January 18th is a day of infamy. Although not a national holiday (yet) it is, for many, a day of observance. For it marks the birth of a king. The King of Rock 'N Roll.
While Elvis' birthday may have already come and gone, Music City is ready to keep the party going in honor of the King turning 75. And the Loews Vanderbilt Hotel, where Elvis recorded some of his greatest hits, is planning the party. The Nashville hotel is going all out with a specially-themed package sure to delight the die-hardest Elvin fan. The package includes luxury accommodations fit for a King, a private recording session at Studio B of one of Elvis' top hits, and an iPod pre-loaded with the top 50 Elvis hits.
Not enough Elvis? There's more!
Fans/Guests will also get a an exclusive guided tour at the Country Music Hall of Fame focusing on Elvis Presley's life and musical impact and a special year-long membership to the museum. And since Elvis was also famous for his odd appetites, you'll get a private cooking lesson with the hotel's chef to learn to make some of his favorite foods, a copy of "The Presley Family Cookbook" by Vester Presley and Nancy Rooks as well as a dinner at Jack's Bar-B-Que.
The price for this homage? $3,975 for a two-stay which is valid through August 16, 2010.