Rodeway Inn

Address: 1321 Sycamore View Rd, Memphis, Tennessee, 38134, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, 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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      TravelPod Member ReviewsRodeway Inn Memphis

      Reviewed by wheresgordon

      Disappointing Internet service

      Reviewed Sep 30, 2013
      by (27 reviews) Haymarket , United States Flag of United States

      The room was what you'd expect from a Motel 6 although there were some maintenance issues. For instance, there was no latch on the bathroom door and it wouldn't stay closed completely. My main complanint is that the Internet service, which costs about $3 extra, was terrible. It was too slow to watch video.

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews Rodeway Inn Memphis

      2.00 of 5 stars Fair
       

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      One for the money...

      A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 27, 2014

      ... It has been a tradition in the hotel since the 1930s when Frank Schutt, General Manager of The Peabody, and a friend, Chip Barwick, returned from a drunken weekend hunting trip, bringing back with them live duck decoys and placed them in the fountain. The public loved it so much that they employed a trainer and a tradition was born. After this humourous display, we headed to the bar to plan our evening and then moseyed down to Beale Street to BB ...

      Memphis - Home of the Blues

      A travel blog entry by amybrazier on Aug 26, 2014

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      ... got to go aboard his two planes along with viewing many of his costumes, cars and awards. The inside of the Lisa Marie plane was surprisingly big and not what I expected at all. For the night we headed out to downtown Memphis. There was a hot rod car show on down the Main Street which we went through before heading to dinner. The music where we had dinner was amazing with Whitney ...

      Our Day in Iceland

      A travel blog entry by jenniferabbott on Jul 01, 2014

      ... crashed for about 5 hours of deep sleep. We awoke at 9pm to bright sunshine. We checked out of our room and headed to an Italian Restaurant where we had the best pepperoni pizza we have ever had in a foreign country. We also had some ravioli that was interesting. We caught a cab back to the bus station where we took the 45 min ride back to the airport. It was a fun day and we were glad we took the time to come to Iceland. Next stop: Copenhagen, ...

      Memphis, one of my new favourite cities!

      A travel blog entry by alyce5 on Jun 16, 2013

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      ... played by mostly black musicians on Beale Street here in Memphis. We got to hear Elvis' very first recording, where he came in off the street and paid to record his own song, called 'My Happiness' or something like that. He was only eighteen, but man, did he already sound awesome. We also got to hear a jam between Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis and I think it was Carl Perkins that was recorded in the fifties. There was an incredible amount ...

      That ain't no trash can!

      A travel blog entry by healsby on Aug 31, 2012

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      ... ahead of the wider civil rights protest he was organising. As a
      way of commemorating the tragedy and the struggle for equality that black
      Americans have endured, the National Civil Rights Museum was set up on the site,
      and incorporates the room that MLK was staying in, and the balcony where he
      died.

      The museum itself was wonderfully done; it documented the plight of black
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