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Statesman Hotel terminals

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The Statesman Hotel terminals are a series of entries found on terminals within the Statesman Hotel in Fallout 3.

Alfresco Lounge

Note: This wall terminal is located at the concierge station at the entrance to The Alfresco Lounge.

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Statesman Hotel Restaurant
Mon - Th 7 AM - 2 PM
Sun 7 AM - 9 PM
Remember, after using the restroom, don't
just walk out without cleaning up. Take a
look around and see if there are any toilet
tissues lying about and pick them up. A
customer always appreciates a clean
restroom.

Seats Available

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> Currently 100% of Seating Available

Concierge Terminal

Note: This terminal is located on the receptionist counter in the Lobby. It is locked Average.

Guest Check-In

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> Reservation Server Unavailable

Guest Check-Out

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> Reservation Server Unavailable

Check Availability

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> Reservation Server Unavailable

Unlock Front Desk Safe

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> Unlocked

Guest Complaint Files

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Complaint Database - August 2077
Please have guest be as descriptive as possible.

Complaint 0001

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Incident Level: 3 (Minor)
Guest Name: Harold Worthington III

Incident:
Mr. Worthington claims that the ice machine on the second floor was leaking water, which caused the tile floor to get wet. He then apparently slipped and fell after "spending the night up in the Alfresco" on the way back to his room. He demanded restitution in the form of free room service or "some more of those damn pillows." I found Mr. Worthington to be quite unreasonable and abusive on the phone.

Complaint 0002

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Incident Level: 1 (Major)
Guest Name: Seneca Clarkson

Incident:
Ms. Clarkson was found dead in Room 302 in the bed in a state of undress. She had been suffocated by a plastic bag placed over her head and couldn't help herself from this predicament due to her limbs being tied to the bedposts. The man who reported the incident was takinQuoted verbatim, error appeared in the original sourceIcon sic.png into custody and told us that "It was only a bit of fun!" Ms. Clarkson is well known to be a highly valued escort for this facility, and it is assumed she perished in the line of duty.

Complaint 0003

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Incident Level: 2 (Intermediate)
Guest Name: Wanda Kellendyne

Incident:
Ms. Kellendyne reported the smell of cooking coming from her room (202). We immediately dispatched a security guard to her room to ascertain the source of the smell. After investigating the entire room, the guard discovered that the electric blanket we provided her was malfunctioning and literally burning her legs. When asked why she didn't feel any pain, she immediately replied "Honey, I've been married for 40 years and I raised 8 kids. What the hell is pain?" That and the myriad of empty pill bottles we found seemed to answer the question.

Complaint 0004

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Incident Level: 3 (Minor)
Guest Name: Harold Worthington III

Incident:
Note this is Mr. Worthington's second incident this month. Apparently he claims that the carpeting on the steps leading to the Alfresco Lounge was coming up which caused him to trip and fall down. He says he was making his way back to his room "after a whole night up in the Alfresco Lounge" and had the accident.

As before, he demanded restitution in the form of free room service or "some more of those damn pillows." Once again, I found Mr. Worthington to be quite unreasonable and abusive on the phone. I believe we have now relinquished 23 pillows to this hotel regular over the last 10 months.

Notes

These terminals coincide with patient records found on nurse's terminals found throughout Our Lady of Hope Hospital.