This Memphis hotel hosts the ‘ultimate Elvis experience’

It seems like Elvis is just about everywhere these days.

Lining elevator platforms and bus stops around New York City, posters for Baz Luhrmann’s self-titled biographical film, which hits theaters on June 24, have been making a lot of noise these days.

The film, which also coincides with the 40th anniversary of Graceland – the rock n’ roll legend’s former home in Memphis, Tennessee, opened to the public on June 7, 1982 – has served as a pilgrimage for Elvis fans Presley’s around the world since. Elvis’ former home is so popular, in fact, that Graceland receives more than 500,000 travelers each year, making it one of America’s most popular tourist attractions and home tours, second only to the White House.

So it’s fitting that in honor of the new film announced a new ‘Ultimate Elvis Experience’ which includes a discounted stay for two lucky guests at The Guest House at Gracelandas well as a private tour of Graceland Mansion, a welcome dinner at the Presley Motors Automobile Museum and a preview screening of Elvis on the property.

Dine at some of the rock and roll legend’s favorite spots, like Arcade Restaurant which is supposedly the home of Elvis’ favorite banana peanut butter sandwich is also included, as are chauffeured rides to and from the airport in a vintage car and a free acoustic guitar from Gibson which has been embellished with custom artwork from the film to commemorate this iconic stay.

The ultimate two-night experience, which can only be booked through, will be available for reservation on June 9, 2022 at 12:00 p.m. ET on a first-come, first-served basis.

Stay must be from Saturday, June 11, 2022 through Monday, June 13, 2022 and the total cost of the reservation is $19.57 in honor of the year Elvis hit No. 1 on the Billboard country charts for his banger Jailhouse Rock.

Located on Elvis Presley Boulevard, The Guest House at Graceland is located directly across from Graceland Mansion, about a fifteen minute drive from the Beale Street night light and downtown Memphis.

You can find more information about this once-in-a-lifetime stay here and as Elvis would say, thank you, thank you very much.

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