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FoodWe Went To The Taco Bell Hotel—Here's What It's Really Like Inside

20:50  10 august  2019
20:50  10 august  2019 Source:   delish.com

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We Went To The Taco Bell Hotel And Wow We Need To TACO 'Bout It . Hot sauce packets EVERYWHERE. Posted on August 09, 2019, 19:03 GMT. They REALLY got creative in the lobby. We saw a number of cool things, like a bouquet of flowers made of hot sauce packets and "The Bell "

There are two kinds of fast food consumers in this world: Those who buy it, eat it, and move on with their life, and those who turn it into a lifestyle. For those in the latter camp—criteria may include wearing a fast food-themed Halloween costume, involving a chain in an important life moment, creating a social media account dedicated to said chain—the Taco Bell Hotel and Resort really was a dream vacation come to life. From top to bottom, the V Palm Springs was decked out in Taco Bell swag and decor with about a thousand photo ops along the way. The cheese-crusted chalupas didn't hurt either.

We Went To The Taco Bell Hotel—Here's What It's Really Like Inside© Hearst Owned Delish visited The Bell, Taco Bell's pop-up hotel and resort in Palm Springs, CA. Here's what the experience was like from food to drinks to activities.

The occasion, of course, was a five-day pop-up called "The Bell." Announced in May and booked up in minutes, I made my way to Palm Springs on behalf of Delish during the hotel's media day Thursday. I must admit, I drank the Kool-Aid. In this case, it was a Mountain Dew Baja Blast—my 24 hours at The Bell began with said drink topped with a watermelon sangria popsicle handed to me seconds after I received a hot sauce-packet room key. What a world!

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The marketing geniuses at Taco Bell unveiled their long-awaited diablo-bolical scheme today, and unlike the brand’ s Go to the content Go to the footer. Why yes that is the Taco Bell version of avocado toast and yes those are the world-famous Aqualillies—yes really , the synchronized Like we said: It ’ s a lot, but it ’ s a beautiful thing. Because the hotel somehow sold out in less time than it takes

The Taco Bell hotel hosted social media influencers, like Jeffree Star, who reached millions of followers with each post about nacho fries. The Bell was a surreal experience, yet those photos posted to Instagram made it look even more than it really was to the Taco Bell fan at home who

From there, I checked into my room—see photos below and try and count all the Taco Bell references in each, I dare you!—and explored the property. There's the salon, where guests can book a nail or hair appointment to Taco Bell-ify their body. Personally, I went with the "Cinnabon Delights" hair style, sans glitter. Gotta keep it profesh, you know?

The ever-elusive Freeze Lounge (it's very hot in Palm Springs, causing occasional technical difficulties) served up frozen Baja Blasts while the pool bar, dubbed the Baja Bar, was the place to go for both food and cocktails. A highlight that I can only hope makes its way to menus: jalapeño popcorn chicken served with cilantro ranch dressing.

Throughout my stay, a Taco Bell gong alerted guests new food was coming, to be passed out by Taco Bell staff...some of whom had see-through fanny packs containing all the Fire hot sauce you could want (and Mild and Diablo, don't you worry). A poolside marquee alternated between listing off menu items and more general phrases (Stay Saucy!), doubling as yet another photo spot.

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You know it as the signature sound of Taco Bell from its commercials, but now it also summons guests to The Bell : A Taco Bell Hotel and Resort. Taco Bell . But the chain also looks out for its lesser-known loyalists, like the Arizona keeper of an Instagram Go ahead, DM him and see what happens.

As for the rest of the food, breakfast was without a doubt the star of the show. Guests can order breakfast in bed or eat by the pool (or, if you're on a mission to try everything, both). Room service includes a build-your-own breakfast taco spread with eggs, bacon, potatoes, cheese, salsa, and tortillas, plus a bowl of truly delicious Cinnabon Delights.

Down by the pool, the breakfast burrito and chilaquiles were excellent and weren't too far off from what you're used to at T. Bell—the avo toast and fish tacos, while good, felt more resort, less Taco Bell. And at the end of the day, we all just want our value menu quesadillas and tacos. And maybe a spiked Baja Blast. OK fine, throw in a Taco Bell robe for good measure. They were comfy!

Come Monday morning, The Bell will lose its hot sauce decor and go back to being the V, but if I had to guess, the masterminds at Taco Bell are probably already cooking up the next event to come. A Taco Bell theme park? Food truck? Airbnb? We shall see. In the meantime, learn from my Bell adventure: don't sleep on the Cinnabon Delights.

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