Sections 116 to 117 are some of the most prestigious seating options at Churchill Downs on Kentucky Derby and Oaks days! These seats are right on the finish line with a great view of the tote board, and gives you fast access to the Paddock area! These are the seats you need if you want to feel the rush of excitement as the horses blow through the finish line! Choosing this seating option means the ticket holder will be Covered and it’s a perfect choice for patrons who want to avoid inclement weather.
Seats in sections 116 to 117 are known as “Box Seating”, as each box is set up to accommodate six ticket holders. This section is located on the first floor and the seats are folding style with backs. The ticket holder gains access to all the amenities of the 1st floor clubhouse, such as the paddock area to view the horses prior to each race, and easy access to betting windows, concessions, and restrooms. Sections 116-117 offer a fantastic look at the horses as they cross the finish line! These are some of the most sought after first floor tickets available! Box seats offer a fantastic social atmosphere, and can be a great spot to take pictures from. The variation in pricing between the sections is in relation of their proximity to the finish line.
This ticket is UNDERCOVER!
Price is PER PERSON – DOUBLE OCCUPANCY ONLY!
Located on the “South Side of Louisville”, this well-liked property offers tremendous convenience and warm accommodations. Churchill Downs is 22 miles down the expressway and downtown is less than that, so it’s a quick trip to the nightlife at Fourth Street Live! or hipster food in NULU.
Fresh, cozy and modern rooms include microwaves, refrigerators, coffee makers, as well as a business desk area, flat-screen TVs with cable and also free WiFi. In addition, the hotel has a year-round, heated indoor pool and well- equipped fitness center. Guests may also use the Business Center and on-site laundry facilities.
Each morning a complimentary hot breakfast is served in the hotel Breakfast Room as well as free newspapers and coffee in the lobby.