Eagles Reportedly Took Action Against Hotel California 2017 In Review

12-26-2017
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Eagles Reportedly Took Action Against Hotel California was a top 17 story of May 2017: The Hotel California Todos Santos in Baja, Mexico is reportedly being sued by The Eagles for using the name of their blockbuster 1976 song and album, according to TMZ.

The celebrity gossip site reports that the band is taking legal action against the facility because they have been marketing themselves as simply "Hotel California" since 2001 and they allegedly brand their merchandise in such a way to imply an association with the iconic song.

The group also reportedly claim that the hotel further implies a connect to the band by playing "Hotel California" and other Eagles song throughout the hotel and the band is seeking to have them stop using the name and any activities that imply they are connected to the hotel.

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