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->''"You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave..."''

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->''"You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave..."''->''"Up ahead in the distance\\
I saw a shimmering light\\
My head grew heavy and my sight grew dim\\
I had to stop for the night\\
There she stood in the doorway\\
I heard the mission bell\\
And I was thinkin' to myself\\
'This could be heaven or this could be hell'''


* CandlelitBath: A common benefit of staying in a hotel.
* DumbwaiterRide: Often occurs in hotels that have them.
* FishEyeLens: A camera trick used when someone is peeking through the door's peephole.
* FrenchMaid: Sometimes employed at hotels.
* GeorgeWashingtonSleptHere: A hotel self-advertises with the name of a famous patron.

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* CandlelitBath: A common benefit !! Types of staying in a hotel.
* DumbwaiterRide: Often occurs in hotels that have them.
* FishEyeLens: A camera trick used when someone is peeking through the door's peephole.
* FrenchMaid: Sometimes employed at hotels.
* GeorgeWashingtonSleptHere: A hotel self-advertises with the name of a famous patron.
Hotels:



* HotelHellion: A bratty kid terrorizes a hotel.
* HotSpringsEpisode: Using resort hotels as an excuse for {{fanservice}}.



* InnSecurity: Something bad happens to your PlayerCharacter while they're asleep at an inn.
* TheJeeves: Can manifest in the form of an immaculate hotel concierge.
* KeyUnderTheDoormat: A common way to let someone into your room.
* LonelyBachelorPad: Can be a long-term hotel room.
* LoveHotels: Japanese hotels built specifically for the purpose of allowing couples to have sex in privacy.
* NoFameNoWealthNoService: A hotel refuses to admit those who aren't big-wigs.



* PublicBathhouseScene: Sometimes occur in resorts.
* RansackedRoom: Returning to an overturned hotel room.



* RoomDisservice: Posing as hotel staff to get closer to someone.
* RuleOfPool: Often applies to hotel pools.



* ThereAreNoTents: Hotels as the only viable place to sleep.
!! Hotel-Associated Tropes:
* CandlelitBath: A common benefit of staying in a hotel.
* DumbwaiterRide: Often occurs in hotels that have them.
* FishEyeLens: A camera trick used when someone is peeking through the door's peephole.
* FrenchMaid: Sometimes employed at hotels.
* GeorgeWashingtonSleptHere: A hotel self-advertises with the name of a famous patron.
* HotelHellion: A bratty kid terrorizes a hotel.
* HotSpringsEpisode: Using resort hotels as an excuse for {{fanservice}}.
* InnSecurity: Something bad happens to your PlayerCharacter while they're asleep at an inn.
* TheJeeves: Can manifest in the form of an immaculate hotel concierge.
* KeyUnderTheDoormat: A common way to let someone into your room.
* LonelyBachelorPad: Can be a long-term hotel room.
* LoveHotels: Japanese hotels built specifically for the purpose of allowing couples to have sex in privacy.
* NoFameNoWealthNoService: A hotel refuses to admit those who aren't big-wigs.
* PublicBathhouseScene: Sometimes occur in resorts.
* RansackedRoom: Returning to an overturned hotel room.
* RoomDisservice: Posing as hotel staff to get closer to someone.
* RuleOfPool: Often applies to hotel pools.



* ThereAreNoTents: RolePlayingGame techniques to get the player into hotels.


* FrenchMaid: Sometimes employed at hotels.



* TheJeeves: Can manifest in the form of an immaculate hotel concierge.



* NoFameNoWealthNoRespect: A hotel refuses to admit those who aren't big-wigs.

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* NoFameNoWealthNoRespect: NoFameNoWealthNoService: A hotel refuses to admit those who aren't big-wigs.



* PublicBathouseScene: Sometimes occur in resorts.

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* PublicBathouseScene: PublicBathhouseScene: Sometimes occur in resorts.

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* CandlelitBath: A common benefit of staying in a hotel.


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* FishEyeLens: A camera trick used when someone is peeking through the door's peephole.


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* HotSpringsEpisode: Using resort hotels as an excuse for {{fanservice}}.


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* KeyUnderTheDoormat: A common way to let someone into your room.


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* NoFameNoWealthNoRespect: A hotel refuses to admit those who aren't big-wigs.


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* PublicBathouseScene: Sometimes occur in resorts.
* RansackedRoom: Returning to an overturned hotel room.


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* RoomDisservice: Posing as hotel staff to get closer to someone.
* RuleOfPool: Often applies to hotel pools.

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* HorribleHousing: Can be expanded to include hotels.


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* LonelyBachelorPad: Can be a long-term hotel room.


See also BuildingTropes, ArchitectureTropes.

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See also BuildingTropes, ArchitectureTropes.
ArchitectureTropes, LuxuryTropes.

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See also BuildingTropes, ArchitectureTropes.


-->--'''Music/TheEagles''', ''Hotel California''

''Tropes about hotels, motels, inns, and anywhere else that offers short-term rentals on bedrooms.''

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-->--'''Music/TheEagles''', ''Hotel California''

''Tropes
-->-- '''Music/TheEagles''', "Hotel California"

Tropes
about hotels, motels, inns, and anywhere else that offers short-term rentals on bedrooms.''
bedrooms.

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* GeorgeWashingtonSleptHere
* HellHotel
* HotelHellion
* InnBetweenTheWorlds
* InnOfNoReturn
* InnSecurity
* LoveHotels
* NoTellMotel
* RestAndResupplyStop
* RyokanInn
* SmithicalMarriage
* TheStateroomSketch
* StealingFromTheHotel
* ThereIsOnlyOneBed
* ThereAreNoTents
* TraumaInn
* YouAllMeetInAnInn

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* GeorgeWashingtonSleptHere
DumbwaiterRide: Often occurs in hotels that have them.
* HellHotel
GeorgeWashingtonSleptHere: A hotel self-advertises with the name of a famous patron.
* HotelHellion
HellHotel: A scary hotel.
* InnBetweenTheWorlds
HotelHellion: A bratty kid terrorizes a hotel.
* InnOfNoReturn
InnBetweenTheWorlds: A space between different worlds but part of none. Often a hotel.
* InnSecurity
InnOfNoReturn: A hotel that kills its customers.
* LoveHotels
InnSecurity: Something bad happens to your PlayerCharacter while they're asleep at an inn.
* NoTellMotel
LoveHotels: Japanese hotels built specifically for the purpose of allowing couples to have sex in privacy.
* RestAndResupplyStop
NoTellMotel: Sleazy motel rented by the hour.
* RyokanInn
RestAndResupplyStop: One-stop shop for all your mid-quest needs.
* SmithicalMarriage
RyokanInn: A fancy, traditional Japanese hotel.
* TheStateroomSketch
SmithicalMarriage: A couple having an affair rents a hotel room under false names.
* StealingFromTheHotel
TheStateroomSketch: A stock gag where lots of people crowd into a too-small room, often a hotel room.
* ThereIsOnlyOneBed
StealingFromTheHotel: Taking advantage of the complimentary amenities.
* ThereAreNoTents
ThereIsOnlyOneBed: Characters rent a room with only one bed and are forced to share or sleep on the floor.
* TraumaInn
ThereAreNoTents: RolePlayingGame techniques to get the player into hotels.
* YouAllMeetInAnInnTraumaInn: Going to an inn to heal after injuries.
* YouAllMeetInAnInn: The adventure begins by the heroes meeting in an inn.


->''"You can check out any time you like / But you can never leave..."''

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->''"You can check out any time you like / But like, but you can never leave..."''

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* StealingFromTheHotel


->''"Welcome to the Hotel California / You can check out any time you like / But you can never leave..."''

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->''"Welcome to the Hotel California / You ->''"You can check out any time you like / But you can never leave..."''


-->Welcome to the Hotel California / You can check out any time you like / But you can never leave...
-->- The Eagles, ''Hotel California''

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-->Welcome ->''"Welcome to the Hotel California / You can check out any time you like / But you can never leave...
-->- The Eagles,
leave..."''
-->--'''Music/TheEagles''',
''Hotel California''

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* TheStateroomSketch

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* GeorgeWashingtonSleptHere

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-->Welcome to the Hotel California / You can check out any time you like / But you can never leave...
-->- The Eagles, ''Hotel California''

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