- Tanger Outlets of Southaven
- Landers Center
- Snowden Grove Park
- Beale Street
- FedEx Forum
- Memphis Zoo
- National Civil Rights Museum
- Pink Palace Museum and Planetarium
- Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum
- Shelby Farms
- Orpheum Theatre
- Bass Pro Shops at the Pyramid
- Malco DeSoto Cinema
Direction from City Center to Hotel: West
Distance from Hotel: 2.6 MI/ 4.18 KM
Distance from Hotel: 3.7 MI/ 5.95 KM South
Convenience Store: On-Site
Golf: 3.2 MI/ 5.15 KM North East
Outdoor Tennis: 8 MI/ 12.87 KM East
One of the most famous streets in the country, Beale Street, is a popular attraction where visitors can get a taste of great food, soul music, and capture the culture of Memphis. Don't miss the FedEx Forum: Home of the Memphis Grizzlie; the Forum also hosts many shows and concerts throughout the year.
You can't come to Memphis without visiting Graceland, home of the rock n’ roll king. Don't miss the National Civil Rights Museum, filled with knowledge and important artifacts. The Children's Museum and Memphis Pink Palace provide great fun for the entire family! For the adults, be sure to visit Southland Park Gaming and Racing then take the whole family for a ride on any of the Memphis Riverboats
Don't Go Home Without
Stop by the Peabody Hotel to visit the Peabody Ducks at 11am and 5pm everyday. Don't forget to visit the largest, and possibly the only, man-made crystal cave called Crystal Shrine Grotto.
Be sure to stay hydrated and drink lots of water during the hot months (June-September). Take advantage of the Riverfront trolley that passes popular downtown attractions if you can't decide where to start your exploring! And don't forget Memphis has much more to offer than just Elvis; listen for blues, jazz, zydeco, and other types of soulful music while visiting.