First Home2 Suites opens in Lexington, Ky.

Home2 Suites by Hilton opened its 53rd hotel with the Home2 Suites by Hilton Lexington University/Medical Center. The hotel is the brand's first property in Kentucky, and it will bring 103 new rooms to the Lexington market.

Owned and developed by Cohen Realty and Vista Host, Home2 Suites Lexington University/Medical Center is managed by Vista Host.

Located at 126 East Lowry Lane, the hotel offers guests  access to downtown Lexington, area hospitals and the University of Kentucky, all of which are within three miles. Guests can explore Kentucky’s second largest city and all that it has to offer from horse racing and distillery tours, to shops, restaurants, and family-friendly attractions. 

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Home2 Suites Lexington University/Medical Center offers  access to technology and inviting community spaces, as well as the trademark Home2 Suites amenities, such as the Oasis lobby, the Home2 MKT for grab-and-go items, the Spin2 Cycle, a combined laundry and fitness area, and complimentary continental breakfast at the Inspired Table that includes a variety of morning favorites like a variety of cereals, hot artisan breakfast sandwiches, Texas-shaped waffles, yogurt and more. The hotel has an indoor saline pool and outdoor patio for guests' use. During the development, the site preserved a 150-year-old Burr Oak Tree, which has now become a beloved part of the hotel grounds. All Home2 Suites properties are also pet-friendly.

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