Came to the Peabody to watch the eclipse! We were here at 8:30 a.m. and being more rule follower and not rule breakers, we got in the line as the Peabody staff told us. We were cut off by others in the line and when...More
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About Peabody Hotel
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We went in only for the 11:00am duck red carpet walk and it was done well. The hotel is an historic icon and beautifully decorated. We looked at the relics of time past in the enclosed room on mezzanine floor. Make sure to take the...More
My kids love to see the ducks and we all love to walk around the hotel lobby and check out the gift shop. The hotel is so beautiful and it is always a busy place, with several people having cocktails or just chatting while sitting...More
This place is beautiful! I mean just amazing! The carpet, the architecture, the floor, it's all just wonderful. I came here to see the Peabody ducks and ending up staying and checking out the Lansky brothers shop, which you HAVE to see if you come...More
The Peabody is centrally located in downtown Memphis. The lobby is beautiful, including a water fountain where ducks swim during the daytime. The room was a decent size and clean, however, it could do with some updating. The swimming pool is great for a relaxing...More
Some friends and I went to Memphis for Elvis week 2017, stayed Aug. 12-16th. For the price we paid, it could have been better. The rooms are too small. The restaurants are way overpriced. The staff somewhat made up for the some of the disappointments,...More
We enjoy going sharing the Peabody ducks with our friends who visit Memphis! Going in at Christmas and seeing the decorations, visiting the unique specialty shops and having a drink at the bar while awaiting the parade of ducks. It is a definite must when...More
The grand old hotel of Memphis. If that sense of place or history is what you are looking for this is it. I personally like newer hotels but that is a matter of taste. The ducks are a little gimmicky but kids and families seem...More
Get there early to stake out a seat. Best view from the mezzanine where there are benches. They don't allow standing on the first floor from the seating in the back when the ducks do their thing.