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All of our Peabody properties

The Peabody Memphis

The Peabody Memphis opened in 1869 as a symbol of the South's rebirth and quickly became the business and social hub of Memphis. In 1925, The Peabody was rebuilt at its present location on Union Avenue and continued to host presidents, celebrities, and socialites. In the mid-1970s, downtown Memphis experienced economic decline forcing The Peabody to close its doors. But the "South's Grand Hotel" would not stay shuttered for long. The hotel was saved by the Belz family, faithfully restored, and re-opened in 1981, breathing new life into downtown Memphis.

Legendary for its charm, elegance, gracious Southern hospitality, and now world-famous ducks, The Peabody Memphis is a Memphis landmark, is on the National Register of Historic Places, and continues to carry the distinction of the “South’s Grand Hotel.” The Peabody Memphis is a Forbes Four-Star, AAA Four-Diamond rated property and a member of Preferred Hotels & Resorts Worldwide and National Trust Historic Hotels of America.

Peabody Memphis Exterior

The Peabody Memphis

149 Union Ave.
Memphis, TN 38103

The Peabody Memphis

149 Union Ave.
Memphis, TN 38103
Direct Number: 901-529-4000

 

Future Locations

Colorado
Boutique-style mid-service property with 140 rooms.

Mississippi
Historic boutique inn with 120 rooms, located in a downtown setting.

North Texas
Four separate developments representing over 3,000 rooms.

Southern California
Large-scaled mixed use development representing over 1,000 rooms and a lifestyle destination resort project with just over 150 rooms.

 

Past Locations

Orlando

Orlando

Sold 2013

Meeting and resort property built in the 1980s and redeveloped in 2009, doubling in size. More than 1,600 rooms and 300,000 square feet of meeting space, located adjacent to the Orange County Convention Center.

LittleRock

Little Rock

Sold 2013

Close to 400 rooms connected to the State House Convention Center in the center of the capital city of Arkansas.