Channel 5’s The Hotel Inspector is back for its 14th series and the producers are looking for businesses - including pubs with rooms - to benefit from the advice and investment that the series brings to each hotel it features.
A spokesman for the show said: "This time, Alex Polizzi is looking for a fresh challenge. Born from a long line of hoteliers and with 20 years’ experience under her belt, Alex expertly examines staffing, menus, décor and branding - breathing new life into Britain’s guest houses, B&B’s, pubs with accommodation, and hotels.
"We’d like to hear from hoteliers who would be interested in this unique opportunity to get valuable, no-nonsense advice that will boost profit margins, a cash injection to help with changes, as well as the hotel being seen by a nationwide audience."
The 13th series of The Hotel Inspector was broadcast on Channel 5 this summer in its prime time slot and is the longest running show on the channel. In each hour-long episode, The Hotel Inspector follows Polizzi as she helps to improve the fortunes of different businesses. Last series she helped a range of hotels, from the over-stretched manager who was clocking-up over 90 hours a week; to a prestigious hotel whose owner wanted to attract a new kind of clientele.
A spokeswoman for the Blue Inn, Redditch, Birmingham, which featured last year said: “The manager was a bit nervous at the beginning but Alex was on the same page as her.
"What Alex Polizzi did for her will last her years; the expertise she shared. It was the best experience of her career. The business has gone from strength to strength".
- To apply to the show, or just to find out more, email Charlie or Vikki at firstname.lastname@example.org call them on 01752 727 400. Or visit the Facebook page @HotelInspectorSeries14.