The Peabody Memphis
The iconic Peabody Memphis near vibrant Beale Street has been treating guests to refined Southern charm since 1869. The grand brick building, once a favorite haunt of Elvis, is a picture of elegance, with glittering chandeliers and marble columns — all an elaborate backdrop for the famous march of the Peabody ducks, a unique tradition that originated in 1933. When evening comes, watch the sunset over Memphis and listen to music at the rooftop bar before dining on fine French cuisine with a Southern twist at award-winning Chez Philippe.
- Experience the gracious elegance of this Forbes Four-Star and AAA Four Diamond hotel
- Stay in style in one of 464 comfortable guestrooms and suites, including the Romeo and Juliet suite with a living room and spiral staircase
- Watch the much-loved Peabody ducks march through the lobby twice a day
- Eat at the romantic Chez Philippe, the region's only Forbes Four-Star and AAA Four Diamond restaurant featuring classic French fare
- Enjoy exclusive access to The Peabody Athletic Club and pool
- Host your event, wedding, or business conference here with beautiful meeting spaces and a Grand Ballroom that can host more than 2,000 guests
- Explore the home of the Blues from the hotel’s central downtown location near historic sites, shops, restaurants, and world-class museums
The Peabody Memphis has been a fixture of Memphis life for generations, and it remains one today. It is famous for its summer rooftop parties, where live music and cold drinks accompany slow sunsets over the Mississippi River. Dining is a pleasure any time of day; be sure to try the afternoon tea and Sunday brunch. For a relaxed evening, find a quiet corner in the elegant Peabody Corner Bar with your favorite cocktail.
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From the Executive King to the Presidential Suite, the 464 stylish guestrooms and suites of The Peabody Memphis are elegant and classic. Dark-wood headboards and heavy drapes combine with modern amenities such as motion-sensor floor lighting and smartphone docks, and the hotel's sense of fun comes through in duck-shaped soaps and duck-print bath mats. Drift off to sleep between Egyptian cotton sheets; in the morning, start the day with a coffee on your luxurious button-back sofa. For extra romance, try a Romeo and Juliet suite with a two-story parlor, spiral staircase, loft bedroom, and either a wet bar or fireplace.
Book a Peabody Club guestroom for a private concierge, complimentary breakfast, drinks, and snacks, or enjoy star treatment in a Celebrity Suite, complete with a formal dining area. You can make use of the on-site business center with FedEx facilities, or stay smart with same-day laundry and shoeshine services.
Chez Philippe is one of the best fine-dining French restaurants in Tennessee, while the all-day Capriccio Grill offers a more relaxed atmosphere with a menu of steaks, seafood, and Italian favorites. Have coffees and cocktails at Peabody Deli & Desserts and the hotel’s two bars. Room service is available 24 hours a day.
Chez Philippe – The only restaurant in the region to earn a Forbes Four-Star and AAA Four Diamond rating, Chez Philippe is ornate and elegant, with golden columns and fresco paintings. Executive chef Andreas Kisler serves classics such as pork á l’orange, seared scallops, and crab cakes, plus a refined English afternoon tea.
Capriccio Grill – Start the day with a Duckmaster’s Breakfast in this casual eatery, stop by at lunchtime for classic Southern shrimp and grits, or round off an evening with a succulent steak. On Sundays, linger over brunch with eggs benedict, smoked salmon, and Champagne.
Peabody Deli & Desserts – Grab a coffee and a pastry from Peabody Deli & Desserts, or brighten up your afternoon with a zesty lemon meringue pie. Coffee is complimentary before 9 am.
The Lobby Bar – Situated at the heart of the Grand Lobby, this is one of the best places to soak up the unique atmosphere of The Peabody Memphis — and it gives you a front-row seat for the march of the Peabody ducks. Order a Peabody Old Fashioned or private-label wine, sit back, and enjoy.
Peabody Corner Bar – Sip a signature Jack Daniel’s Peach Sour in this casual, cozy bar, popular for after-work cocktails. Enjoy live music on Fridays and Saturdays.
Watch the famous duck march, when The Peabody Memphis's resident ducks walk from their rooftop house to the Grand Lobby's marble fountain. It's a Memphis institution, and you can find out how the tradition began with a one-hour tour led by a Peabody Duckmaster. Afterward, work out at the gym, swim in the indoor, Grecian-style pool, or shop at the hotel's upmarket clothing store, Lansky at The Peabody. For relaxation, try an Ashiatsu Barefoot Massage, a signature treatment at the luxurious Feathers Spa.
Head to iconic Beale Street for barbecue ribs at the award-winning Pig on Beale Street, before soaking up that famous Memphis sound at the original B. B. King’s Blues Club. Next, visit Sun Studio, where Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, and Jerry Lee Lewis made musical history, or explore Graceland and another side of American history at the National Civil Rights Museum.
The Peabody Memphis
The Peabody Memphis is in downtown Memphis, Tennessee, right in the heart of the city. The hotel is just one block from the Mississippi River, a few minutes’ walk from historic Beale Street and the FedEx Forum arena — home of the Memphis Grizzlies — and conveniently placed to explore the city's musical heritage.
Memphis International Airport is 11 mi / 17 km from the hotel.