Finding somewhere to stay right inside the main strip of Lexington may turn out to be rather difficult. But, if you want to broaden your search a bit further out of town there are an excellent range of hotels and other accommodation options to select from. Enjoy the scenery on your ride into Lexington, departing from one of the 22 places to stay that are situated within a 19-mile (30-kilometer) distance.
The Whispering Pines Bed & Breakfast, Oklahoma, which is the nearest Travelocity-listed accommodation, sits 12 miles (19 kilometers) from central Lexington. A secondary handy hotel is the Embassy Suites Norman - Hotel & Conference Center, which is located in Oklahoma, about 20 miles (32 kilometers) from central Lexington.
Check out the The Manor Bed and Breakfast as well as the Hilton Garden Inn Norman. The The Manor Bed and Breakfast is located 17 miles (28 kilometers) from the center of Lexington. The Hilton Garden Inn Norman, is positioned 19 miles (31 kilometers) away. Two more options around Lexington are the Courtyard by Marriott Norman and the Marriott Conference Center at NCED.
Once you've seen Lexington, you should leave time to explore the other attractions in the Central Oklahoma area. Central Oklahoma proudly boasts prairies. Interesting visitor sites include history museums. In this region of United States of America adventurous travelers can try their hand at horse riding, quad biking and cycling.
35 miles (55 kilometers) to the northwest of Lexington, you'll reach Oklahoma City, which is where you can visit Myriad Botanical Gardens and Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum. The Homewood Suites by Hilton Oklahoma City - Bricktown, OK and Residence Inn by Marriott Oklahoma City Downtown/Bricktown are just some examples of the Travelocity-recommended short and long-stay alternatives in Oklahoma City. Or stay in Shawnee, 30 miles (46 kilometers) northeast of Lexington, where you can choose from the Hampton Inn Shawnee and Holiday Inn Express & Suites Shawnee. While in Shawnee, make your way to the Shawnee Little Theatre and Mabee-Gerrer Museum.