Ugly grime, safety issues, and an uncaring assistant manager are the major issues at the Gardner, an El Paso hostel.
At the Sandy Shore Motel, Anthony battles a tyrannical owner, moldy rooms, and dissatisfied employees.
In Montana, two motels owned by the same family are having issues caused by the parents' disapproval of their son's fiancé.
At the Colonial Mountain Inn in Branson, Missouri, Anthony has to deal with mismanagement among an owner and his son, as well as several safety hazards and obsolete rooms.
The housekeeping staff at the Bossier Inn & Suites have to deal with an abusive owner and low wages. Meanwhile, Anthony tries to help out by getting the property sold when he realizes the owner has no idea how to run a hotel.
The Trade Winds Inn in Rockland, Maine is losing money because the family owners can't decide who runs the place: the original owner who built the place, or his daughter.
Anthony receives a letter from the owner of the Bradford Inn in Towanda, PA, and discovers that the man needs more help than perhaps even Anthony can give.
A family hotel in San Juan Batista is going under despite the lack of competition, and Anthony discovers that family issues lie at the heart of the property's problems.
In Alaska, Anthony tries to convince the husband of the couple who owns the property to change his personal and management style. If he doesn't then he may lose his wife as well as his hotel.
Anthony takes a look at the last seven seasons of Hotel Impossible to show his viewers the top ten meltdowns that he's seen.
Anthony shows his viewers the ten worst rooms that he's seen in seven seasons of the show.
Anthony reviews the first seven seasons where he's confronted owners and staff that needed a talking-to.