Gordon Ramsay’s Hotel Hell Will Feature a Massachusetts Inn

The series is coming to the Bay State this season.

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Gordon Ramsay and his fiery temper are heading to Massachusetts on this season of Hotel Hell.

The no-nonsense chef and hospitality expert will be giving a struggling, local establishment a serious talking to when he takes his Fox reality series to the Bay State for the first time this year. Ramsay is set to make a stop at the Vienna Hotel in Southbridge, which will be his only trip to New England for season three.

Previously, the Scottish-born chef featured the now closed Juniper Hill Inn in Windsor, Vermont, during the show’s debut. He also travelled to the Four Seasons Inn in West Dover, Vermont, and the Curtis House Inn in Woodbury, Connecticut, during season two last year.

In addition to Southbridge, Ramsay will be heading to a variety of locations around the country for season three, including Ft. Pierce, Forida; Island Park, Idaho; Harpers Ferry, West Virginia; Newton, Pennsylvania; Chelan, Washington; and Loudonville, Ohio.

According to a press release, this season will feature Ramsay tackling a host of different inn issues, such as a “hotel owner who hoards clothing in the locked closets of the guests’ rooms” as well as a “family-built castle, that has fallen on the shoulders of the ex-wife.”

While there’s no word yet as to when the Massachusetts set episode will air, we can’t wait to hear the inevitable screaming match between Ramsay and the local innkeeper.

Season three of Hotel Hell premieres on Tuesday, May 24 at 8 p.m.