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Taco Bell Hotel & Resort will have sauce packet floaties in the pool

Steven Adams
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The Taco Bell Hotel and Resort will feature sauce packet floaties in the pool.

You can spend your summer vacation at Taco Bell.

If you’re a big fan of the Mexican cuisine, fast-food chain you’re going to love this immersive taco-themed getaway.

It’s called The Bell: A Taco Bell Hotel and Resort and it will be located in, you guessed it, California. Palm Springs to be more precise.

The company promises to feed you exclusive Taco Bell menu items while offering inflatable Fire Sauce packet floaties in the pool. These amenities will be delivered by “Bell” hops, of course.

The hotel will have a salon for Taco Bell-inspired nail art, fades and a braid bar.

What could be more romantic?

“The Bell stands to be the biggest expression of the Taco Bell lifestyle to date. It will be fun, colorful, flavorful and filled with more than what our fans might expect,” said Taco Bell’s Chief Global Brand Officer Marisa Thalberg. “Also, just like some of our most sought-after food innovation, this hotel brings something entirely new for lucky fans to experience and enjoy.”

This will be a limited 5-day hotel take-over so start planning now.

Taco Bell doesn’t reveal any secrets in their promotional video.

The resort opens August 9 and you can sign up for an email alert when booking begins or follow the hashtag #tacobellhotel on social media.

The company says “The Bell is about to make all of your taco dreams come true.”

Steven Adams is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Steven at 412-380-5645 or [email protected].

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