Very good breakfast - A+ - The room for breakfast is not big enough - B -
Your towels are like burlap but your washcloths were fine.
I would definitely come back to this hotel. The hot tub was great after traveling. It was clean and the bed comfortable.
New and well maintained. Close to interstate. Would visit again
Pleasant stay convenient to the airport would stay again.
Staff was so friendly and nice. Tiffany who checked us in couldn’t do enough for us. The manager was great also. The breakfast was nice. The rooms were clean and there is a microwave and mini fridge with a small freezer in it. The shower head could be set to regular or 3 other settings for water ...
excellent staff and furniture. Bathroom at pool needs little more up to date. Waterfall is the major attraction and the unloading and loading could be little more friendly. Think that people left cars parked to long causing overcrowding. Happy hour clients!!!!!!!
Perfect location, only complaint only decaf coffee in the room.
Staff was very friendly. Liked the pool and breakfast.
Whether you are into horses, history, Southern hospitality, or are just craving a vacation with a difference, Lexington is your perfect destination. It is known as the ‘horse capital of the world’ and famed for its celebrity breeds.
But it is not just horses that are famous residents of the Kentucky city. More than that, it has been home to many notable characters throughout the past, giving it an intriguing historical layer. Other characteristic features of Lexington are its distinct Southern culture, gorgeous landscapes, and a vibrant art scene. The city is the kind of place that keeps on giving. So, it is no wonder that tourists visit time and time again.
Lexington is so culturally diverse that there are countless different regions to stay within the city. If you are visiting Lexington for the horses, consider staying at one of the Kentucky Horse Park Hotels that are in North Lexington. With 50 breeds of horses taking part in shows and demos, and equestrian-themed museums and art galleries, it is the perfect place for any animal lovers to set up temporary base.
Many visitors to Lexington are fascinated with the area’s history and stay in a Central Lexington hotel near Mary Todd Lincoln House and other attractions, to position themselves within the cultural center of the city. For fans of performing arts, consider a North Upper Street hotel near Lexington Opera House. The opera house was built in 1886, replacing the former theater. It is one of the oldest of its kind in the USA, making visiting it a must-do on any culture-lovers bucket list.
Many travelers to Lexington find themselves staying in one of the Pavilion hotels>. Located in the downtown Lexington area, you can expect a bustling yet relaxed atmosphere, with lots of options for entertainment. The area is home to churches, restaurants, galleries, and shops, making it a fantastic base for your stay in Lexington.
There are 32 three star hotels in Lexington starting from
Also within Lexington are three 4 star hotels. Since each of them has a different scene, one of these will definitely suit your tastes. Choose from a resort and spa, an artsy residence, or even a historic castle. In case you are seeking something a bit different, why not check out one of Lexington’s two boutique hotels and the unique and laid back atmosphere that this type of accommodation brings?
If you are in Lexington on business, you are in luck with the 94 business hotels, many of which are efficient chains. These are perfect for conferences and getting necessary work done fully focused. Should you visit with your furry friend, you both will love the 66 pet-friendly hotels located in and around Lexington.
Servicing local airports in the South East and a few bigger, further afield airports, such as Newark and Chicago, Blue Grass Airport is located just four miles from Lexington. Despite its proximity to the city, there is still a range of surrounding airport hotels to have your pick. Starting from