Hotel Hell Open or Closed Stats – Full Update List for 2022

Ever wondered if those hotels you see on Gordon Ramsay’s Hotel Hell are open or closed?

While Gordon Ramsay knows his way around a restaurant, hotels aren’t quite his specialty, beyond the hotel restaurants. So was he able to make it work? Well, that’s what our Hotel Hell where are they now post is all about.

In our full Hotel Hell open or closed list, we take a look at the failure rate for the various hotels he tried to save as of 2022.

You can also click to view filter by Hotel Hell hotels that are still open, as well as closed. Beyond that, I have detailed updates for every episode of the show, along with a map that shows all of the hotels’ current statuses.

Hotel Hell Open or Closed Statistics

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Overall Hotel Hell success rate

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As of 2022, Gordon Ramsay’s Hotel Hell success rate is 45%. 9 of the hotels from Hotel Hell are still open while the remaining 11 hotels have closed as of 2022.

This makes the Gordon Ramsay Hotel Hell success rate higher than Kitchen Nightmares, but slightly lower than 24 Hours to Hell and Back.

Hotel Hell success rate by season

Here are the Hotel Hell success rates broken down by each season:

SeasonSuccess Rate
Season 120%
Season 250%
Season 357%

🟢 How Many Hotels from Hotel Hell are still open?

As of 2022, 9 of the 20 hotels featured on Hotel Hell are still open. That means that 45% of the Hotel Hell hotels are still successful today.

You can click the button below to view all of the Hotel Hell hotels that are still open.

🔴 How Many Hotels from Hotel Hell Failed?

As of 2022, 11 of the 20 hotels featured on Hotel Hell have failed. That means that 55% of the Hotel Hell hotels closed after Gordon Ramsay’s visit.

You can click the button below to view all of the Hotel Hell hotels that are closed.

👉 All Hotel Hell updates

If you want to see the full update for a specific hotel from Hotel Hell, you can use the links below. The hotels are divided by season and ordered by their episode number.

Hotel Hell Season 1 Where Are They Now

Episode # Details
1 Juniper Hill Inn - CLOSED
3 Cambridge Hotel - CLOSED
4 The Keating Hotel - CLOSED
5 River Rock Inn - CLOSED
6 The Roosevelt Inn - OPEN

Hotel Hell Season 2 Where Are They Now

Episode # Details
1 Meson De Mesilla - OPEN
2 Monticello Hotel - CLOSED
3 Applegate River Lodge - OPEN
4 Hotel Chester - OPEN
5 Calumet Inn - CLOSED
6 Four Seasons Inn - CLOSED
7 Curtis House Inn - CLOSED
8 Murphys Hotel - OPEN

Hotel Hell Season 3 Where Are They Now

Episode # Details
1 Angler's Lodge - OPEN
2 Vienna Inn - CLOSED
3 Town's Inn - OPEN
5 Lakeview Hotel - CLOSED
6 Brick Hotel - OPEN
7 Beachfront Inn and Inlet - CLOSED
8 Landoll's Mohican Castle - OPEN

Hotel Hell locations map

Below, you can see a map of all of our Hotel Hell follow up updates. This map now includes ever hotel from the show.

I’ve used green to mark Hotel Hell hotels that are still open, while I’ve used red to indicate hotels that have closed.

You can also use the filters on the side to filter by Hotel Hell season.

That wraps up our Hotel Hell updates post. To see more details, check out our detailed updates for the individual hotels featured on the show.

If you want to share any thoughts, I’ve left the comments section open for this post, so please let me know in the comments below!

1 thought on “Hotel Hell Open or Closed Stats – Full Update List for 2022”

  1. Considering that they were all on the verge of closing down I think that 45% success rate was surprisingly good. You can’t help people from themselves and most of these hotels had problems because the owners were truly awful and never should have been running a hotel and restaurant in the first place. They were all very fortunate to have the opportunity of Mr. Ramsey’s time and the money that was put into their businesses in an attempt to help them. I think most viewers could tell which businesses most likely would fail regardless of what Mr. Ramsey did. Not because of the businesses but because of who owned and were running them and you just can’t fix that when they don’t want to change themselves and how they treat their business, the employees, or their customers.

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