Giles Coren and Monica Galetti join the 9,500-strong workforce in one of the world's biggest hotels. This epic hotel caters for one million guests every year, and cost 3.5 billion pounds to build.
Giles and Monica head to the Andean Cloud Forest of Ecuador to work at Mashpi Lodge. A 10 million dollar modernist hotel featuring an extraordinary gondola cable car that flies guests one mile through the jungle canopy.
Giles and Monica discover Giraffe Manor, a unique hotel where giraffes, staff and guests all coexist in a 1930s Scottish-style hunting lodge on the edge of Nairobi National Park.
Giles and Monica arrive at Royal Mansour, one of the world's most discreet hotels, hidden deep in the heart of Marrakech's ancient Medina. In stark contrast to the country it inhabits, the jewel of the city was built with a limitless budget.
Giles and Monica experience the warm embrace of Fogo Island Inn, in Newfoundland. White, angular and perched atop zigzagged stilts like the local fishermen's houses, it pays homage to the settlers that arrived from Ireland and Devon to fish cod.
Giles and Monica don their best thermals and travel 200 km north of the Arctic Circle to Lapland. They enter a magical world of snow, ice, inky-blue and pink skies and the famed ICEHOTEL.