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Hotel Rexford is an unmarked location in Goodneighbor in 2287.

Background

Hotel Rexford provides lodging for travelers and scavengers stopping in Goodneighbor. Owned by chem dealer Marowski, the establishment has employed Clair Hutchins for over 40 years.[1][2]

In the past, the hotel catered to a more sophisticated crowd, and parties were thrown often.[3] Before the Great War, the hotel was a client of Gwinnett Brewery, from which they ordered half-barrel kegs of Gwinnett Pale Ale, Peabody Pilsner, Dead Redcoat Ale, and Bunker Hill Brew on a monthly basis.[4]

Layout

The first floor has a lobby where the Sole Survivor can rent an upstairs room, with two small restrooms to the right and Marowski's office in the back. Stairways to the west and east lead up to the second and third floors, with an Expert-locked closet off the western stairway containing a steamer trunk and two ammo boxes. Four rooms are on the third floor, one of which is occupied by the Vault-Tec rep. The basement features Fred Allen's Novice-locked terminal and minor loot.

Inhabitants

Notable loot

  • Live & Love issue issue #10 - On the bar to the right of the entrance.
  • Hotel registry password - Carried by Clair Hutchins, with another copy under her counter.
  • Fred Allen's password - Carried by Fred Allen, with another copy in the basement under the stairs. Provides access to his Novice-locked terminal.
  • Join the Railroad holotape - On the first floor, in a sink in the ladies' restroom.

Related quests

Appearances

Hotel Rexford only appears in Fallout 4.

Gallery

References

  1. Clair Hutchins: "I have been working in this hotel for over forty years, and this is NOT how I imagined spending my retirement."
    (Clair Hutchins' dialogue)
  2. Sole Survivor: "Who owns this place?"
    Clair Hutchins: "Mister Marowski."
    (Clair Hutchins' dialogue)
  3. Clair Hutchins: "Mister Marowski. You should have seen him in his day. This place used to be flowing with high-end chems, beautiful clients, and ooh.. the parties."
    (Clair Hutchins' dialogue)
  4. Gwinnett Brewery terminal entries; Scheduled Deliveries, Hotel Rexford
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