Hyatt Place Lexington
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHyatt Place Lexington
We stayed at the Hyatt for two nights after doing the Bourbon Trail. I chose this hotel because there was a special on either Living Social or Groupon. When I looked into it I found that our AAA discount was actually less and that the Hyatt had the best deal in the location we wanted to stay because they had complimentary parking right across the street, and for us parking was key. The Hyatt is connected to Rupp arena and we had tickets for Friday night. If we had stayed at another hotel where we had to drive to the game, then we would have paid for parking, but because we were staying at the hotel we had guaranteed parking, and it was still complimentary which was great! The parking is outside but nothing happened to our car.
Because the game was that night the hotel was packed! The only downside to our stay was that the room next to ours was very, very loud and kept us up all night. I had to call down to the front desk for them to send someone up to ask the room next door to be quiet. To our surprise when we checked out we were given coupons for breakfast at the hotel.
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