The Hotel, 3rd Floor
One of the floors of The Hotel that has fused with Ten'ou House.
Suite 0301 through 0306
Rooms 0201–0204 and 0301–0306 have been greatly modified and connected together to create a dorm similar to what most xcheamo packs have. They are situated at the end of each hallway, and there is one door on each level to enter. The dorm is not only for The Tokyo Lupa, but intended for any Lupa visitors who come to the city, and thus the private rooms are not decorated for any particular person, but to appeal to a wide variety of tastes. Most of the items and furnishings were made by Lupa, either on Earth or xcheamo. It should be noted that there is very little metal in the dorm.
The third floor contains all the private rooms and a combined bath. Despide appearances, the rooms are spacious enough for Lupa needs and all have mattresses of the same size which sit directly on the floor.
| Room 1|
This room is bright and cheery, and really benefits from full sunlight and plant life. Grace Peterson is currently staying here.
| Room 2|
A more rustic room with natural fibers and earthy tones. Gaetano Rejane is currently staying here.
| Room 3|
This room has an eccentric, yet homey feel, and can definitely take plenty of candlelight.
| Room 4|
A bit more subdued than Room 1, this room has a beautiful carved pannel of wood and fabrics made in vastly different areas of the world. Svetlana is staying here.
| Room 5|
For those who prefer living outside or in fur, a very simple room that looks like it's in the middle of whatever wilderness the occupant asks for. Uffago is staying here.
| Room 6|
A more luxurious room with plush fabrics and purple tones with a few softer feminine touches.Kai is currently staying in this room.
| Room 7|
A vivid orange brings life to this modern room, which features items made in various places of the world and bold geometric prints.
| Room 8|
Something different with a little 70s inspiration for those who just love color and having people over. Nima is utilizing this room when she wants a quiet place to go when at the Hotel.
The common bath is a large, sunny room at the end of the hallway with a large tile shower with curtaining and both Western and Japanese style toilets. There are two sinks set in a long counter with panel mirrors running above. There are open shelves with toiletries and towels, and a towel rack.