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Lexington, KY

Rolling hills and hundreds of horse farms greet you in Lexington, Kentucky. Known for its thoroughbreds, Lexington is recognized as the Horse Capital of the World. Located just 3 miles from downtown Lexington, the Home2 Suites by Hilton Lexington University/Medical Center is perfectly situated for your next adventure. Make the trip from the Blue Grass Airport (LEX) in 15 minutes. Arrive at the University of Kentucky in 5 minutes by car. Cheer on the Kentucky Wildcats at Kroger Field, Rupp Arena or Memorial Coliseum. Visiting the UK Albert B. Chandler Hospital? It’s only 9 miles from the hotel.


Lexington, KY




126 East Lowry Lane,
Lexington, KY 40503

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A Recipe for Adventure

Outside your door, Lexington beckons with adventure. A free hot breakfast is yours as you set off for the day. Or cook right in your kitchen — it has a stovetop, full-sized refrigerator (and freezer) and microwave. Parking is free, along with the speedy Wi-Fi. On cool evenings, gather around the outdoor fire pit or watch a movie on your 42-inch flat-screen. Need to work up a sweat? The indoor pool and 24-hour fitness center are standing by. The business center lets you focus and stay on task. Our 103 guestrooms are pet-friendly, so let your furry pal tag along!

A Day at the Races

Lexington’s water flows through limestone reserves, which is said to produce thoroughbred horses and exceptional bourbon. Horse racing reigns in the Bluegrass State. Explore the lush grounds of Keeneland for an auction or race. For more horse lore, head to the Kentucky Horse Park, home of the Hall of Champions, the International Museum of the Horse and the American Saddlebred Museum. There are 41 distilleries on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, and 14 are within driving distance. Don’t have time for a boat tour or road trip? Head to the Lexington Distillery District, just minutes from downtown. (It’s also a great place to catch a concert.) Spend a Saturday morning nibbling on samples and listening to live music at the Lexington Farmers Market. Main Street brings you to the Mary Todd Lincoln House, where the First Lady resided until 1839.