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Memphis International AirportMusic-lovers and tourists love to lose themselves in the heart of Memphis. There are day’s worth of museums and historic sites, like the Elvis Presley home, and an endless supply of smoky pulled pork barbeque and ribs to make your stomach happy. The Memphis International Airport is located only 7 miles from downtown and 9 miles from the business center of East Memphis. 57 hotels are available to suit your travel needs, like the recommended Knights Inn, conveniently one mile from the airport.
Why travelers visit Memphis: Graceland, Beale Street, Civil Rights Museum, Sun Studio, Rock N’ Soul Museum, barbeque, and the Memphis Grizzlies.

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      • Holiday Inn Memphis - University of Memphis
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    • Holiday Inn Memphis UniversityIf you're looking for a perfectly located hotel within attractions and popular destinations, you've found the place. The Holiday Inn Memphis University is consistently rewarded for its quality customer service and accommodations. It is ideally located near the Airport of course, to give you the best access.
      • Knights Inn Memphis Airport
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    • Knights Inn Memphis AirportThe Knights Inn Memphis Airport is conveniently located within walking distance to the city's Greyhound MATA bus terminal. For a fee, an airport shuttle can transport you to and from the Memphis Airport. Other amenities include a business center, free breakfast, and an outdoor pool.

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About Memphis International Airport

Located 7 miles southwest of downtown Memphis and 9 miles from the business center of East Memphis, Memphis International Airport offers nonstop service from eight airline carriers throughout the U.S. as well as Toronto, Canada, and Amsterdam, Netherlands. More than 10 million travelers pass through the airport's doors each year. Fun fact: MEM is the home of FedEx, making it the busiest and largest cargo airport in the world. It has three terminals: A, B and C. Terminal B serves international flights.

After you touch down in Memphis, drop your bags at one of the 50-plus hotels near Memphis International Airport. One of the most popular spots is Holiday Inn Memphis University, located close to the attractions, airport and other top destinations. Holiday Inn is consistently rewarded for its customer service and has three amphitheaters and 14 meeting rooms. If you want to be within walking distance to the city's Greyhound, MATA bus terminal, Knights Inn Memphis Airport may be the hotel for you. It even offers breakfast and an outdoor pool to soak in the Tennessee rays.

Collage of areas around Memphis

Welcome to Memphis

Billed as the birthplace of the blues, Memphis is an intersection of music history that gives visitors a high dosage of unique southern culture. The River City, the largest city on the Mississippi River, is located in the southwestern corner of Tennessee and has a metropolitan population of roughly 1.3 million, making it the second-largest metropolitan in the state behind Nashville. Despite being situated in the south, Memphis has a four-season climate. Temperatures in the winter average in the 40s with a snowfall of about 5 inches, while highs reach the 90s.

Business travelers might find it useful to know that Memphis is home to not only FedEx, but also two other Fortune 500 companies - AutoZone and International Paper Co. These big businesses have cultivated a large manufacturing industry. A pointer: A resident of Memphis is referred to as a Memphian.

Downtown Memphis is located on the banks of the Mississippi River. East of downtown lies an area called Midtown, where you'll find Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, Sun Studio, Memphis Brooks Museum of Art and other attractions. Getting around is not difficult, especially if you have a rental car. The two major streets to know are Poplar and Union, which run east and west through the city.

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Things to Do in Memphis

A scenic view of a statue in MemphisAttractions make a lot of noise in Memphis, literally. Listen to up-and-coming musicians along Beale Street, where B.B. King, Alberta Hunter and Isaac Hayes all got their start. Along the coveted street - much like New Orlean's Bourbon Street - you'll find several popular venues and even a museum called the W.C. Handy House. Audiophiles should be sure to swing by the Stax Museum of American Soul Music, which was once the home of Stax Records where top artists like Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding and Earth, Wind & Fire put their tracks to tape.

Continue the trip down music lane at Graceland, which is Elvis Prelsey's home and the second most-visited home in the U.S. behind the White House. A tour will lead you to the King's jungle room, pink Cadillac and record collection. Elvis' grave is also situated on the Graceland grounds. History buffs flock to the National Civil Rights Museum - Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated. If you're traveling with kids, the Memphis Zoo is a great place to go. It has more than 3,500 animals including giant pandas, Ya Ya and Le Le.

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Knights Inn Memphis Airport
1.7 mi stars check
Colonial Inn and Suites - Memphis
1.9 mi stars
Holiday Inn Memphis Airport - Conference Center
2.0 mi stars check