The Peabody Memphis
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Right in the heart of downtown, just a short walk from legendary Beale Street, The Peabody Hotel is a Memphis institution. For over 130 years, The Peabody has welcomed visitors and newcomers to this great city, and is a famous attraction in itself; the Duck March in the Grand Lobby – a tradition since the 1940s, brings new visitors to the hotel each day. Top attractions like Graceland, Sun Studios, Memphis Zoo and the National Civil Rights Museum are all within easy reach.
Famous for its own brand of Southern hospitality, The Peabody Hotel is a welcome retreat after a long day of sightseeing. Opulent in decoration, spacious and luxurious, accommodation here has a distinctive style. Handy in-room amenities include flat-screen TVs, in-room safe, work desk and high-speed internet access.
When evening rolls around at The Peabody, be sure to find yourself dining at one of the hotel’s four award-winning restaurants; sample fine French cuisine at Chez Philippe or feast at Italian steakhouse The Capriccio Grill – easily the two most popular eateries onsite. Wherever you dine, follow up your meal with a nightcap or two at the sophisticated Lobby Bar, or the more intimate Peabody Corner Bar. To relax and blow off some steam further, guests can make use of The Peabody Athletic Club.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 464
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Internet Access
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- In Room Safe
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Pay Movies
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Complimentary Newspaper
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Indoor Pool Free: No
- Treatment Rooms
- Jacuzzi Free: No
- Gym Free: No
- Name: Memphis International Airport
- Distance: 17.2 kilometres
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Types: Pets accepted on request with hotel
- Cost: $75.00 per stay
- Nearest Airport Name: Memphis International Airport Distance: 17.2 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 3334 reviews
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The hotel to stay in in Memphis
Stay Date: 12/2017, J S wrote this review.
The Peabody has a magnificent lobby which was dressed for Christmas and really you could spend the holiday lounging in this great space, There was a piano player sometimes and an event at 11am in the morning such as a choir. The piano played itself a… See more
The Peabody has a magnificent lobby which was dressed for Christmas and really you could spend the holiday lounging in this great space, There was a piano player sometimes and an event at 11am in the morning such as a choir. The piano played itself at other times. The duck walk is well worth seeing but tends to be crowded as outsiders come in to see it. There are fabulous flower arrangements and a stunning fountain here. I had booked two beds and agreed to one at Reception but moved back because the one bed room was much smaller. Everything worked well: safe, free internet, shower and bath, very clean and well decorated. No fridge or tea tray.There was a TV in the bathroom and bedroom, not used. USA TV is ghastly, being mainly advertising for food and medical insurance. Thank you God for the BBC. The bedding was amazingly comfortable. A lot of things are close by and you can walk but walking is not common in USA and we were warned off going anywhere except downtown or the centre. Beale Street is two blocks, Sun Studio, well worth a visit, is on the same street but a mile out of town and along a quiet run down road. We walked down to the MIssissippi. December is not the month for this. The Mud Island stuff is closed and the Pyramid, while structurally interesting and beautifully done out with pools, fish and trees is basically a shopping catherdral to killing animals, birds and fish: yuk. Gracelands is fascinating even if you are not an Elvis fan. It was very quiet with no coah trips.. We just turned up. This is well out of town. Beale Street is great and full of character. As a vegetarion though, I find it difficult to find places to eat. The Civil Rights Museum, built around the actual motel where Luther King was shot, is excellent and shocking, charting the slave trade and segregation. We walked as we like fresh air and hotels do not have opening windows. Again you are quickly in run down areas. We had breafast and one meal in the corner restaurant which is part of the hotel and it was pleasantly quiet with good food, excellent service and pleasant decor. There is a swimming pool BUT it is not heated and in Decemebr this means it is not to be used unless you are the type who takes winter swims outdoors. There is a gym too. It was very odd because no one wanted to admit that it was not heated. I got different stories about it being broken down etc until I asked the gym staff directly if the pool was ever heated. One man at the pool had taken my room number and promised to ring me when it was repaired! TO get in you use your room key. No one tells you these things. There is valet or self parking. Enter the hotel by car on the left from Second Street which is one way. Efficient check out. You do not need to go to the desk. They just use your credit card, deliver the bill to your room and and let you keep your room key. I really enjoyed staying at this hotel and loved all the duck references. Lovely pictures in the bedroom. Fabulous place. Collapse
Wow, this hotel has really gone down over the past few years.
Stay Date: 12/2017, HiMyNameIsKathryn wrote this review.
I called nearly a week in advance to make a reservation for my daughter and her four kids to stay one night enroute from Ohio to Texas. I told the person I talked to exactly what the situation was, and exactly how many guests to expect, and that I w… See more
I called nearly a week in advance to make a reservation for my daughter and her four kids to stay one night enroute from Ohio to Texas. I told the person I talked to exactly what the situation was, and exactly how many guests to expect, and that I would not be with them. The person at the hotel asked for my credit card information and told me they would be emailing me. I received the confirmation. My daughter drove all day long and got to the hotel and was told that without the credit card authorization form, she would have to provide her own form of payment. She called me. I was out shopping and wasn't home, and had not received this form anyway. I spoke several times to the hotel staff (who would not allow me to speak with the manager, by the way) and literally begged them to allow my daughter to go ahead and check in (it was raining and she had been driving all day with four kids in the car), and I would send the CC authorization form, which they had not sent to me till right that minute, as soon as I got home, but they refused and insisted on putting a $300 hold on my daughter's credit card, the week of Christmas, in order to allow her to check in. This in spite of the fact that they had her reservation already on file, they had never sent the required form to me, they spoke to me directly several times, and they knew it was their mistake to begin with. Finally she gave them her credit card information and was able to check in but was pretty stressed out at this point. (Meanwhile, I was out trying to grocery shop for the five people who were about to show up at my house and I had to pull over in a parking lot, trying in vain to speak directly to the manager, and I ended up having to have a ridiculous conversation with a person whose foreign accent was so strong that I could barely understand a word she was saying). Also, the room was not clean (someone else's hair in the sink and bathtub, for instance), and only one elevator was in working order, resulting in very long waits for the elevator. Ugh. Won't be back any time soon. I hope they can pull it together because the Peabody used to be one of my favorite hotels, but this really left a bad taste in our mouths. Collapse
Stay Date: 12/2017, T B wrote this review.
The ducks are great.... but Trying to check in at 4 is a disorganized disaster!! The lobby is PACKED when the crowds begin to gather for the 5:00 duck departure. Checking out, also a disorganized disaster with hundreds of people gathered for the 11a… See more
The ducks are great.... but Trying to check in at 4 is a disorganized disaster!! The lobby is PACKED when the crowds begin to gather for the 5:00 duck departure. Checking out, also a disorganized disaster with hundreds of people gathered for the 11am duck arrival. Heard every noise in the hall and neighboring room. Every door slams shut. Every toilet flush could wake the dead Collapse
Above and Beyond my expectations.
Stay Date: 12/2017, Polly M wrote this review.
Our trip was a mother-daughter weekend to The Nutcracker. I have stayed and visited The Peabody before; but to see it through my 10-year olds eyes was wonderful. She has memories forever! The old school traditions of Hotel and Hospitality abound a… See more
Our trip was a mother-daughter weekend to The Nutcracker. I have stayed and visited The Peabody before; but to see it through my 10-year olds eyes was wonderful. She has memories forever! The old school traditions of Hotel and Hospitality abound at The Peabody! Collapse
More than just ducks!
Stay Date: 12/2017, Natasha D wrote this review.
Our family had a phenomenal experience at the Peabody. The "living room of Memphis" is just a perfect way of describing your incredible lobby area. It was indeed one of the highlights of our trip -- to arrive to a bustling lobby that was warm, inviti… See more
Our family had a phenomenal experience at the Peabody. The "living room of Memphis" is just a perfect way of describing your incredible lobby area. It was indeed one of the highlights of our trip -- to arrive to a bustling lobby that was warm, inviting, and full of activity made us feel like we were arriving somewhere special and important. At breakfast, hostess Angela and server Shaunna at the Cappricio Grill set a wonderful tone for our entire stay. Jimmy the Duckmaster was warm, friendly, and made a point to chat with everyone he could in the lobby. What a wonderful touch. The Peabody felt like a warm and familiar place -- even though it was our first time staying with you. Thank you for your true southern hospitality. We will be back! Collapse
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