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The Mesa Hub is a vast, self-contained embedded operations and hospitality complex for Westworld, containing everything from office spaces to executive living quarters, host manufacturing facilities, and the control room.
The hub is built inside of a large mesa and extends deep underground (a relative term, since a mesa by definition rises above its surrounding plain), and comprises more than a dozen functional areas, each occupying one or more levels.
The hub also serves as the central arrival point for Westworld guests. All guests arrive at the underground monorail terminal level in Mesa Hub before entering the park.
Mesa Gold, an upscale lounge, sits atop the complex for use by guests outside of their park stays. Mesa Gold is also used as a venue for Delos corporate gatherings. Since the lounge's external architecture is visible above ground, the park world's hosts have likely been programmed to disregard it cognitively.
Advanced Hub Map
- See also: Mesa Hub located within Westworld.
Mesa Hub Animated Map
Mesa Hub Levels
Based on the animated map above, Mesa Hub appears to occupy over 50 underground levels, assigned upper to lower as follows:
|Function||Number of levels (approximate)|
|Mesa Gold:||4 (presumably kitchen, housekeeping and maintenance on levels 2-4)|
|Executive living quarters:||2|
|Unlabeled area:||(possible electrical, environmental, plumbing infrastructure)|
|Unlabeled area:||(possible computing infrastructure)|
|Narrative & design:||3|
|Unlabeled area:||(possible monorail control infrastructure)|
|Arrivals, monorail terminal:||3 or 4 levels tall|
|Unlabeled area:||(possible old infrastructure)|
|Old disused facilities:||6|
|Cold storage:||5 (may include refrigeration infrastructure)|
Areas of Mesa Hub
Promotional images via Discover Westworld Website
Known Westworld Staff at Mesa Hub
- Dr. Robert Ford - Park Director and co-creator
- Bernard Lowe - Head of the Behavior Division, and a programming specialist
- Theresa Cullen - Head of the Quality Assurance Division
- Elsie Hughes - Behavior Technician
- Ashley Stubbs - Security Chief in Quality Assurance
- Lee Sizemore - Head of the Narrative Division
- Arnold Weber - Co-creator of Westworld and its hosts (now deceased).
- Angela - Greeter for the newly arrived guests (a host)
- Felix Lutz - Body Shop Technician in Livestock Management
- Sylvester - Body Shop Technician in Livestock Management
- Destin - Body Shop Technician in Livestock Management
- Gitlitz- Body Shop Technician in Livestock Management (Deceased)
- Jacobson - Secuirty Guard at the Sector 19 Remote Refurbishment Facility
- Phil - Body Shop Technician at the Sector 19 Remote Refurbishment Facility