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The Peabody Memphis, TN

National Register of Historic Places

The Peabody Memphis, built in 1869 and a member of Historic Hotels of America since 1996 was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1977. Historic Hotels of America is the official program...[more]

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The Ducks

The world famous March of The Peabody Ducks takes place daily at 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. with great fanfare. The Peabody Ducks are truly honored guests, living in grand style in their rooftop Royal Duck Palace.

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Dining in Memphis

Dining at the Peabody is always an experience, with several options to choose from including the casual Peabody Deli & Desserts through the fine dining found at Chez Philippe.

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Elegant Rooms

The difficulty with staying at the Peabody Memphis is choosing the right room of the 464 options which feature suites such as the Romeo & Juliets or the Presidential.

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On Site Activities

Visit the The Peabody Athletic Club which features a state-of-the-art fitness experience, complete with indoor pool and sauna.

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The Peabody Name

Though built by Colonel Robert C. Brinkley just after the Civil War, the namesake for the hotel is actually the Colonel's close friend and philanthropist George Peabody.

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The Peabody Memphis

Directions

Downtown on Union Avenue, 15 minutes to Elvis Presley's Graceland. Walk to Beale Street, the Gibson Guitar Factory, Rock 'n' Soul Museum, FedExForum, Autozone Park, and the Memphis Cook Convention Center. Trolley ride to the Pyramid and the National Civil Rights Museum. Memphis Int'l Airport: 12 miles, 20 minutes.

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