Quality Inn & Suites

Address: 1556 Sycamore View Rd, Memphis, Tennessee, 38134, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Walnut Grove - Shelby Farms PD area of Memphis, is near Memphis Botanic Gardens- Hardin Hall, Dixon Gallery & Gardens, Putt-Putt Family Park, and Shelby Farms Stables.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Quality Inn & Suites Memphis

    Terrific Stay at the Drury Inn!


    We enjoyed our stay immensely at the Drury. It was clean and we had a very comfortable bed/pillows. You can't beat the ammenities--free hot breakfast (very good), free Internet access, free snacks/drinks! It was very community oriented and people actually hung out in the lounge! The only reason I didn't give it an excellent review is that we had a handicap accessible room and I wanted to switch, but it wasn't possible.

    Complete Package


    The Drury Inn offers you just about anything a hotel can. Free parking, free drinks and snacks during the evening, free hot breakfast (waffles, french toast, eggs, bacon, sausage, biscuits and gravy, etc.), free high speed internet access, free 60 minutes of long distance phone use per night, and an indoor pool. All this for a Memorial Day weekend rate under $80! The room was clean, quiet, and well kept. The bathroom was also clean. Plus an easy checkout that allows you to just leave you keys in the room and go. The hotel is on the outskirts of town, however, and it will take you about 20 minutes to drive to downtown Memphis.

    First Stay at Drury Inn


    This was our first trip to Memphis so I checked Trip Advisor before making

    reservations. It was so much more that I expected. The rooms were very

    clean with plenty of towels! The parking was more secured than any place

    I've stayed. I like the card key entry system. My husband and I relaxed

    in the Hot Tub before retiring for the night. The beds were very comfortable.

    The hot breakfast was very tasty, which was served until 9:30am.

    I also like the 12:00 checkout time. The staff at the front desk, dining area,

    and housekeeping were all very polite and accomodating. I will try to stay

    at a Drury Inn on all of our future trips.

    A really enjoyable stay


    This hotel lived up to its reviews from earlier users, from the cleanliness of the whole place to the superb choice at breakfast and the drinks/ appetizers in the evenings. We could not fault this hotel, staff were pleasant and helpful, it was in a good location, indoor pool was lovely. We would definetly stay here again on our next trip.

    Would go back to Drury


    Clean, comfortable, great breakfast, good neighborhood, good value. Hotel more secure than most. Only negatives were the night desk clerk with a surly attitude and a hillbilly who tried to con us in the hotel driveway. (Not the hotel's fault.)

    Great hotel!


    Every aspect of our stay in this hotel was excellent, from checking-in to checking-out. Rooms were clean and cosy and the hot breakfast buffet had plenty to choose from. Complimentary popcorn was provided and the pool looked inviting although we did not have the time to go for a dip. Prices were good and the hotel was a good base to start from if visiting Memphis.

    Great hotel


    Very clean, comfortable room. Affordable rate. Good breakfast. Staff were efficient and friendly. I'm glad that I stayed there and would definitely stay there again.

    Absolutely loved it


    We absolutely loved this hotel. Stayed 4 nights, 5 days. Nice, comfortable, attractive, clean room. Had a refrigerator and also a microwave. Loved the daily free hot breakfast for the customers...delicious. We will definitely stay at the Drury when we make our now-annual trip to Memphis. Recommend this hotel very highly. Staff is friendly and helpful, especially Chaundra.

    A Very Good Value


    Consistently I find this hotel a great value. It is clean, the staff is friendly, reservations are handled well and it's always a good experience for me. I've stayed here about a dozen times in the last two years.

    Top Rate Experience


    After reading the reviews on numerous hotels in Memphis(scary), I decided to go with my instincts based on stays at other Drury hotels in my own state. WOW! This hotel was excellent in service, accomodations and price. I will definately stay at this hotel again and again!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Quality Inn & Suites Memphis

    3.00 of 5 stars Good

    Travel Blogs from Memphis

    Elvis Lives... we may not

    A travel blog entry by hsmiter1 on Jul 09, 2013

    4 photos

    ... stupidity. We finally get to the 'art district' - one graffitied wall and a closed gallery does not make a district! We continue to walk to the park and the museum - not worth it! We continue to walk through midtown past the shopping plaza (abandoned) and we finally, in a delirious state, make it to the beginning of the Trolley back 'home'. One embarrassing trolley-people experience later and we are back in Downtown ...

    Memphis.... Home of rhythm & blues...

    A travel blog entry by kate_5 on Apr 13, 2013

    ... and the nightlife was well and truly alive in Memphis… The next morning, it was time to pay Homage to the King… that's right everyone, I went to GRACELAND… After Graceland, it was time to head back into downtown Memphis… we stopped at Sun Studios and got to see where Elvis, Johnny Cash and BB King all got there starts… then it was a ...

    Graceland here I come

    A travel blog entry by questwest2 on Aug 17, 2012

    5 photos

    ... a coyote and an Elk herd down below. Took a long swig of water and hit the road with the adrenaline at an all time high. Just one thought in mind, destination Memphis and Graceland. It's the 35th anniversary of Elvis' death - where does the time go.
    A great time to visit - I think. My drive throughTexas was fine. I drove on the Ronald Reagan Highway for free and the George Bush Highway was a toll road. ( giggle here) Every ...

    Graceland and Memphis

    A travel blog entry by jms79 on Apr 02, 2012

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... concerns both were moved to the Graceland at the request of Vernon his father. After leaving the garden we re-boarded the shuttle and headed back across Elvis Presley Blvd to the car museum. This was again was very interesting as it included a number of Elvis' iconic vehicles, non more so than his famous pink Cadillac!

    The two planes owned by Elvis are on the other side of the plaza. The 'Lisa Marie' is the largest of the ...

    Walking in Memphis in my Blue Suede Shoes

    A travel blog entry by hannah_davies on Aug 13, 2011

    ... been to Memphis in Elvis week!
    While there, I visited Sun Studios - which was awesome!!! Though very busy - seeing as we went on the Saturday of Elvis week and all - kinda packed! But still very interesting learnt some new stuff and even got to (pretend) sing in to the same microphone as Elvis and Johnny Cash - properly made my day =D
    Also went to the famous (or infamous) Beale Street - ...