The Dann Hotel

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The Dann Hotel
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Danger Updater MDUDC 18:16, 21 February 2019 (UTC)
the Dann Hotel

Stanbury Village [56,55]

Burgess Street Maxwell Walk a warehouse
Beacham Cinema the Dann Hotel the Batson Museum
the Sertin Building
(Phone Tower)
Salvage Row Club Bartin

Basic Info:

  • Also known as motels.
  • 50% chance of finding wine.
  • Hotels can be barricaded normally.

Description

The best hotel in Malton.

A tall metal-and-glass building with a collapsed roof. Situated in Stanbury Village, the once-affluent heart of Malton, the Dann is still an imposing yet welcoming structure. A few box trees still stand on the balcony, although survivors are often tempted to drop them on zombies milling around below.

History

Built in 1837, the Dann was the first true hotel in Malton. Exclusive and refined, it nonetheless made every guest feel immediately at home, and eschewed showiness and gimmicks in favour of old-fashioned hospitality, discreet service, and the best of everything. To this day the fluffiness of its towels is the stuff of legend, and survivors still come to the Dann in the hope of finding one tucked away in a linen cupboard, or of obtaining hot water for the cracked, bloodstained marble bathtubs.

The Dann achieved literary fame when it was the inspiration for frequent guest Alberta Christie's detective novel, At Tristram's Hotel.

Its public dining room, The Maxwell Grill, was the place to be seen taking luncheon for nearly two centuries. Under its last chef, the foul-mouthed Wolfgang Weiss, the restaurant achieved an unprecedented four Michelin stars for his signature dish of Spoo en croute.

Weiss examines his spoo.

Another grey meat is currently more popular among diners, who often arrive without reservations and eat noisily and messily, with no regard for correct cutlery usage.

Barricade Policy

Current Status



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