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Hotel Hell 2 Seasons

Season 1
4.4 out of 5 stars (48) IMDb 6.9/10

After more than a decade of running restaurants in some of the world's top hotels, Gordon Ramsay knows firsthand how important it is to surpass guests' highest expectations. In Hotel Hell, Ramsay will travel around America to fix horrid hotels, awful inns and just plain bad bed and breakfasts.

Starring:
Gordon Ramsay, Robert Dean II

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Season 1

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1. Juniper Hill Inn, Part 1

Gordon Ramsay checks in to some of America's worst hotels.

TV-14 August 13, 2012 43 minutes

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2. Juniper Hill Inn, Part 2

Gordon Ramsay checks in and may check out on part two.

TV-14 August 14, 2012 43 minutes

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3. Cambridge Hotel

Gordon Ramsay checks into a haunted hotel.

TV-14 August 20, 2012 43 minutes

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4. Keating Hotel

Gordon Ramsay tries to save a landmark San Diego hotel.

TV-14 August 27, 2012 43 minutes

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5. River Rock Inn

A run-down Pennsylvania hotel needs to be cleaned of dead bugs and stained bedspreads.

TV-14 September 3, 2012 43 minutes

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6. The Roosevelt

Ramsay checks into the Roosevelt Hotel, a converted 16-bedroom schoolhouse, in Coeur D'Alene, ID, where the owner is more interested in dressing up like Sherlock Holmes for murder mystery nights than he is in updating the hotel's musty décor.

TV-14 September 3, 2012 43 minutes

Product Details

Genres Reality TV
Director Jay Hunter
Starring Gordon Ramsay, Robert Dean II
Supporting actors Ari Nikki, Giulian Jones, Barbara Walker, Ryan Rediker, Sara Maurer, Lyda Lemire
Network FOX
Producers Ben Adler, Jonathan Chinn, Ethan Cohan, Sheila Conlin, Jay Hunter, Patricia Llewellyn, Hayden T. Mauk, D. Max Poris, Caitlin Rademaekers, Gordon Ramsay, Adeline Ramage Rooney, Ryan Simpkins, Angie Thomas, Philippa Wells
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Hotel Hell has become my new favorite show, and it is my favorite Ramsay show. I have watched all of his shows, and love them all. Great Show.
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This show is entertaining and amusing; if you've watched and enjoyed Kitchen Nightmares (UK) vs. Hell's Kitchen, you'll like this, it's set up almost identically. Ramsay is much more toned down and less over-the-top in KN and this show than in Hell's Kitchen. If Hell's Kitchen been your only experience with Ramsay, where I find him insufferable and unwatchable, this is different. There he's just a big insulting jerk, and there are enough of those out there in the world: I don't want to watch them on TV in my spare time....

In this show he's still blunt and curses a bit which is just how he speaks, but here it's entertaining and pretty hilarious at times; he also really wants to help the hotel owners succeed, and you can learn a bit about the business, one reason I also loved KN. I do wish he would go back to the hotels months later to see if his advice has been followed and to see what happened like he does in KN; would make it even more interesting.
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There is something about watching stupid or pompous people getting their behinds served to them. I know it is perverted but I really do love it and Ramsey is a pro!
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My husband and I watched the first part of this on TV but something came up and we missed the 2nd part. Rarely do we care enough about TV to chase down an episode but we had to see the ending. We love Gordon. He really, really put these snotty owners in their place! What makes people think they can run a business they know nothing about?

As rough as Gordon was on these guys by the end he had really gotten through to them and had them straightened out. If you like watching Gordon in action don't miss the 1st and 2nd part of this show.
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If you are like me and my girlfriend, you think Gordon Ramsey is awesome. This show is just as good as Kitchen Nightmares, and I think a little better. Less drama, more of the actual process of improving a hotel, and not many people calling Gordon 'Chef'.
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I guess it was ok. I was disappointed because I thought this was Gordon Ramsay fixing hotel food but no it's the hotel itself. Hmm? Thought he was a chef not a hotel expert. But whatever, you still get the Ramsay attitude!
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If you are familiar with Ramsay and his different works, then this will be somewhat familiar to you. Think kitchen nightmares, but with Hotel's. He goes in, meets the owner/owners and then he tests everything you would want from a Hotel from the customer's point of view. He then chats with staff, people in the town, former and current customers, and then the owners. He then does what he can in a week to turn it around, but mostly just give them, the owners the tools and the direction they need to dig themselves out of the hole they are in. The only thing I would change would be have Gordon go into some of these Hotel's before they are in so far over their head they cant get out no matter what. I would like to see Gordon go in to a place that is in trouble, but with the tools he has left them with, they have a better than average chance of staying open. Then go back and see how they did. Other than that, if you like Ramsay, which i do, then you will like this show to. In my humble opinion that is. He is not quite as rough or nasty as he is in kitchen nightmares. I think that might be because one is food, which is dear to his heart, and the other is a place to stay. He is passionate in what ever he does that is just obvious. It must have been a test season or series. There were not more than six to eight episodes. So I would say certainly buy them and watch. I have seen just about everything he has done. I'm a big fan and i enjoyed it very much...

Michael Cifelli
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For anyone unfamiliar with the service industry, it goes like this:

- Bars: very hard, with theft and service issues and inevitable licensing problems with DUIs, etc.
- Restaurants: almost impossible, with all of the bar problems and added food quality and profitability challenges.
- Hotels: insanely and stupidly unworkable, since they combine the previous two but with a 24/7 attention to minutiae and even worse returns.

This show attempts to translate Kitchen Nightmares into hotels but doesn't really work. They redecorate a single room, focus too much on the catering angle and try to boil down the Sinking Owner of The Week into two or three major issues. It doesn't come across as very genuine at all and looks way more over-produced than the restaurant reality shows. It's also pretty dull by comparison.
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