Liam and Noel Gallagher to Launch Hotel Chain in America

. October 14, 2008

LONDON, UK, August 31, 2006. The rock 'n' roll siblings are reportedly planning to use titles of their smash hits as room themes in hotels located across the US, including Miami, New York and West Hollywood.

A source told Britain's Daily Star newspaper: "The plan is to open as many hotels as possible by the end of 2007 and name each venue Supernova Heights, after Noel's former home in north London. They want to base rooms at one of the Miami venues around 'The Hindu Times' song." Liam and Noel are also said to have got some of America's most influential financial investors interested in the project.

The source added: "They will both fly to New York and meet a business developer who has worked for a string of leading property moguls, including Donald Trump." Despite the hype surrounding the plans, it appears some of Liam and Noel's more wild ideas have not gone down well with developers.

The source explained: "Their plan to install alcohol and cigarettes in every room of their New York hotel, in honour of their track 'Cigarettes and Alcohol' has gone down like a lead balloon because so many people are anti-smoking." Other tracks being considered as room themes by Liam and Noel include 'Wonderwall', 'Songbird' and 'All Around The World'.

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