Nice facilities. Front desk staff was helpful, but demeanor was not at a 4-star hotel level. Valet staff was excellent. The room was nice, and clean, but the bed was creaky on one side. I was not expecting that at this price range. My wife and I were overall satisfied with the stay and would recommend this hotel to those looking for a quality hotel in Memphis.
Traveller from Memphis, TN
Artful urban hotel in downtown Memphis, 1 mile from Beale Street, FedEx Forum, Orpheum Theater, Sun Studio, and the National …More
The Peabody is all about elegance and great customer service. One thing to watch for at the Peabody is bathroom size. Being an historic building, there is only so much they could do to retrofit modern facilities. The room we were first given had one of the smallest bathrooms we had ever seen. We asked if we could move to a room with a larger bathroom and were promptly upgraded at no extra expense. We had a fabulous meal at their restaurant, Chez Phillippe. It was fun watching the iconic Peabody ducks in the lobby fountain, and seeing them march on the red carpet to and from the elevator each day. we were an easy walk to Beale Sreet and to the Natiinal Civil Rights Museum (which is a must see) and an easy drive to Graceland. When back in Memphis, we would definitely stay at the Peabody again!
Built in 1925, the 464-room Peabody Memphis is located in the heart of "Blues City," within blocks of Beale Street, the …More
We checked in at 12:30 in the morning but the staff was ready and very courteous. The manager in charge even saw a mistake made in our reservation and fixed it. We were hungry so they told us were the only restaurants that were open that late were. When we returned at 2:30 am the valet was still available to park our car. We went to our room and found it clean and the beds very comfortable. Not all Courtyard hotels are as enjoyable as this one so we were very happy with our experience.
Situated in the entertainment district, this hotel is steps from Court Square and Fire Museum of Memphis. Orpheum Theatre and …More
The hotel was in a good location, we were able to walk to Beale St. There is a nice park across the street with benches and a beautiful fountain. The room was clean though the mattress was rather uncomfortable and the pillows were smaller than standard size and very soft. This hotel serves breakfast each morning with scrambled eggs sausage or bacon, make your own waffles plus various juices and breads for toasting. The food was pretty standard but being complimentary it was worth it. There are a few homeless people around but they didn't seem to be bothersome. If you are looking for a standard room just to have someplace to crash at night this hotel fits that bill.
Traveller from Illinois, USA
Situated in Memphis, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Memphis Park and Fire Museum of Memphis. Orpheum Theatre and Sun …More
We stayed for a couple of days at the start of our US roadtrip. We had a nice view of the river and the room was comfortable. The staff were good and the location was good. The breakfast was average but I found that in most US hotels. We enjoyed Memphis. You need about 4 days and be mindful of the days some of the key attractions are closed.
Traveller from Brisbane, Australia
Situated in Memphis, this hotel is steps from Mississippi River Museum at Mud Island and Fire Museum of Memphis. Orpheum …More
We stayed here for one night for a birthday trip to Memphis from Nashville on a mission to enjoy the three B's: BBQ, Blues, and Beale Street. Our check-in was quick and the woman at the desk was wonderful. It took maybe 45 minutes for our room to get ready, so we just hung out in the bar area. The room itself was clean and spacious, with all the amenities you'd expect in a Sheraton. I had seen multiple reviews about how the air conditioning did not work, but ours worked great and we were comfortable. Weird tip: I purposefully did not bring some nice sipping whiskey I had been gifted the day before because I did not want to drink it out of plastic or paper hotel cups, but our room actually had single Old Fashioned glasses (4 of them). 90% of you won't care about this, but I figured I'd mention it for the one or two people out there who could find it useful.
The only thing that we hated about this hotel was the restaurant staff. The actual hotel staff were great, but when we ate breakfast our waitress disappeared and after waiting for close to 20 minutes, we had to actually go seek out another server in the back to take our payment, and she ended up short-changing us. She wandered off immediately after dropping off our change, and we figured we would just take the loss rather than wait another half hour to see another employee. The bar is limited and overpriced ($11 for a Jim Beam on the rocks?!), but I wasn't expecting much from a hotel lobby bar anyway.
Traveller from Nashville
This 2-building, downtown high-rise hotel adjoins the Memphis Convention Center and is just 5 blocks from riverfront attractions.More