Jenny Bukovec draws on “soulful” local heritage for Kentucky hotel

American designer Jenny Bukovec has looked to Kentucky‘s heritage for the interiors of a hotel in Lexington, a city famed for bourbon production and horse racing.

Described by the hotel team as “the first high-end hotel in the horse and bourbon capital of the world,” The Manchester sits on the site of the historic Ashland Distillery – the city’s first registered bourbon producer, which was established in 1865.

The lobby bar at The Manchester hotel features vaulted ceilings and eclectic lounge furniture

Its location in the heart of Manchester Street’s historic Distillery District places guests within close proximity to a host of bourbon distilleries, breweries, bars, restaurants and event spaces.

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