Madison Hotel
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  • 79 Madison Avenue, Memphis, TN 38103
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Pete from Princeton's rating:
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The staff were unbeliveably nice and helpful. Loved the room and location of the hotel in downtown.
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Disappointed Bride 2's rating:
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I chose the Madison thinking it would be a special experience on our wedding day--a place to get ready with my bridesmaids, then return to that evening with my husband. It looked pretty and was a little cheaper (but not much!) than the Peabody. Here's what happened: Problem #1: Despite arranging MONTHS in advance to check into our room an hour early so my bridesmaids and I could get ready... and following up the week of the wedding... we learned on the spot that the person who made that promise was mistaken because they were booked. So, our ENTIRE WEDDING DAY was delayed by an hour. That meant the ceremony started an hour late, we paid the band for an hour that we didn't get, and the whole day was mayhem. Not to mention, it was embarrassing that I had a bunch of women waiting around in the lobby for an hour and no one even apologized. Yet last week, when a similar overbooking happened to my friend at the Peabody on her wedding day, they immediately put us in a conference room to get ready, apologized profusely (see #3 below), and brought us champagne. Problem #2: We had a few trays of food out as we got ready--pasta, sandwiches, etc. I asked the front desk on our way out if they'd clean the room so the food would be gone when we returned that night. My maid of honor made the same request. I even called later to follow up and make sure they'd done it. But when my husband and I returned to our (expensive) room that night, NOTHING had been cleaned and it smelled like rotting food. Not exactly a dream wedding night. Problem #3: I wrote the Madison a letter via their website AND sent a hard copy in the mail right after this happened. I gave them all my contact info, but no one responded. I followed up; still no response. It's been OVER THREE MONTHS and I still haven't gotten as much as an apology for all of the trouble that the Madison caused with their terrible service. This is the most disappointing fact of all. I am dismayed that a hotel that promises great service and a fine experience would treat a bride and groom with such little consideration and care on their wedding day. Summary: Choose the Peabody or the downtown Marriott (I have no affiliation).
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bosquared's rating:
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We had an awesome night at this hotel. My husband and I were in town to see Jersey Boys at the Orpheum. The hotel was in a great location in proximity to the theater. The trolley was right outside the hotel and took us straight back from the Orpheum. All the staff were very friendly at the hotel. The room was beautiful and comfortable. I would highly recommend this hotel and will stay there again when we return to Memphis!!
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Dr. Smith's rating:
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This was a special occasion so we were looking for a place where there was extra attention to details. The Madison was just as advertised. The room was immaculate and the bed was as comfortable as I have experienced. The staff was friendly and eager to help . A few yards from the front door is Main street with its trolleys and horse-drawn carriages. All of downtown Memphis is within easy walking distance. If you're on a tight budget the Madison may not be for you but if you want to be pampered a little I suggest you give it a try.
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R.L. Ross's rating:
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Being charged $10.95 a night for "amenities" (like so-called free Wi-Fi, etc.) is obscene. Having to call for housekeeping for towels and general bed service and being met with one excuse and one lie is unacceptable. The hotel's restaurant staff is nice, but never completes the follow through (why do you have to always ask for a spoon?). I could go on, but it isn't worth the effort, nor is it worth what you pay. It's an uneven hotel - on the surface, looks great but they need A LOT of work to make it a quality hotel.
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Madison Hotel Overview

The jazzy spirit of Memphis is brought to life at the Madison Hotel.

This boutique luxury hotel dazzles the senses with its striking interiors. Its contemporary style is best defined by its bold use of colors, geometric patterns and modern furnishings. Sexy yet comfortable, this stylish luxury hotel is the select address for cosmopolitan travelers. It is known as downtown Memphis' most celebrated luxury venue and the 1st Small Luxury Four Diamond Hotel - The

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Description: 
The jazzy spirit of Memphis is brought to life at the Madison Hotel.

This boutique luxury hotel dazzles the senses with its striking interiors. Its contemporary style is best defined by its bold use of colors, geometric patterns and modern furnishings. Sexy yet comfortable, this stylish luxury hotel is the select address for cosmopolitan travelers. It is known as downtown Memphis' most celebrated luxury venue and the 1st Small Luxury Four Diamond Hotel - The Madison.

Just steps from downtown's historic Main Street Trolley with access to Beale Street, the Orpheum Theatre, Fed Ex Forum, Red Birds Stadium, the Mississippi Riverfront and many more area attractions, the Madison Hotel offers all the convenience of a select travel destination. Still, one step inside the elegant lobby and you'll know that Memphis' finest hotel is anything but touristy.

Each of the 110 guest rooms and suites is designed with an eclectic flair all its own, with the comforts technology and amenities you'd expect from a AAA Four Diamond Award winner, a Conde' Nast Top 75 U.S. Hotel, and a Travel + Leisure Top 500 World Hotel. Downy italian linens and duvets made from 100% Egyptian cotton, and steeping bathtubs await business travelers and vacationers alike, and the hotel's perfect location ensures a peaceful night's sleep after a full day.

The intimate martini lounge, lobby mezzanine, world-class fitness room, indoor pool and weeping rooftop garden offer multiple options for a relaxing escape. But the Madison's crown jewel is its cozy restaurant, Eighty3, widely recognized for its original takes and creatively prepared World cuisine. See why Madison Hotel is synonymous with "luxury". Experience the unparalleled service, the refined Southern charm, and the classic European elegance of downtown's most distinctly cosmopolitan address. Review what its guests have to say about their experiences and then experience it for yourself. Welcome to luxury. Welcome to the magnificent Madison Hotel.

Wireless Internet is complimentary. Valet Parking is $29 per night.

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Amenities

  • 24 Hour Room Service
  • Bar
  • Business Center
  • Concierge Level
  • Conference Facilities
  • Elevators
  • Handicap Facilities
  • Health Club
  • Indoor Pool
  • Laundry Service
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Non-Smoking Room
  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Room Service
  • Safe Deposit Box
  • Small Pets Allowed
  • Spa

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