Known Rooms

The Lockwood Hotel is a typical 1970s style hotel. Drop ceilings, garish wallpaper, fluorescent lights. Rugs with weird patterns. Y'know, the 70s.

Guest Rooms
Each guest room starts the same. There is a queen-sized bed, a closet, a dresser, a desk, a chair, a phone. There is also an adjoining bathroom with a tub/shower, toilet, medicine cabinet, sink, and towels. The doorknob has a lock in it that can be locked from the inside and a deadbolt. Things appear and disappear as life at the hotel progresses.

Reception is like the lobby of any hotel, although instead of an exit, there are only a number of halls leading out and away from it and into the hotel. There is a front desk with a phone and a bell, and behind the counter is a back room as if for the clerk. There is a mail room behind the counter with boxes labeled for each room where their mail is delivered.
There are intercom buttons under the desk, where there are many buttons. A few are labeled. Guest wing A, Guest wing Q, Guest wing Theta, Dining Hall, Library, Swimming Pool, Terrace….

Lost & Found
Lost and found is about the size of a walk-in closet. There are deep bins in which lost - or mysteriously origined - items can be found, two on the wall opposite the door and one on the wall to the side.

The kitchen, supposedly, is where the food for the dining room is cooked. There are all the appliances and machines you would expect for cooking large amounts of food in a 1970s kitchen, in the cheesy colors 1970s cookware was commonly found in. There is a telephone here.

Dining Room
The dining room functions like a buffet. Food is always warm as appropriate and appropriate for the time of day. There are plenty of tables. There is a hostess stand with a phone on it.

Recreation is a large room filled with chairs and tables. There are many things to entertain residents: pool table, jukebox, television.

There's plants inside. There's a shelf of african violets, a row of geraniums, many kinds of herbs, a fiddle fig leaf tree, a bromeliad, money tree, philodendron, fern… There's a bench and extra florescent lights to promote growth. There's also a watering can and a faucet near the floor.

Swimming Pool
The room is tiled, both walls and floor. The colors are bland, mostly off-white. The pool itself is rectangular with steps on one side and a ladder on the other. It slopes from 3' in depth to 11'.

The gym is a room with windows in the hallway. There's a wall of dumbells, a station with a weighted bar, a treadmill, an elliptical, a pull-up bar, a pull-down bar, a pull-over par, machines for your legs, core, and shoulders, machines for your arms, back, and feet. There's even machines that are nonsensical when being applied to a humanoid body.

Rooftop Terrace
The rooftop terrace is mentioned on the brochure mailed to guests, but has not yet been found.

A great big ballroom with an optional chandelier/disco ball. There is also a grandiose pipe organ located in this room.

A room full of books. It contains all possible combinations of letters in a nearly infinite expanse of shelves and ladders. For the sake of human sanity, management has seen fit to dedicate the first section of the library to books a common man might recognize. This section has numerous tables with lamps and a large chandelier hanging from the ceiling.

This is a rather impressive room. Set up to accommodate worship of any of a number of (at least) the top thousand most popular cross-universal dieties, the area is large, with many suites stemming off of it and many, many altars.

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