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Over The Peabody Memphis
Legendarisch, charmant, elegant en groots zijn bijvoeglijke naamwoorden die perfect dit luxe hotel typeren, waar de zuidelijke gastvrijheid u omarmt. De centrale ligging temidden van attracties als Beale Street, het Memphis Rock N Soul Museum, de Gibson Guitar Factory en Sun Studio doen bijna vergeten dat het hotel een populaire attractie op zich is. De beroemde Peabody Ducks marcheren dagelijks van en naar de Grand Lobby, een traditie die teruggaat tot 1933!
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Gelegen in het hart van Memphis, temidden van de grote attracties.
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• 2 Bars
Drie bekende personen uit onze geschiedenis hebben een zeer belangrijke bijdrage geleverd aan de ontwikkeling van deze stad. Het Human Rights Museum is hier gevestigd als eerbetoon aan Dr. Martin Luther King. Graceland, eens het thuis van Elvis is een bedevaartplaats geworden en B.B. King vertegenwoordigde waar Memphis voor staat, ‘The Rhythm & Blues’. U vindt er de Sun Studio, waar vele bekende artiesten hun carrière zijn begonnen.
"Three days in Memphis"
We just returned from a bucket list trip to Memphis. Checked off the National Civil Rights Museum, Graceland and the Peabody ducks. The Peabody Hotel exceeded our expectations. Upon arrival we were upgraded from a regular king to a large corner king with a nice sofa and chair in the sitting area. The Lobby bar was excellent and very busy. Complimentary morning coffee and tea was available in the deli. Dinner in the Capricio Grill was very good. We went Italian rather than steaks. Hotel could not have been better maintained. And all staff we encountered and fellow guests were very friendly. Costs were reasonable for this type of Hotel.
"Great location masks some needed improvements"
First things first: this is the jewel of Memphis. Great location to hit all the downtown highlights, go to a game/concert at FedExForum, or even walk to somewhere like Sun Studios. The ducks will march twice a day and you've got that early 1900s grand lobby waiting for you every day. But once you go upstairs...things go south. Be very, very careful when booking your room. Some are tiny, and the bathrooms are even smaller. I believe this may be the smallest hotel room in which I have stayed anywhere in the world, and I know for sure the bathroom is the smallest I have ever seen. When the toilet juts out past the door opening, you know we're talking small. Housekeeping was fairly unresponsive and out of four different rooms in our party, three had water issues and/or heating and cooling issues. With a hotel with this much history, you know there is going to be some wide variation in rooms. Pay close attention when booking and you'll be setting yourself up for a decent stay. There is nothing else like the Peabody in Memphis. Whether that's good or bad in your opinion probably depends on the room you book.
Very nice, it was fun seeing the ducks. Room was large and very nice. Had a street view. Was walking distance to FedEx Arena and all of downtown. Lobby bar was crazy busy all day and night - I've never seen a hotel lobby bar so busy like this.
"Some old world charm in a great location but somewhat tired property"
The location and history of the Peabody are terrific. The bell stand was solid but the front desk and other staff were hit or miss. The rooms and amenities need updating. The ducks are a bit tired and the value proposition for room cost to quality is lacking. Uniquely charming because of the ducks and history, yet the hotel needs to beef up the overall amenities and quality of the place
"Oh, the Life of a Duck! "
The Peabody Hotel is one of the Mid-South's jewels. If you are into gilded age architecture, this grand building is a must see. It is a cool, refined place to have a Coke, relax, and plan your day in Memphis. But, since this is the South, y'all need learn to slow y'alls speech and relax a little. And-- y'all probly noticed-- we got our traditions. I'm jes gonna tell it plain, all y'all reading this simply mus' take in the Peabody's most famous tradition. 'Cuz at 11:00 a.m. that pretty gold elevator on the lef is gonna carry Memphis' most famous residents from they penthouse down to see y'all. If it wasn't for all the fanfare, these celebs could be easy ta miss. So, jus' to be sure y'all know they're coming, at 10:45 the bellman will roll out the red carpet, and the suspense will start buildin'. Who is comin'? Is it Elvis, Muddy Waters, Paul Gasol, B.B. King, John Grisham, Project Pat . . . ? Y'all will find out at exactly 11:00 a.m., because Memphis' most famous residents are always on time. At 11, the elevator door will open and Memphis' foot tall, web footed celebrities will show out for all y'all! Quack, quack, here they come! If y'all get to Memphis y'all must go see it. It's one of the South's great traditions.
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