La Quinta Inn & Suites Memphis Primacy Parkway

Address: 1236 Primacy Pkwy, Memphis, Tennessee, 38119, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 1236 Primacy Pkwy, 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 La Quinta Inn & Suites Memphis Primacy Parkway

    Wonderful hotel

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    We stayed at the La Quinta for 10 days in August 2006 and we loved it ...the staff were very helpful and polite and would stand and talk to us without looking as though they must hurry off to attend to something else they were lovely. The rooms are large and very clean with air con and large television sets and they also have internet connections in all rooms it is wicked. There is also a gym and large pool and spa all free and a great breakfast buffet is served every morning from 6am till 9 am week days and 6.30 till 9.30 at weekends. The rooms are cleaned each day and sheets changed every 3 days unless you request otherwise and the maids are so sweet .The lift in the hotel is a little slow and access into the rooms and hotel from outside is by card only except the front entrance. There is a bus service outside the hotel grounds that will take you into downtown Memphis but beware it does stop at some lets say sad looking areas it makes you stop and think :( but the people are lovely very helpful. Inside the hotel there are vending machines and also ice machines which are much appreciated since it was nearly 100C every day whilst we were there and there is also a laundry service for all quests to use. This hotel is lovely we would stay there again but you do need transport to get to all the attractions so we hired a car 10/10 for sure.

    Susan

    Manchester uk 2006.

    Great Stay

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    My g/f and I stayed here for our trip to the Memphis Zoo. Great value and great rooms. I am not an avid pool goer, but they had a real nice outdoor pool and hottub. Staff was super generous and pleasant to deal with. Room was very clean and comfortable. Only negative was that the toilet leaked after flushing, but was fixed without us saying anything. Alot of things to do within driving distance. Can't complain about this place.

    An easy night in a pleasant hotel

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    We often stay at LaQuinta because of their liberal pet policy. (It's interesting that they really do welcome pets, no hidden fees, no restricted to smoking room nonsense) and though we've stayed at about 20 different LaQuinta locations, I don't remember ever having to deal with excessive barking dogs or issues having to do with pet soiling. They do a remarkable job chain wide of keeping their properties clean and pleasant for dog lovers and dog loathers alike.

    This property was very similar to others that we've stayed at, which is fine. The cookie cutter similarity is sometimes reassuring. (Granted, they have five or six different "cookie" patterns.) The first room I was given had a non-functional safety lock (it had been busted right off the door and was hanging by a single screw) Though I was traveling with my big Chesapeake Bay Retriever, I was still a woman alone in a hotel and that lock situation didn't give me much reassurance, so I requested a different room, and was given one within sight of the front desk.

    The pool was lovely, and they provided an excellent expanded continental breakfast. The hotel is a little off the beaten track, be sure you get EXPLICIT directions on how to get there. There was some confusion in the directions I got (I was told to turn left instead of right) and spent half an hour wandering around in an office park across the way. But no harm no foul. This is a pleasant property, reasonably priced and a good place to spend the night.

    Very Nice!

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    I chose this hotel based on the ratings on this site. It lived up to my expectations. Good location near mall and eating establishments and easy access to Poplar Drive which is the main non-interstate artery to get to midtown and downtown. Staff was incredibly friendly and helpful. Hotel was without a doubt the cleanest I have stayed in and I have stayed in plenty. Fitness room was really good and breakfast was excellent. Make a point to check at the tourist info center coming in to Memphis for a book of coupons. This hotel is included and you can save some $.

    We had several problems. Lazy housekeeping.

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    Stayed three nights. Some basics overlooked by housekeeping. Had to request repeat proper cleaning two separate times. Things, especially the bathroom, looked barely wiped over rather than cleaned thoroughly.

    I bathe, not shower, but on arrival the tub was dirty with someone else's ring around it and not cleaned well from our use the next two days. YEUK.

    Washed bath down thoroughly myself the first night with soap and washcloth in order to use it.

    Some bits I threw into the trash, but missed, were still on the bathroom floor!

    Do not disturb sign ignored.

    Persistent night time noise from (?) generator (?) and air shaft, disturbing.

    Place pleasant in appearance, nice lobby, good breakfast.

    Left our complaints on the feedback form.

    Phenomenal Value - Nice, nice Motel

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    I swear, the only reason I didn't give this motel 5 "stars" is that the night before we stayed here, we were in a swanky Ritz-Carlton in New Orleans. If that Ritz is the gold "5-star" standard, this one deserved 4. Zero complaints from us.

    We selected this motel because it was so inexpensive, but it delivered like the pricy motels. The room was lovely, the bed linens looked new, the mattress was perfectly comfortable, the bath area was well appointed, and the continental breakfast was abundant. It was quiet, the staff were respectful and helpful, and the location was great for our purposes.

    Unlike our room in the Ritz, this motel's "non-smoking" room had never been smoked in!

    Passing thru

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    The room was big and designed perfectly. The lay out of the room was exceptional. Compared to some of the bigger names in suites this one compared. The little bar area with fridge and microwave was perfect in space and placed in a neat area. The only thing I'd change would be the paper products.[a little rough]

    Big Room for a little price

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    A group of us stayed here in two rooms in October 2004. Rooms are exceptionally large and comfortable. Only complaint is that they advertise Wireless Internet service, but what they mean is that you can use their wireless keyboard to access the internet on the tv for a fee.

    Great place to stay!

    from

    The LaQuinta Primacy in Memphis was great. The staff were very friendly and helpful with directions.

    The variety of items for breakfast was great, especially enjoyed the Waffles.

    Check-In and Check-Out was very fast and easy.

    Good location, easy access to all the attractions in the area.

    This was our first time staying at a La Quinta and we look forward to staying with them again in the future.

    Great Property

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    Booked a group at this property for a convention and they were pleased with the property, amenities and location.

    Quick access to convention sites, entertainment and food.

    TripAdvisor Reviews La Quinta Inn & Suites Memphis Primacy Parkway

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