Luxury King Suite

A Historic, Equestrian Hotel
in Lexington, Kentucky

A Lexington landmark, just outside of downtown, The Campbell House was built in 1951 and offers decades worth of notable stories and special occasions. Our historic, boutique hotel welcomes guests in true Kentucky style from the moment they arrive with iconic horse farm fencing and architecture, equestrian-themed decor, local cuisine and an extensive bourbon list at The Rackhouse Tavern, plus over 25,000 sq ft of meeting and event space. Genuine Southern hospitality being at the core, we recognize that today’s traveler, whether business or leisure, wants to leave feeling as if they have experienced a true taste of Lexington. This is where the hotel seamlessly blends the classic elegance of our rich cultural past with a fresh modern style, and the latest amenities that today’s guests appreciate and require. We look forward to welcoming you to your Kentucky home in the heart of the bluegrass.

Desk in business center


Our historic, boutique hotel seamlessly blends the classic elegance of our rich cultural past, with a fresh modern style, and the latest amenities that today’s guests appreciate and require. Step inside and discover a world of hospitality that has drawn world leaders, equestrian enthusiasts, businesspeople, and generations of brides and grooms who have chosen to make The Campbell House their home away from home in Lexington.

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Bourbon Trail

Find your way to the world’s best bourbons on Kentucky’s Bourbon Trail. As an official sponsor, our concierge can help you plan your Bourbon Trail visit, including a tasting of bourbons distilled exclusively for The Campbell House.

Snifter glass of brandy standing on an oak barrel in a cellar
Sitting Nook in Guest Suite with Fireplace and Plush Furniture

Suite Retreat + $50 Daily Hotel Credit

Book our Suite Retreat offer and enjoy a welcome amenity in your room upon check-in, plus a $50 Daily Hotel Credit to indulge in some of Chefs house-made classics while sipping on a suite or over 300 bourbons at The Rackhouse Tavern.