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Madison Hotel Memphis
Why Stay At Madison Hotel Memphis
You'll find Old World style with a modern sensibility at Madison Hotel Memphis, set in a historic Art Deco building just 20 minutes from Graceland and the Orpheum Theatre.
At the Madison Hotel, housed in the former Tennessee Trust Bank building in downtown Memphis, the 70 rooms and 40 suites have bold black-and-white Art Deco wallpaper and jewel-toned accents, and Southern hospitality comes in the form of gracious touches such as roses delivered at turndown. Guests and chic locals head to the rooftop garden bar for happy hour against sunset views of downtown Memphis and the Mississippi River; downstairs, the hotel's restaurant, Eighty3, serves small plates and a classic Southern weekend brunch (loaded grits; chicken-fried rib eye). A fun detail for the health-conscious set: a state-of-the art fitness center and indoor heated lap pool are located in the bank's former vault.
Guests with piano experience are encouraged to play a tune or two on the lobby piano.
If you're in town on a Thursday evening, stop by the rooftop garden lounge for live music by local artists and inventive appetizers from Eighty3 (smoked-bacon-wrapped dates; BBQ edamame).
Arrive at Memphis International Airport (MEM) which is approximately 13 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 20 minutes of travel time.79 Madison Avenue, Peravia, Tennessee, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Lobby Mezzanine
- Rooftop Garden
- Heated Indoor Pool
- Fitness Room
- Business Center
- Luxurious Linens
- Soaking Baths
- Jet Tubs (some)
- Walk-In Showers
- Mini Refrigerators
- Wet Bars
- In-Room Safes
- iPod Clocks
- Turndown Service
- Happy Hour
- In-Room Dining
- Max occupancy in a King Deluxe is 2 adults + 1 child
- Max occupancy in a Junior Suite or King Suite is 3 adults or 2 adults + 2 children
- Max occupancy in am Executive Double is 4 adults
- $10 dining credit
- In room WiFi
- Taxes and service fee is included in nightly rate
Why We Love Memphis
Memphis means music: Memphis's Beale Street is the birthplace of rock-and-roll, and is also where blues music was introduced into local clubs. Backbeat Tours leads visitors through historic musical sites across the city.
Casey Jones Village.
Outdoor Excursion: Reelfoot Lake is just two hours outside the city. Nature tours point out some of the 240 bird species that live in the area, including the 200 bald eagles that winter here.
Butch Archie Guided Nature Tours.
Tours from $150, including lunch.
Where to Eat: Restaurant Iris has transformed a quaint residential building into a French-creole cuisine haven. Try chef Kelly English's five-course degustation menu, or choose the duck breast and risotto.
2146 Monroe Ave.
Dinner for two $100.
Where to Drink: Sports fans, beer aficionados, and music lovers congregate at the Beale Street Tap Room, a bustling bar with live music every Friday and Saturday.
166 Beale St.
Drinks for two $10.
Why Go Now
September 14, 2013
Over 120,000 guests will attend to enjoy a funky mix of art, music and crafts presented by over 400 artisans from around the country.
Cooper and Young Streets, Downtown Memphis.
October 25 - 27, 2013
Three-day street celebration of the visual, performing and culinary arts with attractions and activities for all ages.
Downtown Memphis' South Main Historic Arts District.
September 13 - November 2, 2013
Mid-South Corn Maze
Get lost in one of the world's largest corn mazes and be given the creeps on 'haunted maze' dates.
Agricenter; 7777 Walnut Grove Rd., Memphis.