The Eagles Sue the Hotel California

May 4, 2017  •  Post A Comment

The rock band the Eagles filed a lawsuit against the owners of a hotel called the Hotel California, alleging that the hotel infringes the band’s trademark.

The AP reports that the trademark infringement suit was filed Monday against the U.S.-based owners of the hotel, which is located in Todos Santos in Mexico’s Baja California.

“The Eagles say Hotel California has wrongly led guests to believe it’s associated with the Eagles and served as the inspiration for their song ‘Hotel California,’ which the band says isn’t true,” the AP reports. “The hotel website says that the owners don’t promote any association with the band but that visitors are mesmerized by the ‘coincidences’ between the hotel and the song.”

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