Starting Rate: $144 Priced recently for Dec 6 - Dec 8, 2013
Welcome to the Holiday Inn Express Hotel in Midtown Memphis, Tennessee Let us welcome you to Memphis and spoil you with our Southern hospitality while you are lodging at our Midtown Memphis, TN hotel that is located close to I-240 and is just minutes from downtown Memphis. The hotel property is adjacent to Methodist University Hospital and near nine other major medical centers. Leisure travelers will love our close proximity to downtown Memphis with Beale Street, the Peabody Ducks, Mud Island and Graceland just minutes away. Our Union Street access also means it's just a short drive to the FedEx Forum or AutoZone Park, which are the perfect locations for a family day trip. Business travelers will appreciate our midtown Memphis hotel's easy access to I-240, I-55 and I-40. Our hotel is just eight miles from Memphis International Airport, and the Amtrak Station is two miles away. Our premium business amenities include a Business Center and free Internet access. This newly renovated Memphis hotel offers you unparalleled hotel services. You'll enjoy our Southern charm as much as the free high-speed, wireless Internet access in our inviting rooms. With a fitness center and outdoor pool, you'll feel completely at home. We also offer a special rate for guests with a loved one at Methodist Hospital. Call our choice hotel in Memphis, Tennessee today, and take advantage of our great hotel deals and rates.
Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM
Year Opened: 2007
Time Zone: GMT
Fitness center on-site
Theatre the host several plays and concerts.
One of the south's finest collection of French Impressionist art, and antique furniture and 17 acres of formal and informal gardens.
Home of the late great Elvis Presley.
Memphis zoo and Aquarium
Home of the Memphis Grizzles and the University of Memphis Basketball team.
Local Strip with local eateries, bars, and night clubs.
Home of the Memphis Red Birds Baseball team.
The Lorraine Motel where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in 1968.
Come and explore the history of the Mississippi river and Memphis.
Birthplace of Rock and Roll
Better Business Bureau