KATE'S TRAVELS: MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE The Guest House at Graceland · The Peabody Memphis

In April, I had the opportunity to visit Memphis, Tennessee, for the first time and it didn't disappoint. I was able to see one of our most iconic hotels, The Peabody Memphis, and one of our newest member hotels, The Guest House at Graceland. Both were exceptional properties and great meeting options. Memphis is truly a vibrant city with blues and rock n' roll around every corner. There's no better place for your group to learn about America's musical heritage.

Memphis, Tennessee

Sunset at The Guest House at Graceland
The Guest House at Graceland: Taking Care of Business!

This is one of our newest members! The hotel was inspired by Elvis’ “make yourself at home” warmth, and the specialty suites were designed under Priscilla Presley’s direct supervision. Their meeting space can accommodate groups up to 1,800 people. They even have a state-of-the-art theater to stage unforgettable keynotes, entertainment, events, and more. The hotel is truly a touch of grace mixed with a dash of rock ‘n’ roll that your groups will enjoy while exploring both Graceland and Memphis.


Grand Ballroom

Memphis, Tennessee

The Peabody Memphis: The South’s Grand Hotel

Legendary for its charm, elegance, and gracious Southern hospitality, The Peabody Memphis has been made world-famous for its five resident Mallard ducks, who march daily through the Grand Lobby at 11:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Offering 80,000 square feet of newly-renovated meeting space, The Peabody Memphis can accommodate groups of 10 to 2,100. The 36 function spaces range from stately, wood-paneled conference rooms with fireplaces to the 1930s Art Deco-styled Skyway. The Rooftop offers breathtaking views of the Mississippi River, making for a picturesque sunset reception. Finally, renovation was recently completed for the Skyway Ballroom and it looks gorgeous!


Skyway Ballroom

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