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Blues, barbecue, Southern hospitality, and an unforgettable trip await you in the city of Memphis. And there's no better way to get there than with Venere! Booking with Venere is fast and efficient, and you can search through over 150 amazing Memphis hotels in just a few clicks. Filter through dozens of hotels at a time by price, location, amenities, and more. And if you find yourself needing a little extra help finding that perfect hotel to suit your every travel need, look no further than our expert travel assistants, who are waiting by the phones to help you discover that perfect accommodation for your unique trip. And when you book with Venere, you'll embark with confidence thanks to the thousands of online reviews from real Venere users, so you'll know exactly what to expect from your hotel long before you arrive in Memphis. So hop online or give us a call today and we'll get you on your way to "Blues City!"

What's Memphis like?

There are so many things to which Memphis can be proud to lay claim, perhaps some of the most significant being its influence on the blues and rock music (aside from, perhaps, the barbecue!). To many, Memphis is the very birthplace of blues itself, and you can wander down the streets and soak up live performances drifting through the air. Check out hotels near Beale Street, the "Home of the Blues," for the ultimate Memphis experience. The largest city in Tennessee, you'll discover what feels like a vintage vibe at a modern pace that keeps visitors pouring in year after year. Explore accommodations by Mud Island for an in-depth and family-friendly discovery of the history and impact of the city, the river, and the surrounding regions. The Memphis Pink Palace Museum and Planetarium or the Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum are also great ways to get started on digging into the city's lively museum scene. Many centrally located Memphis hotels are only steps away from the Memphis Area Transit Authority (MATA) bus service or the trolley, making it easy to get around downtown. Or glide around in a horse-drawn carriage or a ferry on the Mississippi River for an unforgettably classic experience.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Memphis

Even though it's one of the largest cities in that corner of the nation, you'll find most "Memphians" to be extremely friendly and open towards tourists, as well as very proud of their city. Many locals have deep roots in the city and its surrounding regions, with lots of stories to share if you ask. Most of the downtown regions where tourism is busiest and where many Memphis hotels are located are perfectly safe for visitors. The late-night events and nightlife keep the streets alive and populated well into the evenings. Locals will advise to dress comfortably if you're in for a lot of exploration by foot, and to drink a lot of water especially if you're visiting during the hot summer months. And who could forget the world-renowned BBQ! You're sure to get countless suggestions for barbecue joints if you ask locals, so arrive hungry, and don’t forget to dig in!