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How To Build a Hotel in Dragons Quest Builders 2

How To Build a Hotel in Dragons Quest Builders 2

Dragon Quest Builders 2 is a quirky little game. Well, little isn’t entirely accurate, given that the main story can take you anywhere upwards of 60 hours to complete.

Even after you finish the main bulk of the game, you’re going to be spoilt for choice when it comes to what to do afterward.

One of those choices is growing your settlement with any number of fancy and exquisite buildings to serve as the cherry on top of an already exceptionally fun cake.

One of these buildings is the hotel, and it’s super easy to build.

Step One – Build a Bedroom

The first thing you need to do when building a hotel in Dragon Quest Builders 2 is to build a bedroom.

Over the course of your journey, you’ve probably collected a few different bedroom recipes.

I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but only the basic bedroom is used to create a hotel. Sorry to those of you that wanted a snazzy bedroom already there for you.

If this sounds a bit above your metaphorical Dragon Quest paygrade, then let’s start from the bottom.

To create a bedroom, you need to do two things. First, construct a room with two-block high walls and a door.

In this room, you’re going to have to place two beds and a fixed light source.

Do that, and voila, you’ve got yourself a bedroom.

While you can’t use any fancy recipes, you can decorate yourself. So let your imagination run wild and go nuts.

Step Two – Build a Reception

The second, and last, step on your way to becoming a hotel real estate mogul is to build a reception.

You obviously can’t build your reception twenty miles away, so make sure it’s connected to the bedroom by a door.

With your reception room ready, you have a few more things to put in order before you can open for business.

First, put down two tables. Any kind of table will do, but try to keep it in theme for the sake of your guests.

On one of these tables, you’re going to need a light source. A candle will do the trick and add a certain “rustic ambiance” to the place.

On the other table, put down some stationary so that you can keep track of who owes you money.

You can place the stationary anywhere, but you don’t want your debt collectors working off the floor.

After that, put some wall hangings on the wall (where else?), and you’re done.

You’ve now got your very own hotel in Dragon Quest Builders 2.