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