Although the room was quite comfortable, we didn't get much sleep because there was so much noise out in the hall. Something else,,,,my iphone charger was stolen while we were out for the day. Why would you steal that? We won't stay there again nor will we reccomend it.
Best Rest Away from Home.
This newly remodeled, used-to-be Westin, is very nice for the price we paid. The beds are remarkably comfortable (and we have a Tempurpedic at home!); all four of our party agreed. The rooms are spacious, attractive, clean, and have all the amenities. The staff is pleasant and very helpful. About a block from the trolley, which is fun and only $1, the hotel is also within easy walking distance to Beale Street--we were there for the International Blues Competition. We will return for Memphis in May!
Upscale hotel chain offers meeting facilities, signature restaurants and luxury amenities.. In Short Offering many of the thoughtful touches and services of a first-class hotel, business and leisure guests enjoy spacious guest rooms equipped with high-speed Internet access, a working desk and ergonomic chair, coffeemaker, data port, movies on demand, Sony Playstation® and voice mail. For those who don't want to neglect their fitness routines while traveling, Wyndham offers a state-of-the-art fitness center, heated pool, sauna and hot tub where guests can get that adrenaline pumping.
Stay somewhere else!.
My water never got warm ( I literally was shivering in the shower), you had to pay for breakfast, and the room wasn't that great. The location was good and the staff was ok, but there are many other options in Memphis....choose a different one!
It's a Nice Place to Stay.
I must say that my experince at the Wyndham was not bad. The staff was helpful and very respectful. The water did take about 30 seconds to warm up but hey its a hotel with 200 plus rooms. Next time the grippers should rent a condo. Located close to Beale St, Peabody Place and The Pyramid. I thought it was nice.