Ramsay travels to the Roosevelt Hotel, Idaho, a former elementary school, which has been converted into a hotel. Ramsay is shocked to find dirty sheets, terrible decor and a barely functioning kitchen.
Realising that the task of re-furbishing the Juniper Hill Inn may be larger than expected, Ramsey brings in an expert antiques dealer in the hopes of selling off some old merchandise to raise enough money for a re-modelling.
Ramsey settles down for what becomes a sleepless night at the Juniper Hill Inn in Pembroke, Vermont. An Odour problem and an owner who treats his staff poorly see's Ramsey gear up for a challenging, near impossible makeover.
Gordon Ramsay checks in to The River Rock Inn, Pennsylvania, where the owner is over his head and drowning in debt. His negative attitude has resulted in an un-kept, dirty hotel which has alienated his staff and driven away any customers.
This week Ramsey stops in to the famous Keating Hotel in San Diego to find it massively in debt due to the owner's unique style and tastes. Will The Keating's boss swallow his pride and agree to the changes that Ramsay suggests or will he push back?
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