The Guest House at Graceland
Long live the King at this guest house next to Elvis' legendary Graceland.
No need to check into Heartbreak Hotel here. Within sight of the King’s former residence, The Guest House at Graceland gives fans new insight into how American royalty once lived. This resort marks the most ambitious Graceland undertaking since the property first opened its doors to visitors in 1982, and is the largest hotel addition Memphis has seen in nearly a century. Southern hospitality is to be expected, and the gracious colonial architecture makes a memorable first impression in keeping with Elvis’ own larger-than-life personality.
The 450 rooms and suites are furnished with Dreamcatcher by Simmons Beautyrest beds, spa-style Kohler rain showers, state-of-the-art LED lighting, Keurig coffee makers and dramatic jewel-toned accents. Priscilla Presley contributed to the design of 20 specialty suites, ensuring a sense of authenticity for the most loyal fans. Named after Elvis' parents, Vernon and Gladys Suites draw their design inspiration from Presley's home in Palm Springs. House dining includes Delta’s Kitchen, with a menu that pays tribute to the Mississippi and Tennessee River Delta, while E.P.’s Bar & Grill is a Southern-style gastropub that features a pool room in honor of Elvis, who loved billiards. In addition, The Guest House offers an on-site theater, an outdoor pool, shuttle service to Beale Street and conference and event facilities.
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