The Peabody Memphis is ideally located in the center of downtown Memphis, Tennessee. Surrounded by the colorful cultural history of the city, guests will find a rich tradition of hospitality and glamour beneath the hotel's iconic neon sign.
A member of the prestigious Historic Hotels of America, the original Peabody Memphis hotel opened in 1869 at the height of Memphis’ boomtown status. In 1925 the hotel moved to its current location and expanded to include boutiques and ballrooms that quickly became the talk of the town. The hotel closed in the 1970s, but was saved from the wrecking ball by the Belz family and painstakingly restored to its former grandeur. All of the charm and elegance of the original hotel shines through today, embodying Southern hospitality in style.
Rooms and suites at The Peabody Memphis hotel pay homage to its illustrious past with their thoughtful interiors. Smartly appointed with custom furnishings and supple fabrics, no detail has been overlooked. Modern technologies integrate seamlessly amidst the classic beauty. Wireless Internet access is included complimentary, as are a docking station for your smartphone and a flat screen television with on-demand movies and music.
Guests looking to celebrate special occasions in utter romance should consider the Romeo and Juliet suites: each is an airy two-story abode with a dramatic spiral staircase leading to a loft bedroom. A selection of Celebrity Suites and the resplendent Presidential Suite round out the luxurious options, inclusive of separate living and dining spaces and expanded floorplans.
Sublime southern cuisine and refined dining experiences are the hallmarks of The Peabody Memphis restaurants. Find an award-winning Old South atmosphere at Chez Philippe, taste the best steaks in Memphis at Capriccio Grill, or indulge in daily afternoon English tea service or a Sunday brunch. You may also whet your appetite for cocktails and wines at the cozy Peabody Corner Bar, famous for its Jack Daniel’s-inspired menu.
Its neon lights have long been a fixture on the Memphis skyline, but the grand lobby holds another endearing treasure: five North American mallards. Led by the Peabody Duckmaster, the resident waterfowl parade down their red carpet twice a day to take a dip in the opulent travertine fountain. This tradition is one of the many reasons The Peabody Memphis hotel is a destination coveted by travelers from around the world.Request Information