Anthony stays at the Sorento Penthouse at the Fontainebleau Hotel in South Beach, FL, tours the kitchen, and has lunch on the beach of the five-star hotel.
Anthony books the regent suite at the Langham Hotel in Chicago to show the audience what a five-star hotel is like.
Anthony helps out the 50-room Streamline Hotel in Daytona Beach, and has to deal with a GM who is a novice at best.
The owners of the Autoport at State College in Pennsylvania ask Anthony for help... but neglect to tell him that the bank is foreclosing on their motel.
Anthony tries to help the Woodstock Lodge with the dozens of problems that he finds, but the owner insists that he can fix it on his own with a minimal investment.
Anthony takes on the Crookston Inn and Conference Center, which is plagued by poor banqueting management and a housekeeping manager with an attitude. To save the place, Anthony may have to fire them.
Anthony is called in to help the 70-room Hearthstone Inn in Cape Breton, NS, and discovers that the owner wants his help rebranding the property because he doesn't have a plan. Meanwhile, Anthony discovers that there's a total lack of communication between the three people in charge.
Anthony tries to help the struggling Guest House in Aiken, SC. The owner, Peggy, is set in her ways and Anthony has his work cut out for him trying to convince her to change her ways.
Anthony travels to the 31-room Mountain View Lodge in Manson, WA, and is soon overwhelmed by countless signs with rules and regulations. He takes on the manager, Kim, whose passive-aggressive ways threaten to bring down the hotel for good.
Anthony is off to Maine to help the Vacationland Inn. Although things initially look good, Anthony soon finds a total lack of security and housekeepers forced to work in 90 degree temperatures.
At the Ocean Crest Resort, Anthony has to deal with a general manager who doesn't seem ready to step up and run the business. The hotelier gives him a crash course in how to run a business but becomes increasingly frustrated.
Anthony is dogging the owner of the CitiGarden Hotel in San Francisco, but considering its disgusting guest rooms, under-performing manager, and sexy surprise, he'll need to overcome a lot of negative reviews to create a new brand of success.
Source: Travel Channel