Gordon Ramsay has so many television shows, we’re not sure when he even has time to be a chef anymore! He’s already had successful runs with “Kitchen Nightmares,” “Hell’s Kitchen,” “Masterchef,” and many more — and now he’s branching out with FOX’s new series “Hotel Hell,” which premiered Monday.
In the premiere episode, Ramsay visited Juniper Hill Inn in Woodstock, Vermont. The first hour saw Ramsay struggle to find the front door and pick at a poorly-cooked lunch at the restaurant. He was forced to switch rooms after the first room he was in smelled of raw sewage.
The Juniper Hill mansion, which was packed with expensive-looking art and antiques, skimps in other areas — namely, in actually paying its employees. The owners, who live in an RV outside, came off as snobby and condescending — particularly to the residents of Woodstock, who they acknowledged could not afford to visit the Inn’s pricey restaurant.
Juniper Hell was such a mess that Ramsay couldn’t fix it up in the span of one episode — so on Tuesday night, fans can expect the conclusion to the two-part episode.
Will you be tuning in to see whether Ramsay can get Juniper Hill into shape?