Hotel Impossible Season 7: Sneak Peek

See the best transformations by Anthony Melchiorri and his design team at hotels around the country on this season of Hotel Impossible , premiering Oct. 24 at 10 p.m. 

BEFORE: Hooligans Lodge Lobby

Though its located just off a fishing hot spot in Soldotna, Alaska, Hooligans struggled with a disastrously designed and outdated lobby. The fireplace sat unfinished, with tools still sitting in its nooks, for months.

BEFORE: Hooligans Lodge Lobby

The "office center" consisted of a non-working computer without a monitor, and the fire command station oddly situated in the middle of the lobby randomly beeped trouble.

AFTER: Hooligans Lodge Lobby

The new lobby design features all new furniture, flooring and wood covering the concrete pillars around the windows.

AFTER: Hooligans Lodge Lobby

The fireplace has been finished with a new mantle, and the unsightly drop ceiling was removed and accented with new wood beams.

BEFORE: Clegg's Hotel Suite

The majority of the rooms at this hotel situated just steps from the Fire Island ferry landing are set up more like hostel rooms. The owner and his family took over one of the few guest suites in the hotel as their personal apartment.

BEFORE: Clegg's Hotel Suite

The suite was cluttered and outdated with no real attention to detail.

BEFORE: Clegg's Hotel Suite

The suite's kitchen was set up more for a studio apartment than a guest suite.

BEFORE: Clegg's Hotel Suite

Dingy and without much character, the guest suite bathroom needed a serious upgrade.

AFTER: Clegg's Hotel Suite

Designer Britany Simon gave the room a complete Americana-themed makeover with new floors, linens, furniture and chic design accents.

AFTER: Clegg's Hotel Suite

Custom screens were also added to the suite's windows to cut down on noise pollution and allow guests to enjoy the incredible view just outside the hotel.

AFTER: Clegg's Hotel Suite

A new bistro table and cabinets create a much less dense kitchen area in the guest suite.

AFTER: Clegg's Hotel Suite

Designer Britany Simon added wainscoting and all new fixtures to the guest suite bathroom for a coastal, inviting vibe.

BEFORE: Cocca's Inn Bedroom

The Albany, New York, hotel had filthy guest rooms that lacked any kind of desirability.

BEFORE: Cocca's Inn Bedroom

The linens and furnishings were outdated and desperately needed to be replaced.

BEFORE: Cocca's Inn Bathroom

Drab doesn't even begin to describe the Cocca's Inn and Suites bathrooms.

BEFORE: Cocca's Inn and Suites

Four words: hot tub of horror.

AFTER: Cocca's Inn Living Room

New furniture, drapes, wall accents and a modern light fixture bring the guest suite into the 21st century.

AFTER: Cocca's Inn Living Room

Fresh paint with a warm neutral like this and the proper lighting totally transform the feel and flow of the entire space.

AFTER: Cocca's Inn Bedroom

A new platform bed and luxurious linens up the room's dream sleep factor.

AFTER: Cocca's Inn Bathroom

What a difference a new vanity light fixture makes!

BEFORE: Cape Hatteras Motel

Decades-old wood paneling is usually not the best sign when you walk into your motel room.

BEFORE: Cape Hatteras Motel

Would you sleep here?

BEFORE: Cape Hatteras Motel

The guest rooms at the North Carolina motel were dank, dark and in need of a designer's touch.

AFTER: Cape Hatteras Motel

The new blue and yellow design with neutral furniture accents creates a calming, coastal vibe for guests.

AFTER: Cape Hatteras Motel

Industrial lighting fixtures complement the delicate designs in the new linens.

AFTER: Cape Hatteras Motel

The light and bright guest room is remarkable improvement from its formerly neglected state.

BEFORE: White Caps Motel Room

In New Jersey, the White Caps Motel rooms are the epitome of dark and creepy.

BEFORE: White Caps Motel Room

The bedspreads and nightstands are outrageously outdated, accented only by a lone, framed stock photo.

BEFORE: White Caps Motel Lobby

Overly cluttered and disorganized, the hotel's lobby needed a clean sweep and makeover.

AFTER: White Caps Motel Room

New drapes, paint, flooring and linens completely transform the White Caps' guest rooms.

AFTER: White Caps Motel Room

A custom wall mural of a ferris wheel embodies the feel of the hotel's Jersey locale.

AFTER: White Caps Motel Lobby

Resituating the front desk greatly improves the flow for incoming guests and may help prevent clutter from piling up.