It is also known as the "Escher Hilton" because of its confusing geometry: There are two wings which are not on quite the same level and are only connected on some floors. In one wing the floors are numbered 1 to 4, while in the other wing they are numbered 5 to 8. You can walk more-or-less levelly from floor 2 to floor 6. In addition, the function space forms a large hollow square which sprawls across several different heights. Walking around the square seems to leave you one floor higher than you ought to be.
Rye Town Hilton
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