Great way to celebrate, any occasion!Jackie E.
Can't wait for the next girls night out!
Have a creepy fun time trying to escape from THE ATTIC!
I had never done an escape room before this one, and I must say it was an excellent first experience. Two other friends and I tackled the Attic room and made it out alive just in the nick of time. One of my friends has done multiple escape rooms before so it was definitely a benefit to have someone on the team with their head in the game. The room was super creepy and dark (very on theme) and the clues were challenging but rewarding to solve. The room was extremely well decorated and believable, I felt like a part of the story and that our mission was real, but it was quite small. I think our group of three was the perfect size. We'd bump into each other sometimes with the limited space, but there were enough puzzles that all of us were working on something different at the same time. The staff were also super friendly and helpful, commending us for finishing such a challenging room. I highly recommend this place and I'm looking forward to going back to finish them all!Quinn A.
Came here for a friend's birthday and did The Attic, so fun! We were a group of 4 and did not escape. I would recommend this for a group of friends looking to do somthing a little different. Will definitely be back!Melisa W.
Cursed Crypt, my 3rd room at Escape Hotel, is a solid showing from a severely under-rated location. Formerly the Tomb Raider room which displaced Sanatorium, your group is given the challenge of finding the final piece to an ancient artifact. You start in a mausoleum that could have been straight out of the film itself. The transitions between rooms was a little odd; mausoleum to a study to a boat to a temple but the production of those "roomscapes" was up there with the best. Blaring sirens, wind and rain, lightning and thunder, the hum of the boats engine, the whole experience was flooded with immersive lights and sounds. There was moderate amount of scavenging and tasking but overall, the puzzles were engaging and well tied to the theme. The hosts in the lobby were friendly and professional but this room in particular, though, suffers from a lack of support. For as much as these rooms cost, there really is no excuse for inattentive GMs. Hints were generally "keep doing what you're doing", "look harder", or for something we had already finished. And we escaped into an empty corridor with no GM to greet us. Combined with the poor quality walkie-talkies and loud sounds I mentioned earlier made communication that much more frustrating. But hint system and GMs aside, Cursed Crypt still comes out strong and ranks 42nd out of 129 rooms I've done so far. Highly recommended for fans of deeply immersive rooms!Douglas E.
I've been here so many times and i love coming every single time! The first time I came, I walked in pleasantly surprised by just the lobby because of how it was decorated. It's meant to give you the creeps and they do a great job of doing that from the start. All of the employees are so funny too! You can tell they have a lot of fun with their job and they're not afraid to joke around with guests. I decided to bring some friends who were still pretty new to escape rooms and when they went to the restroom, someone went over the intercom whispering their names (and duh I loved that).Elizabeth D.
Out of the rooms they have, I've done Cocaine, Circus, Escape Room Movie, Slaughtered, Cursed Crypt, and Espionage. All of them did a great job of making the group feel immersed and it was always a challenge. I'm absolutely coming back to try and finish the rest and whatever else they come out with!!
My bf and I are escape room enthusiasts and Escape Hotel did not disappoint. Staff was in character from the moment we arrived which was entertaining. Did two rooms, "Slaughter" and "Cursed Crypt" and both were very well put together; from puzzles, engineering to room design. Wish we had time to do the others! Thanks for your help, Jose! You were awesome.Shakyra L.