The Peabody Hotel has played host to its fair share of musical icons and memorable moments during a nearly 150-year history, from pioneering radio broadcasts to impromptu big-band concerts, overcoming the damaging effects of urban decline and, ultimately, evolving into quite simply a memorable, charming and luxurious place to stay while visiting the Bluff City. Superbly mixing 50s style with its far-older original structure, modern touches in the guestrooms, an irresistible indoor swimming pool and gym, the Peabody does so to encapsulate that all-American spirit of rock ‘n’ roll and good times aplenty. The overall decor scheme of the property is undeniably grand and reflective of the Peabody’s previous heyday, though there is more on offer here than simply nostalgia, with a superb rooftop bar, restaurants serving fantastic, critically acclaimed food, and signature Feathers Spa onsite, adding a few extra layers to the hotel’s already apparent comfort levels. With Beale Street, Sun Studios and all that Memphis has to offer within touching distance of your front door, there is little not to love when it comes to this historic gem.
Heated indoor swimming pool
Hot tub and steam room
Spa and beauty salon
Services and Facilities
Hotel history tour (payable locally)
Laundry and dry-cleaning service
Chez Philippe: Oozing with Old South grandeur, this decadent AAA Four-Diamond rating restaurant (among other notable awards) is bedecked in ornate columns and silken drapes. Don’t miss the English afternoon tea, offering three courses of tempting delights.
Capriccio Grill: A brassiere-style eatery serving up hearty dishes in a more casual environment. Succulent steaks, freshly-caught seafood and moreish pasta are just some of the staples on the menu. The Sunday Brunch is too good to resist, an indulgent affair with flowing Champagne.
Peabody Deli: Serving sugary treats, coffees and breakfast 7-days a week.
Lobby Bar: The hours can easily slip away at The Peabody’s Lobby Bar, with superb martinis to drink within a handsome lounge atmosphere. It's also the perfect place to watch the famed March of the Peabody Ducks as well.
Peabody Corner Bar: A low-lit space that’s perfect for aperitifs and sophisticated snacks. There’s a special happy hour on every day of the week, from Pizza Mondays to Wine Wednesdays.