Join the Elvis fanatics making their pilgrimage to Graceland when you take a weekend break in Memphis, Tennessee. The former home of the King is open for guided tours and has become a shrine to Elvis, his life, and his music. If music is your passion, make sure to check out the Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum or see a replica of the famous recording studio at the Stax Museum of American Soul Music. Check out more history at the National Civil Rights Museum, or take a break from sightseeing and watch the NBA's Memphis Grizzlies play at the city's FedExForum. Memphis comes alive at night. Check out live music of all varieties in the city's bars and concert halls – Beale Street is the perfect place to wrap up your weekend break, with drinking, dancing, and plenty of atmosphere. A highlight is Silky O'Sullivan's open-air bar, where you can sip cocktails from a bucket while watching the resident goats – yes, goats – at play.
Connected to the Memphis Convention Center by indoor skybridge walkway, this hotel is located in Memphis, Tennessee and offers an indoor pool, on-site restaurant and free WiFi.
Every room at Sheraton Memphis Downtown provides a 32-inch flat-screen LCD TV with premium cable channels and a large work area with a desk. Select rooms offer views of the Mississippi River. A small refrigerator and coffee maker are also included.
Crossroads Tavern & Grille is located on-site and offers Southern American cuisine, handcrafted cocktails and artisan wines. Prepared packaged to-go meals are also available.
Over 16,000 square feet of flexible modern meeting space is available at the hotel, along with a 24-hour fitness centre and business centre. The on-site snack shop sells snacks, coffee and drinks.
Main Street Trolley stop is located outside the hotel entrance and offers transportation to nearby popular attractions, including the National Civil Rights Museum, FedEx Forum and South Main Historic Arts District. Memphis International Airport is 11 miles away.