Some hotels claim to have history. The Seelbach oozes it. Although currently owned by Hilton, this landmark hotel opened in 1905, and apart from hosting some of the best Kentucky Derby parties around, has also played host to Al Capone blackjack games and F. Scott Fitzgerald, who was kicked out of the hotel's bar for drunkenness. The guest rooms have obviously been updated since then with modern appointments, but the hotel's old-world charm remains, as does the Bavarian-style Rathskeller, which was added on in 1907 and is decorated with Rookwood pottery that is now the only example of its kind. Oh, and don't forget about The Oakroom, the on-site restaurant that happens to be the only 5-diamond eatery in the state.