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Reservations For Taco Bell’s Resort and Hotel Set To Begin

By Parker Diakite

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The Bell, Taco’s Bell’s pop-up hotel and resort officially has a launching date.

Mark your calendars. Starting June 27, fans can make reservations for this limited resort set to open August 8 through August 12.

The Bell, which will be located in Palm Springs, California, is designed to celebrate and pamper the world’s biggest fans of the fast-food chain, as Travel Noire previously reported.  

Visitors will have the chance to participate in “Bell” hops, relax on fire sauce and sauce packet floaties, and enjoy exclusive Taco Bell items on the hotel’s menu.

Related Post: Taco Bell To Open A Hotel & Resort In California

With approximately 70 rooms,  the fast-food chain is expecting reservations to fill up fast.

Here’s How To Book A Stay:

Once June 27 rolls around, you will have the chance to register for one of the rooms starting at 1 p.m. ET.

Rooms start at $169 a night and there’s no minimum or maximum stay, according to hotel staff.

There are four room types available, two of which will have views of the pool.   Guests can choose from one king bedroom or two queen beds with a standard view or a pool view.

The Bell is taking over the V Palm Springs-a boutique hotel at 333. E Palm Canyon Drive.

If you’re one of the lucky ones to make the trip, expect Taco Bell room service, dive-in movies at the pool, and the “Freeze Lounge,” dedicated to the Mountain Dew Baja Blast.

“We wanted something that really offered this ideal vacation for our fans,” Taco Bell’s Senior Director of Retail Engagement and Experience Jennifer Arnoldt said of the resort pop-up, which has been two years in the making. “This very much was Taco Bell curating the perfect vacation-the look and feel, what it sounds like, what it tastes like.”

Visit Taco Bell’s website for more information.

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