Fodor's Expert Review Elvis's Honeymoon Hideaway

Palm Springs Historic Home

The hideaway of the King of rock ’n’ roll and his young bride, Priscilla, during their first year of marriage, this house perches on a hilltop abutting the San Jacinto Mountains. A stunning example of local mid-century modern architecture, it is rich in Elvis lore, photos, and furnishings. Docents describe the fabulous parties that took place here, attended by celebrities and local legends. Built in 1962 by Robert Alexander, one of Palm Spring's largest developers, the house consists of four perfect circles, each set on a different level. At the time, Look magazine described the structure as the "house of tomorrow," and indeed many of its features are standard in the homes of today.

Historic Home

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1350 Ladera Circle
Palm Springs, California  92262, USA


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Rate Includes: $30 weekdays, $35 weekends and holidays, $30

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