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"That's three blocks down and one block over. You can't miss it."
-Creeson
Wessex Hotel Doorman







- THE WESSEX HOTEL - (ELAINE'S ROOM) - All shots of Elaine's Room come from a room in the Ambassador Hotel. Her room number is 676, and it is likely that the shots were filmed in that room.

NOTTFO Notes:
- It might not be coincidence that Elaine is put into room 676 and not 666... the hotel might in fact lack one, as it recognizes the superstitious beliefs of its visiting patrons. However, in 676, 6+7+6=19 and 1+9=10 and 676-10=666...

- Rather than giving Elaine a view of the street in front of the hotel, she is given a room in the back of the hotel, overlooking the luscious gardens and quaint Garden Cafe. We assume this, because all of the windows on the front and sides of the hotel (the 6th floor in particular) contain single unit windows, and the window in Elaine's suite (the one closed by the porter) is a double window.

- Elaine's room also possesses a staircase to a second floor bedroom. This is interesting to note when establishing blueprints for the hotel, as it shows that certain suites, like Elaine's, on the 6th floor, are large enough with their second floors, to also extend up onto, in this case, the 7th floor. It is unknown whether there is also a door on the 7th floor leading into the top part of Elaine's suite...