Our trio of time travelers find themselves in a very strange hotel. The Doctor quickly surmises that it's a replica of a 1980s British hotel and when they ring the bell at the check-in counter, they find themselves confronted by three others, none of whom know how they got there. They do not know that the others who were with have seemingly gone mad and are now dead. Those who remain describe the hotel as having no exits with corridors and walls that are forever changing. As well, each room is occupied by someone or something representing their greatest fear. To top things off, the TARDIS seems to have disappeared. Their encounter with a strange creature will have an impact on all of them and force the Doctor to reevaluate his relationship with Amy and Rory. Written by
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You can see the contents of the Doctor's room in the reflection of his eye. See more
In the beginning of the episode, as Lucy Hayward is moving down the hotel corridor she opens three doors. Two of them have the number 214. See more
"Let's go to Ravan-Skala," he says. "The people are 600 feet tall, you have to talk to them in hot air balloons, and the Tourist Information Centre is made of one of their hats," he says. I'm sorry, I don't see any huge hats.
Amy, Beaky, this could be the most exciting thing I've ever seen!
How can you be excited about a rubbish hotel on a rubbish bit of Earth?
Because, assembled Ponds, this is not Earth. This has just been made to *look* like Earth. The craftsmanship ...
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Doctor Who Theme
Written by Ron Grainer
Arranged by Murray Gold
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