A Former Pickle Factory Is Now A Boutique Hotel In Kentucky With Luxurious Themed Rooms

The Pickle Factory Boutique Hotel just opened in Kentucky, and it’s kind of a big dill. This boutique hotel in Kentucky occupies the former Wenzel Building in Covington. Over the last 150 years, the building was home to a soft drink factory, steam dye company, the African-American Odd Fellows fraternal organization, and (you guessed it) a pickle factory. This historic property sat abandoned until the Covington Economic Development Authority recommended it for renovation. Now, this pickle-factory-turned-Airbnb is open and ready for guests, offering guests one-of-a-kind accommodations they’re sure to relish.

The Pickle Factory Boutique Hotel is now open, and you can visit Neat Suites to learn more and book a room!

Looking for more wow-worthy accommodations in the Bluegrass State? Be sure to bookmark our Ultimate Guide To Accommodations In Kentucky: The Best Hotels, Airbnbs, Campgrounds, Cabins, And More!

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Address: Pickle Factory Boutique Hotel, 13 Tobacco Alley, Covington, KY 41011, USA