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Hotels in Lexington start at $48 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Those researching an adventure in Lexington should think about securing a place to rest and relax well in advance of their departure date, as there isn't a large number of accommodation options near where the locals can be found in Lexington.
There are not many hotels situated within an easy walking distance of central Lexington. The Lexington Inn is an ideal choice because it is merely 2 miles (3 kilometers) away.
The Sunset Acres Bed and Breakfast is about 18 miles (28 kilometers) from the center of Lexington. On the other hand, the Super 8 Higginsville Mo is located 15 miles (25 kilometers) away. The Econo Lodge Oak Grove and also the Oak Grove Inn are some other places to book accommodation around Lexington.
Thinking of seeing more of the prairies this part of the country features? What if you enjoy some time in some of the other areas of Kansas City - Northwest Missouri? Whether you get involved with traditional activities, like, for example, horse riding, cycling and bird watching, or decide you want to skip around the area to get close to local attractions, you will be able to find the most convenient accommodation options in the vicinity.
The closest hotels in Higginsville are Marshall and Concordia. Marshall is 40 miles (61 kilometers) to the east of Lexington, while Concordia is 20 miles (36 kilometers) to the east. Travelocity-registered room options in Marshall include the Comfort Inn Marshall Station and Super 8 - Marshall. The Serve You Inn and Days Inn Concordia Mo are some of the Travelocity-registered rooms in Concordia.
Before leaving town, don't miss out on enjoying the spectacle with Higginsville spectators at an engaging match. You'll find Sprint Center 40 miles (60 kilometers) to the west of Lexington. For those who are thinking of sleeping in the vicinity, book a room in the Ambassador Hotel Kansas City, Autograph Collection or Hilton President Kansas City.