May 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
I had stayed here before with a business group,but wanted my wife to experience the Peabody with its ducks grand buffet and the feeling of staying in a landmark hotel.Truthfully the rooms are nothing special but its location is great the ducks are okay if you have never seen them before,but we have stayed at many better hotels.Still if I;m in Memphis at least one night at the Peabody.
ChALUTCH - BERGEN COUNTY,N.J.
When in Memphis, Jane and I always stay at the Peabody Hotel-- We have stayed at the Peabody since it reopened in 1981-- We even remember when it was closed in the 1970(s) and was in danger of being razed-- What a horror that would have been-- Thank God for the Belz Family-- the Peabody never disappoints-- the Peabody is both a tradition and a joy.
Jim B - Little Rock, Arkansas
It was a bucket list item and the room was $300 per nightâ€¦It's a beautiful old hotel, but it wasn't Grandâ€¦You would think that the little things matter, but as a paying guest we waited to go up as two of four elevators took people to the Roof Party Thursday night. We were asked for ID to go up to our room. The vibration of the party continued until 10 after we had gone to bedâ€¦and sadlyâ€¦there was mildew/mold in the tub of the rather small bathroom. The Grand was not there for me.
manewman1945 - New York City, New York
My husband and I stayed here for one night. We had no complaints. Of course it was expensive, but it was worth it. The room was very clean and comfy. Room service was quick and tasty. Parking was not bad either.
The service at the Peabody was good, and the ducks parade was silly, entertaining and cute all at the same time. You see ducks everywhere in the hotel. Duck desserts, ducks on the floor engraved in the marble, duck glasses, duck slippers and socks for sale, and of course rubber ducks. I happen to love ducks, so I enjoyed the theme very much. The hotel cost about $300 a night for a room with a queen size bed. It is a quiet, dull downtown area (in my humble opinion ... but remember ... I am a new yorker, so most cities by comparison are quiet.) The walls are a little thin so you may want to pack ear plugs. Also, they did not supply a pair of slippers, so I recommend packing your own slippers. The bed was very comfortable and nice and dark for sleeping. -Free and fast internet -Great breakfast at 'Carpaccio Grill' - highly recommend the egg white omelet and pressed coffee -Pack slippers and maybe ear plugs (just in case) Note: The fun duck parade is every day about 10 minutes before 11am and 5pm ... bring your family!
hitherephilly - New York City, New York