Stash House

This is a review of the Escape Room “Stash House” offered by Stash House in Los Angeles, CA, USA.
  • โญ๏ธ 9/10
  • ๐ŸŒก Difficult
  • โณ 90 Minutes
  • ๐Ÿ‘ฅ 4 – 11 Person

When we enter the inconspicuous apartment in Koreatown, we don’t yet know that it belongs to a notorious drug lord in Los Angeles who is about to put us to a tough test. Via video message, he tells us that in order to test our loyalty, creativity and intuition, he has hidden drugs all over the apartment, which we have to find and flush down the toilet before the cops arrive, to whom he has leaked a hot tip.

An extremely revealing and unquestionable introduction! It’s as clear as day what our task is for the next 90 minutes. Namely, to get rid of the incriminating evidence before a drug dog tracks it down and we end up behind bars together.

There’s a lot to do at the Stash House! We split up and set off in search of the white powder. The tasks are varied, non-linear, often multi-stage and sometimes require teamwork. This is quite a challenge with four players, as the spacious Stash House has room for 4-11 “victims”.

It was tight for us! We practically pulled the toilet flush when the police knocked. The Sash House came 131st at last year’s Terpeca and was one of the highlights for us in Los Angeles. An exciting experience that I am happy to recommend.

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Heiner Stepen