See Las Vegas with the King himself, Elvis Presley, on this private, 2-hour tour in a pink Cadillac. Visit iconic Las Vegas locations, take photos at the famous 'Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas' sign — even be serenade with a song ... More info ›
See Las Vegas with the King himself, Elvis Presley, on this private, 2-hour tour in a pink Cadillac. Visit iconic Las Vegas locations, take photos at the famous 'Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas' sign — even be serenade with a song. This tour features the 'Official Elvis,' who holds a key to the city. Local hotel pickup and drop-off, souvenir sunglasses, and a lifetime of memories are included.
What's more Las Vegas than Elvis? This 2-hour, nighttime tour with the King himself leaves guests singing 'Viva Las Vegas.'
The evening begins with a pickup from a Las Vegas hotel in a mint condition, 1955 pink Cadillac convertible which was previously owned by legendary comedian Lucille Ball. Upon arrival, Elvis will present each VIP with their very own pair of Elvis glasses to keep and wear all over Sin City. Make sure to have a camera around to capture this once-in-a-lifetime moment. In a town where limousines are more common than taxis, this unique choice will be one to talk about for years. People will shout and cars will honk, saying 'make way, the King is coming.'
A must for any Elvis fan, this fun and photogenic tour will ensure plenty of quality time with the King. The 'Official Elvis of Las Vegas,' Jesse Garon, was the only Elvis to ever receive a key to the city, as well as appear in over 200 TV talk shows and movie appearances, like Entertainment Tonight, 20/20, the View, the Today Show, the Tonight Show, Montel, 3000 Miles to Graceland, and many more.
This tour begins with a drive down Las Vegas Boulevard to the famous 'Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas' sign for photos and a song sung by Elvis. Then, head to Downtown Las Vegas and Fremont Street to see where this desert town got it's start. Along the way, pass the many wedding chapels that celebrities like Elizabeth Taylor, Michael Jordan, Brittany Spears — even Elvis himself — tied the knot.
The last stop on this trip down memory lane will be at the Westgate Hotel and Casino. Originally known as the International Hotel, Elvis was notorious for performing sold-out shows there. See the full-size Elvis statue commemorating this amazing achievement of 837 consecutive sold-out performances at the former International Hotel and Casino.
The tour ends with a hotel drop-off. Keep the sunglasses, an autographed color photo (suitable for framing, of course), and a Las Vegas Elvis magnet as momentos. These souvenirs will commemorate the once-in-a-lifetime tour with the King.