Taco Bell hotel Reservations sold out in two minutes

Taco Bell hotel Reservations sold out

Taco Bell hotel Reservations sold out in two minutes—Reservations for the Taco Bell Hotel, which began this Thursday, have sold out in two minutes. The location of the hotel is being marketed by Taco Bell as easily be one of the most picturesque places to open in Palm Springs, California.

Reservations for the Taco Bell Hotel opened at 10 a.m. The stay will only be possible for three days, between August 8 and 12, at a hotel is located at 333 E. Palm Canyon Drive.

The Taco Bell Hotel will transform an existing hotel into one inspired by tacos with more than 70 rooms, Taco Bell reported. The price starts at $ 169 a night. For amenities, Taco Bell promises the so-called “Freeze Lounge” (a bar that will offer frozen drinks), dive-in movies, live performances by artists and even a beauty salon.

There are four types of rooms for guests to choose from: a king size bed, two queen beds, a king size bed overlooking the pool, and two queen beds overlooking the pool. “Space is limited and the rooms will be available for Taco Bell superfans on a first-come, first-served basis,” according to the taco chain.

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Everything will be decorated based on the image of Taco Bell, every wall and every detail, including pillows and even the floats in the pool. And, if you like it, you can also buy items from the gift shop. Ironically, it is still unknown what will be the menu available at the hotel–because there will be a special one–but we can safely assume that there will be something called tacos, in addition to the standard offer such as burritos, quesadillas or nachos.

The Taco Bell Hotel will be located in Palm Springs, California – just over 150 kilometers from Los Angeles – but it will only be open to receive guests from August 8 to 12.

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Shakes Gilles

Editor of The Talking Democrat. He enjoys bike riding, kayaking and playing soccer. On a slow weekend, you'll find him with a book by the lake.