This is not a drill. A Taco Bell-inspired hotel is coming to Palm Springs, California. 

The Bell: A Taco Bell Hotel & Resort is opening for a limited time to fulfill your taco-loving dreams this August. 

Fans of the fast-food taco shop will have the chance to order from exclusive menus, check out fashion collabs with L*Space, Chubbies, and DIFF, and enjoy poolside entertainment. They’ll chow down on their favorite menu items while testing out ones that aren’t released yet. These include a Toasted Cheddar Club with hand-breaded crispy chicken, jalapeño bacon, avocado, sharp cheddar, lettuce, tomato, and aioli served with nacho fries, and an Avocado Toast-ada served on local multigrain toast with avocado, breakfast radish, puffed chipotle sorghum, and spicy diablo brittle. 

Taco Bell The Bell hotel merch

Baja Blast lovers will also get to test out the Baja Blast Birthday Freeze to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the fan-favorite Mountain Dew flavor. This — of course — will be served in the “Freeze Lounge,” if you couldn’t get any more extra. The Bell’s hotel guests will also get to party all day to DJ sets and jam to surprise performances at night. 

“Let’s be honest, food is the best part of traveling. A lot of effort and homework goes into finding out the best places to eat near where you are staying. But, with The Bell, we’ve thought of everything for you,” The Bell Executive Chef Rene Pisciotti said in a statement. “From welcome beverages to room service build-your-own breakfast tacos and surprises throughout, many of which feature local ingredients like our Horchata-Date Smoothie, we’re curating the ultimate Taco Bell food experience.” 

Taco Bell The Bell Hotel Cubbies trunks

Fans who can’t make the trip to Palm Springs can still enjoy the food comas and heart attacks at home. They can cook the exclusive hotel menu’s Fire! Chip Chilaquiles at home or bring home exclusive The Bell hotel-inspired merch, available online at the Taco Shop. Finally, they’ll get to throw their own taco party with curated playlists from Taco Bell’s Feed the Beat artists, a program that has introduced more than 1,600 artists and bands to new fans. 

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