Sheraton Memphis Downtown Hotel

Memphis, TN Hotel
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ChainMarriott International Hotels
Total Meeting Space> 10,000 sq. m
Guest Rooms600
250 North Main Street
Memphis, TN 38103

Sheraton Memphis Downtown Hotel

Memphis, TN Hotel
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Room Features and Guest Services

  • Calls (Toll-Free)
  • Concierge Services
  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Service
  • Luggage Storage
  • Room Service
  • View (Urban)
  • Voicemail Box


  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Gift Shop
  • Onsite Restaurant
  • Onsite Security
  • Pet Friendly
  • Space (Outdoor)
  • Space (Private)
  • Wheelchair Accessible


  • AV Capabilities
  • Business Center
  • Video Conference

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Indoor Pool

Venue Accessible By

  • Bus
  • Taxi


  • Dance Floor
  • Loading Dock
  • Piano

Image Gallery


Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space> 10,000 sq. m
Meeting Rooms55
Largest Room11,613 sq. m
Second Largest Room4,523 sq. m
Space (Private)32,516 sq. m
Space (Outdoor)279 sq. m
Exhibit Space> 10,000 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms600
Singles (1 Bed)258
Doubles (2 Beds)332
Single (1 Bed) Rate$109.00 – $209.00
Double (2 Beds) Rate$119.00 – $229.00
Tax Rate9.25%
Occupancy Rate6.7%




Local Attractions

South Main Historic Arts District

2 mi. away
The South Main Historic Art District is filled with art galleries, shops, restaurants and great tourist attractions like the Arcade Restaurant, Earnestine & Hazel's and the National Civil Rights Museum. The main artery is the trolley line that runs down South Main Street EXPERIENCE: While visiting the South Main Historic Art District, make sure you do not miss the National Civil Rights Museum, located at the Lorraine Motel, chronicles key episodes of the American civil rights movement. Top that off with the treasure of shops and galleries offering art, objects and apparel from local craftspeople and designers as well as internationally known artists. And after all the touring and shopping, you'll need to stop in one of the many Memphis-favorite eateries like Earnestine & Hazel's, the famous former brothel and the Arcade Restaurant known for their sweet potato pancakes. The district has been featured in many films such as The Firm, 21 Grams, Hustle and Flow, Walk the Line, Black Snake Moan, Great Balls of Fire, The Client and more. The views of the Memphis skyline and the Mississippi River from the South Main Historic Art District truly are breathtaking. HISTORY: Located in downtown Memphis encompassing an area that runs from Linden to Crump, north to south, and Third to the Mississippi River, east to west. This district grew up in the hustle and bustle of the boom era of the train stations – Union Station and Central Station. Most of the South Main buildings were built between 1910 and 1920. The area's businesses catered to the railroad passengers and employees – hotels, bars, restaurants and other small businesses. But when railroad days ended in the 1960s, that marked the end of South Main. It became warehouses and empty buildings. In 1982 eleven blocks and 105 buildings were designated as an Historic District and the early 90s the district started its comeback. Today there are restaurants, upscale apartments, galleries, photographers, graphic designers and retail with more and more buildings being renovated for lofts, condos and apartments. The South Main Historic Arts District attracts a diverse group of people who love the urban living experience. INSIDERS TIP: There is a street festival the last Friday of every month known as Trolley Night where all of the businesses open and serve wine from 6-9pm. This is the largest monthly held public event in the city and is a great way to introduce people to the eclectic, artsy community of South Main.
South Main Street
Memphis, TN, US 38103

Beale Street Entertainment District

1 mi. away
In the heart of downtown Memphis with three blocks of nightclubs, restaurants and retail shops, the Beale Street entertainment district is a melting pot of delta blues, jazz, rock 'n' roll, R&B and gospel. With cold beer and hot music, Beale Street is one of the coolest places in Memphis.
203 Beale Street
Memphis, TN, US 38103

Gibson Guitar Factory

1 mi. away
What do B.B. King, Eric Clapton, Dizzy Gillespie and Donald “Duck” Dunn all have in common? They each play or played guitars that were made right here in the Bluff City. If you want to play like a rock star, Memphis has you covered. We may not be able to give you the talent, but we can make sure that you have the proper gear to keep you rockin’ all night long. Gibson Guitar Factory and St. Blues Guitar Workshop build guitars, from start to finish, right here in the Mid South. While the methods between the two shops are very different, one thing is certain: you’ll walk out of there with an amazing instrument and a piece of music history. Gibson Guitar Factory The Memphis branch of Gibson Guitar Factory opened in 1999, although the company dates back to the early 1900s. While the factories in Bozeman, Montana and Nashville, Tennessee build all of the electric models, purists come to Memphis for the hollow body and semi-hollow body, semi-acoustic guitars.
145 Lt. George W. Lee Avenue
Memphis, TN, US 38103

American Queen Steamboat

7 blocks away
Join us for an unforgettable Mississippi River cruise aboard the grandest, most opulent riverboat afloat, the American Queen. Explore historic river towns along the Lower Mississippi (New Orleans, Natchez, Memphis), Upper Mississippi (St. Louis, St. Paul) and Ohio & Tennessee Rivers (Cincinnati, Louisville, Chatanooga). Enjoy award-winning showboat style entertainment, dine in your choice of restaurants from acclaimed American chef Regina Charboneau and revel in the modern luxury of your spacious stateroom.
40 South Main
Memphis, TN, US 38103

Memphis Rock N Soul Museum

1 mi. away
The Smithsonian Institute and The National Museum of American History worked together to to create the Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum. The Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum's exhibition about the birth of rock and soul music, created by the Smithsonian Institution, tells the story of musical pioneers who, for the love of music, overcame racial and socio-economic barriers to create the music that shook the entire world. Even its location on the legendary Highway 61 and Beale sets this museum apart. The Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum offers a comprehensive Memphis music experience from the rural field hollers and sharecroppers of the 1930s, through the explosion of Sun Studio, Stax and Hi Records and Memphis' musical heyday in the 70s, to its global musical influence. Stroll at your own pace through the seven galleries featuring 3 audio visual programs, more than 30 instruments, 40 costumes and other musical treasures. The audio tour provides over 300 minutes of information, including over 100 songs. In addition to the museum tours, now you can enjoy the "Historic Walking Tour of Beale Street." Armed with an MP3 audio guide and map, you will be able to stroll the cobblestones and hear the history, trivia and lesser-known facts of Beale Street.
191 Beale Street
Memphis, TN, US 38103

Orpheum Theatre Memphis

1 mi. away
The Orpheum Theatre is truly one of Memphis' most remarkable success stories; a theatre able to overcome a variety of adversities that ranged from several untimely bankruptcies, a devastating fire, the decay of downtown Memphis, and the threat of demolition for the construction of an office complex. Yet the "South's Finest Theatre" rose above all this and is the Mid-South’s premiere performing arts center. On an average annual basis, The Orpheum has presented more Broadway touring productions than any other theater in the country. In addition to bringing the finest Broadway Productions to the area, a wide array of entertainers have graced the Orpheum's stage including Cary Grant, Andy Williams, Johnny Mathis, Gladys Knight and the Pips, Kenny G, Chuck Mangione, Stacy Keach, Patti LaBelle, Robert Goulet, Dorothy Hamill, Harry Connick, Jr., Tom Jones and the Vienna Choir Boys to name a few. Two of Memphis' local arts groups, Ballet Memphis and Opera Memphis, also call The Orpheum home.
203 S Main St
Memphis, TN, US 38103

Stax Museum of American Soul Music

3 mi. away
The Stax Museum of American Soul Music is a museum located in Memphis, Tennessee, at 926 East McLemore Avenue, the former location of Stax Records. It is operated by Soulsville USA, which also operates the adjacent Stax Music Academy.
926 East McLemore Avenue
Memphis, TN, US 38106

National Civil Rights Museum

1 mi. away
The National Civil Rights Museum is the site of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, TN where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 1968. The Museum is located at South Main and Huling Streets, in the historic art district of downtown Memphis.
450 Mulberry Street
Memphis, TN, US 38103

Distance from Airport

  • 19.31 km from Venue


  • Valet Parking$26.00 / day
  • Bus Parking


This magnificent hotel finished a multi-million renovation in October 2014. All 600 guest rooms, 10 suites, front desk area, lobby, restaurant and bar were completely transformed and updated during this major renovation. Additional meeting space was added on the lobby level as well. While visiting the Mid-South area, escape to this stunning Memphis, Tennessee, hotel located in the heart of the city, boasting exceptional service in a warm & welcoming atmosphere. The Sheraton Memphis Downtown Hotel, the largest hotel in Memphis, Tennessee, is situated on the Memphis Trolley line and is connected by skywalk to the 350,000 square foot Memphis Cook Convention Center. We are conveniently located near exciting area attractions such as Beale Street, Bass Pro Pyramid, the National Civil Rights Museum, Graceland (home of Elvis Presley), AutoZone Park (home of the Memphis Redbirds baseball team), Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium & the FedEx Forum (home of the NBA Memphis Grizzlies and numerous concerts and events). Relax & unwind in one of 600 stylish downtown Memphis hotel rooms & suites featuring magnificent views of the Mississippi River and the downtown city area. Feast on savory regional cuisine at the delectable Crossroads Grille restaurant, or enjoy a drink with friends at the very modern & charming Crossroads Tavern. Showcasing 16,000 sq ft of versatile event space within the hotel, this unique convention center hotel in downtown Memphis is also connected to Memphis Cook Convention Center and is perfect for productive business engagements, as well as elegant wedding receptions. Depart from the ordinary and experience the extraordinary and an unforgettable downtown Memphis, Tennessee hotel.

Cancellation Policy

You may cancel your reservation for no charge until 6 PM hotel time on check-in. Please note that we will assess 100% fee, if you must cancel after this deadline.

Additional Information

Three concierge levels offer upgraded accommodations, VIP services, and many offer views of the Mississippi River. Don t miss the casual dining of our onsite restaurant, Crossroads Tavern & Grille. Our location near Beale Street is ideal for wedding receptions and social events of all sizes. The largest hotel in Memphis is also the "newest" hotel in Memphis after recently completing a major multi-million renovation, and adding meeting space to total 16,000 square feet in the hotel. No conference is too large for the Sheraton Memphis Downtown hotel as it is also connected to the 350,000 square foot Memphis Cook Convention Center.