Six travelers will rotate among the first room on a six-day cycle: a Hiker, a Waiter, a Madame, a Maid, a male Tourist, and a Backpacker (in that order); as the player talks to these travelers on different days (at any hotel), they will gradually open up to the player. A female Tourist who gives out Ribbons will also occupy the second room every Friday.
Mr. Bonding also initially occupies the third room, granting the player the Stealth Power O-Power when spoken to.
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The population of Couriway Town is 21, making it a medium-sized town.
These items can be obtained from the rotating guests appearing at Hotel Couriway, provided the player has met the same guest on three other occasions. These guests can be met at any hotel located outside of Lumiose City.
Serena, along with her rivalsJessie and Nini, entered the town's Showcase Rookie Class eager to win. During the Theme Performance, which consisted of baking Poké Puffs while simultaneously performing a dance routine along with their Pokémon, they all did a good job and were allowed to advance to the second section, the Freestyle Performance.
There, Nini performed alongside her Smoochum, Gothita, and Farfetch'd, while Jessie delivered a performance that left the crowd very impressed along with her Gourgeist and Wobbuffet. For this event, Serena decided it was time for Eevee to make her Showcase debut, and used her along with Braixen. Their performance was going well until Eevee's stage fright got the best of her, causing her to lose her balance. Despite this, they still managed to put it together at the end.
However, this was not enough to make up for their mistake, and when it came time for the audience to vote on the Performer who had performed the best, a majority voted for Jessie, who earned her first Princess Key from Monsieur Pierre as a reward.
After the battle with Professor Sycamore, he mentions that he left something in the town for the player. An inscription can be found on one of the seats on the train station platform. It contains a message which Sycamore wrote, addressed to himself in the future.
"To the person reading this: What are you like now? Did you become who you wanted to be? For starters, what was the person you wanted to become even like? I don't know, but it would be wonderful if you can boast that you're living each day to the fullest. To future Sycamore. From the Sycamore dreaming of the future."
For Couriway Town, this heritage is reflected in the copying of the traditional Alsatian/German country-home architecture, the town's French name ("Mozheim"; -heim being a common Germanic suffix found in Alsatian townnames), the town's Japanese name (renri; "intertwined" / "union"), and the town's slogan ("a town connecting differences").
レンリタウン Renri Town
From renri / 連理 / れんり. "Intertwined branches" or "close relationship between man and woman" / "union."
From courier ("guide for tourists"/"deliverer") and railway, with an double reference towards caraway
From mosaïque, mosaic and -heim (Alsatian city suffix)