Located in Bowling Green, Home-Towne Suites Bowling Green is close to Club at Olde Stone and Sloan Convention Center. This hotel is within the vicinity of CrossWinds Golf Course and Lost River Cave.
Make yourself at home in one of the 105 guestrooms, featuring kitchens with full-sized refrigerators/freezers and stovetops. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Conveniences include phones, as well as microwaves and coffee/tea makers.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and complimentary use of a nearby fitness facility.
While enjoying a refreshing dip in the hotel pool, you can order your favorite drink at the poolside bar.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
Bowling Green Overstock houses a myriad of high-quality, name-brand furnishings ready to fill houses' walls at near-wholesale prices. Create a home office with the elegant Expression desk ($398), or use the Aaron dining set, which includes four padded barstools, to transform a shed into the family's favorite high-stakes gambling den ($225). Communal areas can stylishly support multiple sitters or nappers with the Allendale-Mist leather sofa set ($225–$1,398). Pick and choose items from the sophisticated Alberto bedroom set, such as a nightstand ($98) or mirror ($48). Slumberous slates such as Ashley Sleep's Augusta memory-foam mattress, stacked with a meaty 8 inches of body-caressing foam ($298–$848), are ideal for replacing mattresses worn down from years of tossing and turning or months of breaking the falls of amateur firefighters stuck in trees.
BlueCotton emblazons customized images on stylish apparel with screen-printing, digital printing, and embroidery using a web-based design studio lauded by Gizmodo for its sophistication. Start up the online clothing concoctor and devise a one-of-a-kind creation by using pre-planned design ideas, uploading your own art, or starting from scratch. Torso toggers can declare their love for William Howard Taft with a custom-printed T-shirt ($27.95–$41.95 for one cotton T-shirt with two colors on the front and back) or swaddle extremities in warmth with a customized hoodie ($40.95–$51.95 for one with two colors on the front and back). Individually embroidered hats ($39.70–$44.67 for one) pair perfectly with the accented arms of an Augusta baseball jersey ($35.95–$38.95 for one with two colors on the front and back) to outfit an entire athletic league or proclaim inner passion for a team of one, and tote bags cart carryables with a stylish customized message ($28.95–$41.95 for two colors on the front and back). Pricing decreases per item for bulk orders; a 2000 Gildan Ultra Cotton Tee with two colors on the front and back starts at $27.95, or 10 for $14.85 each, 35 for $11.20 each, or 75 for $8.61 each. Since printing is performed on the premises, BlueCotton prides themselves on customer service and individual requests and creative customizations are easily achieved, and with a few special instructions, images can be adjusted, colors can be matched, and jersey numbers can be divided by zero.
The gentle clatter of past tea parties seems to drift from colorful china cups and saucers on tables worn smooth by years of loving care. At LuLu's Fine Home Furnishings & Consignments, Liz Bradley curates 6,000 square feet of vintage furniture and accessories like these. Her inspiration comes from her great-grandmother LuLu Devaney, who helped her to forge her own aesthetic outlook. The parade of lore-steeped vintage items that passes through the shop has included painted oriental screens, Victorian-era chaise lounges, and classic paintings. In addition to connecting her clients with their dream pieces of furniture and décor, Bradley offers her services as a design consultant to help to add a measure of quirk and easy grace to dining rooms or find a sofa heavy enough to put on a magic carpet that has been grounded. Patrons complement retail excursions with a trip to the popular in-store photo booth which is outfitted with its own collection of pose-worthy props.
A family-centric salon, Spa Fabulous specializes in the beautification of mothers and daughters by offering adult and child spa treatments. Clients can partake of hair, nail, and facial treatments, or opt for a spa party, which lets partiers prance down a glitter runway showing off new coifs and nails. The salon also offers a lineup of craft activities as well as ear piercings, feather extensions, and Shellac nail polishings.
When Joseph Pilates first developed his fitness system, he worked with bedridden patients, removing their beds’ bedsprings and attaching those springs to the walls. In order to build their core strength, he encouraged them to push against the coils. At Align Pilates, owner Loralee Stephens carries on Pilates’s tradition with her own array of nontraditional fitness equipment. Her studio’s Pilates reformers, the modern incarnation of Pilates’s bedsprings, provide resistance for full-body toning exercises. Straps hang from the studio’s ceiling, which students use for airborne pushups, sit-ups, and stretches in TRX suspension classes, rather than just for elaborately hanging up their coats. Even during more stripped-down sessions with only a mat for equipment, Stephens and her team fulfill Pilates’s mission of strengthening cores and building long, lean muscle.