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Arrived on a Friday night (party night?) to a crumbling building but friendly reception staff. The lift didn't work so we had to walk up one flight of dangerous crumbling steps in a dodgy stairwell to the first floor to catch the lift which took...More
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Response from Jason A, Public Relations Manager at Hotel Indigo Memphis DowntownResponded 2 August 2018
Please be aware that this Hotel did operate as an Econolodge and is currently closed undergoing a complete renovation and will reopen as a Hotel Indigo this Fall.
When was these pictures taken??? In summary: My friend and I arrived past mid-night and was greeted by a most pleasant desk worker. However I only wished the facilities matched that. The hotel was truly something out of the third world, 1.5 star at best....More
Hotel was closed down upon arrival and i had to sleep in my rental car before the St Jude Marathon. Patetic by Alpharooms who i booked through. Would never recommend this to anyone, a complete & utter disgrace to be honest.
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Lift was busted, only worked from the second floor up, none of the lights or bells worked so we had no idea if the lift was coming. Room wasn't too bad, "Fit for purpose" The hotel is close to the CBD, but a little seedie.
Room was dirty and smells. Elevator was broken. Park on dark unsafe garage and walk 2 flights with luggage . Dump ! Stairs are open to everyone to use and had to walk up 9 flights of stairs after walking to Beale street did not...More