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DuPont Mansion
1317 South Fourth Street
Louisville, KY 40208
USA
Phone: +1--5026380045

Genny Nuce

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Alfred I. DuPont Suite 

The luxurious suite offers a king size bed and lavish period furnishings, a beautiful fireplace, phone, cable TV/VCR, and ornate full room-size bath with fireplace, crystal chandelier and enormous whirlpool tub for two. Mr. DuPont would have enjoyed his view of Fourth Street and Central Park from his expansive front windows.Andrew Carnegie Suite

This beautiful suite offers a king size bed, period furnishings, lavish bath with double whirlpool tub (made for two) and separate shower, fireplace with carved wood mantel, cable TV/VCR and phone. Mr. Carnegie would have had a wonderful view of the mansion and grounds from this magnificent third floor penthouse.
Thomas Edison Room 

This room offers a queen bed, period furnishings, breathtaking views from the four large windows, a lavish bath with whirlpool tub and separate shower, cable TV/VCR, phone, and an ornate fireplace. Mr. Edison would have enjoyed this light airy "room with a view".Charles Dickens Room

Offering a queen size bed, desk and period furnishings, bay windows that face the formal gardens, fireplace, phone, cable TV/VCR. Mr. Dickens would have enjoyed this first floor room conveniently located adjacent to the DuPont Mansion Library.
Grover Cleveland Room

Named for the Chief Executive during the DuPont Era, this room features a Chief size (king bed), two fireplaces, antique furnishings, cable TV/VCR, phone, plus a huge bath with whirlpool tub and shower.J.P. Morgan Room

J.P. Morgan, a partner of Mr. Dupont in his railroad ventures, would have truly loved his luxurious room with bay windows that overlook the extensive gardens. The room also offers a working fireplace, phone, cable TV/VCR.
Louisa May Alcott Room

Named for a well-known author from the Victorian Era, this charming room features a queen bed, fireplace, period furnishings, cable TV/VCR, phone, plus a huge bath with whirlpool tub and separate shower.Hattie Bishop Speed Room

This room, with its warm rich tones, offers a queen bed with a beautiful embroidered coverlet, luxurious bath with fireplace, period furnishings, cable TV/VCR, telephone, and views of Historic Louisville's Fourth Street. Mrs. Speed, known for her love of Louisville, would be right at home in her cozy and comfortable room.