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However, it is set to air on August 13 and this time looks like it will be for real. We got an email from FOX publicity about the fiery chef's hotel fix-it show that will actually have a two-night series premiere. The first ep will air on Monday, August 13 on FOX at 8pm followed by a second ep on Tuesday at the same time. The show will then air the next several episodes every Monday night at 8pm.
Given the description of the show, it's clear to us that Hotel Hell will be entirely similar to Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares. If you've not watched that show before, it could very well put you off on ever eating out at a restaurant again. We sincerely hope this show doesn't ruin hotels for us now.
Gordon Ramsay with the owner of the Keating Hotel in San Diego, soon to be featured on "Hotel Hell".
UPDATE 6.22.12: The show is now airing AUGUST 13. Stay tuned!
It's not listed on Fox's website and a Google News search only pulls up results from earlier this year. However, looking at The Hollywood Reporter archives, we've learned that Hotel Hell will now air on June 4 from 8-9pm.
It will actually be the Summer of Gordon on Fox as his two other shows, Hell's Kitchen and Master Chef will also air this summer. In fact, Hell's Kitchen will air directly after Hotel Hell. Oh boy. We are going to need something to coat our stomachs in order to withstand all of Ramsay's yelling. Anyways, HotelChatter's viewing party is now set for June 4. See you there?
Got any scoop on where Hotel Hell is filming? Let us know!
We can smell it--April is going to be a good month for hotel geeks. Not only is the hotel fixer show, Hotel Impossible airing on the Travel Channel starting April 9, but now we've learned that master chef Gordon Ramsay's own hotel fixer show, called Hotel Hell will be airing just a few days before that on April 6 at 8pm on Fox.
FutonCritic.com has the scoop:
In HOTEL HELL premiering Friday, April 6 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT), Ramsay will travel across the country to fix horrid hotels, awful inns and just plain bad bed and breakfasts. To come to grips with the problems, Ramsay will endure hotels at their worst - from filthy bedrooms and mold-ridden bathrooms to dreadful room service and incompetent staff - all so you don't have to. After he has uncovered the issues, Ramsay will put the hotel owners and employees to work as he attempts to turn around these failing establishments. With reputations on the line, one thing is certain: if they can't meet Ramsay's high standards, they will never check out of HOTEL HELL.
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Yep, it's that bad
After discovering late last month that The Keating Hotel in San Francisco will be one of the hotels
featured ripped apart by Gordon Ramsay on Hotel Hell, we've been dying to know which other towns across the country will be getting visits from his spiky-haired highness.
Now, we can add Milford, Pennsylvania to the list. The New Jersey Herald is reporting that Ramsay will be making over the River Rock Inn, a B&B housed in a 10-bedroom Victorian-style house built in 1876.
According to the hotel's Facebook page, producers for the show have taken over all bookings, and have so far received over 1500 reservation requests, from (we're guessing) hotel geeks trying to get front row seats of Ramsay working his magic. And judging from the pictures, this place really does need some magic. Or a sledgehammer.
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The other day when we heard that chef Gordon Ramsay stayed at the Hard Rock San Diego while filming episodes for his new reality show, Hotel Hell, we were dying to know which hotels or B&Bs he was tasked with making over. As it turns out, we didn't have to wait too long to find out.
Ramsay was working his magic at The Keating Hotel on F Street. The hotel has only been open for about four years but the slick Italian Pininfarina interiors (the same designers behind Maserati and Ferrari) received so-so reviews from the LA Times as well as one of our own HotelChatter Mavens, Mari, who could hardly sleep thanks to all the nightclub noise next door.
Enter Chef Ramsay.
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Well, well, well, it looks like we know where the first episode of Gordon Ramsay's Hotel Hell reality show will be taking place--San Diego. And how do we know this? Because chef has apparently been shacking up at the Hard Rock San Diego during filming.
Sources tell us that Ramsay spent five days at the hotel in a Multi-Platinum Rock Star Suite, a massive guestroom that measures over 900 sq.ft. and which includes a king bed; 42" flat screen TV; a living room with table seating for six; an oversized minibar with sink; an additional half-bath; VIP services at the hotel such as check-in, use of the green room and any other request you may have; and lastly an outdoor terrace.
While we might be content to just lounge around in this suite, Gordon also checked out the hotel's rock spa for a deep tissue massage and even drank coffee with the hotel staff at Maryjane's diner, just off the lobby.
So yesterday we were a little skeptical about Gordon Ramsay telling hotels and B&Bs and inns how to run their business but nevertheless, Hotel Hell is definitely happening and you could be on it.
We got this letter from a casting agency and figured since that many of your dear readers are in the hotel biz, some of you might actually be interested in this. Here's the complete casting notice:
Are you a HOTEL, MOTEL OR B&B OWNER desperate to get your struggling business back on track? Are you finding it tough to attract customers? Are your management and/or marketing skills outdated? Are you desperate for help from industry experts? Executive Producer GORDON RAMSAY is bringing a brand new TV show to FOX that aims to HELP turn around the fortunes of dedicated and determined hospitality industry owners.
Call or Email for information: (310) 313-9100. HotelHell@TheConlinCompany.com