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Best Vacation Rentals in Memphis

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Memphis, Tennessee
Vacation Rental • 3294 ft² • 4 Bedrooms
(20 reviews)
At 3,300 SF, its' location near Sun Studio and the trolley line, has a "contemporary but comfortable" atmosphere. After parking in your secure garage, or stepping off the trolley line, climb the simple heart-pine staircase to your "Edgy Downtown Speak-Easy". No one will ever know you're walking your brick floors, enjoying your (2) Master Bedrooms, knocked-out Kitchen and Master Bath, pool table, oak-paneled Library, big screens TV's, and Rooftop Deck, with room for (12).
from $346 / night
Memphis, Tennessee
Vacation Rental • 3 Guests • 1 Bedroom
(20 reviews)
My house is a 1925 craftsman bungalow in an old established neighborhood in midtown Memphis. The rental price includes the entire house. We relocate when the home is rented. Please note that we have a dog and a cat. They relocate with us but if you have pet allergies you should be aware of this. The decor includes local art and international folk art that we've collected from our travels. We have a large screened in front porch. The bedroom has a queen sized bed and there is a very comfortable, wide sofa in the TV room for a 3rd person. The living and dining area is large and open. There is...
from $140 / night
Memphis, Tennessee
Vacation Rental • 2293 ft² • 3 Bedrooms
(20 reviews)
New townhouse with new furniture (I also own next door if you have a large group VRBO Listing #622300). There are two couches in the den and one is a SLEEPER SOFA. The home features 3 bedrooms (one of them is a pass-thru with a queen sized bed), the other two bedrooms are masters each with their own bathrooms and showers. You can park your car in the 2 car garage and it will be safe for your entire visit. There is also additional free parking in the back and free parking out front on the street right in front of your door.There is a new 60' TV with cable and you will also have wifi. The kit...
from $342 / night

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Prices and availability

Vacation rental prices Memphis

$433for 3 Dec - 10 Dec
$524 annual average
Average price per week

Vacation rentals availability Memphis

41%for 3 Dec - 10 Dec
64% annual average
Percentage of available rentals

Vacation rentals in Memphis

Stunning rental location in Tennessee

The city of Memphis can be easily spotted along the Mississippi River in the southwestern part of Shelby County, Tennessee. Memphis is the state’s second-largest city, right behind Nashville, with a population of just over half a million inhabitants. The city neighbors Arkansas, Mississippi and Missouri, giving it quite a central location if you’re making your journey from one of these states. For any history lover, you will be delighted to know that Memphis has been known to be one of the most historic and culturally significant cities in the southern part of the United States. In fact, the history of Memphis can be dated back to 1541 when the first European explorer, a Spanish conquistador named Hernando de Soto, discovered this land during his New World expedition. Since then, the city grew as one of the largest cities in the Antebellum South thanks to its importance for the agricultural goods market and natural resources. Now, Memphis is known to be a regional center for commerce, education, media, art and entertainment. However, besides its rich history, Memphis also has an incredible and varietal landscape, as well as distinct neighborhoods ready for you to discover. Moreover, the city holds a prominent music scene that includes historic blues clubs. Overall, there is a little bit of something for anyone that wishes to visit Memphis.

Discover the vacation rentals

When planning your vacation in Memphis, you will be surprised to see the number of vacation rentals at your disposal. You can choose to rent a property closer to the city center to enjoy the bustling nightlife filled with music or maybe a quieter rental located closer to nature and by the Mississippi River. Most of the vacation rentals will be able to offer you amenities such as a pool, private parking, wifi, as well as pet-friendly accommodations.

Vacations in Memphis

How to get there and what to do

Boogie down with the Blues in Memphis

Being the second-largest city in the state of Tennessee, Memphis is easily accessible and quite a comfortable journey to make. The main airport, Memphis International Airport, offers more than 40 direct flights catered by a handful of major airlines such as American Airlines, Delta and Southwest. From the airport, you will be able to reach the city center with just a short ride by taxi or with a shuttle bus. However, if you wish to drive to Memphis, you will find that the city is connected to its neighboring states and cities through six different interstate highways, also available for anyone that wishes to make the journey by bus. Lastly, you will be able to find that trains also do arrive in Memphis with one-stop service from Chicago and New Orleans. Once you arrive at your destination, make sure to stroll around the historic district of the city and take in the beautiful landscape and enjoy the world-renowned music that Memphis provides its visitors.

Where to eat in Memphis

On your vacation in Memphis, you can be sure that you will not be starving. This city has a versatile and vast selection of cuisines that you can pick from. Whether you want a taste of typical southern food, a little bit of soul food, or something more exotic, you surely will be able to find plenty of options for all. Do not miss out on the official cuisine of Memphis, the barbecue. One of the local favorite eateries for a good barbecue is The Rendezvous. This friendly neighborhood restaurant will provide you with a menu filled with dishes such as ribs, sausages, briskets, and cheese platters. However, if you wish to taste some soul food, head on over to Alcenia’s. This hospitable restaurant is known for its delicious fried chicken and its unique baked catfish. The restaurant also provides a takeaway option if you wish to eat at your accommodation instead.

Travelers and activities

Memphis for outdoor activities

One of the best ways to enjoy Memphis is to explore its outdoors. The city of Memphis is well known for being bike-friendly encompassing over 60 miles of bike trails and lanes, most of them surrounded by greenery. You can rent a bike or use a bike share to explore the city while staying active. Some of the most popular trails are the Shelby Farms Greenline, the Big River Crossing, and the Wolf River Greenway. However, if you feel like doing something more relaxing outdoor, check out one of the many parks the city has to offer. Whether you are in the city center or the suburbs, there will be a park just a stone throw away for you to go on a walk, a jog, or just lay on the grass and have a picnic. Some of the most memorable parks include Chickasaw Heritage Park, T.O. Fuller State Park and Cameron Brown Park.

Memphis for families

There are plenty of family-friendly activities to enjoy in Memphis. From educational museums and playgrounds to excursions and hiking trails. Head over to the Fire Museum of Memphis to learn more about the history of the firefighters in Memphis. This museum is located in the old Engine Number One which was created in 1910. You will be able to discover the life of the firefighters, admire the vintage equipment from the early 1900s and even explore the restored 1897 Hale Water Tower. Another ideal destination for families is the Discovery Park of America. This 50-acre museum of history and exploration will provide you with an indoor and outdoor exhibit, natural history and regional museum, as well as a scientific area.

Did you know that the name Memphis means established and beautiful?

Top 5 travel tips for Memphis

1. National Civil Rights Museum

Located in the famous Lorrain Motel where Marin Luther King Jr. resided on April 4, 1968, this museum allows you to learn about the local and national history of the Civil Rights movement in the United States. Through multimedia presentations, artifacts and interactive exhibits, you will be able to explore the past of Memphis.

2. Stax Museum of American Soul Music

You can find this amazing museum situated in the original site of the Stax Records studio. The museum will allow you to learn about all the renowned musicians who have recorded in this notorious space through a plethora of artifacts, exhibits, films and galleries.

3. Graceland

Have you truly been to Memphis if you don’t visit the residence of Elvis Presley? Located just a short drive from downtown Memphis you will find one of the most visited private residence in the United States. Take a tour to learn more about the artists’ life and admire his private collection, such as his personal pink Cadillac.

4. Beale Street

To discover the music scene of the city, you need to take a stroll through Beale Street. This is where blues music was born and where many famous musicians, such as B.B. King, Alberta Hunter and Issac Hayes, made their fame.

5. Memphis Zoo

If you love animals and discovering more about them, the Memphis Zoo is the place for you. Here you will be able to visit nocturnal animal exhibits, explore the big cat area, and admire over 4500 species of animals.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Memphis

How much does it cost to book a vacation rental in Memphis?

Considering the average cost of $326 per night, Memphis lies at the lower end of the price range for vacation rentals in the USA.

During which months are vacation rentals cheaper in Memphis?

If you would like to save as much as possible during your visit to Memphis, go there in February ($255 per night on average), March ($261), or January ($288), to find the lowest prices for the whole year.

In which months is it more expensive to rent a vacation rental in Memphis?

Last year, the month that had the highest annual average in Memphis was July, with an average price of $392 per night. This was followed by June, with an average of $377, and then August, with $372.

Is Memphis a good location for a last-minute getaway?

It is recommended that you book your stay well in advance when visiting Memphis, as only 32% of our accommodations are usually available throughout the year.

What are the best months for a last-minute getaway?

The best months to find free accommodation in Memphis are July (the average amount of properties that are free reached 55% of the total last year), June (50%), and January (44%).

How many vacation rentals does Holidu have in Memphis?

We have collected the offers from 4 different partners in Memphis, so we can offer you around 480 properties. You're going to have a hard time choosing!

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