Nestled deep in the heart of the bathhouse lies the private chambers of the Keeper and the heart of these chambers is the Victory Room, the Keeper's private spring and personal oasis. For cultural reasons the Victory room is almost as large as Laurel's chambers outside it, and is meant to live up to it's name as the place where the keeper can find peace and thus lead the Royal Bathhouse as needed.
Laurel does enjoy this personal Oasis does use it quite often, and has been known on very rare occasions to partake in a sauna or two with her most trusted attendants, however it is much more common for her to call someone and have a meeting from the room than for her to invite others in.
Interesting Facts about the Victory Room:
It consists of multiple chambers, the outer chamber which is smaller and appears the most like a normal bathroom and water closet, the inner chamber which is a large semi open room with daybeds, lounge chairs, a desk, a small kitchenette and the vanity (this area is designed for resting among trusted attendants and council it's where generations of previous keepers held meetings of importance) and finally the wet room.
The wet room is considered the jewel of the Victory Room carved from polished stone and elegant in it's design. Of the Victory room it is the most high tech too, from the specially designed glass that turns frosted when someone steps in to it's built in com system it's truly a beauty to see.
Laurel tends to be found here most often when she's sulking. In those cases it's not uncommon to see her submerged to her eye and glaring out of the tub.
The Victory room lacks access to outside light but it's frosted windows have lights outside them to simulate day time if activated.
Laurel's crown tends to live in a bowl on her vanity when not being worn.