The Guest House at Graceland

A new Memphis luxury hotel fit for a King
VERIFIED LUXURY
The Guest House at Graceland is a bold hospitality foray aiming to please Elvis Presley fans while also welcoming Memphis conventioneers and weekend travelers simply looking for a comfortable overnight experience. With just the right mix of shimmer and sophistication, this all-new property, complete with 450 rooms, a 464-seat theater and four dining options, was able to do it.

The property couldn’t be more convenient for the 600,000 fans who annually make the pilgrimage to the Memphis landmark. The walk from the Guest House’s lobby to Graceland’s ticket office is a breezy 10 minutes. If you’d rather not risk scuffing your suede shoes, hop on one of the shuttle buses going back and forth to the attraction throughout the day.
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Our Inspector's Highlights
• Presley touches grace the halls here too, but are so subtle that if you weren’t paying attention, you’d walk right past photos of magnified pieces of Elvis’ wardrobe or light fixtures designed in the shape of “EP.”

• It’s well documented that Elvis loved to eat. The Guest House at Graceland wants to honor that and give his fans a good meal too with a sports bar, all-day buffet restaurant and grab and go spot.

• Almost every night of the week, some fine local talent will have your toes tapping at the Lobby Lounge, another great spot for a light bite and beer.

• The Memphis hotel offers an outdoor pool, a fitness center and a light-hearted events calendar filled with Elvis trivia games and themed karaoke nights.

• Of course, it wouldn’t be Graceland without some real music. At the onsite theater, local acts regularly take to the stage with spirited performances the King himself would likely approve.
Things to Know
• The Memphis hotel offers a free shuttle service to and from the airport, only three miles away.

• The walk from the Guest House’s lobby to Graceland’s ticket office is a breezy 10 minutes. If you’d rather not risk scuffing your suede shoes, hop on one of the shuttle buses going back and forth to the attraction throughout the day.

• Though Elvis is still clearly the brand at The Guest House at Graceland, property developers have turned down the glitter's shimmer significantly from the nearby Heartbreak Hotel.
The Rooms
• The rooms certainly have flair — sparkly gold shower tiles and throw pillows with white tigers on them look like design elements Liberace might have approved — but they’re still done with the high-end traveler in mind.

• The rooms feature luxurious amenities like 50-inch flat-screen TV, spa-like Kohler shower and a drapery-controlled keypad

• Elvis’ former wife, Priscilla Presley, made sure the high-end aesthetic carried over to the 20 suites she personally helped designed as well. From funky end tables and bar stools to curving leather sofas in the ’60s-inspired spaces, everything feels playfully polished.
The Restaurants
• Set up like a sleek sports bar, EP’s Bar & Grill is where you go to catch a Memphis Grizzlies basketball game on TV or settle a bet at the pool table in between bites of the Delta Burger or maple-syrup-dripped chicken and biscuits. 

• Delta’s Kitchen is far from formal, but its neutral color scheme and attentive servers skew the diners’ attire ever so slightly.

• With a host of Southern favorites and carving stations coming to the line, the smorgasbord that guests have been nibbling from at breakfast can soon be enjoyed later in the evening at Delta’s Kitchen.

• If you’re in a hurry to get to the “Elvis in Hollywood” exhibit before every other Graceland visitor that day, pop into Shake, Rattle & Go, a sort of mini café with coffee, baked goods and ready-made sandwiches.
Getting There
3600 Elvis Presley Boulevard, Memphis, Tennessee 38116
TEL800-238-2000
TEL901-443-3000
NEARBY AIRPORT(S)
MEM (5-7 min)