Hebe's Cabin (#18) is the cabin that houses the demigod offspring of Hebe, goddess of Youth. It has an unknown number of occupants as the cabin was not constructed until after The Last Olympian and was not mentioned afterwards. The cabin is confirmed through an interactive map of Camp Half-Blood found on Rick Riordan's official website.
The cabin has magic paint that can change the exterior colors just by touching it and has slanted roofs. Inside, there are four main sitting rooms with two built-in cushioned benches that double as beds, in each, and storage space underneath for their clothes, armor, and weapons. There is also built-in, programmable furniture that can be collapsed, moved, and reshaped; with the snap of their fingers, the living area can be turned into a bedroom, gym, dining room, or military command center. There is a dozen preprogrammed interior-decorating schemes. There are also state of the art private bathrooms with large showers. A narrow staircase leans against the back wall that leads up to the lofts with two more twin beds and extra built-in storage underneath the stairs. The loft can also be used as a meeting area, game room, whatever the campers want. The cabin is four modules back-to-back, two on either side, and has four entrances. The cabin also has a slanted roof and high ceilings.
The cabin was constructed after the Second Titan War. Percy Jackson made a wish that the minor gods and their children were respected just as much as the major gods and demigods, on Olympus and at Camp Half-Blood. As a result, all the minor gods were given cabins at Camp Half-Blood, including a cabin for Hebe. It houses all the demigod children of Hebe.
- None are mentioned.
- They are highly sociable.
- They take pride in community service and happiness of others.
- They enjoy parties and feasts.
- They tend to maintain a youthful appearance throughout their lives.
- They are known to be fast healers, they can recover quickly from injuries.
- They are very good at planning social activities and parties.