The Serevena Hotel is a location featured in The Last of Us Part II. It is a hotel in Seattle that was used as an outpost for the Washington Liberation Front (WLF) until the soldiers stationed there were killed by Tommy Miller.
At some point during the war against the Seraphites, the WLF converted the hotel in to an outpost to monitor trespassers sneaking into the city through the disused wall. After Nick returned from his group's hunt to kill Joel Miller in Jackson County, he was stationed there in April, 2038.
Events of The Last of Us Part II
Tommy Miller encountered the WLF soldiers stationed at the hotel. He killed all but two of them, notably Nick, and tortured them for information in one of the hotel rooms. After they gave him the code for the gate blocking his advancement into the city, he killed them.
Later, Ellie and Dina located the hotel, with Runners now roaming the lobby. After eliminating them Ellie and Dina then investigated the upstairs rooms, eventually coming across two more dead WLF soldiers. Ellie immediately recognized one of them as Nick. They located the code Tommy had gained on the floor and used that to also enter the city.
|California||Santa Barbara (2425 Constance, Rattler dome) · Catalina Island|
|Colorado||Denver (Denver Q.Z.) · University of Eastern Colorado · Colorado Mountain Plaza · Silver Lake (Whitefish Lake)|
|Connecticut||Hartford (Hartford Q.Z.)|
|Georgia||Atlanta (Atlanta Q.Z.)|
|Massachusetts||Boston (Boston Q.Z. · Raja's Arcade · Liberty Gardens) · Lincoln (Lincoln High School)|
|Pennsylvania||Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh Q.Z. · The Hotel Grand · Spenzür Architecture)|
|Texas||Austin (Miller Residence)|
|Utah||Salt Lake City (Salt Lake City Q.Z. · St. Mary's Hospital)|
|Washington||Seattle (Serevena Hotel · Eastbrook Elementary · KMAB 13 News Station · Pinnacle Theater · Lakehill Seattle Hospital · SoundView Stadium · Seattle Waterfront Aquarium · Hotel Blacray · Forward Operating Base · Seraphite Island)|
|Wyoming||Jackson County (Hidden Pines Corral · Joel's house · Ellie's house · Jackson Cemetery · Ellie and Dina's farm · The Baldwin Mansion · Wyoming Museum of Science and History)|