Recaps5x3: Rotting Woodstock recap
: Anthony heads to Woodstock, NY, to help out the 35-room Woodstock Lodge. Annie and Carlo Pombo came to the hotel 17 years ago and have had declining occupancy figures ever since. The online reviews of the hotel are the worst that Anthony has ever seen. He pulls up to the main building and notices a lot of cabins around the property. There's a welcome sign sculpture, but Anthony notices that the wires are sticking out and the tiles are falling off... read more.5x2: Swinging For the Fences recap
: Anthony goes to the 85-room Autoport Motel at State College, Pennsylvania. State College is home to Penn State and its famous football program. All of the motels in the area are doing well except for the Autoport. The Autoport was the first auto motel in Pennsylvania... read more.5x1: Crash Course in Daytona recap
: Anthony arrives in Daytona Beach to help out the historic 50-room Streamline Hotel. NASCAR is intimately associated with the town, and its founding documents were signed atop the Streamline in 1947. Since then, the hotel has fallen on hard times, and the local police consider it a den of criminal activity. Eddie Hennessy bought the Streamline three months ago and has been trying to reposition it on the market, even though he hasn't run a hotel before. Anthony only has four days to turn it around... read more.4x12: Stormy Wedding recap
: Anthony is off to Hood River, OR, to help out the 42-room Vagabond Lodge, owned and managed by Grant Polson. Grant says that they've been there for 60 years and it's always been in the family. They've been doing poorly for some time, and will soon go out of business if Anthony can't help them... read more.4x7: Temper Expectations recap
: Anthony heads for the Catskills Mountain Lodge in upstate New York. His family spent summer vacations there and hundreds of entertainers played hotels there. The area is a hot spot for winter vacations but some of the hotels are too far away from the mountains to fill rooms. The Mountain Lodge, owned by Al and Kathy Guart, is struggling. They started well but were soon sliding, and they think the problem is they aren't getting enough customers in... read more.