About the Honeymoon Hideaway

Elvis & Priscilla Presley lived here in 1966 and 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’ iconic Palm Springs home.”

The Alexander Estate, a.k.a. "The House of Tomorrow," is a mid-century Modernism icon. It has been featured in Condé Nast Traveler, Marie Claire, Fodor's, Travel Channel, AAA Westways, Time, and Architectural Digest.

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.

“Greetings from Elvis' Palm Springs!"

-The Wall Street Journal

The #1 place in Palm Springs to have your picture taken.

-The Desert Sun

As seen on TV in Ashai, Japan

Most Notable Mid-Century Homes

Notable [Palm Springs mid-century] homes include the Edgar Kaufmann house, a local landmark by architect Richard Neutra built for the Pittsburgh department store millionaire in the 1940s...The Alexander Estate (our house), more commonly known as “the house of tomorrow,”  where Elvis Presley spent some of his time off from Los Angeles in the 1960s."


March 24, 2017

TA certificate

“One of the five best homes to steal your heart: best romantic retreats”

Financial Times February 12, 2016

Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway
Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway
Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway
Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway
Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway
Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway
Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway
Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway
On the 16th, we will remember and honor a man who changed many lives. . He brought such happiness to so many and although his time here with us was not long, he gave so very much of himself, loved his fans dearly and he would be so happy to see such support and love for him still. May God bless all of you with much peace, love, and new friendships made through Elvis.
Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway
Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway
The Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway proudly presents Southern California’s Annual Elvis Tribute Show
By Lola Rossi

Entertainer George Thomas Captures the Essence of Elvis, with his return appearance to the Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway located at 1350 Ladera Circle in Palm Springs, on Saturday, August 17, 2019 at 1 p.m. Tickets are $45 – seating is limited. Call: (760) 322-1192.

Laura and Michael Ochoa, curators of the Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway, invite you to attend a spectacular show featuring two entertainers; James King, who will open the show and sing the classic songs of Tom Jones, Ricky Nelson and Neil Diamond; and George Thomas, who will perform your favorite Elvis songs from the 50’s and 60’s.

“Elvis was an incredible entertainer,” said Thomas. “I am a high energy performer and I do my best to preserve the integrity of the Elvis spirit with my own spin.” This was what attracted rock band, Good Charlotte, who hired Thomas as an opening act for their shows, with over 10,000 people in attendance.

Thomas was chosen as one of the Elvis’ insured by State Farm in the TV Commercial, ‘Magic Jingle Elvis’ directed by Roman Coppola, who first booked Thomas after watching video clips from his web-site. “He was a really great guy to work for…” Roman, the son of Francis Ford Coppola, was one of the creators for “Mozart and The Jungle” an American comedy-drama web television series for Amazon Video and winner of two Golden Globes.

On July 17, Thomas appeared on the Jimmy Kimmel Live Show. “I was performing a short piece of an Elvis song while rap artist Offset was singing one of his songs and his wife, Cardi B joined in.” They performed outside of the studio and were included in the closing segment of the show.

Tours of the Honeymoon Hideaway are available at 1 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. daily during the season, but are closed on Wednesday and Thursday during the summer. When you go there you will see a lot of Elvis memorabilia on display owned by the Ochoas. “Mike the Elvis Guy” does all the tours and welcomes all kinds of Elvis Trivia, as guests try to challenge his knowledge of the King.

“Elvis had hobbies just like every one else. He loved football; especially the Cleveland Browns and the Pittsburgh Steelers.” said Ochoa. “He was very pro law enforcement and paid for the Palm Springs Shooting Range. He also collected badges. According to The Desert Sun, Elvis’ couch is the number one ‘photo opp’ in Palm Springs. We have people from all over the world visit the property. It is a great Tourist Attraction.”
Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway
Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway
Hey Elvis Fans! Rock your Blue Suede Shoes with us at The ELVIS HONEYMOON HIDEAWAY for Southern California's Annual Elvis Tribute Show......HIS LIFE....HIS LEGACY....HIS MUSIC♫♫♪♪ SATURDAY AUGUST 17th 🙂 Live Entertainment by George Thomas Honoring the Voice of Elvis with the 50's & 60's Great Music!!! Plus James King Classic Melodies. Tickets are on Sale now by calling 760-322-1192 Seating is limited Call 760-322-1192 or visit us on line @elvishoneymoon.com

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Special events are held each year to celebrate the marriage of Elvis and Priscilla, as well as Elvis’ birthday and legacy.

Expert guides deliver daily tours.

The house and property are available for special events including weddings, films and conferences.