This comfortable, value-priced hotel, situated near Interstate 40/55 and just minutes from historic downtown Memphis, allows visitors in town for business or pleasure to kick back and relax. Guests enjoy free breakfast and amenities such as an outdoor pool, fitness center, and guest laundromat.
Clean, comfortable accommodations at a great price point
Complimentary expanded continental breakfast
Complimentary Wi-Fi access
Gym/fitness center and outdoor pool
All rooms feature plush new bedding with choice of single king or two double-size mattresses, 27-inch television with cable channels, including HBO, air-conditioning, work desk, in-room iron/ironing board, and coffeemaker. Adjoining rooms are available on request. Guests enjoy free local phone calls.
Ramada West Memphis, located just over the state line in Arkansas, provides a gateway to adventure in historic Blues City, including Beale Street's sizzling entertainment district, with its wild array of shops, nightclubs, and restaurants. Other major attractions found just across the Mississippi River include AutoZone Park, FedEx Forum, Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, the National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel, Cook Convention Center, Peabody Place, Mud Island River Park, the Orpheum Theatre, and Cannon Center for the Performing Arts.
Visitors eager to explore even further can find Elvis Presley's Graceland 20 minutes to the south, close to Memphis International Airport, and world-class gaming over the southern border at the casinos in Tunica, Mississippi.
Guests enhance their culinary horizons at several nearby restaurants, including Cavillo's Bar and Grill, Margaritas, Waffle House, Cracker Barrel, and Panchos Mexican Restaurant.
Memphis International Airport (18.6 mi/29.9 km)
Elvis Presley's home, Graceland (10.1 mi/16.3 km)
Memphis Zoo (12.7 mi/20.4 km)
Children's Museum of Memphis (14.4 mi/23.2 km)
Pink Palace Museum and IMAX Theater (15.5 mi/24.9 km)
Casinos in Tunica, Mississippi (34.4 mi/55.4 km)
Meeting space accommodates up to 40
Business center with computers, copiers, and audiovisual equipment available
Complimentary high-speed wireless Internet access
Catering services available
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Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.
My wife just freaked out when we meander into West Memphis and I was not too happy with her bickering on the location. To me, this hotel turns out to be good stay. But we will not return, if wife is with me. Silly her.
It met what I wanted. It was near to the things I wanted to do. The price was right. The breakfast well what can I say. You don't stay at a motel for breakfast. I had the eggs and the gravy. It was ok. Mainly for breakfast I am just looking at a
roll but mainly coffee. I am not a big breakfast person in the am. My stay was good. I will be back again if I am in the area.
Had a good pool, worthwhile breakfast, easy wifi, and close enough to actual Memphis to make crossing the bridge over the river and into the next state just plain fun. Easy trailer parking out back too
Was looking for a cheap but good place to stay for one night driving through Memphis. Great place for the price. Looks like an old motel that was turned into a hotel. Room was a little small but had everything we needed and the bedding's SMELLED
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short drive from hotel
Kooky Kanook Restaurant is amazing in downtown Memphis
The room was nice. What bothered me was when I checked in I had to sign a statement that I did not have a pet with me, and that I would not smoke in the room.
(Something like a $250 if I got caught doing either one).
In the room a memo told me
that when I checked out to turn off the AC/heat, and to turn off the TV and all the lights.
It's like the Third Reich is alive and well at the Ramada in West Memphis.