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The 10 Best Hotels In Memphis, Tennessee
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The 10 Best Hotels In Memphis, Tennessee

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Updated: 9 February 2017
Memphis, Tennessee is home to some of the finest and most revolutionary musicians. There is definitely great history and culture to be discovered in this vibrant city, as well as a fun nightlife to be experienced. Here we present the best Memphis hotels, in order to ensure your stay is as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.
Memphis by night | © Jeremy Sorrells/Flickr
Memphis by night | © Jeremy Sorrells/Flickr
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The Peabody Memphis

The Peabody is a thirteen-story hotel in the heart of Memphis. It’s a beautiful, vintage looking building with a classic red sign reading ‘The Peabody’ on top of the hotel. Besides looks, the Peabody’s location is functional for visiting by being a block away from the historic Beale Street. This is a glamorous four-star hotel that also has an ideal location.

The Peabody Memphis, 149 Union Ave, Memphis, TN, USA, +1 901-529-4000

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The Madison Hotel

Another luxury hotel in the heart of downtown Memphis, the Madison is a vintage high-rise with a modern interior. The Madison offers comfortably sleek rooms with a guaranteed view. Accommodations include spa & fitness center, room service, and friendly staff. Aside from comfort, the hotel’s location is a few minutes walk away from the most enticing Memphis destinations.

The Madison Hotel, 79 Madison Ave, Memphis, TN, USA, +1 901-333-1200

The Madison | © Sean Davis/Flickr
The Madison | © Sean Davis/Flickr
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The James Lee House

Occupying a Victorian mansion, the James Lee House is a beautiful bed & breakfast located near downtown Memphis. Located right next to the Woodruff-Fontaine House (which is known for ghost rumors and its historic past), the James Lee House is second for the most historical presence on the street. This is a beautifully historic place for a relaxing and cultural experience.

The James Lee House, 690 Adams Ave, Memphis, TN, USA, +1 901-359-6750

James Lee House | © Eric Allix Rogers/Flickr
James Lee House | © Eric Allix Rogers/Flickr
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Westin Memphis Beale Street

The Westin on Beale Street is arguably the best hotel to stay at in Memphis because of its location. The rooms are modern and luxurious, along with the usual (and plentiful) amenities. However, being situated right on Beale Street is reason enough to stay. With numerous restaurant and day & evening activities that Beale Street offers, the Westin is a convenient yet comfortable option.

The Westin Memphis Beale Street, 170 Lt. George W. Lee Avenue, Memphis, TN, USA, +1 901-334-5900

The Westin Beale Street | © Ron Cogswell/Flickr
The Westin Beale Street | © Ron Cogswell/Flickr
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Talbot Heirs Guesthouse

Talbot Heirs Guesthouse is a funky bed & breakfast situated right in downtown Memphis. This is an ideal location to escape from the conventionality of chain hotels. With eight different suites, each room is decorated differently, but every room has a homey and elegant touch. Accommodations include a full breakfast every morning, along with wi-fi and kitchen access. In addition to this unique alternative, the location offers convenient access to all the major downtown sites.

Talbot Heirs Guesthouse, 99 S 2nd St, Memphis, TN, USA, +1 901-527-9772

Talbot Heirs Guesthouse | © Memphis CVB/Flickr
Talbot Heirs Guesthouse | © Memphis CVB/Flickr
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The River Inn of Harbor Town

The River Inn is a boutique hotel that blends its Southern roots with European comfort. This inn is old-fashioned with its comfortable, vintage furniture and elegance. Situated on the Mississippi River, the River Inn of Harbor Town is scenic as much as it is urban. It offers the best of both worlds through both its scenic views and downtown location.

River Inn of Harbor Town, 50 Harbor Town Square, Memphis, TN, USA, +1 901-260-3333

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Roulhac Mansion

This historic mansion presently operates as a bed & breakfast, right in downtown Memphis. It’s petite and intimate, only having five suites. Two of these suites are private homes behind the main estate, which offers seclusion and independence. Full breakfasts are included every morning, and there’s access to a dining and parlor room. Nearby tourist destinations include the Museum of American Soul Music and Graceland.

Roulhac Mansion, 810 E McLemore Ave, Memphis, TN, USA, +1 800-883-5012

Roulhac Mansion room | © Andy!/Flickr
Roulhac Mansion room | © Andy!/Flickr
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Hilton Memphis

Set in a large, modern building, the Hilton Memphis is unique to its other chain hotels. It offers personalized suites along with conventional rooms. However, the Hilton Memphis is mainly ideal for its location close to downtown Memphis.

Hilton Memphis, 939 Ridge Lake Blvd, Memphis, TN, USA, +1 901-684-6664

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The Marriott Memphis

The Marriott Memphis East is a modern, colorful hotel that is centered in the downtown area. It’s a two-minute drive from the Memphis Botanical Gardens and the Memphis Zoo. This is an ideal destination for families and quieter vacations. However, it is near Beale Street and other lively downtown hubs.

Marriott Memphis East, 5795 Poplar Ave, Memphis, TN, USA, +1 901-682-0080

Beale Street, Memphis | © Thomas Hawk/Flickr
Beale Street, Memphis | © Thomas Hawk/Flickr
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Hampton Inn Beale Street

Essentially right on top of Beale Street, this Hampton Inn is an ideal resting place for afternoon & nightlife vacations. It’s a modern layout featuring a dining room, swimming pool, and fitness center. The hotel is half a block away from Beale Street and all that encompasses the historic district.

Hampton Inn Beale Street, 175 Peabody Pl, Memphis, TN, USA, +1 901-260-400