…compared to what they do now.
One thing never dies, and that is the legend of the man, the myth, the super human, Elvis Presley. Even though he died in August of 1977, he still draws massive crowds to Memphis, his home, and especially to Graceland, the place he called home until his passing. Doctors said he died of a heart attack, likely brought on by his addiction to prescription barbiturates, like a true rock star. Sad, and he left the world way too early.
But, that doesn’t mean his followers haven’t left the building, though. His presence is still huge. The The Guest House at Graceland estate welcomes an average of more than 650,000 visitors a year, making it second only to the White House as the most-visited home in the United States. And, of course, you can not only visit, but you can sleep there and bask in his aura.
Less than a 5-minute walk from Elvis Presley’s Graceland Mansion, The Guest House at Graceland offers accommodations with 2 on-site restaurants, a theater and outdoor pool with pool bar. Complimentary airport shuttle service and an evening Peanut Butter and Jelly Bar is offered.
“ ‘Til we meet again, may God bless you. Adios.” Walk in his footsteps. Stay at The Guest House at Graceland. Click here to book.
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