The Memphis, TN Area
Our award-winning hotel welcomes you to Bluff City. Whether you are in town for work or leisure, our conveniently located hotel, minutes off Interstate 40 and downtown, is sure to fit all of your needs while you stay in the metro area. We were the first of our kind to be certified Energy-Star efficient by the EPA, so you can rest easy knowing your stay with us is also benefitting the environment! All the excitement of the River City is at your fingertips when you stay here, just leave the rest to our award-winning staff.
The Bluff City has played an enormous part in shaping the nation’s cultural fabric for years. Our hotel offers you ultimate convenience in discovering one of the birthplaces of the blues, gospel music, rock and roll, and soul music. Graceland, the home of Elvis Presley, is a short drive from, as is the Stax Museum of American Soul Music. Adjacent to our hotel is the sprawling Shelby Farms, one of the country’s largest urban parks and perfect for a stroll. No visit would be complete without touching the mighty Mississippi with your fingers, making your way along bluesy Beale street, or sampling some delicious Memphis style barbeque.
Hotel Services and Amenities
Conveniently situated seconds off I-40, the Issac Hayes Memorial Highway, and only minutes from downtown, our hotel is your premier destination. Our EPA Certified Energy-Star green award-winning hotel welcomes you with huge, clean and well-appointed guest rooms and suites. Take a load off in your room with free Wi-Fi for all your social networking and emailing needs, and a 42” flat-screen TV. Active guests will love the 24-hour fitness center, uniquely refreshing saltwater indoor pool, and a relaxing session in the spa afterwards. In the morning, fuel up with a delectable free Bright Side Breakfast® of waffles, fresh fruit, muffins, all-you-can-eat juice and coffee.
Memphis, TN Attractions
Music fan mecca, our area is the birthplace of nearly six different genres of music alive and well today. Beale Street -- “Home of the Blues,” is a must-see attraction; so grab a drink or bar-hop all night. Likewise, a visit to Graceland is absolutely necessary. Wander through The King’s estate and marvel at his legendary sequined get-ups and guitars, and make sure to dip your hand in the Mississippi River, as it flows serenely through town. As a hub for African-American culture, visitors flock to the National Civil Rights Museum and the Stax Museum of American Soul Music. There are countless other museums dotting the city, so leave plenty of time to cover all of them. Lastly, you can’t leave without a Memphis-style BBQ feast. It’s as delicious as the music.