With a stay at Courtyard by Marriott Collierville in Collierville, you'll be close to Carriage Crossing and Mike Rose Soccer Complex.
Make yourself at home in one of the 128 air-conditioned guestrooms. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming provides entertainment. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include desks and complimentary newspapers, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Make use of convenient amenities, which include a concierge desk and a hair salon.
Satisfy your appetite at a coffee shop/café serving guests of Courtyard by Marriott Collierville.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, currency exchange, and express check-in. Free parking is available onsite.
Jennifer, the expert stitcher behind Night Owl T-Shirt Quilts, preserves memories by sewing cherished T-shirts into handmade quilts and pillows. High-school and college graduates can celebrate good times snuggled under a patchwork of school insignias, or stitch in purloined portions of the school mascot’s costume. Commemorate a marathon career with a four-shirt pillow ($100), or cozy up under a 48"x48" quilted homage to the local sports team hewn from 15–20 T-shirts ($326.40). Jennifer can also add colorful squares of T-shirt material to fill out each quilt or pillow.
Captain John's menu comes fully loaded with a selection of sauced wonders that will warm the heart of even the most callused barbecue veteran. The barbecue dinner plate, the belle of Captain John's Barbecue ball, comes loaded with either pork ($7.99) or beef ($8.29), tangy sauce, and coleslaw on a toasted bun with a side of barbecue beans and fries. Bone nibblers need look no further than the half-slab rib plate (complete with beans, slaw, potato salad, and a toasted bun, $11.95), while the smoked turkey leg ($6.39) is a rustic feast ideal for menacingly pointing at terrified peasants in the style of your favorite tyrannical 13th-century meat baron. Wash it all down with an apple- or peach-fired pie ($1.99), the only dessert clinically proven to combat post-barbecue depression, or, as it's known colloquially, the sauce-fits.
The FurnitureMan equips bedrooms with eco-friendly memory-foam mattresses from Heaven Sent, available in multiple sizes. Composed of soy-based materials, each mattress touts an ultra-comfy blend of memory foam to reduce heat and cratering concerns common in many mattresses and four-poster meteorites. As the thick, supportive material ergonomically forms to the body, a hypoallergenic velour cover defends against night-stealing sniffles. With the included box spring, patrons can snooze soundly without the motion-transfer issues of unsupported bedding.