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In the second episode of Hotel Hell, Gordon descends upon the Cambridge Hotel, an historic inn in upstate New York. It’s over 150 years old and allegedly has a ghost, but the creepiest thing we see is a jacked-up, handless mannequin, which does nothing more threatening than stare out the unoccupied third floor window. But the real problem in the place isn’t a ghost; it’s the owner. John is a military soldier-turned-lawyer, who thought he’d try his hand at running a hotel, despite having zero hospitality experience. I’ll let you guess how that’s been going.
John’s obsessive determination to micromanage every last aspect of the place, coupled with his reluctance to give his staff the freedom to do their jobs, has sunk the place, and it’s a disaster of cheap linens, random curtain rods, awkward moments, and spousal hostility. Plus, the security detail could use some serious work, by which I mean it could stand to exist in the first place. Gordon also shows us his blurry booty once more, so that’s a bonus. Stay tuned for the recap later this week, and catch up on the two-part series premiere while you wait. Thanks for reading!