We stay at this hotel every year while on the Bourbon Trail. This year, some things seemed to be lacking. When we checked in the key card machine wasn’t working. Easy fix, willing to forgive that until all the other issues happened. For the first time ever, we were put on the bottom floor, which ...
We were in Lexington to adopt a dog. The adoption agency agreed to meet us at the Hyatt. All staff were wonderful to deal with and very accommodating! The hotel location is convenient to restaurants, shopping and the interstate. The hotel even agreed to sell us a blanket the new dog became attached ...
From the minute we walked in until we left the experience was outstanding. When we checked in it was too early for our room, but the young lady at the front desk suggested something to do.Her and everyone on staff was great!
We are used to stay in five start locations, We just came to stay 5 days at the Biltmore States in Ashville, NC. I stay 5 days with my two son (9 and 5 years old) at the Lexington Castle, They treat us like a Family, the owners welcome us like if we we were there Family. They call personally to the ...
This hotel met all of our expectations. Wonderful nights rest, hotel well maintained, breakfast was exceptional. Made to order omelet with a chef that was amazing how he was able to cook so many at one time. The staff cleared our dishes as soon as we finished something. This breakfast and service ...
Famously referred to as the "Horse Capital of the World," Lexington is a historic Kentucky town. The horseracing and breeding culture has always been a mainstay of Lexington, and there is a plethora of stables located within the Bluegrass Country. Many travelers come for the famous horse races at the Keeneland Track on Versailles Road and the Red Mile Harness Track. Options for Lexington hotels include bed and breakfast inns and hotels to suit any budget.
Guests at hotels Lexington can attend a variety of events at the Lexington Convention Center located within the middle of the city. The Lexington Convention Center hosts large trade shows, conventions, and business meetings.
Visitors to hotels in Lexington are encouraged to try the city's unique signature dishes like the Hot Brown Sandwich at the Brown Hotel and the local Burgoo stew. Make reservations at Columbia's Steak House on North Limestone for a great steak dinner.
The state's oldest bluegrass music festival takes place each June, featuring three stages of music with concession vendors and a children's music camp. The popular Mayfest Arts Fair features arts and crafts booths, free carriage rides, and a Maypole dance.
Victorian Square Shoppes in downtown Lexington is an entertainment district with plenty of shops, restaurants, and bars. Shop for unique gifts at the Only in Kentucky store on West Main Street.
See the University of Kentucky Wildcats basketball team at Rupp Arena, or catch a football game at the Commonwealth Stadium. The University of Kentucky is a founding member of the Southern Conference.
I have always had great experiences at Hampton Inns and this was no exception. Staff was friendly and attentive. The room was spacious and inviting. The location was perfect after hitting the Bourbon Trail with a lot of restaurants near the hotel. I love that Hampton Inns usually have a gathering room in the lobby. This is a wonderful way to meet fellow travelers from all over the country. We watched the tail end of the Ohio State vs Penn State football game with Auburn fans. It was always be a lasting memory!
Front desk gal at nt. Joy very pleasant. Bed Covers had cig burns on them. Breakfast very bland in choices.
PLEASANT STAFF AND EASY TO GET AROUND TOWN BY FOOT FROM HOTEL. EVERTHING CLEAN EVERYDAY AND ORGANIZED
This is a nice, comfortable hotel. You can tell it’s heyday was a number of years ago, and there were a few minor issues (broken drunk machine, broken ice machine), but overall it was comfortable and convenient.