History Series / HotelHell

25th Jul '16 3:22:16 PM res20stupid
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** Karan, the manager of Towns Inn. She not only keeps her own personal belongings and clothing locked in closets in the guests' bedrooms and doesn't see a problem with this, painting over rotting dry wall, frustrating her employees who have to cook with old and outdated equipment and reheated food ([[OnlySaneMan to the eternal frustration of the Head Chef]]) and sees absolutely no problem with this.
23rd Jul '16 3:37:58 PM Ilshan
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** Sandi from The Four Seasons Inn started the episode looking tired, with an unkept beard and a chef coat. By the end of the episode he started to embrace his position as Inn keeper, shaved and started wearing appropiated suits.

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** Sandi Sandy from The Four Seasons Inn started the episode looking tired, with an unkept unkempt beard and a chef coat. By the end of the episode he started to embrace his position as Inn keeper, shaved and started wearing appropiated suits.appropriate suits.
** Averted at the Beachfront Inn. The night before the hotel is relaunched, Gordon tells Brian the lackadaisical owner to show up the next day in clothes befitting his position. [[WhatAnIdiot Brian shows up in a polo shirt and cargo shorts.]] Gordon refuses to even speak to him until he's gone back home and changed.
21st Jul '16 9:29:07 PM Mochitachan
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An American reality television show that first aired on {{FOX}} on August 13, 2012. Following a format similar to ''Series/KitchenNightmares'', the show follows Gordon Ramsay as he visits hotels in dire need of assistance.

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An American reality television show that first aired on {{FOX}} on August 13, 2012. Following a format similar to ''Series/KitchenNightmares'', the show follows Gordon Ramsay Creator/GordonRamsay as he visits hotels in dire need of assistance.
21st Jul '16 9:24:50 PM Mochitachan
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* {{Fratbro}}: The Murphy's Hotel was purchased by three friends who only party and drink every night. Gordon gets exasperated when he is told that the three are ''co-owners'' and nobody takes charge of main management.
21st Jul '16 8:46:49 PM Mochitachan
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** Siblings Duke and Dusty from Applegate River Lodge had been in a feud with each other, having their own businesses separated inside the lodge, ''and they didn't even share the profits with their mother to pay the debts''. They only made truce after Gordon made them realize that the only one siffering was their mother.
** Curtis House Inn's owners, siblings TJ and Chris, kept fighting with each other a lot, with the staff trapped in the middle of their feud. Gordon had to force them to make up and be professional.

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** Siblings Duke and Dusty from Applegate River Lodge had been in a feud with each other, having their own businesses separated inside the lodge, ''and they didn't even share the profits with their mother to pay the debts''. They only made truce after Gordon made them realize that the only one siffering suffering was their mother.
mother. They eventually made peace with each other after learning to work together.
** Curtis House Inn's owners, siblings TJ and Chris, kept fighting with each other a lot, with the staff trapped in the middle of their feud. Gordon had to force them to make up and be professional.professional by setting up an intervention with their family and staff.
21st Jul '16 8:38:25 PM Mochitachan
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* HumilliationConga: It happens when Gordon realizes that the owner is the source of the problem because of their stubborness/ego, so he either gathers the staff to voice their corncerns and/or gathers guests inside his bedroom to give honest feedback. In the worst cases, Gordon even gets blacklights for everyone to see what's on their beds. Only after all of this, the owners start accepting the changes.

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* HumilliationConga: HumiliationConga: It happens when Gordon realizes that the owner is the source of the problem because of their stubborness/ego, so he either gathers the staff to voice their corncerns and/or gathers guests inside his bedroom to give honest feedback. In the worst cases, Gordon even gets blacklights for everyone to see what's on their beds. Only after all of this, the owners start accepting the changes.
21st Jul '16 8:37:51 PM Mochitachan
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** Vanda and Rita, the sisters who owned the Calumet Inn in Pipestone, Minnesota only because their investor father purchased the building in their name. Both were overly emotional and insisted on taking all the power for themselves, forcing their general manager to be a server, busser, and front desk assistant, among other menial tasks not befitting her position.

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** Vanda and Rita, Rina, the sisters who owned the Calumet Inn in Pipestone, Minnesota only because their investor father purchased the building in their name. Both were overly emotional and insisted on taking all the power for themselves, forcing their general manager to be a server, busser, and front desk assistant, among other menial tasks not befitting her position.



* JustFineWithoutYou: The terrible food at the Angler's Lodge was caused by the head chef, who didn't trust her two assistants and literally refused to let them do anything, resulting in her being overwhelmed and producing substandard cuisine. Even after Gordon talks to her multiple times about the importance of trust and communication, she refuses to change. On opening night, she once again shoos the other chefs away from their stations, insisting on doing all the work herself with predictably lousy results. Gordon first demotes, then fires her when he still refuses to talk to anyone. The two assistants took over primary cooking duties; while they were technically inferior chefs to her, they were both hard workers who communicated well, resulting in good food being sent out quickly.

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* JustFineWithoutYou: JustFineWithoutYou:
** At the Applegate River Inn, Gordon's solution is to tell the [[TheStoner hippie]] BumblingDad to dissapear and let the others take charge, since he always said that he didn't care about the business. He gladly did so and spends his time at his hut.
** At the Calumet Inn, Gordon made the owners realize that they had no business running a Hotel they didn't even know how to manage, so his solution is to put Mandy in charge of it with the condition that Rina and Vanda get far away from it.
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The terrible food at the Angler's Lodge was caused by the head chef, who didn't trust her two assistants and literally refused to let them do anything, resulting in her being overwhelmed and producing substandard cuisine. Even after Gordon talks to her multiple times about the importance of trust and communication, she refuses to change. On opening night, she once again shoos the other chefs away from their stations, insisting on doing all the work herself with predictably lousy results. Gordon first demotes, then fires her when he still refuses to talk to anyone. The two assistants took over primary cooking duties; while they were technically inferior chefs to her, they were both hard workers who communicated well, resulting in good food being sent out quickly.



* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: Mandy does this at the Calumet Inn, even after Ramsay told her that she was the best thing about the hotel. Eventually, she did agree to come back as general manager, but only if owners Vanda and Rita left her and the hotel alone.

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* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: Mandy does this at the Calumet Inn, even after Ramsay told her that she was the best thing about the hotel. Eventually, she did agree to come back as general manager, but only if owners Vanda and Rita Rina left her and the hotel alone.



* SpoiledBrat: Rina and Vanda from the Calumet Inn. Rina cries and flees everytime and Vania pesters her staff constantly. Rina even told that they got the hotel because she requested her dad to buy it for her, and she once claimed that "she needed space" and left... ''for three months''. Vanda is not any better, since she always claims that she is a busy hardworker ''while getting up around 3 o'clock and doing useless tasks''.

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* SpoiledBrat: Rina and Vanda from the Calumet Inn. Rina cries and flees everytime and Vania Vanda pesters her staff constantly. Rina even told that they got the hotel because she requested her dad to buy it for her, and she once claimed that "she needed space" and left... ''for three months''. Vanda is not any better, since she always claims that she is a busy hardworker ''while getting up around 3 o'clock and doing useless tasks''.
21st Jul '16 8:32:37 PM Mochitachan
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* HumilliationConga: It happens when Gordon realizes that the owner is the source of the problem because of their stubborness/ego, so he either gathers the staff to voice their corncerns and/or gathers guests inside his bedroom to give honest feedback. In the worst cases, Gordon even gets blacklights for everyone to see what's on their beds. Only after all of this, the owners start accepting the changes.



* SheCleansUpNicely: Karan of the Towns Inn, after receiving a makeover, looks decades younger. Not only that, but she also becomes much more confident and assertive.

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* SheCleansUpNicely: SheCleansUpNicely:
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Karan of the Towns Inn, after receiving a makeover, looks decades younger. Not only that, but she also becomes much more confident and assertive.assertive.
** Sandi from The Four Seasons Inn started the episode looking tired, with an unkept beard and a chef coat. By the end of the episode he started to embrace his position as Inn keeper, shaved and started wearing appropiated suits.


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* SiblingRivalry:
** Siblings Duke and Dusty from Applegate River Lodge had been in a feud with each other, having their own businesses separated inside the lodge, ''and they didn't even share the profits with their mother to pay the debts''. They only made truce after Gordon made them realize that the only one siffering was their mother.
** Curtis House Inn's owners, siblings TJ and Chris, kept fighting with each other a lot, with the staff trapped in the middle of their feud. Gordon had to force them to make up and be professional.


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* SpoiledBrat: Rina and Vanda from the Calumet Inn. Rina cries and flees everytime and Vania pesters her staff constantly. Rina even told that they got the hotel because she requested her dad to buy it for her, and she once claimed that "she needed space" and left... ''for three months''. Vanda is not any better, since she always claims that she is a busy hardworker ''while getting up around 3 o'clock and doing useless tasks''.
20th Jul '16 4:34:32 PM Ilshan
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* HeadInTheSandManagement: Brian from the Beachfront Inn. His response to the many problems at his hotel or restaurant were to ignore them and hope they go away.
19th Jul '16 6:01:29 PM JMQwilleran
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** In "Beachfront Inn & Inlet," Ramsay left in the middle of relaunch after finally deciding that there was just no way he was going to get through to the owner. It's not even so much rage as utter despair and disappointment. Despite this, this brief blurb at the end indicates that at least some of what he had been saying may have gotten through, even if it took a while.
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