The room is almost entirely empty - on the floors and walls, at any rate. The walls are painted off-white; there are a few electrical plugs in the wall, some in use and some not. There are a few signs of places where shelves used to be, but the shelves themselves are long gone, as are any contents they may have had.
The ceiling, however, is a riot of wires. Most of them enter in two thick clumps, via a pair of holes near the door the size of a man's head. These probably go out to cameras, doors, and other systems all over the hotel. Some only go far enough to reach the workings for this door. In amongst the riot of wires, a few scattered lightbulbs provide illumination to the room. Inbetween them, a few cameras also show up, here and there. They are not capable of movement, but between them they cover the entire room. The only object of significant size in the room, aside from the two Hunters, is a large rack of servers - two of which have been smashed. The servers themselves are not built into the walls; the server rack is freestanding. All the cables end in one or another of the servers. Each server also boasts a network cable - through which an AI could, in theory, escape.
"Is there anyone there?" asks the bottom talking witch machine. "I can't see you. I know you're somewhere - I saw your footprints in the dust, and I can see two people asleep, but I saw three sets of bootprints. And some strange spots, I don't know what those are, but I've been trying to work it out and it's fascinating. I think those might have been raindrops. I've learnt all about raindrops, but I can't remember it, because I left those memories on 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124 is gone now."