The Meadows Hotel has been part of the Fulton, KY landscape since 1901. Built by Mr. W.W. Meadows, it was a fine 100 room hotel to serve the guests of the Illinois Central Railroad, riding on 32 passenger trains a day. In 1933 a massive fire destroyed two-thirds of the building, leaving only what you see today. In February 2016, Mr. Jeff Campbell, a lifelong resident, acquired the property and oversaw a complete reconstruction project, to bring the Meadows back to life. Today the Meadows is a historic boutique hotel with 20 luxurious rooms, and a full-service bar and restaurant. Our dedicated staff works daily to ensure our standards of luxury are high, to ensure each guest will enjoy and appreciate their stay.
For years the Twin Cities has badly needed a quality, full service hotel. I think I can speak for our entire community when I say we are so thrilled to see the Meadows Hotel open. This is a unique property within a 100-mile radius of Fulton. This historic boutique hotel contains 20 rooms, which are individually unique and different. The bar and restaurant located in the hotel is an upscale bar and dining experience. I have worked with Jeff Campbell for years now, and can tell you one thing you can count on – this is a special place like no other.
My vision for the Meadows Hotel is simple. We want our guests to relax in history with modern luxury. We want to provide a unique experience of a historic boutique hotel, with 20 rooms individually appointed. Service excellence is our passion. Whether you’re in our rooms, dining in our restaurant, or enjoying our upscale bar, we want you to feel our southern hospitality. Bust most of all, we want you to come back to the Meadows Hotel in Fulton again and again.