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I watched a new show tonight called "Hotel Impossible" and it was pretty good. On this show they updated and improved a vacation ranch. The designer was Casey Noble, but she was not the host. She did a good job. Did anyone else like this show?

This show is going to be aired on Monday nights.

Marylee

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Posts: 1454 | Location: Ohio | Registered: Aug 24, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I still have this one set to dvr since the 1st one got deleted,I luv this show, he's really good at this job and luv his honest approach
and his end results are wonderful
 
Posts: 655 | Location: USA | Registered: Jul 12, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I like the show and its Food Network companion Restaurant Impossible. The thing that amazes me about these shows is the number of people that go into these businesses totally clueless how to run one. If I had the bright idea to go into the restaurant or hotel business I think I might actually go work for someone in that business for a year or so before plunking down my life savings into one. Both are very tough jobs with long hours with evening and weekend work a given.

Several years ago Discovery had a program sponsored by either Visa or MasterCard where they would go in and make over a business. There was a designer, a marketing guy and a business guy that would go in as a team and help turn around a failing small business. It was a very interesting show as well.


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Posts: 6857 | Location: Cary, North Carolina | Registered: Sep 18, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I travel a lot and watching the "Hotel Impossible" show reminded me of some of the trips I had in Europe. After I got married in Las Vegas I traveled a lot in Asia and Europe with my wife, we encountered a lot of interesting situations and the tips provided in this show would have helped us a lot.

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Posts: 4 | Registered: May 08, 2013Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Been watching this show on the Travel Channel. Good program. Restaurant Impossible and Bar Rescue also good. HGTV producers take note.
 
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