City centre within easy reach, said 100%."
rooms were clean."
building was wonderful."
staff to be very friendly."
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Welcome to the Hampton Inn Lexington-Historic District hotel in Historic Lexington, Virginia. This unique hotel brings to life 170 years of history. It is located on a seven acre park-like setting within walking distance of the Lexington Historic District and local attractions. As you enter the city of Lexington, Virginia this is your first site of the majestic manor house Col. Alto, built in 1827, just 2.5 miles from Interstate 81 at exit 188B. This Hampton Inn Lexington hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Virginia. The Col. Alto Mansion is the starting point for your unique Virginia hospitality experience. Wind up the driveway, around the formal boxwood gardens, and view our courtyard setting with magnificent columns and 76-room Hampton Inn hotel, designed to replicate the architecture of this Virginia Historic mansion. Follow the walkway to the registration area, walk up granite steps at the Hampton Inn Lexington hotel and step through the original door to the Col. Alto Mansion. Notice the attention to detail in the restoration process of the original door, woodwork and floors. Be welcomed to the Hampton Inn Lexington hotel by our concierge and guest services team and learn the story of the ''Privileged Fifteen'', owners of the mansion from 1827 - 1997. Our Hampton Inn hotel team at the historic Lexington, Virginia Hampton Inn hotel can provide a tour of the ten guestrooms in the mansion, each with its own personality and distinctive period style furniture. The Hampton Inn Lexington-Historic District hotel also offers 76 Hampton Inn-type rooms, with balconies, wet bars, extended rooms and special rooms overlooking the courtyard or pool. Select the Hampton Inn hotel room that fits your specific needs. Join us for your complimentary continental breakfast served in the mansion dining room or enjoy your morning hours on the palladium-style porch overlooking our grounds. Visit the Hampton Inn Lexington hotel and walk through the halls that Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, George C. Marshall and other Lexington notables frequented in this historic Virginia mansion. The Hampton Inn Lexington-Historic District hotel in Virginia is not just a hotel, it is a historic experience! Enjoy one of the gas operated fireplaces at the Hampton Inn and rub elbows with the historic notables that have shared this space in years gone by. We love having you here at the Hampton Inn Lexington-Historic District hotel in Virginia.