Whether you’re headed to Memphis for the first time or returning to visit your favorite city hot spots, the question of where to stay is an easy one. These Airbnbs offer private, affordable lodging that will make your stay in Memphis comfortable and convenient.
Artsy-Spacious Midtown Cooper-Young & Overton Sq.
At 3,400 square feet (316 square meters), this Midtown home can accommodate up to 12 adult guests. An upstairs master bedroom offers a king-size waterbed, sleeping love seat, mini-fridge, microwave, a 65″ television, and an office. The guest bedroom has a queen-size bed, a sleepable couch, a 32″ television, a mini-fridge, and a dresser. There are 1.5 bathrooms available, a washer and dryer for use, and a sunroom that can sleep two. Outside, a BBQ pit and hammock are available for guests to use, and the driveway can fit as many as eight cars.
Cost per night: $127
Midtown Home for Your Comfort
Just 10 minutes from downtown, this Midtown home is close to Overton Square, as well as several area attractions. The unit features a private bedroom and a shared bathroom. Guests have access to the living room, dining room, and kitchen. Continental breakfast includes coffee, hot tea, and bagels. Dog lovers will enjoy Asher, the home’s retriever, who greets all guests and will be around during their stay. Those who do not like dogs should not book this property.
Cost per night: $38
Midtown My Town! 2BR Funky and Charming Bungalow
Surrounded by historic neighborhoods and attractions, this two-bedroom home offers a queen-size bed, a single bed, and a sofa bed. A full kitchen, dining room and front room are available, as well as a washer and dryer. Eco-friendly heating and cooling are provided, as well as WiFi and Netflix. The only part of the house that is off limits is the attic. Also available to guests is a guidebook that is often updated with recommendations on restaurants, shops, and local attractions.
Cost per night: $94
Memphis Record House Hostel, Room 1
This unit provides a private bedroom with a queen-size bed, along with natural lighting and colorful décor. Guests use a key code for entry to offer convenience. A kitchen and bathroom are also available. The host wants all guests to feel right at home, so this property is compared to a self-service hotel.
Cost per night: $20
Safe and Sunny Studio, Private Entrance
Located in the shopping district of Memphis, this second-floor apartment has two rooms separated by a hallway and bathroom. The bedroom has a queen-size bed, a dresser, and a closet. The bathroom includes a shower, a tub, shampoo, and soap. The unit comes equipped with a kitchenette, a couch, television, WiFi, and a full-size air mattress. There is plenty of on-street parking, and the hosts live downstairs, easily accessible by phone or text.
Cost per night: $69
Cosy 2 BR Cooper-Young apartment #1
Just a three-minute walk from several bars and restaurants, this newly refurbished apartment sits in the Cooper-Young neighborhood. The ground floor unit has two bedrooms and one bathroom, as well as a living room with a sofa bed. Both bedrooms come with queen-size beds, and the layout of the unit is best for families or close friends; the two bedrooms provide access to other areas of the apartment. A shared laundry facility is available at the rear of the building.
Cost per night: $97
Charming New Cosy Safe Location Modern Graceland
Located in Midtown, this one-bedroom unit is part of a duplex that was renovated in 2017. It is within walking distance to several eateries and attractions and is on a quiet, private street. Guests have access to the entire home, which includes a new kitchen, modern amenities, and on-site laundry.
Cost per night: $89
With a private bedroom and bathroom, this unit is just minutes from downtown Memphis and within walking distance to many bars and restaurants, as well as the Cooper-Young neighborhood. The upstairs space where guests stay has a mini-fridge, television, and a sitting area. Netflix and WiFi are available. Two small dogs live on the first floor and are happy to play and interact with guests.
Cost per night: $65
The Hanging Bed Room
Just two miles (3.2 kilometers) from the airport and 10 miles (16 kilometers) from Midtown, this unit offers a private bedroom and bathroom with shared living space. A queen-size memory foam mattress is available on the swinging bed, and guests can enjoy watching television or playing video games. Guests have access to all parts of the home—including the kitchen—except for the bedrooms where other guests are staying. There are sometimes dogs on the property, as the hosts used to run a dog training program and still have a few lingering clients.
Cost per night: $40
Home Away from Home Living
This large, five-bedroom home has three and a half bathrooms to accommodate large groups. Bedrooms have king- and queen-size beds, as well as dressers. Comfortable couches are in the living room, and a pool table is available for guests to enjoy. Guests have access to the full kitchen and can watch television from the kitchen or living room.
Cost per night: $195