Fairfield Inn & Suites Memphis Southaven
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
Photos of Fairfield Inn & Suites Memphis Southaven
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Fairfield Inn & Suites Memphis Southaven
Travel Blogs from Southaven
... carpet and presents a introduction for the ducks, it is like a military operation everyone must remain seated and are not allowed near the ducks when they make the grand entrance. We had to get there an hour early as the crowds soon built up. It was such a cute little tradition and such a random thing to see but the Peabody ducks are just as famous as Elvis down in Memphis and totally worth going to see. Emily had recommended we check out a quirky voodoo/gimmick shop ...
... had gumbo and fried catfish for the first time and really loved it. Then we took a walk down Beale and took in the blues culture and live music while having some drinks. As a storm came in we took a ride to see the Mississippi River. A great place to visit.....real authentic blues ...
... so much history - and so much of his history is not often told. Graceland is an indulgent time capsule that is frozen at the mid-seventies. Green shag carpet and all. All Elvis, all the time! Movies, music, photographs and more. Thirty-one movies, who knew? The trophy/award rooms are impressive beyond comprehension. There is even a room where his philanthropy is detailed - he was quite a giver... We saw his ...
We arrived in Memphis around 6am after another night on the train - it's gradually getting easier to sleep (very gradually). Our taxi driver took us on a bit of a tour of the city which was great, gave us the history behind the arcade, Lorraine motel, Beale street and sun studios. After a bit of a power nap we went for breakfast at the arcade (Memphis' oldest diner) and had French toast with eggs ...
... a very emotional moment in this building, and I have to admit visiting his home and seeing and listening to him is a very overwhelming experience. My thoughts are that he was a very simple soul who liked to keep his family and friends close, loved to play music, gave a lot of money away to those who needed his help and didn't really want too much more. He didn't drink, his problem was drugs, he tried to burn the candle both ends ...