have to present your Free Night Card, with all the 9 nights initialed or signed by our staff. Each of the 9 nights should be paid in full.

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Local Food

Small town” really does mean small. Though there’s not the abundance of restaurants and cafes that you would find in a city such as D.C. or NYC, the unique stops offer something special. For me, the great thing about a small town being able to rely on a quality meal that you know you’ve enjoyed in the past and will enjoy again. Your “thing” becomes a place you’ll stop at time and time again.

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Attractions

Fort Massac (or Fort Massiac) was a French colonial and early National-era fort on the Ohio River in Massac County, Illinois, United States. Its site was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971. The Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto and his soldiers may have built a fort nearby as early as 1540. Maps from the early 18th century show an “Ancien Fort” (“Old Fort”) near this location. Fort Massac was built by the French in 1757, during the French and Indian War and was originally called “Fort de L’Ascension.” The name was changed in 1759, to honor of Claud Louis d’Espinchal, Marquis de Massiac, the French Naval Minister. Massiac is in the Cantal department, in France. The French left the fort at the conclusion of the war, and it was destroyed by the Chickasaw sometime after 1763. In 1778, during the American Revolutionary War, Colonel George Rogers Clark led his regiment of “Long Knives” into Illinois near the site of the fort at Massac Creek. The fort was rebuilt in 1794, during the Northwest Indian War.

Our Accommodations

When you stay at Hotel 7 Inn of Paducah, your day begins with a 7 star continental breakfast. You can check your emails and even find information about local events using our free Wi-Fi service. We provide free parking for your car, truck, bus or RV so that exploring the area becomes easier. At the end of the day, when you return to the hotel, we have a heated indoor pool to help you unwind and relax. To really melt your troubles away, try booking our whirlpool suite. Children under the age of can 17 stay free, as long as they are accompanied by an adult.

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Spacious King Size Room

King Size Bed & Private Bathroom
Walk into your King Room and you’re immediately greeted with a dynamic palette of red and azure yellow that enlivens the senses and stirs the soul. Throughout your private bedroom retreat and the entertainment, the furniture is modern, the artwork is gallery-caliber, and the entire space strikes just the right balance between relaxation and entertainment.

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Double Beds Room Non Smoking

2 Double Beds & Private Bathroom
Walk into your 2 Double Bed Room and you’re immediately greeted with a dynamic palette of red and yellow that enlivens the senses and stirs the soul. Throughout your room retreat and the entertainment, the furniture is modern, the artwork is gallery-caliber, and the entire space strikes just the right balance between relaxation and entertainment.

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15% off for Military Members

Active and retired military members, veterans, and their  families can enjoy 15% off our Best Available Rate at participating Hotel 7 properties

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Book Ahead & Save 15% or More

Get 15% or more off our Best Available Rate when you book and pay for your stat at least seven days in advance at our participating hotels.

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Auto Club Discounts

As an auto club member, you can enjoy 10% or more off our Best Available Rate at participating hotels.

Paducah, Kentucky

At the heart of America’s inland waterways, you’ll find a sophisticated rivertown that inspires. Paducah, Kentucky is a confluence of cultural heritage and creativity where art goes beyond something to appreciate – it’s a way of life. A designated UNESCO Creative City, Paducah is gaining acclaim as a destination for those who crave rich, authentic cultural experiences.

There are plenty of exciting and interesting things to try in and around Paducah. At Hotel 7 Inn, we bring you 7 star service and easy access to local tourist hotspots and restaurants. The best part is that we bring all of this to you at an affordable price.

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Local Attractions

Immerse yourself in the rich American heritage and distinctively creative culture of our UNESCO Creative City! You can create a getaway to remember with just 48 Hours in Paducah or make Paducah home base for a regional road trip.

Whether you are visiting this weekend or planning to attend one of our annual festivals or events, preview interactive maps, partner directories and inspiration guides below to customize the Paducah experience to your travel style.

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The Interiors

For the most comfortable amenities, and down-home friendliness, come to Hotel 7 Inn of Paducah.

When you stay at Hotel 7 Inn of Paducah, your day begins with a 7 star continental breakfast. You can check your emails and even find information about local events using our free Wi-Fi service. We provide free parking for your car, truck, bus or RV so that exploring the area becomes easier.  Children under the age of can 17 stay free, as long as they are accompanied by an adult.

More Reasons to Stay With Us

At Hotel 7 Inn, Paducah, you don’t just get a convenient location; you also get 7 Star Services at the lowest rates you’ll ever find. At our family-run business, we make you feel right at home. From our free continental breakfasts and Wi-Fi facility to our high quality services and friendly staff, we offer you the very best.

All of our hotels are located in small towns, where we give you a down-home atmosphere and an experience you’ll never forget. Forget the frills; we’ll give you the small perks that will make you want to spend another night. At Hotel 7 Inn, Paducah, you’ll find a moment of peace at a great price, just for you.

Best Things to Do & See

Vienna has a little of something for everyone. This is because of its location in Southern Illinois, which offers some great experiences for individuals and families who want to have a peaceful vacation, and take a break from the mundane and monotonous life. No matter what your age, there’s always something to do or discover! Here are some of the great things you can do in Vienna after a restful night at Hotel 7 Inn:

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Fort Massac State Park

Fort Massac (or Fort Massiac) was a French colonial and early National-era fort on the Ohio River in Massac County, Illinois, United States. Its site was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971. The Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto and his soldiers may have built a fort nearby as early as 1540. Maps from the early 18th century show an “Ancien Fort” (“Old Fort”) near this location. Fort Massac was built by the French in 1757, during the French and Indian War and was originally called “Fort de L’Ascension.” The name was changed in 1759, to honor of Claud Louis d’Espinchal, Marquis de Massiac, the French Naval Minister. Massiac is in the Cantal department, in France. The French left the fort at the conclusion of the war, and it was destroyed by the Chickasaw sometime after 1763. In 1778, during the American Revolutionary War, Colonel George Rogers Clark led his regiment of “Long Knives” into Illinois near the site of the fort at Massac Creek. The fort was rebuilt in 1794, during the Northwest Indian War.

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Lloyd Tilghman House & Civil War Museum

The Lloyd Tilghman House is an historic home located in downtown Paducah, Kentucky. It is also known as the Tilghman-Woolfolk House and the Lloyd Tilghman House and Civil War Museum. The Greek Revival house was built in 1852 by Robert Woolfolk on the behalf of Lloyd Tilghman, who had just moved with his family to Paducah that year. Tilghman was a West Point graduate, having finished 46th out of 49 in his class, but spent less than a year as a Second Lieutenant. He moved to Paducah, then a community of 3,000 people, due to being assigned there by his employer, the New Orleans and Ohio Railroad, as a railroad civil engineer for the first railroad to connect Paducah to major cities to the south. Tilghman did not purchase the house; Woolfolk remained the owner of the property. Tilghman and his wife, seven children, and five slaves called the residence home until 1861, although Tilghman spent much of his time working on a railroad in the Isthmus of Panama. At the time of his departure from the home, he was one of two colonels of the Kentucky State Guard whose stated purpose was to defend the state’s neutrality. He officially left Paducah in June 1861, delaying his departure to prevent more pro-Union officers from leading the state militia in Paducah.

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The National Quilt Museum

The National Quilt Museum, located in Paducah, Kentucky, is an art museum that exhibits fiber art and quilting from around the world. The museum is recognized by USA Today as one of the world’s top quilt displays. The National Quilt Museum was established by Bill and Meredith Schroeder of Paducah and opened to the public on April 25, 1991. It is the world’s foremost museum devoted to quilts and the only museum dedicated to today’s quilts and quiltmakers. The main gallery is devoted to a rotating selection from the museum’s collection of over 600 quilts. Its two other galleries exhibit rotating fiber art exhibits throughout the year. Founding Executive Director was Victoria Faoro. In addition to its commitment to exhibit world class fiber art, the museum also offers educational opportunities for adults and kids at all skill levels. In 1993 the museum hosted the first African American Quilters Forum and in 1995 the museum developed “Gatherings,” an exhibit and conference celebrating quilt documentation projects completed across the country. The museum was honored in May 2008 when the U.S. Congress designated it The National Quilt Museum of the United States. May Louise Zumwalt, former Executive Director of the Museum, said “Though it does not mean we will receive national funding, it does recognize that we are a quilt museum with national significance.” This designation brings additional attention and helps increase the number of visitors. The museum currently averages 40,000 visitors per year.

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William Clark Market House Museum

The William Clark Market House Museum is open to the public, both locals and visitors alike. Large groups can explore the museum. Guests visiting the William Clark Market House Museum have a opportunity to take a look at the past days of Paducah. Articles and objects from throughout the history of Paducah are on display within the historic Market House from the year 1905. Such items include a life-like statue of the famous Henry Clay, as well as the ornate and intricate gingerbread woodwork interior of the 1877 Paducah List Drug Store that is well over a century old.

Connect With Us

If you have any questions or queries, please ask any of our staff members; they are always more than willing to help. We look forward to making your stay at Hotel 7 Inn of Paducah a pleasurable one.

Contact Us

Address

5001 Hinkelville Road, Paducah, KY  42001, United States
Phone: (270) 442-3334
Email: paducah@hotel7inn.com

Thanks for staying at Hotel 7 Inn of Paducah. We hope that you had a pleasurable and comfortable stay. If you have any suggestions or feedback for the hotel management, feel free to approach the front desk. You can also email your feedback to paducah@hotel7inn.com. We would love to hear what you have to say!

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