Four Puffles Hotel

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Four Puffles Hotel
Type Public
Industry Lodging
Founded 2005
Founder(s) Penghis Khan
Headquarters Ulaansnowtar, United States of Antarctica
Area served Worldwide
Key people Penghis Khan
Employees 40,000

Four Puffles Hotel is a major luxury hotel chain, and is considered one of the most famous hotel chains in Antarctica, which was formed by Penghis Khan and his servants, to the surprise of many, later sold to his servants. It has a hotel in almost every country around Antarctica, along with some countries having more than one hotel, including the UPR.


The Former Four Puffles Hotel Logo.

When Penghis Khan needed somewhere to sleep during the five day debate in the South Pole Council in 2005, he ordered his servants to build a hotel called the Four Puffles, as he didn't like the existing hotels in South Pole City. The hotel has built the way that Penghis Khan ordered, along with some suggestions from the architects he hired. The original Four Puffles Hotel was completed the year after, and became a popular hotel in South Pole City. As more and more began to stay at the original Four Puffles Hotel, more were built across Antarctica, and the company has remained popular.

Another Former Four Puffles logo.


Eastshield, USA[edit]

Trans-Antarctica, USA[edit]

West Pengolia, USA[edit]

  • Penghis Khan Four Puffles (Ulaansnowtar)
  • Penghis Khan Hates Mabel Four Puffles (Ulaansnowtar Outskirts)
  • Penghis Khan Wants You To Stay In This Hotel Hotel (Ulaansnowtar Outskirts)
  • Penghis Khan Is No Good Hotel (Ulaansnowtar Outskirts)

Antarctic Peninsula, USA[edit]

Sub-Antarctic, USA[edit]

Weddell, USA[edit]

  • Four Puffles Shield Hotel (Shield City)
  • Four Puffles Chill Hotel (Beach Town)
  • Four Puffles Turtles' Inn (Turtle Atoll)

Free Republics of USA[edit]


United Provinces[edit]


  • There is always a portrait of Penghis Khan on every floor.
  • This is an obvious parody to a hotel in reality. Answer here!
  • The hotel in Snowville was closed in 2011.

See Also[edit]