Taco Bell opening a pop-up hotel and resort in Palm Springs

Taco Bell is planning to open a pop-up hotel in Palm Springs this summer.

The Bell: A Taco Bell Hotel and Resort will open Aug. 9, according to a news release from the Irvine-based fast food giant.

Where is it?

What are the room rates?

Will there be a Taco Bellhop?

We don’t know, but Taco Bell promises to tell us more when it starts taking reservations in June.

Wherever The Bell is, it will be serving Taco Bell food and cocktails for guests 18 and older, according to a news release.

And the property will be “infused with a Taco Bell twist” from its guest rooms to its gift shop and salon offering “Taco Bell-inspired nail art, fades and a braid bar.”

And there will be a pool. That’s fortunate for a couple of reasons.

The first is Taco Bell’s summer collection, recently added to its its online merchandise “Taco Shop.” It includes bikinis emblazoned with hot sauce packets, swim trunks and velour beach towels.

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More importantly, Palm Springs visitors need a pool in August. Last year the average high temperature for the month was 109.3 degrees according the National Weather Service. There were zero cloudy days.

Taco Bell’s news release says that The Bell will be in Palm Springs, but some people use the city’s name to describe the entire Coachella Valley. The Greater Palm Springs Convention and Visitors Bureau includes nine cities, from Desert Hot Springs in the north to Coachella in the East. Hotel booking websites list more than 250 lodgings in the valley, from motels to high-end golf resorts.

The City of Palm Springs has the most rooms, with an inventory of more than 1,000. The most high profile hotels are along Highway 111 in neighborhoods with names like Midtown, Twin

Source:: The Mercury News – Lifestyle

      

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