MEMPHIS, TENN. — Elvis Presley Enterprises has opened a new $92 million, 450-room resort at Graceland, a tourist destination and home of Elvis Presley’s Graceland Mansion in Memphis. The project, known as The Guest House at Graceland, is the largest hotel project in Memphis in 90 years and is expected to create 200 jobs. The hotel will feature a 464-seat theater, outdoor pool, conference rooms, outdoor meeting space known as The Lawn at The Guest House and an 11,000-square-foot ballroom. Dining options at the resort include Delta’s Kitchen, E.P.’s Bar & Grill, The Lobby Bar and the Shake, Rattle & Go coffee bar. The resort is the first phase of Graceland’s expansion, which also includes the addition of a 200,000-square-foot entertainment complex known as Elvis: Past, Present & Future, set to open in March 2017. The resort’s development team includes construction manager DreamCatcher Hotels and architect Hnedak Bobo Group. Boston-based Pyramind Hotel Group manages The Guest House at Graceland on behalf of Elvis Presley Enterprises, a corporate entity founded by The Elvis Presley Trust.
Elvis Presley Enterprises Opens $92M Resort at Graceland Campus in Memphis