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Great low price and good complimentary breakfast. The bed was super comfortable and room was clean. The only bad thing was the room stank and was almost unbearable. But we opened nice big window to air out and gas station on corner had insense so that helped. I will def stay there again
The hotel staff was very accommodating. I needed to print my boarding passes for our trip the following day, and the manager said she would do it. However, the hotel lobby was in total disarray from remodeling and closed most of the time. When I called her at the appointed time, she had already gone. ...
Memphis is arguably the USA’s best destination for music fans, but it also boasts the nation’s finest BBQ scene, the atmospheric South Main Historic District, an assortment of world-class museums, and an enviable position overlooking the Mississippi River.
As the largest city in Tennessee, Memphis has long been an essential stop on any exploration of the southern USA. At one point, the city was the world’s largest cash market for cotton. Later it became known as a hotbed of civil rights activism, particularly during the 1960s Civil Rights Movement.
In modern day Memphis, the past is honoured with immense care and pride, but the city is also forward-looking and progressive. Much has been done to revitalise formerly tired areas, and there’s a real sense of energy on every downtown corner.
If you’re visiting Memphis on a budget, use Expedia’s search tool to choose from its selection of economical one-star hotels. You’ll find a range of accommodation from downtown to East Memphis to Oakville and around Memphis International Airport, so you’re bound to find something to suit.
Most one-star hotels in Memphis are motels with free self-parking, complimentary WiFi, laundry facilities and 24-hour front desks. Some one-star hotels in Memphis provide in-room microwaves, fridges and safes, while many also have restaurants and business centres.
You can also choose from some of the USA’s best-known low-cost hotels in Memphis, such as Super 8, Knights Inn and Americas Best Value Inn & Suites.
Some of Memphis’s favourite attractions are completely free, like the famous duck parade at the Peabody Hotel, the Mud Island Riverwalk, or one of the 50 free annual concerts at the Levitt Shell open-air amphitheatre. And of course, watching a hot-pink Memphis sunset over the Mississippi River is a classic experience that never costs a dime.
Whatever your budget, use Expedia to find the right one-star hotel in Memphis for you and your family’s needs.