This place is a little older but they keep it nice. It had no roache. The staff was very kind and will help the customer with anything. They have a lounge there that has wondeful night life and great hospitality. Also it is very close to the International air port. An they also have wonderful security!!! I would recommend staying here.
if you want roaches go here .nothing in rooms except fuzzy tv, internet that works when it wants to, and stagnated swimming pool outside.the bed is ok but the bugs will run you out .it could be an awsome motel if they would put some money in it and get rid of the roaches. the nitelife is worth going to check out but i wouldn't stay here again.
The Executive Inn offers a true Memphis experience, full of Southern hospitality and great blues. The rates are affordable and very much worth being able to be so close to blues greats Carla Thomas and Willy Hall. I definitely recommend it for those looking for a real Memphis experience.
We decided to take a trip to Memphis to see some of the tourist sites (Graceland, the Civil Rights Museum, Beale Street, etc.) We were relieved to find a hotel with such low rates right off highway 55. The people at the front desk were very friendly and helped us to plan our next day. The hotel rooms were very basic but clean. The bed was comfortable. We even stopped by to visit the hotel bar and watch some blues music. It was a surprisingly good show, and there seemed to be quite a few locals enjoying the music as well. The next morning we checked out early to get breakfast and then to go to Graceland. I would recommend this hotel for people looking for an inexpensive, conviently located hotel in Memphis. Nothing fancy, but it was what we needed.
Avoid this hotel like the plague. It is far from "executive class" although the staff couldn't be more pleasant and hospitable. We were tired after a long 10 hour drive and wanted to be close to Graceland for the morning tour. That it was, but that was the only benefit of staying at this hotel. It was in a very bad area of Memphis, which we didn't know until we went out to find a restaurant for dinner. When we got back to the hotel we started noticing things wrong with the hotel. There were undesireables lurking around in the hallways which made us feel very uneasy; there was no door knob on the bathroom door so you couldn't close the door properly; no kleenex or shampoo in the bathroom; there was no table to set up the laptop on so had to use a chair; they were steam cleaning the hall rugs at 10:30 at night; no fan in the bathroom; no hangers; no clock or clock/radio; no pillowcase on one of the 4 pillows; no glasses in the room; no hair dryer; ill-fitting bedding (not fitted sheets); no tea or coffee in the room; no TV converter (although one was brought to us when called); the water pressure in the bathtub was great but the shower didn't work; the ice machine was broken (they brought us ice from the bar as they had a "lounge" in the hotel). One thing I can say was the room was clean and the beds were comfortable but that's all I can say. We had a good night's sleep and left as soon as we could (without breakfast as none was offerred) and there was no coffee machine in the room. The front desk was kind enough to give us a cup of coffee on arrival.…
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