A Historic Hotel in the Heart of Memphis
The Peabody Memphis is ideally situated for visitors exploring the musical city; Beale Street, an energetic stretch packed with blues clubs, barbeque restaurants, and bars is just blocks from the historic hotel. A must-see attraction since the 1930s, The Peabody Memphis presents the March of the Peabody Ducks twice daily at 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. Watch the ducks arrive via red carpet to grace the marble fountain in the historic hotel’s lobby. Learn about the luxury hotel’s history by taking a Peabody history tour offered daily at 11:30 a.m., or shop at Lansky at The Peabody, an upscale clothing store for men and women.
Relax at Gould’s Day Spa & Salon, a full-service spa offering a variety of soothing massages, facials, and other treatments. Work up a sweat at the Peabody Athletic Club, a Certified Nautilus® Training Center with an ornate indoor pool and whirlpool spa.
The Peabody Memphis offers more than 80,000 square feet of event space, including The Grand Ballroom, which can seat more than 1,200 banquet style or 2,100 in theater style seating. The historic Continental Ballroom is a sophisticated space that’s popular for weddings and celebrations, and the Peabody Executive Conference Center is staffed with its own concierge. For 1930s Art Deco style and views of the Mississippi River, the Skyway and Plantation Rooftop fits the bill. The Peabody Memphis’ state-of-the-art business center offers printing, binding, package mailing services through FedEx, photocopiers, and computer workstations.
Activities and attractions near The Peabody Memphis include:
- Beale Street
- AutoZone Park (Memphis Redbirds baseball)
- Belz Museum of Asian & Judaic Art
- Children's Museum of Memphis
- FedEx Forum (Memphis Grizzlies basketball)
- Gibson Guitar Factory and Museum
- Memphis Rock ‘n' Soul Museum
- Memphis Zoo
- National Civil Rights Museum
- Orpheum Theatre
- Peabody Place
- Stax Museum of American Soul Music
- Sun Studio