Rock band the Eagles sued on Hotel California in Mexico
MOSCOW, may 2 — RIA Novosti. The American rock band Eagles, which owns the world-known hit “Hotel California” (Hotel California), filed a lawsuit in a Mexican hotel with the same name.
In a lawsuit filed in a court in Los Angeles, said that the owners of the hotel Todos Santos in the Mexican state of Baja southern California are actively using the name Hotel California for marketing purposes. It is noted that the managers make it clear to guests that the hotel is directly linked to the history of the legendary band, but this is not true.
Reuters notes that Mexican hotel really bore the name Hotel California, but in 1950-e years, and since then has had many names. Active promotion of old brand began after 2001, the institution acquired a couple Stewart from Canada.
The song Hotel California was included in the eponymous album, which was released in 1976 and became one of the most successful in the history of rock music.