Delos is the name of the theme park in 1973's Westworld and 1976's Futureworld. Similar to Disneyland or smaller theme parks, it initially contains three "worlds" or "resorts" (smaller parks): Medieval World, Roman World and Westworld.
Delos shuts down after the "turmoil" in Westworld. Chuck Browning spins the malfunction and disaster as being contained only with in Westworld. After two years and an expenditure of $1.5 billion, Delos reopens, minus Westworld, but with the addition of two new worlds: Spa World and Futureworld, having replaced "every circuit, every program, every robot."
Delos requires travel by hovercraft over what appears to be a vast desert to reach its facilities.
As seen from maps in Westworld, and from the chase scene, all Delos Parks are within walking (possibly extended) distance of each other. Park employees use golf carts and delivery vans to travel throughout the parks.
Resorts within the Park
In the Westworld film:
In the Futureworld film:
The Delos Logo appears similar to a Yin-Yang symbol. However, a Yin-Yang symbol has two parts and is colored black and white, while the Delos logo has three parts, and is colored red (representing Medieval World), yellow (representing Roman World), and blue (representing Westworld). This is overlaid with a white, three-pronged equilateral symbol. Sometimes, this logo is encircled by the park's logo and tagline.
The Vacation of the Future, Today!
Boy, have we got a vacation for you!
The most unique resort in the history of the world!
- $1,000 per day in the Westworld film
- $1,200 per day in the Futureworld film
$1.5 billion was spent to rebuild every aspect of the Delos park after the events of Westworld (during the intervening two years before the reopening of Delos).
Delos may also be the name of the company that owns/controls the theme park, but this is not made clear in the films.
- Ed Ramsey
- (Many) Unnamed Workmen
- (Many) Unnamed Technicians
- (Multiple) Unnamed Supervisors
- Unnamed Chief Supervisor
- Employee 1
- Employee 2