Can fashion model Kelly, street cleaner Bruce, personal trainer Joey, Scottish dancer Paddy, eco geek Finella and sustainable architect Richard find love? And how should you greet a lady in France?
Sheila, who's 81, believes that life begins at 80. Eddie's a 'man's man' but talking to women turns him into a sweaty wreck. And can bank analyst Poppy find a man who'll see past her wheelchair?
A summer storm hits the hotel, but will lightning strike for blonde bombshell Bella and well-to-do Tom? And will Basement Jaxx singer Sharlene meet a man to share the spotlight with her?
Adam and Dean from Manchester check in for dates with best friends Kate and Charlotte. And can Peter - who has deaf parents and didn't learn to talk until he was seven - speak the language of love?
Stand-up comedian Louise is known for her potty mouth but her love life's in the toilet. Can Gemma, who once danced with Prince William, find her Prince Charming? And electrician Eddie's back.
Handsome devout Christian Jordan survived a brain tumour at 24 and is ready to grab life and love with both hands. Meanwhile, comedian Louise returns to the hotel for a second date.
Nursery worker Kaylee meets tall, handsome Charlie by the pool. But she's supposed to be on a date with bricklayer Keiren and he's meant to be meeting model Jada.
Fitness fanatic Bernard, who's 87, meets ballroom dancing grandma Ruth. And the love triangle is resolved: does single mum Kaylee have a chance with cheeky Charlie after his date with model Jada?
'Daddy cool' Darill and single mum Millie seem well matched, but there are some things you shouldn't say on a date... And retired psychic Marie's ideal man is someone no one could have predicted.
Pansexual bingo caller Nick and Harry Potter fan Lewis realise that they have a lot in common. Sharon and Andy go for an impromptu moonlit ghost hunt. And a previously unsuccessful dater returns.
Fashionista Sara and DJ Jo often attract younger men but they're looking for something more meaningful. Youth worker Tom's luggage went missing, so he has to borrow a date outfit from Sam the waiter.
Is bearded carpenter Luke the gentle giant that glamorous policewoman Emma's looking for? The drink flows at Andrew and David's table and Chloe and Jem recreate the Lady and the Tramp spag bol moment.
Can property mogul Michelle scratch beneath the surface of enigmatic smooth-talking high-society bachelor Rudy? And is London ladette Lauren the right match for 6' 4" bearded market trader Patrick?
The Lauren and Pat drama continues as Lauren tries to win Pat's heart. And dapper Essex farmer George seeks a lady - will agricultural surveyor Louise be his muddy match?
First Dates waitress Laura gives an unhappy couple a shoulder to cry on. And are Spurs fan Ryland and West Ham-supporting Amanda a match made in heaven?
Sharon - who wears her heart on her sleeve - meets Kenny, but he isn't giving much away. And can First Dates Hotel assistant manager Francesca teach plucky mummy's boy Ash to be a Casanova?
Mark - the former Dean of Rochester - is new to the world of gay dating. Can Balwant be his guiding light? Meanwhile, red-haired beauty Georgie is looking for a 'hot nerd'.
Perfumer Perry turns heads in his gold lamé trunks before a date with art dealer Naveed. Builder Richard meets primary school-teacher and former model Carly.
Hopeful singletons include a radio station manager with a secret past, a cruise ship dancer, and a student Romeo who falls for the wrong Juliet
Among the guests is 83-year-old Dorit, a former international jazz singer, who's seeking a 'grey-haired stud'. Plus: the resolution to the previous episode's love triangle.
Single mum and hairdresser Amie has a heaven-sent date with Jesus lookalike Kurt, restaurant salesman Matt hopes to seal a deal with romance, and part-time actor Simon seeks his leading man
Blue heart-throb and actor Duncan James entrusts Fred Sirieix with his first-ever public date as an out gay man. And single mum Jessica meets sweet-natured ex-soldier Dean.
Ulrika Jonsson seeks a man to make her laugh; Towie's Pete Wicks tries to shake his bad-boy reputation; TV presenter AJ Odudu arrives, nursing a broken heart; and there's a follow-up with Duncan James
First Dates Hotel opens its doors for more summer dating. Cornish Clare has long red hair and seeks a dance and some sunny romance. Her date is Dick, who runs a pasty business in Plymouth.
While Georgia and Rachael have mixed experiences on their dates, sparks fly for black-cab driver Josie and plumber Martin, who go all-out with the flirting and banter
Stacey wants a break from bad boys. Is Paul, who sells penile implants, the one for her? And can five-foot-four Reece get over the dating stumbling block of his modest stature?
Make-up artist Kiera hopes her hilariously bad luck in love is over as she meets Essex builder Jack. Online relationship guru Breeny thinks it's time to find a man for herself.
Chef James dates an actor seeking his leading man. Hayley fancies meeting a bloke who's a bit of a 'viking'. And boyband Blue's Duncan James gets his mum Fiona to check in at the hotel.
At the end of another summer of love, Fred and the team are determined to go out on a high as cat-lover Zoe dates Joseph and James meets six-foot-six Max from Oxford
This special epsiode reveals what some of the daters are up to now - from chicken farmer Griff to Perry in his gold lamé trunks, and London ladette Lauren - and looks back at memorable moments