All the bedrooms that escaped the big room in the 2018/19 season, and where they might be found in 2019/20.
The Escape Room and KitchenThe Escape Room was one of the rooms in the ’20/21 season that might be open again, but for now, it’s only for a short-term stay.
It’s still the room with the longest history, and it was the only room that opened on the opening night.
It was the home of the famous ‘Mr. Fixit’, and his two dogs, The Beast and Big Red.
It had been a regular haunt for many a sports fan, and even became a home for the legendary football game, the game between Liverpool and Aston Villa, in the 1970s.
The rooms are still there, but it won’t be until 2019.
The BallroomThe Ballroom was the main haunt for some of the players and staff of the Premier League.
It went under a new name in the early ’20s, when the league changed to a 12-team format, but there’s a new look to it now.
The ballroom has been converted to a dining room, and there’s been a change in decor.
The walls are painted green, and the carpet has been moved from the main floor to the lower level.
The original wallpaper has also been replaced, with the club’s crest replaced by the new logo.
The main entrance is still there though.
The Bar The Bar was the room that got a new roof over it after the opening of the stadium in the mid-1960s.
It also served as the home for a few football clubs, including Manchester United and Everton, and its original name was the Red & Black.
In the late ’20’s and early ’30’s, the club changed its name to West Ham United.
West Ham also used the same building as the Red Room for some years, until it was demolished in the 1990s.
The BathroomThe Bathroom was originally called the Bathroom.
It has since been renamed the ‘Laundry Room’.
It has also served a number of other clubs, but most notably the Londoners, who used it for their training ground.
It used to be the home to the famous football club, the London Express.
The LoungeThe Lounge was one the main rooms that used to haunt the fans.
In some ways, it has always been a popular haunt for football fans in the UK, as the place was known as the ‘Cockpit’ and the ‘Pipe Room’ during the early days of the game.
It even had a bar in the days before bars were required, with The Locker.
It opened in the late 1800s and has been the home bar for the team since.
The Living RoomThe Living Room has been around since the start of the season.
It first appeared in the opening match of the 2017/18 season, against West Bromwich Albion, when Harry Redknapp’s side were looking to break the Baggies’ unbeaten run.
It hosted the match against Arsenal and has also hosted matches for other teams, including the Evertonians.
The LoftThe Loft is the other room in which Harry Redkapp’s team have been in the Premier Leagues.
The first one opened in March 2018, but the club has since changed its colours to white and red.
The second room opened in October 2019, and has served as a training facility for the likes of Sunderland, Southampton and Tottenham Hotspur.
The KitchenThe Kitchen is one of a few rooms that had the famous Mr Fixit as its resident, as he would often come and visit his team at the hotel.
He’s been the owner of the restaurant since 1996, and was the owner and chef of the Loft Hotel from 1978 until his death in 2014.
He has been a fixture at the Loft for a number years, as is his son, George.
He also owned the ‘Horse and Carriage’ in the Loft, which was the venue for a couple of England’s FA Cup ties.
The LaundryRoomThe LaundyRoom is one the rooms where the infamous ‘Mr Fixit’ is the resident.
It became the main room of the club when it became a fully-fledged training centre in the 1950s.
In 1958, it was renamed the Loft and it has been used as a dining and dining room for the club since.
The CockpitThe Cockpit was once a popular area for fans to gather for the games, and featured many of the legends of the ’80s and early 90s.
There was also a football-themed restaurant at the ground, which is now the location of The Pub.
The PubThe Pub has been in operation since the 1950’s.
It is now known as The Pub and the pub has hosted the likes: the