This fall, fans of Elvis Presley will get a chance to stay and relax at a new luxury hotel and resort fit for the King of Rock And Roll. The Guest House, located near Presley's Graceland estate and museum in Memphis, Tennessee, is set to open to the public October 27 and is the result of a rockstar dream: For years, Elvis desired to have a place for his friends and fellow musicians to come and collaborate with him, while enjoying the luxuries of his home.
According to Travel+Leisure, the six-story Guest House will feature 450 rooms that range in price from $159 a night in a standard room to $1300 for The King's Suite, which was designed to replicate Presley’s master bedroom with red and black color tones and a custom-draped canopy bed. Standard rooms feature a purple and gold color scheme, a glass-enclosed shower, a flat-screen TV, blackout curtains, and vinyl wallpaper with a photo on the wall of Elvis wearing his iconic gold jacket or white jumpsuit.
The southern colonial-style hotel and resort will include several sports and coffee bars, restaurants, and lounges, such as Lobby Lounge and Delta’s Kitchen, which features locally sourced menu items and a breakfast buffet. Guests will also have access to a 464-seat theater, a ballroom for musical performances and special events, meeting rooms, and a 4000-square-foot lawn for family-friendly activities, as well as a large swimming pool and fire pit.
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