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Lexington North Carolina Accommodations

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The Lexington center is approximately the area of Lexington Amtrak Station and 15 miles southeast of Tanglewood Park.

The small southern town of Lexington is big on flavor. Here in Lexington, just 20 miles south of Winston-Salem, you'll find some of North Carolina's best barbecue. Close to Greensboro, High Point, and the Triad region, Lexington is also the gateway to Yadkin Valley Wine Country. From their famous hickory smoked, chopped barbecue to fresh-brewed, foamy, lattes, and locally made candies, you'll find plenty of sweet and savory treats to sample in Lexington. More from this guide...

Lexington Hotels & Accommodations

Holiday Inn Express & Suites The Vineyards in Lexington
351 Vineyards Crossing, Lexington, NC 27295
  • 3 star Suburban property
  • Check in time: 16.00
  • Clean Rooms
  • Great breakfast
Quality Inn : 101 Plaza Pkwy.
101 Plaza Pkwy., Lexington, NC 27292
  • Low Cost Highway property
  • Comp. Breakfast
  • Friendly staff
  • Comfortable beds
Country Hearth Inn & Suites Lexington
1525 Cotton Grove Rd., Lexington, NC 27292
  • Economy Highway hotel
  • Check-in: 3:00 PM
Days Inn & Suites - Lexington
1620 Cotton Grove Rd., Lexington, NC 27292
  • Low priced Suburban hotel
  • Hotel has a green policy Learn more
Affordable Suites Lexington - Lexington
882 Old Hargrave Rd., Lexington, NC 27295
  • Midscale hotel
  • 33 suites in hotel
Comfort Inn : 895 Lake Rd.
895 Lake Rd., Thomasville, NC 27360 ~8.42 miles east of Lexington
  • Economy hotel
  • Check-in: 11:00
Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Thomasville / Hig
959 Lake Rd. I 85 Exit 102, Thomasville, NC 27360 ~8.75 miles east of Lexington
  • 2 star Highway property
  • 58 rooms in property
  • Easy parking
  • Bathroom could be optimized
Quality Inn & Suites in Thomasville
7 Laura Lane, Thomasville, NC 27360 ~10.30 miles east of Lexington
  • Two star Highway hotel
  • 6 suites in property
  • Most guests said the bathroom was dirty
  • Front desk staff was super friendly and helpful
Super 8 Clemmons / Winston Salem Area in Clemmons
6204 Ramada Dr., Clemmons, NC 27012 ~16.20 miles northwest of Lexington
  • Economy Golf Course property
  • Check in: 3:00pm
Motel 6 - High Point
120 SW Cloverleaf Pl, High Point, NC 27263 ~16.21 miles east of Lexington
  • Cheap Downtown property
  • Free complimentary breakfast
  • Internet is poor
  • Rooms in need of an update
Average 3.0 /5Reviews CallBookMore Details
Townhouse Inn in High Point
400 South Main St., High Point, NC 27260 ~16.26 miles northeast of Lexington
  • Low Cost Downtown hotel
  • 44 sleeping rooms in hotel
American Inn High Point : 122 SW Cloverleaf Pl
122 SW Cloverleaf Pl, High Point, NC 27263 ~16.27 miles east of Lexington
  • Inexpensive Downtown property
  • Comp. Breakfast
  • Bathroom could be optimized
  • Empty parking lot
Comfort Suites Salisbury
1040 East Innes St., Salisbury, NC 28144 ~16.28 miles southwest of Lexington
  • 3-star Suburban property
  • Gym / Fitness Center Available
Very Good 4.0 /5Review Score CallBookMore Details
Atrium Inn
425 South Main Street., High Point, NC 27260 ~16.29 miles northeast of Lexington
  • Low priced property
  • Owner is very nice and customer oriented
  • Nice rooms
Average 3.0 /5Reviews CallBookMore Details
Village Inn Hotel & Event Center
6205 Ramada Dr., Clemmons, NC 27012 ~16.32 miles northwest of Lexington
  • 3-star Suburban property
  • Airport shuttle available
  • The majority of guests found the staff to be very friendly
  • Comfortable beds
Execustay at Burke Ridge Crossing : 2112 Burke Meadows Rd.
2112 Burke Meadows Rd., Winston-Salem, NC 27103 ~16.37 miles north of Lexington
  • 3-star hotel
  • Access to gym on-site
Quality Inn Clemmons
6320 Amp Dr., Clemmons, NC 27012 ~16.37 miles northwest of Lexington
  • Affordable Suburban property
  • Gym / Fitness Center Available
  • Rooms could be cleaner
  • Most guests complained about the bathroom
Average 3.5 /5Reviews CallBookMore Details
Red Lion Hotel High Point - High Point
135 South Main St., High Point, NC 27260 ~16.42 miles northeast of Lexington
  • Three Star Downtown property
  • Free complimentary breakfast
  • Most guests found problems with the furniture
  • Acceptable breakfast prices
Average 3.0 /5Reviews CallBookMore Details
Hampton Inn Bermuda Run / Advance I 40 Nc in Advance
196 Nc Highway 801 North, Advance, NC 27006 ~16.47 miles northwest of Lexington
  • Three Star Suburban hotel
  • Free comp. breakfast
  • Bed is probably good for
  • Comfort level is high
Very Good 4.5 /5Reviews CallBookMore Details
Holiday Inn Express Winston Salem : 2520 Peters Creek Pkwy.
2520 Peters Creek Pkwy., Winston-Salem, NC 27127 ~16.48 miles north of Lexington
  • Affordable Highway property
  • 71 rooms in property
Jh Adams Inn in High Point
1108 North Main St., High Point, NC 27262 ~16.50 miles northeast of Lexington
  • High end Downtown hotel
  • Fitness center on property
Very Good 4.5 /5Hotel Reviews CallBookMore Details
Microtel Inn
100 Capitol Lodging Court, Winston-Salem, NC 27103 ~16.58 miles north of Lexington
  • Economy Suburban property
  • The majority of guests were happy with the price of the breakfast
  • The majority of guests thought they were poorly maintained
Comfort Suites Hanes Mall
200 Capitol Lodging Court, Winston-Salem, NC 27103 ~16.60 miles north of Lexington
  • Mid-scale Highway property
  • Hotel has 2 meeting rooms
  • Plenty of parking
  • Good accessibility by car
Very Good 4.0 /5Review Score CallBookMore Details
Courtyard by Marriott Salisbury
120 Marriott Circle, Salisbury, NC 28144 ~16.61 miles southwest of Lexington
  • 3-star hotel
  • 94 sleeping rooms in hotel
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Salisbury in Salisbury
125 Marriott Circle, Salisbury, NC 28144 ~16.61 miles southwest of Lexington
  • Economy property
  • Hotel has 90 rooms
Very Good 4.0 /5Review Score CallBookMore Details
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Rates shown are nightly rates before taxes and do not necessarily reflect all Lexington, NC discounts available. The chart reflects the cheapest Lexington hotel for each day and each star rating category.

As you arrive in town, you may spot the Bob Timberlake gallery and welcome center located just off Interstate 85. Bob Timberlake is a local artist, and here, you'll see an impressive selection of his internationally renowned work for sale. You can also browse a selection of unique home decor items. Visit during an open house for a chance to meet Bob Timberlake and have one of his pieces signed in person.

Your shopping experience in Lexington doesn't end there. In fact, Uptown Lexington boasts more boutiques than anywhere else in the county, each reflecting the authentic local character of a locally owned shop. Visit Missions Pottery in Lexington to shop local pottery for a good cause. If you'd rather try your hand at the potter's wheel, sign up for a lesson with the shop's master potter. Shop for chic southern style staples at A Belle Boutique on South Main Street. All the while, you can enjoy free wireless internet service, provided by Uptown Lexington.

Take a walk down nostalgia lane with a visit to Lexington's quaint, locally owned retail stores, like Lanier's Hardware, or pick up some fresh produce at the Lexington Farmer's Market, which is held at the Historic Southern Railway Freight Depot on Wednesdays and Fridays, from May through October.

Visit the Conrad & Hinkle Food Market, and you'll feel like you've gone back in time when you see the old-fashioned hand-lettered signage and red awning of this welcoming food market. Be sure to pick up their pimento cheese and a tub of chicken salad for a picnic in Finch Park nearby.

Speed demons and race enthusiasts will want to visit the Richard Childress Racing Museum in Lexington, and then wind down with a tasting at Childress Vineyards. The sprawling 35,000 square foot winery feels like an escape to Tuscany with its rolling hills and Renaissance-inspired architecture. Come and stay all day on the weekend to enjoy tasty food, shop for gifts, enjoy live music, and indulge in wine tastings in the winery's gorgeous tasting room.

Make time to swing by The Homestead, the oldest surviving house in Lexington. The Homestead was built in a Palladian style reminiscent of classical Italian architecture. The stately home is just one of many Lexington area buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. Learn more about the town's history when you visit the Davidson County Historical Museum, housed in the Davidson County Courthouse, itself a stately Greek Revival built in 1858.

If you ever wanted to experience small town southern life, you can live your dream in Lexington, a town where the barbecue tastes better, the locally made wine goes down smoothly, and there's always plenty to do and see.

When to Visit Lexington, NC

Residents of this Piedmont-Triad area town enjoy balmy weather almost year-round, with winter highs in the low 50s. If you are planning to play golf at Lexington Golf Club or fish at nearby High Rock Lake, you may wish to avoid visiting in the summer, when the humid weather can peak in the upper 90s. Head out on the lake or the links early in the morning to beat the heat or visit in winter, spring, or fall for cooler temperatures.

Plan a trip around The Barbecue Festival in late October, which draws in over 160,000 attendees each year, or come in April to feast on food from nearly 50 professional barbecue teams during the BBQ Capital Cook-off. Visit in the summer to enjoy Uptown Lexington Summer Strolls or Alive After Five events. The town also throws special parades for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Christmas. The Lexington Multicultural Festival takes place in May, and the Fantastic July 4th Festival wows visitors with a thrilling firework display each year.

Below is a chart of the current pricing seasonality of hotels and motels in Lexington, NC:

seasonality of hotel rates in Lexington

Lexington by Star Rating

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Luxury Hotels Near Lexington, NC

4 Star Average Prices: $187.11

If you want to visit Lexington but are seeking luxury lodgings nearby, you'll find them at Kimpton Cardinal Hotel in Winston-Salem. This luxe hotel will pamper you from the moment you arrive. The entire property exudes upscale style, from the leather-clad lounge chairs to the modern lighting and premium bedding. From stag horns to quirky artwork, the Kimpton Cardinal features a deft designers' touch that makes this 4.5-star hotel a favorite spot for High Point Market week.

Guest rooms also feature welcome extras like fridges for your convenience, as well as designer toiletries, safes, and desks. Though wireless internet service and breakfast are available for a surcharge, the included amenities make this hotel splurge-worthy, including a 24-hour fitness center, arcade room, and concierge services. Plus, you'll be close to The Katharine Brasserie, which serves up Winston-Salem's best French fare and located just steps from the city's business and entertainment districts.

Affordable Hotels in Lexington, NC

3 Star Average Prices: $102.73

Check into the pet-friendly Days Inn Wyndham Lexington hotel, and you'll be close to the heart of Lexington, all for an affordable nightly rate. In the summer, guests love lounging at the outdoor pool beneath an umbrella or heading to the Lexington Golf Club nearby. In the winter, the lobby fireplace offers a warm welcome after a visit to the Richard Childress Vineyards tasting room.

Settle in to your pillowtop bed for the evening, snuggle beneath the down comforter, and enjoy some cable programming or simply browsing the internet on the free wireless connection. Wake up to a tasty breakfast buffet each morning and read the free newspaper before heading into Lexington or High Point for the day.

3 Star Hotel Prices in Lexington

2 Star Average Prices: $69.76

2 Star Hotel Prices in Lexington

Which Lexington hotels have real discounts?

You'll find excellent senior, AAA, and military discounts at Quality Inn Lexington, discounts on top of the hotel's already affordable rates. If you're coming into town via Amtrak for the annual Barbecue Festival, you'll also be located within just a 3-mile cab ride of the Lexington Amtrak Station. Rooms are comfortable and include efficient amenities like a fridge and microwave, as well as a coffee and tea maker.

Make free local calls anytime, visit the seasonal outdoor pool, enjoy the cable programming and free wireless internet access, and enjoy the free breakfast buffet to get the most bang for your buck during your stay.

Lexington, NC's Best Value Hotels

If you're traveling with a family, the Hampton Inn Bermuda Run NC in Advance, North Carolina, is hard to beat. This recently renovated hotel will win you over with its excellent value-added amenities. After a long day on the road, let the kids loose in the indoor pool and watch them zip down the water slides while you enjoy a soak in the spa tub or relax at a table.

There's also a fitness center if you need to stretch your legs and squeeze in a workout. The kids will love visiting the arcade and game room. You'll also enjoy premium bedding, pillowtop beds, complimentary wireless internet access, and a free daily hot and cold breakfast.

Barbecue Tastings in Lexington, NC

Lexington is often called "the Barbecue Capital of the World," and if you're a barbecue fan, you won't want to miss the Lexington Barbecue Festival in late October or the BBQ Capital Cook-off in late April.

People literally come by the trainload for the festival. Amtrak stops at the Southern Railway Freight Depot in Lexington just once a year for the festival, with rides offered from Raleigh aboard The Piedmont or from Charlotte on The Carolinian. Expect a warm welcome upon arrival or departure thanks to the town's special hospitality suite set up in the depot for the occasion.

Once you arrive, head straight for the town specialty, slow-roasted barbecue pork, cooked over hickory wood. Numerous other entertaining events at the festival include BMX stunt shows, car shows, arts and crafts, and live music concerts on eight stages.

However, there's no need to wait for a festival to enjoy great barbecue in Lexington because the city boasts over 20 barbecue restaurants. The hickory-smoked barbecue is basted in a sauce called dip, a regional blend of vinegar, ketchup, water, salt, and other spices. Each restaurant's sauce recipe is closely guarded and can range from tangy to sweet or spicy, but the vinegar base remains a staple.

You can also tell a North Carolina barbecue sandwich by its distinctive red slaw, a combination of spiced cabbage injected with vinegar, ketchup, and black pepper, and never containing mayonnaise. Given all the tasty pig you can get around town, it's no wonder that the pig is considered an art form. Look for artisan made fiberglass "Pigs in the City” sculptures on display throughout Uptown Lexington each fall.

Come for the barbecue or the wine and stay for the friendly people and easygoing southern way of life. Once you arrive in Lexington, you may never want to leave!

Verified reviews of the city of Lexington

Below are reviews of the city of Lexington, NC from an actual visitor's perspective.

"Eager to Return"
Score 4.0 / 5

Lexington is a small town area, but has a welcoming charm about it.

Lydia J., from 19-Oct-2015
The average traveler rating of the city of Lexington, NC shown above is 4.0 out of 5 based on 1 reviews
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