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Madison Hotel Review: A popular haunt for visiting celebs, the Madison wows with modern boutique touches everywhere guests look --- that said, it never forgets its musical roots. The downtown location gives visitors easy access to local attractions like the bars and blues clubs of Beale Street, the FedEx Forum, the riverfront and the Orpheum Theater, as well as an array of top restaurants and hot spots. The 110 accommodations range from Bankers Queen rooms to VIP and Presidential suites, all with contemporary décor that shows off a jazzy color palette with bold patterns and vibrant art. Wi-Fi, nightly turn-down service, 24-hour room service, Keurig coffeemakers, high-end linens, Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin media systems and spa-style bathrooms with rain showerheads round out the list of in-room features. Make time for a workout in the fitness center, which has been custom built out of a century-old bank vault that still boasts the original three-inch steel walls. After you’ve worked up an appetite, grab a table at eighty3 for global fare with Southern flair, or snag a seat at the Twilight Sky Terrace for cocktails and small plates with a view of the sunset over the mighty Mississippi.