149 Union Avenue
Memphis, TN 38103
Nightly Rates: ( 180.00 - 345.00 )
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the 14-story luxury hotel is an excellent example of Italian Renaissance Revival architecture and is rich in the imagery of the early 20th century Delta region. It is home to the Peabody Marching Ducks, who travel to and from the Grand Lobby fountain everyday at 11AM and 5PM, in a ritual that has become internationally famous. The Peabody recently completed a top-to-bottom, multi-million dollar renovation that included all guest rooms and public spaces. Located in the heart of downtown, The Peabody is just three blocks from Beale Street.
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· American Dollars is the native currency.
· Check in time is 4PM
· Check out time is 11AM
· Time Zone is Central Standard Time
· Opened in 1869
· Renovated in 2000
· 468 rooms.
· 0 suites.
· 0 floors.
From Airport To Hotel - Start Out Going East On Union Ave/TN-3 Towards S 3rd St. TN-14 N By Turning Right 0.4 Mi. Union Ave./TN-3 Becomes Union Ave.-Us-70/Us-79 0.5 Mi. Turn Right Onto Myrtle St 0.1 Mi Turn Slight Left Onto Beale St. 0.1 Mi Turn Right Onto Walnut St. 0.2 Mi. Turn Left Onto Linden Ave./TN-278 0.2 Mi. Turn Right Onto East St. 0.1 Mi. Turn Left Onto Peabody Ave. 0.1 Mi. Turn Right Onto S Dudley St. 0.1 Mi. Turn Left Onto E Eh Crump Blvd/TN-4 0.2 Mi. E Eh Crump Blvd/TN4 Becomes Lamar Ave/Us-78/ TN-4 0.1 Mi. Take The I-240 S Ramp 0.2 Mi Merge Onto I-240 S 3.9 Mi. Take The I-55 Exit Exit Number 25 A Towards Jackson Miss. 0.2 Mi. Merge Onto I-55 S 0.8 Mi. Take The Exit 0.2 Mi. Merge Onto E Brooks Road 1.6 Mi. Turn Slight Right 0.1 Mi. Overnight Valet parking charge $15.00 overnight and Self parking $10.00 overnight.
Memphis International Airport
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Enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner served in a chic, relaxing atmosphere. Innovative American cuisine with fresh fish and salads, grilled slabs of Black Angus beef and aromatic pasta dishes, mouth-watering appetizers and an impressive American wine list make Dux everyone's favorite restaurant. Open seven days a week.
A classic French approach to marrying ingredients from around the world distinguishes Chez Philippe cuisine as Memphis' finest. Game meats, seafood, exotic spices and the freshest ingredients are combined in inspiring gourmet fare and served in an opulent setting. Dinner only Monday - Saturday.Mallards
A daily pasta-soup-salad lunch buffet, outstanding burgers, seafood and mesquite grilled steaks and a New Orleans style shrimp and oyster bar -- all in a neighborhood pub setting. Catch the big game on our mondo screen tv and additional tv monitors. Open Monday - Saturday.Cafe Expresso
Sample mile-high deli sandwhiches, soups, salads and famous Peabody pastries. Enjoy beer, wine, cappucino or espresso while indulging in sinful desserts such as the irresistable White Chocolate Charloote with rasberry sauce. Open daily for breakfast, lunch, dinner and after-theater specials.
32 Meeting Rooms accommodate groups from 10 to 1,600.* Full business center and audiovisual service in-house.
A self-contained business facility featuring 12 private luxury meeting rooms.Memphis Ballroom
12,900 square feet.Tennessee Exhibition Hall
10,200 square feet.Continental Ballroom
5,264 square feet.
The Peabody Athletic Club features an indoor heated pool, sauna, steam room, massage therapist on-call, tanning, cardiovascular equipment, and a full circuit of Nautilus equipment and free weights.
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