We miss the Damsen Dene and the complexity of Wayne. Mark from the Grosvenor Hotel just isn't as watchable - and yet he's after getting his second series. It's the start of the summer season back at the Grosvenor Hotel in Torquay. After a long, lean winter, finances are at rock bottom and hotel manager Mark faces the toughest challenge of his life: to stop the doors closing on the business forever... Where would you be without telly jeopardy. In true 'eccentric' style, Mark has come up with a master plan: his self-described three-star, bucket-and-spade hotel is going upmarket, catering to the 'Guardian readers - the people with money'. Cue more madness and mayhem as Mark and his team try to lure in posh guests and keep them happy over another busy summer season.
The Hotel. Channel 4: 8.00pm
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