guesthouse graceland bed

Irregularly shaped wing chairs mimic his upturned collar. The lobby ceiling reflects the design on his cape. Hall light sconces feature the initials EP. And beside the pool, a heart shape blazes in the hunka hunka burnin’ fire pit.

The new Guest House at Graceland salutes Elvis Presley at every turn, yet it does so with high-end elegance and muted bling. The walls sparkle, but quietly, not blindingly. This is the new, 450-room resort and conference center that replaces the old Heartbreak Hotel across the street.

Carrying a sort of ’70s Vegas vibe, it’s designed to evoke Elvis Presley, but in a way that’s not kitschy.
Well, it might be just a tad kitschy that there’s a flat-screen TV embedded in the ceiling of each of the two King Suite bedrooms over a bed swathed in red velvet. But it’s also awesome, inspired by Elvis’ own bedroom at Graceland (except his TV wasn’t a flat screen).

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