Home of blues, soul & rock 'n' roll
Doubletree by Hilton Memphis Downtown
Stay in the centre of Memphis, where you’re within walking distance from Tennessee’s most popular attractions including the famous Beale Street.
The Guest House at Graceland
A Graceland getaway Elvis would be proud of, featuring an outdoor pool, Beale Street shuttle and VIP suites with design overlooked by Priscilla Presley.
The Peabody Memphis
Epitomising exceptional service and distinctive sophistication, The Peabody is a Memphis icon. Perfectly placed to explore history, music and culture in the “Home of the Blues”.
Visit Graceland, the home of Elvis
A mansion standing on its own estate in Memphis, Graceland was once owned by legendary singer Elvis Presley, and is an unmissable destination for any music fan, let alone an Elvis fan. Walk the halls that he called home, seeing the beautiful mansion and gardens for yourself, even taking a tour of the aeroplane that carried him across his own musical tours. Discover the life and legacy of this iconic man for yourself and learn why the world loved his music.
National Civil Rights Museum and Lorraine Motel
Standing as the place of Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination, the Lorraine Motel became strongly transformed by the memory of the incredible man who died here. Once the Marquette Hotel, the Lorraine Motel is now the National Civil Rights Museum, telling the history of the American Civil Rights Movement via a combination of presentations, exhibits and experiences. Truly an iconic museum, no trip to Memphis would be complete without a visit here.
Spend the night on Beale Street
One of the most iconic streets in the US, Beale Street comprises three blocks of liveliness and colour, with an atmosphere that is not to be missed. Music lovers and party animals will adore everything it has to offer, from the numerous night clubs to the the incredible diversity of musical genres that thrive in every corner. Dotted with delicious restaurants and cafés, shops, museums and more, this street is the beating heart of Memphis, and a worthy destination for anyone who holidays in the area.