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Hyatt Regeny Lexington Downtown
In the heart of the downtown business district, the Hyatt Regency Lexington is the focal point of Triangle Park and Lexington Center, connected via pedway to shopping, convention center and Rupp Arena. In the heart of the downtown. learn more
Staybridge Suites Lexington
The newest hotel addition to the Lexington Bluegrass Region of Kentucky is the Staybridge Suites Lexington, in the Townley Center area . Our hotel is conveniently located to New Circle Road and exit 7, just a short drive to Downtown. learn more
Candlewood Suites Lexington
The Candlewood Suites Lexington is two miles from the Commonwealth Stadium and two and a half miles from Red Mile Harness Racing. The hotel offers a fitness center, video library, a convenience store, and laundry facilities. learn more
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About Rupp Arena
Located in Lexington, Kentucky, Rupp Arena is home to the Kentucky Wildcats men's basketball team. In recent years, the Kentucky Wildcats women's basketball team has also hosted games at the arena. Opened in 1976, Rupp Arena is named after Adolph Rupp. Adolph Rupp is a coaching legend at the University of Kentucky. In 2001, the arena underwent several renovations. Some of the renovations included four large video boards, new locker rooms, updated seating and a redesigned court.
The arena has a seating capacity of 23,500. This makes it the largest arena in the United Sates. Not only does the arena host basketball games, things like concert and conventions also take place at Rupp Arena. With the arena located in the heart of Lexington, it has become the centerpiece Lexington Center. The arena is owned by the Lexington County government.