Make your reservation for tile-matching madness with this suite of Mahjong fun! Match tiles in 20 floors of grand hotel featuring five unique variations on this ancient classic. Complete each room and unlock even more fun in the hotel Casino, Recreation Room, and Rooftop Terrace. Whether you're looking for classic Mahjong fun or unique twists to bend your brain.
Discover the clues and unravell the mystery of the dead body near Windsor Court Hotel in New Orleans. Miller decided to leave the hotel legacy in the capable hands of his children. Now we have a murder on our hands! Search for the hidden objects, combine clues and uncover the murder mystery.
Donald is the front desk manager at this very busy hotel. Can you join him while he helps all of his guests? His first task of the day is fetching some forgotten passports for a family on their way to the airport. Can you find them in this hidden objects game?
Check in to these hotel games for a night of fun. Don't worry, the vacancy sign is on and there is always room for one more in these puzzles, adventures, and games for kids and adults. Whether you are looking for hotel games for kids or hotel-management games, there is something in this collection for you.
In Hotel Management the concierges discover that the secret to success is keeping the customers happy. But when the demands start piling on, can the management team handle the high-pressure requirements of the job? If they can't, maybe they will do as Sarah and Douglas did and get out – of the country, though not the business. In Leaving the Country you must help Sarah and Doug settle into their new lives and meet new friends as the management team at a hotel in the French countryside.
For a kid-friendly game, try Travelogue, where the object is to pick up items you pass and get out of the hotel. In La Luna Hotel, you wake up and don't remember anything. To solve the puzzle and regain your faculties, find the key to your memory in the hotel.
Rockstar Hotel Jump is a decidedly more adult take on hotel games. Being the rock god that you are, your mission is to cause as much destruction as possible around your hotel room. Oh wait, that actually sounds pretty juvenile and would also be a great game for kids who need to let off some steam (or perhaps their caretakers?).
Speaking of rock stars, you can check out at any time you like, but you can never leave. So don't you think its time to start playing?