Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Lexington Northeast
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we're HIE regulars and generally love the place. this one was just ..... ok. had a bit of a 'grungy' vibe to it -- not overtly disgusting or anything, just not up to the usual HIE standards (eg, noticeable stains on the hallway carpeting).
one 'plus' i'll mention, though, was a wall-mounted make-up mirror that i thought VERY handy!
i would stay again, but wouldn't be my first choice.
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