Not Sure Where to Stay in Memphis?

Not sure where to stay in Memphis, Tennessee?

The birthplace of Rock ‘n Roll is always bustling with excitement, and Stay Alfred knows for sure that the best way to experience this city is to live like a local in a fully furnished vacation home. Rather than crowding your friends and family into a hotel, take a look at one of our 2 or 3 bedroom vacation rental options that are walking distance from the wonders of Beale Street and numerous other attractions!

Fielder Square vacation rental in Memphis
Fielder Square vacation rental in Memphis

Fielder Square: Located right next to AutoZone Park in downtown Memphis, Fielder Square will put you at only a 10 minute walk away from Beale Street. When you’re not out and about exploring Memphis, Fielder Square is full of all the amenities you need to enjoy a comfortable and home-like stay. In the midst of the Fielder Square community, you’ll find a beautiful oasis-style pool near the courtyards. With tranquil courtyards outside and city views of AutoZone Park, the Fielder Square is quite the scenic place to stay. Spacious two and three bedroom rentals are available at this property.

Beale Street
Beale Street in Memphis via Rdikeman on Wikipedia

One of the main draws of Memphis is the energy, music, and food of Beale Street. We’re not sure if this place smells more like beer or BBQ. Visitors often refer to this beloved destination as “Baby Bourbon Street” due to the similar lively bar hopping and interesting shopping vibe of the iconic place in New Orleans. If live music is your thing, Beale Street is the place to be! One of our favorite spots on Beale Street for appetizers, beer, and live music is coincidentally named Alfred’s! Other classic Beale Street hot spots worth checking out are B.B. King’s Blues Club, Wet Willie’s, and Gus’s World Famous Hot & Spicy Chicken. Want to start a friendly argument between locals? Ask what restaurant in town serves the best BBQ.

Metro67 vacation rental in Memphis
Metro67 vacation rental in Memphis

Metro 67: Located on Madison Street in downtown Memphis, Metro67 is a uniquely decorated community that will offer you the space and comfort that you need to prepare for your adventure into the city! Look out at the excellent view of the Mississippi River on the rooftop deck or keep your workout routine going in the state of the art community fitness center. Downstairs, you’ll find a quirky Java Cafe tucked away in a historical basement vault.

Graceland
Elvis’ final resting place at Graceland by Kees Wielemaker via Flickr

Beale Street might be only a 15 minute stroll away, but the Memphis trolley or bus routes are available right near your rental to take you anywhere you want to travel. Memphis is full of off-beat attractions and surprises. Have you ever heard of the Memphis Pyramid? If you’re interested in visiting one of the world’s largest hunting and fishing stores in the world, you might want to make your way over to this not-so-hidden gem. When you’ve completed your tackle box shopping, you can enjoy the restaurants, bowling alley, archery range, observation deck, and aquarium that also draws crowds to this remarkable megastore. (Yes, Memphians think this place is weird, too.)

A trip to Memphis isn’t complete without a visit to the home of The King. At Graceland, you’ll be able to tour and marvel over Elvis’ 14 acre estate. Visitors are invited to explore Elvis’ mansion, trophy room, automobile museum, and final resting place in the Meditation Garden.  
Let’s not forget about fantastic events in this city such as Memphis in May. Looking to spend time in this endlessly entertaining city? For more information about Memphis vacation rentals, visit this page or call us at 866-232-3864. We would love to be able to help you choose the perfect Memphis accommodations!