Crash Hotel in Ice District Opening – photo gallery

12/23/16 12:31 PM



To the owners and operator’s of Crash Hotel, I would like to say thank you for taking one of the sketchiest places in the city that I would never recommend to anyone I loved and executing your vision to make it a real destination venue that patrons can now be excited about visiting. It’s attached to Denizen Hall, which is a super fun arcade bar with exceptionally good food, and sits on top of the Chvrch of John. Enjoy the photos.

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Grafitti wall art.

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Don’t mess with an armed monkey.

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Phil & Twyla whooping it up.

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Kelly-Dawn exploring.

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Hallway chaos.

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Robyn testing the facilities.

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Pugs not drugs wall art.

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Phil enjoying the bunk beds.

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Not really sure what’s going on in the Banff-themed room.

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Fortune telling, etc.

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Freedom wall art.

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Something to do with black velvet wall hangings.

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A girl in a bikini in a tub.

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Storm troopers from Norway, perhaps.

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Star Wars-themed room.

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The lion was pretty cool.

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Mojito room. The guy serving drinks in here self-identified as “over-served.”

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Bros selling shirts with pizzas on them in the crayon gun room.

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A lousy shot of an awesome DJ spinning some heavy drum & bass. If you know his name, please let me know.

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My favourite room of the night. This took me back to the drum & bass jungle music I listened to in grade 10 and the raves I never attended.

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Moustache room.

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The luggage room. Apparently, during renos, someone had an emergency and used one of these suitcases as a toilet. Luckily, it was discovered before being installed permanently in the wall display.

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The speaker room. I like this one. I hope people don’t poke the cones, though.

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As you can see, the night had a certain Studio 54 flare.

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The bar in the lobby.

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