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"It's a great old hotel!"
-Gail Myers
City Engineer's Office



Welcome to The Wessex Hotel, home of the iconic Victorian landmark built in 1898.





The Wessex Hotel:
   History of the Hotel:
Everything known about the history of the hotel, going back to 1898.
   Meet the Staff:
A list of different professions found within the Wessex, and a guide to the men and women who fill these roles.
   Areas in the Hotel:
A listing of the different floors and areas found within the hotel.
   The Wessex Gift Shop:
Information about the gift shop that is part of the hotel, and everything known about it.
   Blueprints & Renderings:
There was a mock set of plans made up for the hotel that Elaine and Gail Myers were looking at. Once I obtain a copy, a set will be posted. Currently includes maps based off of information obtained throughout the film.










- For more information about the locations used in the filming of the Wessex, please refer to the
   Real-Life Filming Locations section of this guide.
- For more information about the Wessex as it is used throughout the film, please refer to the
   Walkthrough/Analysis section of this guide.