Ramsay's Hotel Hell
About the Show
Gordon Ramsay travels across the USA visiting struggling hotels, motels and bed & breakfasts, attempting to fix their problems and turn the troubled establishments around
Series 2 Summary
Gordon Ramsay returns to the USA for a second series in which he attempts to improve the fortunes of struggling hotels, motels and bed & breakfasts.
Episode 1 - Meson de Mesilla
Gordon visits a struggling Tuscan-style hotel in New Mexico. Former child-star Cali Szczawinski bought the hotel so that she could perform Cher songs every night to a captive audience.
Episode 2 - The Monticello Hotel
Gordon Ramsay checks in to the struggling Monticello Hotel in Longview, Washington. Can he keep the doors to this 90-year-old establishment open and save 50 staff jobs, or is he too late?
Episode 3 - Applegate River Lodge
Gordon heads to Applegate, Oregon, to try to rescue the Applegate River Lodge, which is around a million dollars in debt
Episode 4 - Hotel Chester
Gordon Ramsay visits Starkville, Mississippi, to rescue the failing Hotel Chester. Its owner has 40 years' experience in the hotel business but struggles to make his own establishment work.
Episode 5 - Four Seasons Inn
Gordon heads to West Dover in Vermont to save the Four Seasons Inn, a struggling, dog-friendly hotel run like a hostel by its owner, with unpaid staff staying in the rooms instead of paying guests
Episode 6 - Murphy's Historic Hotel
Gordon Ramsay checks in to Murphy's Historic Hotel near Sacramento in northern California, where owners Brian, Kevin and Joel are distracted from business by the party going on in the rowdy bar
Episode 7 - Curtis House Inn
Gordon visits Connecticut's oldest inn, the Curtis House in Woodbury, which is run by brother and sister Chris and TJ, who no longer speak to each other, leaving staff and guests stuck in the middle
Episode 8 - Historic Calumet Inn
Gordon Ramsay heads to the struggling Historic Calumet Inn in Pipestone, Minnesota, where staff are working at full stretch and are on the brink of revolt, while guests are expressing dissatisfaction