Best Romantic Getaways in Memphis

Elevate your romantic getaway in Memphis with our carefully selected hotels, where every moment becomes a cherished memory.

Top 3 Weekend Getaways for couples in Memphis

ARRIVE Memphis

477 S. Main Street, Memphis, TN
9.9 / 10 996 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $175 per night
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ARRIVE Memphis stands out as a boutique hotel with 62 industrial-inspired rooms, offering an intimate getaway for couples. Plush robes, luxury linens, and Grown Alchemist bath amenities add comfort, while artwork by Memphis-born Michelle Fair and modern conveniences like Apple TVs and Marshall Bluetooth speakers enhance the experience, making it ideal for a romantic retreat.

Big Cypress Lodge

1 Bass Pro Dr, Memphis, TN
9.8 / 10 2,017 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $290 per night
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Big Cypress Lodge inside the Memphis Pyramid transforms a stay into an adventure for couples. Offering rustic-elegant rooms with electric fireplaces and luxury bathrooms, each space promises a unique blend of wilderness and comfort. With views of downtown Memphis and the Mississippi River, along with access to experiential dining and spectacular shopping, it’s the perfect romantic retreat.

The Peabody Memphis

149 Union Avenue, Memphis, TN
9.7 / 10 6,053 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $229 per night
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The Peabody Memphis, a romantic getaway just half a mile from Beale Street, offers couples an unforgettable experience with its elegant accommodations and unique Romeo and Juliet suite. Enjoy the luxury of refined dining, a marble-columned lobby, and an indoor pool, perfect for a couples’ retreat.

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Hotel Napoleon, Ascend Hotel Collection Member

179 Madison Ave, Memphis, TN
9.8 / 10 576 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $179 per night
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Hotel Napoleon, an upscale boutique hotel within the National Historic Press Scimitar Building from 1902, offers a unique romantic retreat in downtown Memphis. With 58 rooms and 2 suites featuring original architectural details like bay windows and exposed brick, it blends history with modern comforts such as free WiFi, 50” LED TVs, and a fitness facility. Enjoy Luna Restaurant and Bar for dining, making it a distinctive choice for couples seeking elegance and history.

Hyatt Centric Beale Street Memphis

33 Beale Street, Memphis, TN
9.5 / 10 492 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $146 per night
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Hyatt Centric Beale Street Memphis, the only hotel on Beale Street, offers a prime location for a romantic getaway. Nestled by the Mississippi River and close to the South Main district and University of Memphis, it’s perfect for exploring the city’s famed music venues, historic landmarks, and iconic southern cuisine, ensuring a memorable experience steeped in Memphis culture.

The Guest House at Graceland

3600 Elvis Presley Blvd, Memphis, TN
9.5 / 10 4,841 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $139 per night
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The Guest House at Graceland, steps from Elvis’ iconic home, offers a luxurious stay infused with southern charm and Elvis-inspired elegance. With 450 rooms, Priscilla Presley-curated suites, and modern amenities like two restaurants, a large pool, and a 464-seat theater, it’s an ideal romantic retreat for those seeking a unique blend of classic elegance and modern luxury in Memphis.

The: Memphian Hotel

21 S. Cooper Street, Memphis, TN
9 / 10 59 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $161 per night
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The Memphian Hotel captures the essence of Memphis with its focus on art, music, and culture, especially the vibrant Overton Square community. This Tribute Portfolio Hotel offers an elegant design and contemporary amenities amidst the Memphis Theater District. Guests are treated to local flavors at the Complicated Pilgrim and rooftop drinks at Tiger And Peacock, making it an ideal romantic getaway that blends tradition with a unique twist on southern hospitality.

Hilton Memphis

939 Ridge Lake Boulevard, Memphis, TN
7.8 / 10 1,583 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $135 per night
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Hilton Memphis, the city’s tallest hotel, offers a luxurious escape in the East Memphis business district. Conveniently located at I-240 and Poplar, it’s close to shopping, dining, and only 15 minutes from the airport. Guests can enjoy an outdoor pool, whirlpool, and on-site dining, making it an ideal romantic retreat with easy access to the Downtown Riverfront.

Home2 Suites by Hilton Memphis Wolfchase Galleria

2809 New Brunswick, Memphis, TN
7.1 / 10 56 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $145 per night
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Home2 Suites by Hilton Memphis Wolfchase Galleria offers a comfortable and convenient stay 20 minutes from downtown Memphis. This pet-friendly hotel features suites with free WiFi, a fully equipped kitchen, and a sofa bed. Guests can enjoy complimentary breakfast, an indoor heated pool, and a unique Spin2 Cycle fitness and laundry facility, making it an ideal spot for a relaxing couples’ getaway with home-like amenities.

Cheap Hotels for Romantic Getaways in Memphis

Hotel Indigo Memphis Downtown, an IHG hotel

22 N B B King Blvd, Memphis, TN
9.2 / 10 193 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $118 per night
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Hotel Indigo Memphis Downtown marries history with modern luxury, nestled between Beale Street and the Renasant Convention Center. With complimentary Wi-Fi, luxurious linens, and Aveda amenities, plus a rooftop pool and a state-of-the-art fitness center, it offers a unique romantic getaway in the heart of Memphis’ rhythm and blues scene.

Caption By Hyatt Beale Street Memphis

245 S Front St, Memphis, TN
7.8 / 10 185 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $133 per night
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Caption by Hyatt Beale Street seamlessly blends contemporary aesthetics with Memphis’ urban industrial history, emphasizing local artwork and modern technology for the conscious traveler. At its core is Talk Shop at Ellis, a versatile all-day venue perfect for eating, working, or relaxing, making it an ideal romantic getaway with a vibrant cultural backdrop.

Sheraton Memphis Downtown Hotel

250 N Main St, Memphis, TN
7.4 / 10 2,010 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $129 per night
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Sheraton Memphis Downtown Hotel offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere, ideally situated on the Memphis Main Street Trolley line for easy access to downtown attractions. A stroll away from the Riverwalk and Beale Street, this hotel combines convenience with comfort. Guests can enjoy stylish rooms with city views and the Sheraton Sweet Sleeper™ Bed, making it a perfect romantic retreat amidst Memphis’ rich cultural and entertainment offerings.

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The Westin Memphis Beale Street

170 Lt. George W. Lee Avenue, Memphis, TN
9.5 / 10 1,465 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $169 per night
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The Westin Memphis Beale Street, nestled close to Beale Street, FedEx Forum, and The Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum, is an oasis of comfort for couples. It offers a serene stay with amenities like an on-site fitness center and dining at Penny’s Nitty Gritty, perfect for unwinding after a day of exploration, making it a prime romantic getaway.

Wingate by Wyndham Memphis East

6069 Macon CV, Memphis, TN
9 / 10 1,105 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $89 per night
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Wingate by Wyndham Memphis East blends casual luxury with convenience, ideal for a romantic getaway. Located off I-40E, it features upscale rooms, complimentary hot breakfast, and a fitness center. Pet-friendly and equipped with free ultra-high-speed Internet, it’s a comfortable base for exploring Memphis, offering both relaxation and connectivity in a vibrant setting.

OYO Hotel Memphis TN I-40

6101 Shelby Oaks Dr, Memphis, TN
7.3 / 10 265 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $50 per night
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OYO Hotel Memphis TN I-40 offers a convenient and comfortable stay for those exploring Memphis, located just 9 miles from the Memphis Zoo and 16 miles from Graceland. With 24/7 check-in, free WiFi, and essential amenities like AC, TV, and a hair dryer, it’s an ideal base. Enjoy added comforts like a Laundry Service, Wellness Centre, and an Indoor Pool during your stay, making it perfect for a short romantic getaway.

Quality Inn & Suites

1335 McRee St, Memphis, TN
6.5 / 10 183 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $82 per night
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Quality Inn & Suites, located 15 miles from Downtown Memphis and near the University of Memphis, offers a comfortable couples’ getaway with complimentary hot breakfast and seasonal outdoor pool. Enjoy rooms with free WiFi and ensuite bathrooms, with options for whirlpool tubs for added romance. Ideal for a weekend retreat, it’s a convenient stay with exercise facilities and ample free parking.

Americas Best Value Inn & Suites Memphis E

1541 Sycamore View Rd, Memphis, TN
5.4 / 10 27 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $60 per night
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Americas Best Value Inn & Suites Memphis East offers a comfortable and affordable romantic retreat, just minutes from Memphis’ attractions. Enjoy spacious rooms with microwaves, mini-fridges, and complimentary deluxe continental breakfast. Couples can relax by the seasonal pool or explore the city, making it perfect for a weekend getaway. With free Wi-Fi and cozy beds, it’s an ideal choice for those seeking value without compromising on comfort.

Quality Inn

340 W. Illinois Ave I-55 Exit 12C, Memphis, TN
4.8 / 10 753 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $73 per night
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Quality Inn provides a romantic escape just 10 minutes from downtown Memphis and Graceland. With an outdoor pool and complimentary WiFi, each room is designed for comfort, offering cable TV, a coffee maker, and a cozy seating area. Enjoy grab-and-go breakfasts and convenient shuttle services to explore Memphis attractions, including the National Civil Rights Museum and Memphis Zoo, making it an ideal couples’ getaway.

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ARRIVE Memphis
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Arlene GreenArlene Green
16:22 25 Feb 24
Words cannot express how amazing this hotel is! The staff were super, duper nice and the coffee is great, the rooms are really cool. Love the industrial look! Will definitely stay here again.
Liz JostesLiz Jostes
13:51 08 Jan 24
I cannot say enough wonderful things about this property and the people working there. They set a new standard in the hotel industry. What initially drew me to ARRIVE was its overall style and its amenities/food and drink options. It’s in a great location for any downtown stay. And the staff are extremely welcoming and personable. The design of the rooms were awesome and not something you typically see. 5 stars for sure and I can’t wait to return!
Adam DomoAdam Domo
06:51 04 Jan 24
Honestly, probably the best hotel I've stayed in a long time. Me, wife, dog travel a lot! and this was definitely one of the most unique hotels, especially at such a fair price, we've stayed in. Lobby is beautiful. Rooms are very cool, comfortable, and modern. No pet fee (at least not for us). Service was very very very friendly. Everyone was extremely professional and hospitable (which you don't get often these days at a hotel...weird right).The coffee at the Cafe downstairs was also excellent. Parking is a bit of an issue as you have to use valet or find street parking (although we had no problem finding parking). Otherwise, the neighborhood wasn't too bad for Memphis, we felt safe the entire stay.Couldn't be happier with our stay.
Aja MurrayAja Murray
22:11 22 Dec 23
I’m writing this review before my stay is even over. This is my first time visiting Memphis, and I’m so happy to have had this experience while staying at Arrive. I’m fairly picky when it comes to hotels, and I must say this is one of the best stays. The room has a modern but quintessential feel. The hotel is dog-friendly without any additional cost. I’m not sure who’s having more fun, us or our dogs. The staff has made him and us feel completely at home. And shoutout to Nigel for being the absolute best during our stay. His presence is warm and infectious! Overall, great location with a welcoming staff and perfect for owners of well-behaved dogs.
McLane MaresMcLane Mares
02:22 22 Dec 23
The staff are super friendly here. This was my first time in Memphis and I am thankful it was at this hotel!They were super nice to our dog, too!The rooms are super charming. If I HAD to choose a nitpicky detail, I wish the shower had an adjustable shower head? But otherwise, wow. I can't recommend a stay here enough!
Big Cypress Lodge
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Wade CovingtonWade Covington
20:55 21 Mar 24
This review comes from someone that LOVES the Johnny Morris brand and has stayed multiple times at Top of the Rock, Cypress, etc. We live in Missouri and have seen the amazing things Johnny has done for our state conservation program and land management.We have stayed at Cypress several times over the years and one of the things that has always impressed us at any J. Morris property is the level of service and great attitudes and friendliness of the staff. For some reason, at Cypress we have noticed the past couple times, it has done a 180.First of all, I never liked that this hotel requires a $20 parking fee that is not disclosed in the reservation. I understand it is Memphis and security is necessary, but it should be included or disclosed in the reservation.Although the experience started in the lobby, our experience at the bar and in the restaurant were surprising. The hostess station for some reason seemed confused and unsure of how to handle incoming guests. The bartenders although working hard gave off a vibe that they did not want to be there. The Old Fashions, I believe are $18 and are served with maraschino cherries which I guess can be debated, but the biggest takeaway was the Rest. Manager. She walked around the restaurant all night. Our reservation was 10 minutes late or so, no big deal - but every time she walked directly by us she avoided any interaction. Never once smiled, greeted a customer and did not make us comfortable as guests. Our waitress did a great job, but some of my ribs were hot and some were cold. In the morning walking around for coffee even the cleaning staff were unfriendly.I love staying in the cabins and the entire experience at Cypress. But, we really did feel like the staff although not rude, definitely did not make us feel welcome. I hope this trend can be turned around.If you made it all the way through that - I want you to know this lodge is truly an amazing experience. But, you will be paying several hundred a night for a room and dinner is not cheap. Nothing is cheap. But, there is a reason J. Morris' properties can charge a lot - the experience. So, I hope that experience returns to where it used to be and matches the other Bass Pro Properties once again.
14:19 18 Mar 24
This is one of the most unique hotels I've stayed at. It is intriguing and cool, the first night. Once the novelty is gone, you realize you are overpaying for a room and amenities overlooking a fancy mall. The property is worth visiting and the view from the top after a freestanding elevator ride is cool, but could be had for $8. I enjoyed the experience with my son but wouldn't choose it again.
Nathen RansomNathen Ransom
16:05 16 Mar 24
Shelby HardinShelby Hardin
05:21 16 Mar 24
Would high recommend! The place is amazing along with the staff! Someone stole my door dash order and the lady at the front desk re ordered and paid for my food again!
Krys MayKrys May
19:38 15 Mar 24
Annie ClarkAnnie Clark
17:38 15 Mar 24
I decided to take a road trip to Memphis and spend a few nights at Big Cypress Lodge to celebrate my birthday. I chose a premium room which was really nice! I have no complaints about the room. However, the food and service is below standard. Food and service are vital for my overall experience so I will have to deduct more stars because of it. The prices in the restaurants are overpriced while the food is terrible. I ended up throwing away food due to the taste. Why does a milkshake cost ten dollars? Thankfully, they were out of milkshakes so I drove to the nearest fast food chain to purchase one for more than half the cost. When I went for breakfast, they were out of pancakes and cereal. Although I really liked the accommodations, I won’t stay here again because of the food and service. My family and I utilized the complimentary shuttle to go eat downtown. When we requested the shuttle to be picked back up from the restaurant, Jeffery called my cell phone and stated that he would be on his way to pick us up in twelve minutes and then go on his lunch break. He then canceled the request in the app. We waited an additional thirty minutes because he said he was on his way. He didn’t show up so I called an Uber instead. When we saw him the next day, he pretended to have amnesia and wouldn’t admit to what he had done. After I checked out, I noticed on my bill that they charged me four separate pet fees when I should have only had one charge since the pet fee is per stay and not per night. I also had one pet. I called and was told it will be taken care of. I will be checking my account in a few days to verify that the additional charges were reversed. I would recommend checking your invoice prior to leaving to be sure you don’t have any unexpected overcharges.
Dino PDino P
03:11 13 Mar 24
The views are amazing, really cool place, just very outdated, and not very well kept up. Room was old and dirty, many broken fixtures. 1 night stay was $480 + Ridiculous!!!The building is cool, great views inside and out. Hallways were pungent and stinky, staff apologized, but didn’t do or say anything to help.
David HollihanDavid Hollihan
15:56 22 Feb 24
Overall the trip was great. Staying at the Lodge was well worth it with the perks. Service was a bit so-so, but it was a great trip. Hearts and Flowers package isn't worth the additional money, but it was a nice touch.
Liam ReeseLiam Reese
02:14 15 Feb 24
I stayed here during my trip to the Bass Shop Pyramid in Memphis, Tennessee. The hotel is absolutely stunning for it being inside a pyramid in a bass pass shops. The staff were nice and the check in process was easy getting to my room. The room was absolutely stunning being basted off of hunting and the fishing environment being spot on and having the wood cabin feeling. The room was absolutely comfortable and one of the best hotels; for it being owned by Bass Pro Shops franchising. The patio was nice and had a great view of the store. I will stay when in Memphis again.
Dawn R.Dawn R.
06:53 11 Feb 24
Our room was great. Interior double queen. Had a large balcony that overlooked the store right above a pond with many fish and ducks. Bathroom was cool, glass shower was large with a waterfall shower head that had fantastic pressure. Separate whirlpool tub. We were able to get the room super dark to sleep and we didn't hear an outside sound. The best part was the linens. The towels were really nice, but the bedding was superb. Between the bedding, darkness, and quiet, we almost didn't check out by 11am. I will be trying to contact someone who can help me find where to buy the linens. They had a free shuttle. Our driver Alicia was super nice. She dropped us off at the Peabody to watch the duck march, then came back and picked us up.My only negatives are that the mattress was a little soft for our liking. But it may not be an issue to others. I have a bad back, so I prefer very firm. Also, I thought Walburgers was pricey for what you got. Service was great, but they were out of a lot of stuff leaving my stuck with the mac and cheese which was cold and sticky by the time I got it. My husband liked his chicken sandwich, but it was small for $17 and really should have included fries. All in all I would definitely stay here again, just eat somewhere else.
Tina M. TowlesTina M. Towles
03:11 03 Jan 24
I booked this place immediately after finding out it existed. Pretty cool. To stay in a Bass Pro Shop? Love it. The jacuzzi had great jets - several! The shower was big, the balcony opened up overlooking the store inside. Overall, really interesting with a splash of luxury. Now, the hidden fees - only $20 + another $20...but why? And the cleaning could have been better. First glance everything was neat, but the loveseat had lots of crumbs and smashed chips in the cushions and under the chair... All-in-all, I enjoyed it and glad we stayed. But, we've stayed and probably don't need to do it again 😉
Kim ScovelKim Scovel
15:49 21 Nov 23
We stayed here Day Weekend and we will definitely be back again! The rooms were nice and had a rustic log cabin look. The ladies at the front desk were so nice and helpful. Someone even called up to our room to make sure we didn't need anything and asked if there was anything they could do to better our stay. I have never had that happen anywhere else I've stayed and it made me feel like they really cared. The gym was clean and the equipment was in good working order. And our view of the bridge was AMAZING! We will definitely be staying here again. Thank You Everyone at Big Cedar Lodge for making our stay an amazing time.
Sean FlippinSean Flippin
19:32 26 Jul 23
The room and scenery were great. Check-in was beyond a disaster. We arrived early and the room had not been prepared yet so my family and I decided to look around and have dinner up on the lookout. The girl at the desk took our information and said she'd "call" us when the room was ready. Hours passed by and no call. We made our way back to the check-in desk after a way over-priced meal that we had and had to wait an hour for because the chefs in the lookout were standing around talking instead of cooking. This irritated the entire waitstaff, but nobody seemed to want to do anything about it. We also had to deal with people taking selfies and photos of the fish tank or surrounding scenery.Next we find out that our room was never prepared and was in fact given to someone else who had no reservation. The lady helping us was about to break down and the other ladies at the desk didn't really lift a finger to help her get the situation straight. After over an hour, she got us into another room which was not an ADA room. This made the situation even worse for us but we dealt with it since it was only one night. We had reserved the ADA room several months ago so that part was even more salt into the wound.An hour later after we went up to the room, there was a knock on the door and another family outside trying to get into the room. Apparently they had reserved that room and got bumped to put us into that room. When I called the front desk to let them know, I was told, that "it happens all the time". The room was okay, but the teenagers making loud noises to echo really put even more of a dampener on the experience.My wife received a text message asking for a rating of the experience and she replied with a 2 or 3 rating. To this there was no reply. Later she got an email asking the same thing. She replied the same and this time we received a call from Rachel Blackwell, the operations manager. My wife was too upset to speak at this point about it and I talked with Ms. Blackwell. When I told her that the entire experience was horrible and why, she did offer to refund our money. I got off the phone with a feeling that she didn't really care. I was refunded money over a week later, but not the dollar amount I originally paid. I was shorted $200. I have tried SEVERAL times and left SEVERAL messages to get this resolved but nobody will respond. I guess they feel they've done enough even though they said they would refund ALL of my money.Overall, a great looking place but WAY too overpriced from the rooms to the drink machines that charge $99.95 for a 12oz can of soda, to mismanaging reservations, to the POOR staff managing the place!
daniela cdaniela c
23:18 22 Jul 23
Rooms were spacious and clean!Service was great!A bit of a ways away from the downtown area but walkable if it's a nicer day.There is also a shuttle option via the hotel app that works similar to uber that picks you up and drops you off within 3 miles of the resort between 9am and 9pm.
Cara RothCara Roth
15:09 17 Jul 23
I loved this place so much! It was a good location in Memphis and it’s just so unique! We loved being able to come out to the lounge of the hotel and watch the fish swimming around late at night when nobody was there. We had an interior balcony room and really enjoyed it. Allie and Ashley at the front Desk were amazing too. They were helpful!
Lisa JonesLisa Jones
15:53 31 May 23
We spent the night at Big Cypress Lodge on our way home from a week long road trip. It was great! Our room was spacious and comfortable, the balcony looking into the store was a fun, unique place to chill before going to bed. The observation decks were a great place to watch the sunset and the 3rd floor Terrace bar is a very nice space to watch the light show that the bridge puts on or just hang out around the fire pit. The store is everything and more that you would expect at a Bass Pro. They also offer shuttles to Beale Street. We didn't take advantage of that perk but it's a nice one! I thought the store was rather dark, because of the structure there are no windows/natural light. It's definitely a lodge vibe so maybe the dimmer lighting fits that theme better. Also, the rooms are not well insulated. We heard voices next door and footsteps above. We always sleep with fan app on my phone so we just cranked it up a little more but if you're a light sleeper, this could be more problematic.
Jocelyn JohnsonJocelyn Johnson
23:52 29 Mar 23
The lady that works at the front desk Ashley C. truly knows great customer service. She went above and beyond to make our whole family feel welcomed. She was always friendly and always spoke when she saw us pass by. I can not say enough wonderful things about this amazing lady.The room was really nice and cozy. My only complaint is that there was only one elevator that worked.
Dj SullivanDj Sullivan
01:41 14 Mar 23
We decided to stay here after the reviews online. It seems to me to be one of the safest in the area. Really cool place, and they treat you very well at the front desk. Ashley was phenomenal. We loved her.Rooms were laid out well and very nice. The bathroom was a rain fall shower head and big garden tub. Free bottled water and a couple of snacks.The biggest complaint I would have is that rooms were dirty, in my opinion. Lots of dust around the wall trimmings and the bathroom surfaces were dusty as well. For the money we spent, it should be sparkling clean to me. The pillows also weren't good, but the bed was comfortable.The elevator going to the top 300 feet or 28 stories was a bonus. Beautiful views, and we all loved that. Real nice restaurant at the top that are not really expensive and have good food.If I went back I wouldn't stay here but I would visit the restaurants and elevator.We paid around $347.00 per night for our room.
01:39 24 Jan 23
Fun theme. Rooms are pristine, spacious and soundproof. The lounge area on the third floor is a great place to relax and meet the other lodge guests. Your stay includes a complimentary priority pass to the restaurant/observation deck at the top of the pyramid.Will definitely be back!A+++++
Paul HendersonPaul Henderson
14:36 05 Jan 23
Lots of fun and activities on site. The fixtures are showing some wear but in the overall log cabin decor it's not detracting from the experience. We stayed one night while doing a long drive and we were pleasantly surprised by how fun it was. We will probably make a trip back just to stay here!

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What is the typical price range for a romantic hotel getaway in Memphis?

Romantic getaways in Memphis can vary widely in price, reflecting the city’s diverse accommodation options. Budget-friendly romantic stays might start around $100 per night, offering cozy and intimate settings. Mid-range options, often featuring more luxurious amenities and prime locations, can range from $150 to $300 per night. For those seeking the pinnacle of luxury and romance, high-end hotels and boutique inns can cost upwards of $300 to $500 per night, providing exclusive services, gourmet dining, and breathtaking views of the Mississippi River or the city skyline.

When is the best time to visit Memphis for a romantic getaway?

The best time for a romantic getaway to Memphis is during the spring (April to May) and fall (September to October). These seasons offer mild weather, perfect for exploring the city’s outdoor attractions, gardens, and scenic walks along the Mississippi River. Spring welcomes the city with blooming flowers and a lineup of music festivals, while fall brings pleasant temperatures and vibrant foliage, ideal for cozy, romantic strolls. Summers can be quite hot and crowded, and winters, though mild, might have fewer events and activities.

Can romantic getaways in Memphis accommodate special requests to enhance our stay?

Absolutely! Many hotels in Memphis specialize in creating memorable experiences for couples and are happy to accommodate special requests. These can range from arranging surprise bouquets, chocolates, or champagne in your room to booking a private dinner with a view. If you’re celebrating an occasion like an anniversary or a proposal, inform your hotel in advance. They can often help with planning special surprises, personalized tours, or even securing tickets to a sought-after show or event, ensuring your romantic getaway is as enchanting and personalized as possible.

Are there any romantic packages available at hotels in Memphis?

Yes, many hotels in Memphis offer romantic packages designed to make your getaway even more special. These packages might include amenities such as couples’ massages, romantic dinners at the hotel’s restaurant, private tours of Memphis attractions, or sunset cruises on the Mississippi. Some packages also offer breakfast in bed, late check-out, and complimentary champagne on arrival. It’s advisable to check the hotel’s website or contact them directly for the latest offerings and to tailor a package to your preferences, ensuring a romantic and unforgettable experience.

What are some recommended romantic activities for couples in Memphis?

Memphis is full of romantic activities for couples. Enjoy a leisurely stroll or a sunset picnic at Tom Lee Park, offering stunning views of the Mississippi River. Visit the Memphis Botanic Garden for a peaceful walk among beautiful flora. For a unique experience, take a Memphis Riverboat cruise for picturesque views and live music. Music-loving couples can explore the history of blues on Beale Street or visit Graceland, Elvis Presley’s former home. End your day with a romantic dinner at one of Memphis’s renowned restaurants, offering soulful Southern cuisine and intimate atmospheres.


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