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Built in 1925, The Peabody Memphis is most famous for its Peabody ducks, which live at the hotel, and march around the fountain twice a day, accompanied by the Duckmaster. There’s also a (duck-free) indoor heated pool, a spa and a salon.
A cosy room that takes influence from the hotel’s history, these rooms are elegant and modern with one queen Peabody Dream Bed and a 42-inch flat screen TV.
With two double Peabody Dream beds and a living area, these rooms boast Egyptian cotton sheets and dual chamber-down pillows, as well as a 42-inch TV and motion sensor floor lights.
Executive King Room
Bright and spacious, these rooms feature one king size Peabody Dream Bed plus a living area with a sofa and writing desk. There’s also a 42-inch flat screen TV and motion sensor floor lighting.
Additional room types available. Chat to your lovely Travel Consultant to find the perfect room to suit you, and let us tailor-make it easy.
The Peabody Memphis offers two restaurants, the Capriccio Grill Restaurant, which serves sizzling steaks and huge bowls of pasta, and the rather classy Chez Philippe, which offers a French-Asian fusion menu that includes such delights as the royal wagyu truffle burger served with butter-poached lobster and parmesan black truffle fries.
Ask our Flight Centre Concierge team about booking your restaurants in advance.
Why we recommend The Peabody Memphis
Not only is this hotel a historic Memphis landmark but it’s also only a five-minute walk to the Beale Street entertainment district, making it one of the best located in the city. Treat yourself to an elegant dining experience at Chez Philippe, where southern splendour meets classic French cuisine. And don’t miss the resident ducks’ march through the hotel to the lobby fountain twice daily.
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