Hyatt Place Memphis Primacy Parkway

Address: 1220 Primacy Parkway, Memphis, Tennessee, 38119, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1220 Primacy Parkway, Memphis, is near Memphis Botanic Gardens- Hardin Hall, Dixon Gallery & Gardens, Lichterman Nature Center, and Shelby Farms Stables.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hyatt Place Memphis Primacy Parkway

    Perfekt!

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    Das AmeriSuites/Hyatt Place ist SPITZE! Ich kann es nur weiterempfehlen. Es ist sehr modern und neuwertig. Die Zimmer sind allerdings ziemlich klein, doch sie sind mit 42-Zoll Plasmafernsehern und einer schönen Deko ausgestattet, und das Bett ist unglaublich gemütlich. Man schläft wie auf Wolken. Ich habe meinen Aufenthalt hier richtig genossen. Lediglich ein Telefonbuch fehlte mir auf dem Zimmer, und meiner Meinung nach sollte noch ein zusätzliches Telefon im Eingangsbereich bereitgestellt werden. Trotz der andauernden Sanierungsarbeiten während meines Aufenthalts war es richtig schön.

    J'ai adoré !

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    Les Amerisuites/Hyatt place est un hôtel GÉNIAL ! Je le recommande vivement. C'est tout neuf et très moderne. La chambre est plutôt petite, mais il y avait une immense télé à écran plasma, c'était joliment décoré, et le lit était extrêmement confortable. On a l'impression de dormir sur un nuage. J'ai vraiment apprécié mon séjour ici. Le seul problème c'est que nous n'avions pas de bottin téléphonique dans la chambre, et je pense aussi qu'ils devraient rajouter un téléphone près du bureau qui est juste à l'entrée. Ils étaient encore entrain de rénover les lieux pendant mon séjour, et c'était quand même très agréable.

    Dishonest-Pass this one by!

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    Stayed at Amerisuites as part of a group. Hotel was not very honest about many things. One family in our group had a reservation for a room with two beds and instead got one small bed and a couch. Although the room I received had a broken phone, broken lamps, frayed carpet--after several calls to the front desk, the lamp and phone were fixed. One person had her van broken into in the hotel parking lot while we were there. It was the height of the summer, and they shut down the pool for "repairs" for half of our stay. The hotel was nice enough to reduce our rate to compensate for this, but claimed they had no idea that the pool was going to be repaired--when we had been talking to them about bringing a group with children there for nearly 6 months. That is either exceedingly poor planning or very bad communication--either one is hardly forgivable. Fortunately some members of our group stayed at a nearby hotel called the Park Place--which was very nice, very clean and allowed us to go use their pool. They had a better rate and a more updated hotel too!

    Pleasant stay - would recommend

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    I stayed at the Amerisuites Primacy hotel from June 15th - 24th. Breakfast was average ( same as most hotels I've stayed at) . The management was very friendly ( Tim) and the rest of the desk staff always said hi, or greeted you. Any requests were promptly answered and the room was clean. The pool was being refinished while I was there so the only thing I can say was it was looking good when I left. The location is great if you want easy access to many restaurants. Amerigos ( some of the best Italian food I have had, and that's saying something from someone who visits the North End of Boston frequently) , PF Changs, Taco Bell, Mc Donalds, Southern cuisine rest. Cockeyed Camel rest & bar. Owen Brennans, Ruths Cris, Coldstone ice cream etc are within easy walking distance. I felt safe at the hotel, the area is upscale with other hotel chains nearby. The St Francis Hospital is right across the street, and it's huge and well patrolled. I did not hear one ambulance screaming while I was there. Overall I would use the hotel again after staying at many hotels in Memphis.

    Will not use this hotel again

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    I have stayed at this hotel many times. Yes the location is good and it is close to shopping and restaurants. The last time I stayed, which was in December, my car along with 4 other cars in the parking lot were broken into. Around 9:00 that night the front desk called me to tell me a police officer needed to speak to me about my car. I was unaware my car had been broken into. The passenger window was broken out and it was raining and very cold. The hotel didn't even offer to help clean up the mess. Since it was raining and my car was getting very wet inside, I parked it at the front door under the awning. The hotel was not happy about that but I refused to move it. I moved to the Embassy Suites in Germantown the next day and never went back. Obviously there was no security in the parking lot and as a woman traveling alone on business, I will never stay where there isn't parking lot security. What made me angry was that the Amerisuites didn't even offer to give me a reduced rate or a free night as compensation for what happened. I was a regular there and expected better treatment.

    Thought it was great

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    This hotel is a great bargin. I stayed 8 nights and woulf definitely go there again. It's located in a nice part of town and close to plenty of everything - food, recreation and fun. The breakfast is very good and there is a generous Tuesday evening reception for guests. The rooms are nice and comfortable. The staff is friendly and helpful - though the room service times need a bit more consistency. I think this is a very good establishment and I would highly recommend it.

    Very nice!

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    Stayed at this hotel on business. Very impressed with the spacious room and the excellent breakfast variety. Hotel staff was very courteous and helpful. Would stay again!

    Impressive,comfortable stay !

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    STAYED: April 25, 26, 2003We enjoyed our stay , front desk was extremely helpful,gave us printed directions to wherever we wanted to go. Had everything u needed in the room, micro, fridge,couch etc. very clean. Shower heads not the best but i'm not complaining ...Had booked on expedia for $ 48.00 a night . thought it was worth it . great breakfast in the a.m. too ! u won't be dissapointed

    Good service

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    Stayed at the hotel last part of January with 3 kids. Wonderful staff at front desk, very helpful and friendly. Huge hot breakfast buffett, best I've seen at this level. Rooms were clean, although average on space. Very nice lobby, pool etc. Would definitely recommend again

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hyatt Place Memphis Primacy Parkway

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