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Stash House

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Jayvee S wrote a review Jan 2020
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IF YOU'RE INTO ESCAPE ROOMS, DO STASH HOUSE. After experiencing Stash House, it immediately flew into my top 3 rooms. I've done 20+ escape rooms, mostly in the Los Angeles area, so I wouldn't call myself an escape room addict, but I'm definitely not inexperienced. The puzzles were quite inventive which makes for exciting discoveries in the room. This is room quite big for even 6 people to explore, which is how big my group was. By LA escape room standards, this is quite big and the room makes very good use of the space by using the puzzles to tie many parts of the room together. I'd recommend 4-5 people for this room. Less than 4 is great if everyone is very experienced in doing escape rooms. GO DO STASH HOUSE!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Neulara wrote a review Oct 2019
Hardys Bay, Australia125 contributions78 helpful votes
Visited as family of 5 with 3 teenagers. They all said Stash House was the best experience of 9 days in LA (yes, we did Universal, Warner Bros, Santa Monica, Venice etc...). The drug gang was an appealing concept for an escape room in LA. Well put together room with various hidden rooms. Nice and simple intro with a quick waiver form then straight into the scenario. The space is big and can take 12 people. As only 5 of us and inexperienced we definitely did not finish. However, we liked that we had the room to ourselves rather than shared with others like so many escape rooms do. Stash House definitely made the kids want to do more escape rooms.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Nevin Li wrote a review Sep 2019
Sunnyvale, California35 contributions3 helpful votes
Going through and updating my old reviews as we move them over to our new stack rank website, theroomrank.com! Check it out to see how these rooms compare to the other 125+ rooms we've done across the United States. Stash House - 5/5. Stash House has held up surprisingly well over time - despite being an older room with less technology and story moments, the unique puzzles and set full of surprises really make you feel like you're in a stash house. Just a really great game overall, and easily one of the best in LA. (Original Review) I've done over 80 rooms across the bay area, Seattle, New Orleans, and LA at this point. Stash House has been consistently rated as one of the best rooms in LA/in the world, and so we finally made the trek down here to do this and a bunch of other rooms, with this being one of the reasons we came down here, and boy it didn't disappoint. Stash House - 4.5/5 (One of the best escape rooms in the greater area). Stash House is definitely an outlier among the rooms that I give this rating - the other 4.5/5 rooms tend to have amazing sets / custom props that make you feel like you're whisked away from ordinary life into an extravagant new environment, and there's a bunch of automated, movie-quality tech that brings the set to life. Stash House does not have nearly as much of this as the other rooms: you're in some dudes modern apartment, and you're interacting with modern day stuff like a fridge and (though there are definitely parts of the set that you wouldn't find in normal houses). The room is somewhere inbetween gen1 and gen2: there are a fair amount of combination locks / keypads, and some amount of automated sensors. While this would normally be a drawback, Stash House manages to take this more mundane atmosphere, and transform it into an immersive experience through a combination of story, twists, and great puzzle design. In a way, the realism of the set makes the game even more immersive given the subject matter and premise. I currently have Stash House ranked as 7th out of the 80 games I've done, and when 1st-6th are rooms like Cutthroat Cavern, Storykeeper and Lab Rat, 7th is an extremely high rating, and I can definitely recommend Stash House as one of the best escape room experiences you'll have in the United States. The start of the escape room begins even before you enter the room: the entrance to the room is a nondescript black door as the website says, and the neighborhood looks just sketchy enough for it to feel as if this could actually be a legitimate hideout for some shady dealings. The story is... unique to say the least, and there are some fun surprises in the room related to it. The puzzles are on theme and integrate into the story well, though there were a couple of puzzles that felt more random thematically. Certain lore snippets were also sprinkled around the room/puzzle that really made you feel like you are getting a glimpse into the circumstances around Stash House and what's up with Ray. The puzzle design was a big strength of the room as well: there was a large variety of different types that you had to do, and all of them had appropriate amounts of challenge and flowed well into each other. You could tell that they cared about having actual puzzles in the room as opposed to a series of fetch quests that other companies sometimes employ. The hint system was also great: Tommy did a great job at recognizing when we were stuck and nudging us in the right direction. Many hosts will often reveal way too much information and ruin the puzzle, but there was a good balance here of making sure we still got to figure out most of the puzzle. The set itself was massive and probably one of the largest spaces I've seen for an escape room (excluding 13th gate in Louisiana, but nothing really compares to that). The space was well utilized and full with content without feeling cramped, which is a rare thing for most rooms. The website is accurate for player recommendations unlike many other rooms that try to cram you in: 4-6 is a good number for enthusiasts (4 being better), and 6-8 is a good number for beginners. Personal Stats: Escaped in 55 mins with 4 people, getting ~5 or so real hints on parts we got really stuck on.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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BillytheButler wrote a review Aug 2019
Los Angeles, California7 contributions1 helpful vote
We came here at the recommendation of another escape room owner near USC and just wow. This room had so much going for it, secrets everywhere, enthralling puzzles, great immersion, fun wow moments. I would however recommend a larger group for this as I didn't feel we necessarily had enough players.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Amanda W wrote a review Apr 2019
Sydney, Australia40 contributions8 helpful votes
Best escape room we've been to! - 90 minutes - super realistic - challenging - team work required - concurrent puzzles but still sequential - mix of number puzzles, locks, mechanical/tactile - great storyline!!
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Date of experience: April 2019
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