Alameda Room

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Alameda Room
Illustration of the Alameda Room article

Location type Room
Geographical situation
Galaxy Milky Way
Planet Earth
Continent North America
Country USA
State California
City Los Angeles
Localization Park Plaza Hotel
Informations non linked to the Stargate universe
First appearance Stargate

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The Alameda Room is one among the available rooms in the Park Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles.

Overview[edit]

This room is used for meetings or symposiums, and can receives many guests.

Evolution[edit]

Stargate (1995)[edit]

One day in 1995, Doctor Daniel Jackson is leading a symposium on Ancient Egypt, talking about the Old Kingdom and the Fourth Dynasty. Here, when he states that the Pharaohs did not build the Great Pyramids, he is mocked by the audience and all of them leave the room, laughing at him. Soon after, Jackson leaves the hotel under a heavy rain with only two suitcases.

Behind the scene[edit]

  • The Alameda Room is actually the Park Plaza Hotel Grand Ballroom.[1]

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