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"Hotel's all yours."
-Judith Teller
Wessex Hotel Concierge




16TH FLOOR
The top floor, its 16th, possesses the Wessex Hotel's ballroom. It makes the perfect setting for dances, parties and wedding receptions.

15TH FLOOR
Although it's slightly illegible, the hand-typed floor descriptor label for each floor looks to have listed the hotel's 15th floor, as possessing the "Dalymort Suite".

14TH FLOOR
The descriptor label for this floor is blank. Therefore, I have no idea what could have been on the 14th floor. Technically, if there wasn't a 13th floor, the 14th floor would be the 13th floor. In this case, as the "Mezzanine Floor" comes between "1" and "2" on the elevator, the 12th floor would be the hotel's actual 13th floor. As the 13th floor is bypassed, the stairs must run all the way from the 12th floor to the 14th.

13TH FLOOR
This floor does not exist... at least that's what the staff will tell you. This floor was actually sealed off in the year 1900, following the gruesome murders of 16 individuals killed in a Satanic ritual. The floor was reopened, 90 years later, and the gruesome ritual is repeated as the staff intends on achieving immortality by murdering 16 very unlucky individuals...

12TH FLOOR
Gail Myers looks in at the service hall of this floor, in order to form a mental image of what the 13th floor, should she find it, should or shouldn't look like. The 12th floor allows the viewer to know where they are, with only visual clues. We know we are on a service hall, due to the vacuum cleaner, broom and dustpan, linens, and pushcart shelf full of rolls of toilet paper. The cross-wall shows its separation from the patron areas. The central staircase should be to the right of the wall.

11TH FLOOR
The "Convention Room" is located on the Wessex Hotel's 11th floor; at least according to the hand-typed descriptor label posted for the 11th floor.

10TH FLOOR
We never get to see the hotel's 10th floor, but it lies in between the hotel's 9th and 11th.

9TH FLOOR
The 9th floor is the last floor Elaine runs to, on her way to escaping the demented staff, during the epic chase sequence. The service elevator, left on the 6th floor, is somehow waiting on Elaine here on the 9th floor. Elaine bypasses them by entering Room #970. Elaine is able to escape through Room #966, after running through the doors leading between the three rooms Elaine escapes into.

8TH FLOOR
Mrs. Beecher had a room on the 8th floor... Room #871. Unfortunately, she "checked out" early... During the epic chase sequence Elaine runs to the 8th floor after encountering Mr. Rogas and Letti Gordon on the hotel's 7th floor.

7TH FLOOR
During the epic chase sequence, Elaine runs up to the 7th floor in order to escape Abraham, coming down the hallway of the 6th Floor and to escape Judith and Porter, who are coming up from the 5th Floor.

6TH FLOOR
Elaine's Room, #676 is on the Wessex Hotel's 6th Floor. It is in the back of the hotel, where Elaine overlooks the hotel's Garden Cafe.

5TH FLOOR
We never get to see the hotel's 5th Floor, but this is the floor that Judith and Porter are on, before they start ascending the stairs to try and catch Elaine on the hotel's 6th Floor.

4TH FLOOR
We never get to see the hotel's 4th floor, but it lies in between the hotel's 5th and 3rd.

3RD FLOOR
We never get to see the hotel's 3rd floor, but it lies in between the hotel's 4th and 2nd.

2ND FLOOR
We never get to see the hotel's 2nd floor, but it lies in between the hotel's 3rd and the Mezzanine Level.

MEZZANINE FLOOR
The hotel's main floor is labeled "M". This could stand for Mezzanine or Main. More than likely Mezzanine, although as the floor isn't designed to be a true Mezzanine level, the "M" could very well stand for Main. This is the floor you will arrive into when you first arrive to the hotel, and the location of the hotel's Registration desk and Concierge station.

1ST FLOOR
The hotel's first floor isn't the one you first come into, that would be the floor marked "M". The 1st Floor actually lies one floor below the main floor. This floor possess the hotel's kitchen and service areas.

BASEMENT FLOOR
The floor marked "B" could either be its basement (as it's in the basement) or stand for "Boiler Room", and could potentially be the location of the hotel's boiler room. This is the location of the hotel's giant dishwashing machine.

BOTTOM FLOOR
It is completely unknown what rests on the hotel's bottom floor, but if the Wessex Hotel takes any at all after the Sheraton Town House, the real life hotel used to film the exterior shots of the Wessex, its bottom floor would have been labeled "G", as the bottom floor of the Town House was an underground parking "Garage" stationed directly below the hotel. The Sharaton's lowest level, its indoor parking garage, also labeled "G" in its elevator, is a floor all its own.