Travel Information

Air Travel

Louisville International Airport (SDF) is the only airport in Kentucky that offers passenger service by the four largest airlines in the country — American, Delta, Southwest, and United.

The airport has nonstop service to more than 25 destinations and convenient connections to cities worldwide. Click here for a complete list of airlines that serve the airport.

Ground Transportation

Louisville International Airport is approximately 9 miles from the Hyatt Regency Louisville. The hotel does not provide shuttle service to and from the airport. Rideshare services, including Uber and Lyft are approved for operations at SDF. These services are required to meet customers at The Lyft and Uber pick-up curb located on the lower level, east side of the terminal on the inner curb. Taxi Fare to downtown Louisville a one-way fare should cost between $20–$30.

The city’s public bus system, called the Transit Authority of River City (TARC), provides service between the airport and downtown (Route 2: Second Street). Real-time TARC schedules are available online and at the airport Information Booth. You must have correct change to ride TARC. TARC airport pick-up is located on the island on the east end of the terminal.

For getting around town and seeing the sights, Louisville has a complimentary downtown circulator called the LouLift. Click here for information on the hours and routes. One can also utilize taxis, Lyft, Uber, or scooters in the downtown area. 


Hyatt Regency Louisville offers indoor parking at the Commonwealth Garage, located onsite in the center of downtown, accessible from Jefferson Street between 3rd and 4th Street. As of October 2019, the overnight rate for self-parking is $20 (includes in/out privileges), and $29 for valet (hotel guests). The daily parking rate for attendees not staying in the hotel is $20.


Click here for a Google map of conference venues and places of interest.

Click here for a map of the downtown area.

Restaurant Locator

Bon Appetit Magazine has called Louisville “One of the best foodie small towns in America.” Zagat says, “Louisville is one of the seven up-and-coming foodie towns in America.” According to Southern Living, Louisville is, “One of the top 10 tastiest towns.” And Food & Wine Magazine calls Louisville’s East Market Street “One of the 10 Best Foodie Streets in America.”

“Louisville did not invent New Southern Cuisine. We’ve tweaked it. Fried it. Poached it. And, most importantly, added Bourbon.” –

Click here for a searchable directory of Louisville restaurants.

Show Us Your Badge Program

Get discounts and special offers throughout the city just by showing your conference name badge. Take advantage of special offers and discounts from the city’s most popular sites including retail shops, restaurants and attractions. Just present your name badge at these locations to receive useful discounts and offers.

Louisville Links

Louisville Tourism: Official Tourism Site for Louisville

Louisville Visitor’s Guide