The photos are here! Taco Bell has been teasing their new Palm Springs resort for a while now and reservations will soon be available for the new spot. Its name is The Bell Hotel and Resort. They have activities that include getting taco-inspired nail art and taking a snooze on hot sauce packet pillows. Reservations for the new resort open at 1 pm local time, Thursday, June 27th on the hotel’s website.
Located in Palm Springs, CA, it will only be open for a limited time. The first check-in begins August 8th with the final check-out being August 12th. There is no minimum night stay.
The hotel is very on-brand for Taco Bell
Rooms for The Bell Hotel and Resort start at $169 a night and space is very limited. Rooms will be available to Taco Bell super-fans on a first-come, first-serve basis. Additionally, the resort is only for those who are ages 18 and up. Taco Bell’s Senior Director of Retail Engagement and Experience, Jennifer Arnoldt has released a statement on the new resort.
“We’re excited to give a peek into Taco Bell’s first hotel that is truly Taco Bell luxury at a value as we evolve how fans can celebrate with the brand this summer and beyond.”
Other activities for those who plan to spend a few nights here can expect a lot of fun activities. These activities include musical performances, dive-in movies, a “Freeze Lounge” bar, and a pool where you can even enjoy your food of choice! They also have hot sauce packet pool floats. Again, very on-brand for the fast-food chain.
What do you think about Taco Bell’s newest hotel and resort idea? Other people definitely have their opinions and are quick to share them! Take a look at the video below to see what people are saying about it.
Giant Catfish says
You better ask for extra toilet paper to be delivered to your room. you’re gonna need it.
J Robert Lysaght says
or just use the three seashells
Ron Beau says
Depends (ha!) on what you order. I do a couple of bean burritos with steak – no issues. Now if you go trashy with some gordita sauce or other poor choices, you own your results.