Hotels in Memphis
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Memphis is a city in the State of Tennessee in the United States with a population of about 700,000 inhabitants (1.3 million counting its metropolitan extension), being the second largest in the State.
Memphis is especially known for being the birthplace of great artists and personalities such as Morgan Freeman, Lucy hall, Jake Randall, Justin Timberlake, Isaac Hayes, Anita Ward, James Carr, Carla Thomas, and Aretha Franklin and was residence of Johnny Cash, B.B. King and, of course, Elvis Presley s House where he once lived is one of the main attractions of the city.
The Sun Studio
This recording studio has become one of the most mythical of all in the United States, to the point of becoming one of the main attractions of Memphis. The likes of Elvis, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee and U2, among many others passed by their microphones. The study is recognized as a national historic landmark and has at its facilities in a café and souvenir shop.
The Lorraine Motel was the place where Martin Luther King stayed before his murder. The place became a symbol of the movement that led to the pastor in search of equality of human rights and against the war in Viet Nam. In 2012, the Motel and several of the surrounding buildings were restored and converted into the national civil rights Museum. It is currently one of the most visited places in the city.
Stax Records recording studio was one of the most important, with relationship with artists such as Albert King, Otis Redding and Isaac Hayes. Today functions as a museum where you can see numerous instruments, dance of Soul Train and the Golden Cadillac that belonged to Isaac Hayes.
Graceland was Elvis Presley's residence, after his death the House became a point of pilgrimage for the millions of fans that Elvis had and has world-wide. Today Graceland is the second most visited residence in the United States, being surpassed only by the White House, featuring the famous "Jungle Room", you can also see the two aircrafts that was used by Elvis and his car can be seen in its external surroundings.
The best street of Memphis when night falls is Beale Street, an avenue full of establishments where you can drink, eat and enjoy the music. The street is not too extensive, but is sufficient to offer dozens of possibilities for a good night out. The street is considered to be one of the places where grew the music such as Soul and Blues.
Considered one of the best zoological enclosures of all the United States, this great Zoo has more than 3500 different animal species. The main attraction of the zoo are the giant pandas that are found in very few zoos in the world.
Memphis is an ideal destination for lovers of music, the city had a great importance when it comes to genres such as Blues or Soul and great world music artists such as Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash lived here. If you plan to travel to Memphis in ebooking.com you will find the best deals on hotels.
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160 Union Ave, 38103 - Memphis
The hotel is located in the town of Memphis and offers to its guests a comfortable and welcoming accommodation within walking distance of Tennessee State reception centre.
79 Madison Avenue, 38103 - Memphis
Madison Hotel is a 4 star hotel in the town of Memphis, which is located within walking distance of Tennessee State reception centre. The hotel offers a stay with all the comforts and high quality.
170 Lt Geo W Lee Ave, 38103 - Memphis
The Westin Memphis Beale Street is a 4 star hotel in the town of Memphis, which is located within walking distance of Handy Park. The hotel offers a stay with complete facilities and quality services.
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