Disclosure: We were provided with a free stay at The Guest House at Graceland, however all opinions are my own.
We only live less than three hours form Memphis, so I knew it was high time for us to explore something closer to home. I have heard people talk about Graceland since I was little and always wanted to visit. I had no idea they had a gorgeous hotel right across the street, dedicated to the king himself!
The lobby is bright and fancy, and was a great welcome into the Guest House at Graceland. It is a much larger property than I anticipated, with multiple wings and restaurants. Our room was a double queen with a great view of the pool!
Our room was a great size with a nice TV and plenty of lighting. There were also plenty of plugs for electronics which I always love!
We also enjoyed two of the restaurants while we were there. They have a breakfast buffet called Delta’s (extra charge) as well as a grill we had dinner at one night.
They also have a coffee shop that serves Starbucks!
if you ask Emma Kate her favorite thing about the hotel, she would say the pool. It was a great size with a nice shelf for sun tanning, and plenty of chairs.
One of my favorite things was that they had a free shuttle to take hotel guests across to Graceland so you don’t have to drive yourself or pay the parking fee. We only had to wait a few minutes in the shade of the awning, and it was a super quick ride over!
A few other notes about the hotel:
-They have 4 meeting spaces for your next event
-They have a 464 seat theater for presentations, shows, etc.
-In addition to the restaurants I mentioned they also have a lobby bar
-In addition to regular rooms they also have many suites available to accommodate your party
-Just south of Memphis, close to the interstate, super convenient with Graceland right across the street!
Thank you so much for having us stay at The Guest House at Graceland, this is a hidden gem and we had a great time! I know Elvis would have loved it!
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