The Wall Street Journal writes, “Greetings from Elvis' Palm Springs!"Elvis & Priscilla Presley lived here in 1966 & 1967 and Honeymooned here on May 1,1967 after their wedding.Their daughter, Lisa Marie Presley was born exactly nine months later, on February 1, 1968.In late 2016, Priscilla officiated the opening of the Guest House at Graceland Hotel & Resort. Two of the “Upstairs” suites are named after Elvis’ parents. The Vernon and Gladys suites are, “Inspired by Elvis’ Palm Springs home.”The Alexander Estate aka The House of Tomorrow, is a mid-century Modernism icon. Condé Nast Traveler, Marie Claire, Fodor's, Travel Channel, AAA Westways, Time, & Architectural Digest have featured it.The Fuji Television Network, based in Daiba, Minato, Tokyo, Japan, spent several days filming throughout the home, for an episode that aired during the summer of 2015.Special events are held each year to celebrate the marriage of Elvis and Priscilla, as well as Elvis’ birthday and passing.Expert Guides deliver daily tours.The house and property are available for special events including weddings, films and conferences.The Desert Sun newspaper says it's the #1 place in Palm Springs to have your picture taken.
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Most NotableMid-Century HomesAccording to Robert Imber, an architectural enthusiast and tour guide who executive produced the documentary Desert Utopia.“Mid-Century Architecture in Palm Springs. Notable homes include the Edgar Kaufmann house, a local landmark by architect Richard Neutra built for the Pittsburgh department store millionaire in the 1940s (and our house) The Alexander Estate, more commonly known as “the house of tomorrow,” where Elvis Presley spent some of his time off from Los Angeles in the 1960s."USA TODAYMarch 24, 2017