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The Peabody Memphis Press Room is designed to keep you up-to-date on the latest news and events at the hotel. For more information, a press kit or to schedule a media visit, please contact our Public Relations Department at 901-529-3638 or pr@peabodymemphis.com.

Press releases

17March2016

The Peabody Kicks Off 2016 Rooftop Party Season on April 14 with David Cook

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12October2015

The Peabody Memphis Named "Best Historic Hotel" by Historic Hotels of America

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16September2015

The Peabody Memphis Named "Hotel with the Most Character" by Saveur

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17August2015

The Peabody and Jack Daniel's to Host Dinner & Whiskey Tasting with Master Distiller Jeff Arnett

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12August2015

Feathers Spa at The Peabody, Coming to the "South's Grand Hotel" in September

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28April2015

Capriccio Grill at The Peabody Unveils New "Modern Southern Comfort" Lunch Menu

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05February2015

The Peabody Memphis Celebrates March with a Package That's Just Ducky

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22January2014

Belz Enterprises Spreads its Wings to Hotel Management, Establishes Peabody Hotels & Resorts

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07December2013

The Peabody Memphis Undergoes Multi-Million Dollar Guestroom Renovatioin

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recent coverage

The South's Best Hotels & Inns

The South's Best Hotels & Inns

Southern Living

"Yes, it’s almost cliché to have The Peabody on such a list, but those dang ducks draw us in every time."

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Don't Call Them Bellboys - 11 Hospitality Helpers with Unique Titles

Don't Call Them Bellboys - 11 Hospitality Helpers with Unique Titles

Fox News

"Today, Petrina is in charge of feeding, exercising and training those ducks’ successors. As the fifth duckmaster in the hotel’s history, he’s maintaining a hotel tradition that dates back to 1933."

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Top 10 Historic Hotels Across the US

Top 10 Historic Hotels Across the US

Yahoo

"With an original building dating back to 1869, The Peabody reflects the opulence and glamour of a bygone era."

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Enjoy Memphis' Barbecue, Blues and Beale Street

Enjoy Memphis' Barbecue, Blues and Beale Street

St. Louis Post Dispatch

"One of the most legendary hotels in the country, the Peabody sits just a few blocks off Beale Street."

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6 Hotel Teas fit for Royalty

6 Hotel Teas fit for Royalty

Trivago
"The only place in Memphis to experience the elegance of Afternoon Tea in the English manner is at the iconic Peabody Hotel."

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Like Clockwork. 10 Attractions You Can Count On

Like Clockwork. 10 Attractions You Can Count On

Travel Channel
"Cue the drum roll. Unroll the red carpet. The Peabody downtown hotel welcomes some very adorable VIP guests every morning.."

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Memphis Gets its Groove Back

Memphis Gets its Groove Back

Huffington Post
"Having not visited Memphis in at least a decade, I returned this summer to a sense that the city is really on the verge of a cultural and tourist boom..."

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Three Perfect Days: Memphis

Three Perfect Days: Memphis

United: Hemispheres
"I wake in a spacious suite at the Peabody Memphis, slip on a robe, which is embroidered with ducks, fluff my pillow, also decorated with ducks, then shower and dry myself with a towel that’s emblazoned with ducks. I think they’re trying to tell me something."

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Memphis: Historical and Ever So Hip

Memphis: Historical and Ever So Hip

Fort Worth Star-Telegram
"Even if you think you've seen it all in Memphis, you haven't. It's a city worth visiting more than once."

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Your Adventure in Memphis

Your Adventure in Memphis

Southwest: The Magazine
"Funky music clubs on Beale Street. Fall-off-the-bone ribs. Graceland. Your travel itinerary writes itself."

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36 Hours in Memphis

36 Hours in Memphis

The New York Times
"“The Mississippi Delta begins in the lobby of the Peabody Hotel,” wrote the historian and journalist David L. Cohn, so grab a Peabody Punch and avoid the madness downstairs by staking a claim on the hotel’s opulent mezzanine."

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