June 15, 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
Came in late on quick in and out business trip and the front desk, room, bed, etc was all amazing. Beautiful property!! The only bad thing was it seemed like I could hear my rowdy drunk neighbors on each side of me being loud when they came in late night after partying!! Even with that it was a great quick stay and will be back again in the future!
StephieGYA - Greenwood, LA
Where to start? The Peabody is really the only Grand Hotel for probably a few hundred miles in any direction. Downtown Memphis is rundown and seedy at best and the Peabody is the only thing that makes it worth visiting. That said the hotel is spectacular in every sense, and the famous Peabody Ducks make it even better! Rooms are comfortable and well-appointed, the building is wonderful and the staff generally friendly. The foyer is a thing of considerable beauty to be savored - it is said that the Mississippi Delta starts at the fountain in the Peabody foyer, which I tend to agree with. No other hotel has this degree of grandeur and style. Sadly the hotel has cut more than a few corners over the years: cheaper generic toiletries in the rooms rather than the Peabody branded items of years ago, and they have adopted the awful practice of price gouging from the airlines - every possible thing has a surcharge or an extra fee attached. I really wish that they would revert to a more classy approach, but I guess the accountants have been in there and this is the result. For example: $20/day to park your own car; $12.50/day for wifi, ~$10 for a plastic duck to take home and so on. Surely these could simply be part of the room rate? Overall, a spectacular establishment if somewhat overpriced. Stay here at least once, you will not regret it.
Bondesco - Houston, Texas
My fiance' and I had an amazing stay at this luxurious property for the Beale St. Music Festival. After one look at the lobby, the shopping, and the ducks, we were in love with this place. Don't miss out on the scrumptious Memphis style BBQ at Central or Interstate!
We enjoyed our stay, but I am glad we got a deal and didn't pay full price. Sure the location is ideal and the building is ornate and luxurious, but it cuts a few corners. Symbolic for me was that the toilet paper was the thinnest we came across in our USA accommodation. The room was very spacious and mainly well appointed but there were no sockets for chargers near the bed and my side of the bed was up against the window so there was no bedside table. Worst fault for me was that the breakfast was just adequate, we had better in many smaller places. Uninspired fresh fruit and no pancakes or waffles or eggs cooked to order and rather slow service. A hotel of this quality and price in the USA should wow with its breakfasts, Ducks are fun but the march a big gimmick to get you into the lobby ordering drinks early evening, we couldn't really see them marching for non-residents crowding in. So it was an experience for a discounted price, but doubt we'll be back to this hotel although hope to see more of Memphis one day.
NaomiP - London
This is an outstanding hotel right in the middle of Memphis. We were staying here for 3 nights as a short stop over on our way to New Orleans & Orlando. The hotel was historic and the rooms were beautiful! They even had little movement sensitive night lights around the bed so you did not trip on your way to the bathroom. All of the staff were extremely courteous and polite. We had several delicious meals right downtown which is in walking distance from the hotel. Great barbeque and jazz music. We also spent a day at Graceland. The Elvis mansion was much smaller than I thought it would be! Have fun and make sure to watch the ducks march into the lobby at least one time! This is also an historic action and you can read all about it in their lobby!
Jasper T - Elk Grove Village, Illinois