Hampton Inn & Suites Memphis - Beale Street

Address: 175 Peabody Place, Memphis, Tennessee, 38103, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Downtown Medical Center area of Memphis, is near Beale Street, Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum, and Handy Park.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn & Suites Memphis - Beale Street

    Reviewed by jasmine5


    Reviewed Jun 14, 2014
    by (1 review) Defiance , United States Flag of United States

    We have stayed at this hotel a few times. We like it because our room has a balcony and we can here the music coming from Beale st. The staff is friendly, there is a kitchenette in the room and it is clean. A safe in the bathroom too.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by bjbromberg

    Great Location....

    Reviewed Jun 6, 2013
    by (11 reviews) Dallas , United States Flag of United States

    My husband and I stayed for three nights with our fifteen year old granddaughters. It was a very comfortable experience. We liked having the refrigerator and microwave and we had a great balcony facing the Pepsi Cola Bandstand where there was blues played in the afternoon and evening. It was fun to sit out there and listen.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Hampton Inn & Suites Memphis - Beale Street

    Really good for a Hampton


    I got upgraded to a suite. Had a good kitchenette, a balcony, decent size room. A great room for the price I got. The staff was very cordial as well, and it is in a good location.

    It was by a lot of places with outdoor music, so if you had a door or window open you could hear it quite loudly, but I couldnt hear it with those closed.

    Great location but walls a little thin


    Great location in the center of it all in downtown memphis. Parking situation also a plus. Only negative is that the wall are pretty thin, each night we were woken up by babies crying or couples being a little too amourous.

    Good location


    Just returned from Memphis. After reading all the hotel reviews we opted for the Hampton. It certainly has location, location, location; a block off Beale and right across the street from the shopping center, Peabody Place. The rooms are adequate, nothing special.

    As for the breakfasts, although there are many items to choose from, the quality and selection was uninspiring. One good thing: a small "cafe" that serves those New Orleans style "donuts" (beignet?)smoothered in powedered sugar is adjacent and you can enter it from the hotel lobby. On morning three I opted for this. I didn't think I could take another Hampton breakfast.

    Excellent Accomodations & Service


    We stayed at Hampton Inn Peabody Place in April 2004. We were very pleased with the hotel, its staff and their service. Our reservations were for a king executive room. We had a very large room with a balcony overlooking W. C. Handy Park. Not only did we have a door leading onto the balcony, but also 3 huge floor to ceiling windows on the balcony, providing a great view. The hotel had a delicious breakfast in the lobby each morning. We also enjoyed the indoor pool. The proximity to Beale Street, AutoZone Park and Peabody Place entertainment was so good that we never moved our vehicle out of the parking garage for our entire 3 day stay. Would highly recommend this hotel to anyone. Will definitely stay there again.

    A Great Buy for the money


    I stayed at the hotel in Mar-2004. It is in excellent proximity to Beale Street and all the restaraunts/bars in the area. The hotel can be a little noisy due to the proximity of Beale Street and outdoor entertainment. Rooms are of very good size and the hotel offers free local calls and even provides high-speed internet access for free in every room. Free breakfast/coffees are provided every morning and are of very good quality. Parking is not free :-( They have a mini-gym...nothing to write home about but something. A good selection of cable stations. Shower curtain was too dark to allow light through. You'll be glad you stayed at this hotel when walking back from Beale street. There are quite a few pan-handlers and the entrance to the hotel is just around the corner. If you stay anywhere else - you'll need to walk a gauntlet to get away. The hotel was very safe though. The hotel is also around the corner from the Peabody Hotel. Definitely in another league but you have to go to the lobby to see the ducks on display.



    Best Customer Service I have received outside of the Four Seasons.

    Truly friendly and helpful staff, great suite overlooking Beale, at a better rate than any suite in downtown Memphis. Would stay again and again!

    Much better than its famous neighbour


    Great location, big, clean, well appointed rooms and the friendliest, most helpful staff in Memphis.I managed to make a mistake after booking into the Peabody, (that's a long story), and we had to move for one night. The Hampton Inn was half the price, just as well located, far cleaner and comfortable - a much better deal. Thoroughly recommended.

    Location, Location, Location


    My wife, daughter, and I recently spent a Saturday night at this hotel.

    The location and staff were superb. We loved it.

    This hotel is just one block off Beale St. So, you are always just a minute away from great food and music, and the heart of Memphis on a Saturday night.

    I would encourage everyone to ask for the Executive King suite. From the long, curving balcony, we could overlook a pavillion area below.

    On the street directly below us, we watched at people piled into the horse pulled carriages. Of course, you could hear all the night life from the balcony.

    The room we had had a King size bed, and a sofa pull out.

    We liked this so much, that we have already made reservations for next year.

    Excellent Location


    This is an outstanding hotel. It is located just off Beale Street.

    Walking distance to all downtown. Peabody Mall is right across the street. I wouldn't stay anywhere else.

    Most Accommodating Staff in Memphis


    Frequent visitor to downtown Memphis and have stayed at many of the downtown hotels. This hotel is the choice for my family primarily because this hotel's staff is the most professional, courteous, and accommodating of all the hotels we've experienced in Memphis. Their suites are more spacious than most in the area. Beyond that, the hotel's common areas and our suite are always fresh, clean, well maintained, the property is situated in a great convenient downtown location, and a better value than most of the other hotels.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn & Suites Memphis - Beale Street

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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