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Location of Cove Lily Motel in Hoenn.
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Due to the fact that Team MagmaR or Team AquaSE are situated in Lilycove City, the city has become an unpopular tourist destination, so the Cove Lily Motel has become empty. However, once the Team is scared away by the player, the Game Freak staff will come to the second floor after the player beats the Elite Four.
The motel has a very simple layout. The lower level only contains a man watching a TV set. If the player attempts to check the TV, he or she will be shoved away by the man for blocking his view.
In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, there is a kitchen at the top-right corner of the room, though the man prevents the player from entering. If the player uses the Devon Scope on the invisible object in front of the man, it will reveal a Kecleon. The man will notice it and connect it to the food that would mysteriously disappear from the kitchen; he then allows Kecleon to serve as the motel's mascot.
The upper level is deserted until the player has entered the Hall of Fame; however, in Emerald, Scott will be napping at a table. Once the player has entered the Hall of Fame, the upper level contains the Game Freak staff, as it is where they are staying while in Hoenn. Players will find the Graphic Artist, the Programmer, and the Game Designer.
In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, the floor is split into two rooms, the upper room containing a programmer, a game planner, an unnamed staff member of Game Freak and the Game Director. The Game Director walks around the central table and will give the player the Regional Award for completing the Hoenn Pokédex and the National Award for completing the National Pokédex. He will also give the Time Travel Award if the player shows him a Pokémon caught in Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, or Emerald in the lead slot of their party before talking to him. All three Diplomas can be displayed in a player's Secret Base as wall decorations. The lower room contains a graphic designer with a Poochyena and another unnamed staff member of Game Freak.
In the manga
In the Pokémon Adventures manga
In other languages
|Japanese||民宿モナミ Monami Boarding House||Wordplay on ミナモ Minamo (Lilycove)|
|English||Cove Lily Motel||Wordplay on Lilycove|
|French||Hôtel Crique Crack||From crique (cove) and crack. Reference to Nénucrique (Lilycove City).|
|German||Motel Grassee||From Seegras (seaweed). Reference to Seegrasulb (Lilycove City).|
|Italian||Hotel Alga||From alga (seaweed). Reference to Porto Alghepoli (Lilycove City).|
|Spanish||Motel Aguacala||From agua (water) and cala (cove). Reference to Ciudad Calagua (Lilycove City).|
|Korean||안해민박 Anhae Minbak||Wordplay on 해안 Haean (Lilycove)|
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