Hmmm... I've made myself a rough outline of what New Vrontu looks like. I've also done a similar outline on a "dungeon."
Due to the relatively flat terrain it's situated on, the city is arranged in a sort of grid pattern based on cardinal points. It's a 4x4 of city blocks, roads being between them, and the bottom right block is missing in favor of the spaceport. There are also other extensions on the sides, but the 4x4 is the bulk of it. Way smaller than real-world cities, but bigger than ones in Spore, so I'd say it'd fit the role of a Society Center in Thrive.
Due to Revver's status as both a Cyclorotan Knight and a Uetiko Hunter, he quickly makes his way through security and such at makes it into New Vrontu at large. The streets outside are bustling with activity; the sidewalks are filled with pedestrians of strange and exotic races. Mollusks, insectoids, dinosaurs, and more all going about their daily lives.
The internet results show that the nearest hotel is directly northwest of the spaceport, right at the edge of the block. A good place, given its proximity to the spaceport.
Edit: Your post's gone. I'm assuming a new one's about to pop up.
Revver make his way fine across the road. Aside from the civilian land vehicles he "drives" past, he also goes under flying and hovering vehicles in the city's second transport layer; the air. The little trip goes without incident. A few Cyclotrans here and there look on in reverence, recognizing his status, but the rest of the pedestrians are indifferent beyond a brief glance and a thought.
He finally arrives at the Nova Hotel. Patrons are either sitting at tables, conversing and using devices for news and entertainment, or walking, crawling, and flying around. A single Cyclotran at a vending machine stops what he is doing and stares.
The front desk attendant, an Escgra, a gray slug with purple stripes and eight tentacles along its side, greets you. "Hello. Are you here to check in?"
The Cyclorotan gasps in a "Senpai noticed me!" sort of way, to the confusion of the blue-feathered Oviraptor called a Kanguusti standing next to him.
The Escgra brings up a holo-screen and waves its upper tentacles around, bringing up available rooms. "The most recently cleaned room is a 3rd floor aquarium (the center of the building is a huge aquarium) room. Is that alright?"
The Escgra giggles. "Don't worry. The aquarium rooms are on the outside of the central aquarium." It hands Revver a metal rectangle, which pulls apart to show a room information hologram. "Your room is 311, to the right of the elevator shaft," it says, jerking backward, where the two paths to the sides of the wall lead. There must be an elevator there.
Revver drives over to an empty table and places his pack on top. He pulls out his copy of Hot Wheels Magazine, takes the pen, and signs the cover. He rolls up the magazine and wheels himself over to the vending machine Cyclorotan and places the rolled up magazine in his hands with a wink and drives off into the direction of the elevator, thanking the Escgra once again for its service.
Note: Yeah. I had no idea that a gritty roleplay about hunting scary monsters would start out with lighthearted innuendos, by my own hand at that. Eh, whatever, it's fun.
The room has the same wall pattern as the hallway. Immediately to the left is a close wall and door for the bathroom (with three different toilets based on body styles along with the shower). A little further in is a larger section, square-shaped. There's a couch to the right, a long metal device for holo-TV to the left, and an adjustable coffee table in between.
To the left, then another left is a small kitchen, while straight left is the bedroom, with one bed along with two parallel, slideable cloth bars to hold on to for creatures that can't lay down.
In both the living and bed rooms, the back has a window of pressure-resistant glass showing the aquarium. All sorts of fish, invertebrates, and marine reptiles and mammals are roaming about. Right now, a vivid-colored sea slug is climbing the living room window. Both rooms have curtains for the windows.
Revver makes himself comfortable and turns on the holo-TV to the New Vrontu News. He wheels himself into the kitchen and begins making some coffee while listening to the TV. He takes occasional glances at the slug.
The coffee machine wurrs softly as the slug crawls. A red ichthyosaur-like creature swims by, its three eyes on its right side looking into the room.
"And now for today's headlines!" A female Skiski (look like large-eared chinchillas with orange fur) is talking onscreen.
"There is still much controversy surrounding the city's decision to indefinitely close down the Aligison Corp. vehicle assembly plant after a worker went missing." The view shifts to an aerial view of the factory itself, not too run-down looking. At the same time, it is visibly inactive.
"Although the employees are concerned about a potential loss of employment, most agree that a Uetiko living there is a definite hazard. For many citizens, however, most of law enforcement's response has been too much talk and not enough action, particularly in the Cyclorotan community, the massacre of many of their best knights by Uetikoes on this planet still fresh in their minds."
Edit: Fixed inaccuracy regarding where the Knights were killed.
Upon hearing "Uetiko" Revver's attention is snapped away from the aquarium and onto the telivision. Revver wheels himself (coffee in hand) to the holo-TV, eyes locked on the screen. He felt his throat tighten at the mention of his failure.
His sadness turned into disappointment when he heard about the lack in Cyclorotan assistance with the Uetiko problem. He was disappointed but he knew why: The triarchy would never waste their resources and money on lost cause. Why send more troops when not even the best could handle the situation? They did not care about the rest of the galaxy, only themselves. And this frustrated him to no end and drove him to abandon is world and join the Intergalactic Peace Corps to continue fighting against the Uetikoes when no other Cyclorotan would.
He did a few searches on his helmet. Namely, information about the missing employee (name, description, last known whereabouts), and the location of the Aligison Corporation.
He pulled out the pen and attempted to draw on the news-anchor's face with the pen he recieved earlier. He chuckled at his own wit.
He decided he would investigate tomorrow. He drank his coffee and went to the bed. He stared at the sea slug until he went to sleep.
Note: Updated Cyclorotan information a smidge if you wanna check.
The factory stood vigil in New Vrontu Industrial, west of the spaceport. It was a cold, firm reminder of the Uetikoes' hold on the city. A few rolls of police tape garbed the area, but, given that this was not the only Uetiko lair, it was all the police force could scrape up.
The interior, normally lit by ceiling lights, was pitch black. The air was cold and stale without the air vets and heating system. Machinery stood unused, shells of vehicles lay unfinished.
The factory had only seen one new thing; bloody claw marks on the outer walls, here and there, a territorial threat display inherent to a Uetiko.
Note: Eh, just what the factory looks like. Particularly to passerby, in the case of the bloody claw marks. Presumably, it's still evening/night whatever.
The city has a triangular metro system; Alpha to the west, Omega to the east, and Beta to the south. Beta is closest to the hotel, and taking a subway train to Alpha would take one to the fringes of New Vrontu industrial.