|"Very friendly and helpful staff."||(in 37 reviews)|
|"Clean rooms, friendly staff."||(in 53 reviews)|
|"Beautiful rooms and friendly staff."||(in 53 reviews)|
|"Paying for parking is unacceptable!"||(in 8 reviews)|
|"The food was terrible!"||(in 11 reviews)|
|"seperate jetted tub and shower was luxurious"||(in 3 reviews)|
Fun, fun, fun!
We loved the theme and atmosphere of the room and Theo common spaces. Our room had a balcony complete with rocking chairs, and we loved the big jet tub and other amenities.
The room was not very quiet. We could clearly hear our neighbors when they were speaking, and they started setting up in one or the meeting spaces across the hall at 6 am and it was loud enough that we couldn’t go back to sleep.
Big Cypress Lodge was our favorite hotel ever! Rooms and Bathrooms were big and beautiful! Balcony overlooking the Bass Pro Shop was amazing! Very warm and welcoming. We will be back for sure!
We had dinner at Fishbowl, the food was very good, and our waitress was nice but it seemed understaffed. She was the only waitress in the entire seating area where we were, we felt bad for her.
The lodge was beautiful and the amenities top notch.
The staff charged us a parking fee (per day) for both rooms when we only had ONE VEHICLE. When we tried to explain this to the staff, her reply was that she couldn't do anything because the room was booked thru hotel.com. This to me was unacceptable. A rip off.
Big Cypress Lodge in Memphis, TN promises guests an unparalleled destination with irreplaceable memories through unique features such as the sky-high elevator and observation deck, relaxing amenities, adventures, and rustic luxury accommodations.
Located in downtown Memphis, within the new Bass Pro Shops Pyramid, Big Cypress Lodge offers over 100 rustic, distinctively appointed rooms and suites fully immersed in the Bass Pro Shops outdoor lifestyle. Guests can choose from enchanting Tree House retreats, vintage inspired Duck Cabins, an expansive Governor’s Suite, spacious Junior Suites, or a King Fly Fishing room with loft. Each of the rustic luxury accommodations offers the comforts of home with the allure of the great outdoors, all inside am elegant pyramid. All rooms have handcrafted furniture, fireplaces, and many rooms feature balconies.
The Pyramid boasts of an ocean-themed 23-lane bowling alley, the world’s tallest freestanding elevator, alligator ponds, three restaurants, shopping and much more. Overnight guests have access to the fitness center. Big Cypress is definitely a one of a kind property that offers a diverse amount of activities right inside the pyramid.
Set to resemble a hunting lodge, Big Cypress Lodge offers an ambiance that doesn’t even feel like a hotel experience. This lodge is a travel treat for all visitors including men, couples, and families.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
If you enjoy outdoor activities like kayaking or paddle boarding, you might want to book the Outdoor Adventure Package. Along with overnight accommodations, you’ll get a voucher to an outdoor center. There are also themed packages such as the Graceland and Memphis Zoo package. The deal includes your hotel room along with tickets to your selected attraction.
No matter the size of your group, the hotel can accommodate it. It has a boardroom for more intimate meetings and the terrace area for large groups. The hotel’s event planning department can also help you with group activities, catering, decorations, and overnight accommodations or conference attendees.
Depending upon the size of your party, you will be very comfortable in the Governor’s Suite or the Fly Fishing Lodge. The Governor’s Suite can sleep 6-8 guests and has a nicely sized dining space for group gatherings. A group of four ladies that are in town for a concert or spa day will fit comfortably in the Fly Fishing Lodge.
If driving, the trip is about a 20m drive to the hotel from the airport. From the airport, take I-240W/55-N to Downtown/South Riverside Drive. Turn left on Bass Pro Drive into the hotel’s parking lot. You can also take a taxi for about $25.
The Big Cypress Lodge overlooks the Mississippi River. Enjoy views from two sides of the observation deck. You can also see the city from Lookout Restaurant which has floor to ceiling windows all around. Along with water views, you can see the Memphis & Arkansas Bridge, parts of the state of Arkansas, and downtown Memphis from these areas of the hotel.
The Bass Pro Shop at The Big Cypress Lodge is a megastore. In addition to shopping for fishing and boating supplies, you can shop here for gifts and souvenirs. The store also has several attractions and interactive activities for both kids and adults to enjoy. One of its biggest attractions is its massive aquarium. Throughout the day, the kids are welcomed to help the staff to feed the fish. With a visit to the duck museum, you will learn about waterfowl and the wetlands. Again, guests are also welcome to help with feeding the ducks.
The shuttle will take guests up and down Beale street and around the downtown area. It will travel a maximum of 5 mi from the hotel. Transportation for both drop-off and pick-up is arranged through concierge services. (Prices checked 11/06/19).
Big Cypress Lodge is located at 1 Bass Pro Drive in Downtown, 0.6 km from the center of Memphis. Mud Island River Park is the closest landmark to Big Cypress Lodge.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Big Cypress Lodge.
Yes, Big Cypress Lodge offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Big Cypress Lodge does not offer free parking.
No, Big Cypress Lodge does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Big Cypress Lodge is 14.1 km from Memphis. Big Cypress Lodge is 30.9 km from Olive Branch Arpt.
No, pets are not allowed at Big Cypress Lodge.
No, Big Cypress Lodge does not have a pool onsite.