Residence Inn Memphis Downtown
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJolly Jolly Roma Vagator
This is a nice hotel a few short blocks from the exciting part of downtown Memphis (Beale St.). We were able to see the Streetcar (which ran in front of the hotel) from the window of our two-bedroom, two bath suite (Room 308). Lots of space for my family of four. My wife and I slept in one room, my daughter had her own bedroom and my son pulled out the sofa-sleeper and slept in the living room.
Hotel was quiet - I didn't hear a peep from other hotel visitors.
We used valet parking for $16 per night but getting to and from car was not real smooth as the parking on the street left for only one spot for valet and if more than one car needed valet at the same time it was tough to get in there. But the valets worked quick.
The furniture and walls in the hotel room was dated. I'm not sure if the goal was to keep the retro, historic feel of this hotel in a building built in the 1920s, but it looks like the furniture was cheap second hand stuff. I would note that it was not worn out, just old looking. The chairs in the living room looked like they came from the set of the Brady Bunch.
I have no complaints about the cleanliness of the room.
Staff was friendly and personable. Free breakfast was a plus.
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