A Taco Bell Hotel and Resort is opening in August, and will have a lasting experience at every corner.
A Taco Bell Hotel and Resort will open August 9.
Additionally, guests will be able to chill poolside on hot-sauce inspired floaties and pretty themselves up at Taco Bell's on-site salon, where they can receive Taco Bell-inspired nail art, fades, and even get their hair braided. The brand also teamed up with Airbnb in 2016 to reward guests staying overnight at a location in Canada, and the chain has worked in the past with retailer Forever 21 to sell Taco Bell-themed clothes. Just don't tell the kids you're going to Taco Bell for a week, because this natural evolution of the Taco Bell brand is only meant for superfans over the age of 18. It will only be open for a limited time.
Earlier this year, Taco Bell began the lifestyle experiment with a Slide-Thru ski resort in Ontario Canada and a Las Vegas Taco Bell chapel.
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As one would expect from your favorite chalupa-purveyors-turned-hoteliers, The Bell will feature decor "inspired by tacos and fueled by fans".
The city's attempt to get more information from Taco Bell's parent company, Yum! A few new menu items will also debut there.
- Taco Bell is opening a resort hotel. So, if you want to be in with a chance of staying at the hotel, then keep in mind to start booking next month.