69th South Central Province Council Hotel Information

Greetings Brothers, 
Happy New Year!  I hope all is well and that this letter finds you well.  The Lexington and Frankfort 
Alumni Chapters look forward to hosting the 69th  South Central Province Council at the Downtown 
Lexington Hilton, from Thursday, April 3, 2014 – Sunday, April 6, 2014. 
Relax and rejuvenate at the Downtown Lexington Hilton Hotel, an oasis of urban hospitality and high 
‐ tech productivity in the heart of Downtown Lexington. Whether traveling to Bluegrass Country for 
business or vacation, our stylish, contemporary hotel offers a peaceful, pampering hotel experience 
amid the vibrant energy of Downtown Lexington. Delivering extraordinary service, world ‐ class 
facilities and modern lifestyle amenities, our hotel is Lexington’s most prestigious destination for 
meetings, weddings and exploring Bluegrass Country. Located in Downtown Lexington overlooking 
Triangle Park, our landmark Lexington hotel is central to scores of exciting restaurants, shopping, 
museums, and entertainment venues, including Ashland, The Henry Clay Estate, Keeneland Race 
Course, Kentucky Horse Park, University of Kentucky, Shaker Village and the Historic Bourbon Trail, 
just to name a few Lexington attractions, and is connected by a pedway to the exciting Lexington 
Convention Center. Our property welcomes guests with disabilities and is pleased to offer extensive 
accessible features and amenities. 
A block of rooms have been reserved from Thursday, April 3 – Saturday, April 5, 2014.  The room rate 
of $139/night (for single or double occupancy), is valid until MARCH 4, 2014 or until the block is sold 
out, whichever comes first. 
Use the following link to make your room reservation: 
Or contact the hotel directly at 
Hilton Lexington/Downtown 
369 West Vine Street 
Lexington, Kentucky 40507 
Tel: +1‐859‐231‐9000 
If you have any questions, please direct those to A.J. Coffey at 859.552.5638 or 
We look forward to seeing you in April and turning the Bluegrass state RED! 
A.J. Coffey 
Lexington Alumni Polemarch 
Co‐Chair 69th  South Central Province Council