Built in 1925, the hotel is featured on the National Register of Historic Places. The Peabody Memphis features two restaurants, the Capriccio Grill Restaurant, which serves flash-seared steaks and traditional Italian favorites, and Chez Philippe, renowned for its French-Asian fusion cuisine. In the Lobby Bar, refreshing cocktails are enjoyed in comfortable sofas and chairs. The Peabody Memphis specializes in meetings. With the third-floor Peabody Executive Conference Center, Grand Ballroom, Plantation Roof & Skyway, and Tennessee Exhibit Hall, the hotel can accommodate a variety of events. The certified Nautilus training center, the Peabody Athletic Club, features a Grecian-style indoor heated pool, spa tub and Gould's Day Spa & Salon. Boutique shops in the historic hotel's lobby offer fine jewelry, art and artifacts, premium clothing and toys.