The 'MasterChef' judge will host the new reality show that features him enduring hotels at their worst in order to fix these failing establishments.
Gordon Ramsay may be best known for his cooking skill, but he also knows what guests expect when staying in hotels. The "Hell's Kitchen" host is set to headline "Hotel Hell" and shares three things he hates about hotels in a new promo for the show.
The British chef admits he will be irritated at shortage of pillows, insufficient power in shower and terrible towels. He goes on mentioning three things that he looks forward to in hotels, which are comfy bed, great room service and working televisions, and reveals that he loves waking up in room with fresh air.
To kick off with a two-night premiere event on Monday, August 13 and Tuesday, August 14 at 8 P.M. on FOX, "Hotel Hell" follows Ramsay on a quest to fix horrid hotels, awful inns and just plain bad bed and breakfasts.
The first hotel to be featured is Juniper Hill Inn in Windsor, VT., which is described as "a place that looks like a million dollars, but smells of raw sewage." According to the official synopsis, "he meets the inn's wealthy and arrogant owner, Robert Dean II, and witnesses Dean's inexcusable treatment of his staff. Gordon quickly concludes that it may take a miracle to save the inn."