November 13, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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The Peabody Memphis in Memphis, Tennessee
The Peabody Memphis is as well known for stupendous service and luxury living as it is for its marching ducks. The 13-story hotel and Memphis landmark opened in 1869 and has been a place of privilege ever since. Part of Preferred Hotels & Resorts, a member of the well-established Preferred Hotel Group, is located just two blocks from famed Beale Street and near the Peabody Place entertainment complex. Its collection of traditional rooms and suites, including pet-friendly accommodations, are elegantly appointed with rich hues and regal furnishings. Residents have a fondness for The Peabody, and the hotel's Memorabilia Museum documents its place in history through a series of displays.
While times have changed, tradition has not and the hotel is still a place for socialites to gather each afternoon for a proper tea. The Peabody features an array of dining options, from the Four-Star Chez Philippe to an Italian steakhouse. The Corner Bar offers live entertainment, while the Lobby Bar gives you a front row seat to the famed Peabody Ducks. The full-service spa and indoor Grecian-style swimming pool add a contemporary feel to this timeless property. During the spring and summer its Rooftop Party Season featuring live music on selected evenings. Dance and drink under the stars then when the party is over, simply stroll back to your guestroom. The Peabody's location makes it a great home base for sightseeing, too. Not far from its storied entrance is Graceland, the former home of Elvis Presley. The hotel even has an Elvis connection with Bernard J. Lansky's shop, located in the hotel lobby, who served as The King's personal tailor.
Location of The Peabody Memphis
Nearest Airport: MEM
Amenities for The Peabody Memphis
- General Information
- 464 Guest Rooms
- Pet Friendly
- 2 Restaurants
- 2 Bars
- Rooftop Bar
- Room Service
- Afternoon Tea
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Complimentary Newspaper
- Laundry Service
- Live Entertainment
- Indoor Pool
- Valet Parking
- In-Room Amenities
- Turndown Service
- Business Center
- Culture & Arts
Reviews for The Peabody Memphis
I wanted to give this 3.5 stars. Here's the downlow. Pros: Location, location, location. The ducks in the fountain. The staff - super friendly and so helpful, especially the front desk staff. Gorgeous lobby details. Luxe decor. Very comfy bed. Cons: Worn out rooms. Paper thin walls. Overcrowded lobby during ducks march. Small (and I mean small) bathroom. Overall, the stay was nice, but I would probably opt for a different hotel next time. It's a good bucket list stay, but only for one night. Suggestion: I think that those who pay for a room at the Peabody should have preferred seating for the ducks march. It was so crowded and some of the people who were there were very rude (not the staff). When it was over we waited for an elevator only to be rudely pushed out of the way by some attendees who were rushing to the roof to see the ducks. I believe they were not staying at the hotel. We were just trying to get back to our room. I think that Memphis is trying to go through a change to attract more patrons in the area. They should start with the roads! Soooooo many potholes! Also, the area is hit and miss with regards to feeling safe. We walked to Central BBQ on the advice of the concierge and walked down the wrong street. It was amazing how just one block can make all the difference. We were glad it wasn't at night. Overall, the trip was fun and we had a lot of firsts.
RowdyRodzinak - Birmingham, Alabama
My stay for a second time in August was not quite like my first. Huge crowds. Rude out of country guests. Loud neighbors in room next door. Difficult check in due to booking thru a third party. Mint Julep in main lobby bar was satisfactory, not exceptional. Beds are smaller than standard Queen. Will try it one more time, next time we go.
shari w - Saint Joseph, Michigan
Spending the night at The Peabody has been on my bucket list for years. Finally got to happen!! Loved the history & tradition of the hotel. Room was larger than a typical hotel. Lots of details that other hotels don't offer. Even a duck shaped soap in the bathroom! Of course, seeing the ducks was a must! It was the cutest thing to watch! Just wish they could have a special area for hotel guests & non hotel guests especially since guests are paying! It was a great stay! Would love to do it again one day!
loomjam - McKinney, Texas
The lobby is beautiful, the bed is very comfortable, the location convenient. The concierge was excellent! The down side; if you are placed in a room with an adjoining room, be prepared to hear absolutely everything that takes place in the next room! We were awoken at 4:00AM with sounds of our neighbors TV, followed by coughing and finally chatting on their phone. I brought this to the attention of the front desk staff who basically said â€śtoo bad, this an old hotelâ€ť. My advice to anyone booking at this location, make sure you ask for a room that is not an adjoining room. We travel the world and love to stay in historic hotels, but have not encountered this situation ever! Additionally, I got the feeling since we were not part of one of the many groups booked at this hotel our happiness with the stay was not important. Front desk staff were sub par, the could have at least made an offer of a drink in the lobby bar, or an upgraded breakfast or even a rubber duck! Anything to show my words at least meant something!
travelmom21 - philadelphia
We stayed one night. The location is excellent and why I chose the hotel. The hotel is nice but very worn. Chipped paint, dirty carpets in rooms. The plugs in our bathroom didn't work. The hairdryer didn't work and it took them so long to send up another room that I had to leave before it arrived. Our room was very large but the bathroom was so small I couldn't cope if it was more than one night. I maybe would possibly stay again, not sure.
orchickie - Alberta, Canada