Businesses sought for new series of The Hotel Inspector

27 July 2010 by
Businesses sought for new series of The Hotel Inspector

The Hotel Inspector team, from the Channel 5 TV series hosted by Alex Polizzi (left), is currently looking for family-run or privately-owned hotels who feel they could benefit from straight-talking advice to appear on its next series.

Hotel owners, guesthouse operators and bed and breakfast proprietors are being encouraged to apply for the opportunity to gain help that could boost profit margins, improve the look of their business through a redesign, or refocus their marketing activities, as well as promote their hotel to a nationwide audience.

The sixth series of The Hotel Inspector is currently being screened on Channel Five. The previous series attracted an average of two million viewers to its weekly slot.

Previous hotel operators who have benefited from a visit from The Hotel Inspector include Sarah Pountain, owner of the eight-bedroom Jessop House bed and breakfast in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire. "To have an industry expert share her wisdom and experience was an opportunity not to be missed," she said.

To apply for the opportunity to take part in the next series or for further information, call 01752 727472 or e-mail

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By Janet Harmer

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