Gordon Ramsay’s ‘Hotel Hell’ Renewed by Fox for Season 3

Casting is now open, crappy bed & breakfasts

You better up your continental breakfast game, lackluster lodgings: Fox has renewed Gordon Ramsay’s “Hotel Hell” for a third season.

“Hotel Hell” is produced by One Potato Two Potato LLC., which is part of the All3Media group. Ramsay, Ben Adler and Patricia Llewellyn serve as executive producers. Ramsay recently re-upped with Fox for two more years.

Casting is now open for Season 3; crappy hotels can check in here.

Here is Fox’s description of the show and recap of Seasons 1 and 2:
The first two seasons of “Hotel Hell” saw Gordon Ramsay sleeping on stained mattresses, taking cold showers in moldy bathrooms and confronting hotel ghosts. He took his hospitality reviews to a whole new level, as he tackled a myriad of establishments, and now, he’s back for more. After uncovering the root of the problems at each place, Ramsay will put hotel owners and employees to work as he attempts to turn around their failing establishments, doing all he can to rescue these floundering hotels. Some owners will work with Ramsay to address the issues he’s identified, while others will refuse to take the advice they sought out, and face the consequences. But, in the end, it will be up to the owners and staff to keep their hotels open. The success of each business is truly on the line, so one thing is certain: if they won’t take Ramsay’s advice, they will never check out of “Hotel Hell.”