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Hotel Company Offers U.S. Election Escape In An Underground Cave

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Hotel Company Offers U.S. Election Escape In An Underground Cave

Hotel Company Offers U.S. Election Escape In An Underground Cave

A hotel company is offering the perfect escape from the U.S. election season with accommodation in an underground cave.

Hotels.com say they are helping escape the chatter to “go live under a rock — literally”.

The off-the-grid overnight experience in New Mexico is a man-made cave built 50 feet below ground.

The company explains: “After you've cast your ballot you can check out of the newsfeed negativity ,and check in to for a five-night stay from November 2".

The property is available on a first-come, first-served basis.


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