You arrive at a nondescript black door with a green light... You knock. The door slowly swings open and you're invited in... Welcome to Stash House Your group has been invited to a seemingly-normal Koreatown apartment owned by a local entrepreneur to discuss a business opportunity. Shortly after arriving, you discover the apartment belongs to Ray Jones, notorious Los Angeles drug kingpin, and that Ray has a test in store for you: find all the drugs hidden in the space and flush them before the cops arrive or face Read More...
94% Escaped Escaped 73
Stash House is a must-play for any escape room enthusiast in LA. The room actually looks like an apartment that someone could legitimately live in. The hint system is different from what I've seen in other rooms. My partner and I usually like to play with just the two of us, but we brought along two others for this one and were glad that we did. There was plenty for all of us to do as this place is pretty big! The puzzles were fun to complete and each one was totally unique from the others. This isn't an especially tech-y room, which I personally appreciate. The owner, Don is awesome and we had a great time chatting with him after the game was done. He walked us through all the puzzles afterwards, which was nice because even though we made it out in time, there were some things each of us missed since someone else on our team was working on it. If you're an enthusiast and haven't tried this room yet, you need to book it asap!
89% Escaped Escaped 50
Stash House remains one of my favorite escape experiences. The clues, story, and grand finale were all fantastic. The set and props were right on point, I'd reccomend doing this with a group of atleast four (more would be helpful).
100% Escaped Escaped 1
The overall design of Stash House was original, unique and very detail-oriented. There were tons of puzzles that were able to keep each person in our group of four busy with their own tasks. Lots of surprises hidden within what appears to be a simple studio apartment. Very friendly and personable hosts truly want everyone to have fun and it definitely shows!
94% Escaped Escaped 47
I absolutely love Stash House, which somehow seems to add up to more than the sum of its parts. I'm a little less thrilled with the production design than some others, as the "apartment" theme isn't all that exciting to me, but the room was ambitious, exciting, and best of all kept everyone busy. Certainly a top 10 room in Los Angeles, if not top 5.