Highcourt Plaza Hotel
Twenty-eight stories of expensive, very chic hotel, with twin towers of silvered glass and four observation elevators rising from the central atrium/lobby, the Highcourt’s interior decor is rendered in an understated 1920’s Art Deco style. The east wing includes an indoor pool, health spa, and beauty and fitnesscenter, while thewest wingfeaturesa small convention center (capacity 200 people), a travel bureau and the three- star French restaurant Le Fontainebleau.
The third through twenty-fourth floors consist of double occupancy rooms with baths. The twenty-fifth through twenty-seventh floors have sixteen suites complete with kitchen, full bath, and interfacing capacity. The twenty- eighth floor consists of two huge penthouse apartments reserved for visiting heads of state, captains of industry, and millionaire rockerboys and their entourages.
Valet parking is provided by the hotel in their two levels of underground parking as well as rental car and limousine service forthose guests needing transportation around Night City. The west wing’s rooftop is specially equipped with a landing pad capable of handling the heaviest corporate helo or tilt-wing business aircraft.
Hotel security is very tight and consists of two armed hotel detectives and four eight-hour shifts of eight roving plainclothes security personnel, plus two people monitoring video display cameras. Equipped with electric stun guns and handheld communications gear, the security can handle most common situations in the hotel (he.; drunks, loud parties, and nonpaying patrons). If anything more dangerous occurs, or hotel property or guests are in danger, they will not hesitate to call law enforcement authorities immediately.