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Elvis’ Honeymoon Hideaway

Explore the King’s circular love nest

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The name speaks for itself—Elvis carried Priscilla over the threshold here on May 1, 1967. Exactly nine months later, daughter Lisa Marie came into the world. Elvis didn’t actually own the home, but leased it in late 1966 as an exclusive retreat for himself and his soon-to-be bride.

The home was built for Robert and Helene Alexander, Palm Springs socialites who died tragically in a plane crash in 1965. This had been their dream home, constructed in four concentric circles and without a single square room. Featured as the “House of Tomorrow” in a 1962 Look magazine article, the home included a 64-foot built-in banquette sofa and straight-out-of-The-Flintstones rock walls. See these and other era-defining elements on guided tours, offered daily year-round.

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