Tomorrow night, the #HotelInspector finds herself in the middle of some serious family drama. https://t.co/uIBFddx1JN— Channel 5 (@channel5_tv) 5 July 2016
Episode 6 is summarised on catch-up service My5 as:
"In the Dorset seaside town of Weymouth, Mum and manager Loraine employs several of her seven children at The Richmoor Hotel, but she has been letting her mothering instincts get in the way of business. As a result, the service is starting to suffer."
- Employing family members
- Reservation procedure
- Soft skills
- Restaurant operations
- Elementary attention to detail gone wrong, e.g. incorrect spellings on menu
- Curb appeal - transforming the exterior with not much to shout about into a bona fide candidate for Spot on Signage
Join in the conversation every Wednesday on Twitter between 9pm and 10pm with #HotelInspector
Looking forward to the hotel inspector at @RichmoorHotel #Weymouth at 9pm #Dorset #hotelinspector pic.twitter.com/50ZBd0osWB— IvyRose Holistic (@IvyRoseHolistic) 6 July 2016
A series stereotype surfaced...
Beginning of every single episode of #HotelInspector: Susan has no experience of hospitality and bought this 38 bed hotel 4 years ago— Ed Davies (@edavieswork) 6 July 2016
Alex's enforced breather was summarised with a GIF...
The SHADE of Alex Polizzi sending the owner away to a nice hotel #hotelinspector pic.twitter.com/e6yyceL2O5— ohchrisburton (@ohchrisburton) 6 July 2016
Here how hot is that chef on #hotelinspector ? Jesus Christ.— Lynsey (@wannabwinehouse) 6 July 2016
The line everyone had been waiting for appeared...
The kids are using this place like some kind of hotel .... 🤔 #hotelinspector— James (@eggcups) 6 July 2016
Pixelation was panned....
irrationally annoyed by the inconsistent sign blurring on #hotelinspector 😫— Annie Clay (@anniexcc) 6 July 2016