Anyone can own a hotel, and that's a huge problem.
On Gordon Ramsay's new Fox series Hotel Hell (premiering Monday, 8/7c, Fox), the famed chef and restaurateur turns his attention to struggling hotels, motels and bed & breakfasts. And although the various businesses have different difficulties, the crux of the problem usually comes down to the owners. "Because they've got the money, they think that they've got the right to dictate what they should be serving to the public because they've bought the place," Ramsay told reporters on a call.
Gordon Ramsay is expanding beyond cooking and setting his sights on a new makeover target: Hotels. Fox has ordered a new Ramsay series where the reality kingpin will partner with a team of hospitality experts, traveling across the c... Read Post
On Gordon Ramsay‘s new Fox series Hotel Hell, the famous chef turns his attention to struggling hotels, motels, and bed and breakfasts. Much like Kitchen Nightmares, Ramsay attempts to turn around these declining businesses. In part... Read Post
On Gordon Ramsay‘s new Fox series Hotel Hell, the famous chef turns his attention to struggling hotels, motels, and bed and breakfasts. Last week, Ramsay wasn’t able to save the failing Cambridge Hotel from its impending foreclosure... Read Post