Located in Downtown Memphis, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Tennessee State Welcome Center, Fire Museum of Memphis, and Orpheum Theatre. Sun Studio is 1.7 ...
Hands down this is the most unique hotel I have stayed in. Highly recommend.
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from Graceland and 2.4 mi (3.8 km) from Full Gospel Tabernacle Church. Stax Museum of American Soul ...
The staff made us feel like we were inconveniencing every time we interacted with them. It took us hours to get in touch with concierges to purchase shuttle tickets. Someone tried to enter our room around 4:00 in the afternoon. Only had decaf coffee in our room & no washcloths.
Located in the heart of downtown Memphis, this 8-story Doubletree hotel is 1 block from Beale Street, 2 blocks from the FedEx Forum, and 4 miles from Memphis ...
This was a nice hotel in downtown Memphis. They probably need to upgrade the rugs in the rooms soon. The staff was great. The valet service was slow at times, not sure why but other than that it was a good place, I would stay again.
Built in 1925, the 464-room Peabody Memphis is located in the heart of "Blues City," within blocks of Beale Street, the Gibson Guitar Factory, and Sun ...
Enjoyed the hotel and the personnel. My first room was not acceptable but upon my request to move to another room I was immediately taken care of. We were in a group of 8 and we all enjoyed Memphis.
This downtown Memphis hotel is set 1 block from the Memphis Cook Convention Center and 1 mile from FedExForum and Beale Street.
Was in town for BMA's . We tried the Crown Plaza instead of the host hotel. Nice place, not bad food . Will be staying there next year.
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 1.5 mi (2.3 km) from Graceland and within 6 mi (10 km) of Full Gospel Tabernacle Church and Stax Museum of American ...
Room was very clean and comfortable. Airport shuttle driver even offered to wait for us while we returned the rental car, while he led the way to airport. Location was about half mile from freeway exit, so very easy to find.
Located in Downtown Memphis, this motel is within a 15-minute walk of Peabody Ducks, Orpheum Theatre, and Fire Museum of Memphis. Sun Studio and Stax Museum ...
Super friendly staff, affordable, clean. Was able to walk everywhere from here.... Except Graceland.....The guy at the front desk called a shuttle that picked me up and dropped me off. Peabody and Sun Studios are a couple blocks away in opposite directions. Beale Street is about a 5 minute walk.
Situated in Memphis, this hotel is 1.1 mi (1.8 km) from Golf and Games Family Park and within 6 mi (10 km) of Battlefront Lasertag and Paintball and Shelby Farms ...
I was rather nervous about it given it was cheap relative to other hotels in the area but was pretty happy with my stay. Room was neat, bed comfortable, and area looked safe. The walls are rather thin but I didn't have noisy neighbors so that wasn't a problem. The complimentary breakfast is ...
This all-suite Memphis hotel is within one-half mile of the Mississippi River Museum at Mud Island, AutoZone Park, Magevney House, and the attractions of Beale ...
Easy walking distance to Beale St., Sports center, places to eat
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 2.4 mi (3.9 km) from Graceland and within 6 mi (10 km) of Stax Museum of American Soul Music and Full Gospel Tabernacle ...
All I expected for our comfort during our overnight stay was here. The room was large, clean and we'll maintained. Breakfast was ample. Very friendly cheerful staff who went out of their way to attend to our needs. The convenience (close to the airport) and price were excellent. Highly ...
Memphis has been the home of musical greats like Aretha Franklin and Elvis Presley, as well as legendary actors like Morgan Freeman. It consequently has historic attractions and entertainment for varying tastes, from Graceland to Sun Studioswhere rock 'n' roll was born. Take a closer look at how the classics were recorded before sampling some Memphis meats in smokehouses serving up barbequed pork, or burger joints where juicy beef is griddled to perfection. Travel back through time at the National Civil Rights Museum, or take the kids to the Children's Museum of Memphis for exhibits, events and games. Memphis in Tennessee is an eclectic city of literature, arts, food and culture that's ideal for families, backpackers or couples.
For a well-rounded visit to Memphis, it is highly recommended that you plan your visit during May. Beale Street Music Festival, Sunset Symphony, World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest and International Week all combine to help make Memphis in May what it is today. Going on for more than 30 years, this celebration exhibits the best of the South. See “Ms. Piggie,” where contestants dress as pigs and put on stage performances of all kinds; the Barbecue Cooking Contest; or head to the popular Best Booth.
Most Memphis hotels will have brochures with dates and sometimes even coupons for the events going on during Memphis in Mayjust ask on arrival.
For those who wish to enjoy a more artistically-focused event, the Cooper-Young Festival is a suggested alternative. Held in Midtown Memphis, local musicians take to the stage while stalls sell arts and crafts, and kids can enjoy a dedicated children’s play zone. Taking place in September as the leaves start to turn from green to gold, the Cooper-Young Festival is an indoor event, keeping any weather complications from getting in the way of a weekend of Memphis heritage.
Jazz shaped quite a bit of America during the 1920's, and Memphis had a large part to play in shaping jazz. Memphis, along with Montreal, New York City, New Orleans and a few other cities, is one of the major jazz cities of the world. If music from big names like Duke, Gillespie and Monk makes you want to shake a leg, then visiting Memphis during the International Jazz Festival is a definite “must” during your visit.
Perhaps the most well-known attraction in Memphis; Graceland, a large mansion owned by Elvis Presley, is the most-visited private home in America and sits on the National Register of Historic Places. Visit this huge estate, and make yourself at one with “The King.” Walk through the hallways and rooms that once rang out to the sound of his music and enjoy a well-maintained part of pop culture's history.
Exhibits, audiovisual displays and dioramas are just the beginning at The Pink Palace Museum. See the unique full-sized exhibit of Clarence Saunders' Piggly Wiggly, the country's first grocery store, and journey through natural history as well as tales of settlers around Memphis and the industries within the region.
Memphis has mild winters, peaking at about 42 degrees Fahrenheit. The summer months are hot, with temperatures in July averaging approximately 83 degrees. Random storms can cause hail, flooding and strong winds, so bring a weatherproof jacket. In November, December, March, April and May, Memphis experiences the highest amount of rainfall. However, precipitation is fairly evenly spread throughout the year.
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