Hotel options to consider when traveling to Memphis

Whether you’re on your way to Memphis for business or pleasure, one thing’s for sure—you’re going to need a place to stay while you’re in town. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! From budget rooms to stunning luxury accommodations, there are hotel options in Memphis to meet every need. Be sure to check out some of these local favorites:

The Peabody Memphis

This iconic 13-story hotel in the heart of Memphis exudes history and charm. As a piece of Memphis history just a few blocks from Beale Street, the Peabody can’t be beat. And if you have a chance to catch the twice-daily Peabody Duck March, you won’t regret it.

River Inn of Harbor Town

With rooms that somehow manage to feel cozy while being spacious, the River Inn of Harbor Town is one of Memphis’ best-kept secrets. Friendly and attentive staff make your stay a pleasure, and the waterfront view of the Mississippi River is outstanding.

Hu. Hotel

With a modern interior tucked away inside a vintage high-rise, the Hu. Hotel is a comfortable, sleek hotel in the heart of Downtown Memphis. It offers a rooftop lounge with an amazing view, a restaurant and cafe, as well as newly designed guest rooms with 44 suites—everything you need for a luxurious stay.

The James Lee House

This historic bed and breakfast adjacent to Downtown Memphis is located within a stunning Victorian mansion. The architecture alone is worth the visit, but don’t just take our word for it—it’s on the National Register of Historic Places. What’s more, the James Lee House is located right next to the equally historic Woodruff-Fontaine House, which may or may not be haunted.

Westin Memphis Beale Street

The Westin on Beale is modern, comfortable and luxurious, and its location simply can’t be beat. Bask in the splendid views and enjoy the convenience of being just a five-minute walk from the attractions on Beale Street.

Big Cypress Lodge

This rustic retreat inside the Memphis Bass Pro Shops Pyramid offers rooms that resemble versions of hunting cabins and tree houses. Wooden furnishings, stone fireplaces, flat-screen TVs and an on-site restaurant make staying at the Big Cypress Lodge a unique experience.

Talbot Heirs Guesthouse

Amid the variety of chain hotels downtown, the Talbot Heirs Guesthouse stands out by offering funky bed and breakfast accommodations with Wi-Fi, kitchen access and a full breakfast every morning.

Hotel Napoleon

Historic charm and modern amenities come together at Hotel Napoleon, a handsome boutique hotel just a few blocks away from the Mississippi River. Built in 1902, its old-world exterior masks contemporary accommodations, with complimentary Wi-Fi, a mini-fridge and a flat-screen TV in every room, and coffee and cappuccino offered daily in the lobby.

You’ll have no trouble finding a great hotel room in Memphis, Tennessee, and you certainly won’t have a hard time keeping busy while you’re in town. The only challenge is picking a hotel from all the available choices. We wish you the best of luck narrowing down these hotel options in Memphis!

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