Fox has announced it has ordered a second season of Hotel Hell, the new Kitchen Nightmares-like reality series which follows chef Gordon Ramsay as he travels the country to renovate failing hotels, inns and bed and breakfasts.

"The response to Hotel Hell has been truly extraordinary, and we're really excited to have the opportunity to turn around many more hotels in dire need of intervention," Ramsay said in a statement.

Hotel Hell premiered on Fox on August 13 and ended its six-episode first season on Monday night.

Each episode features Ramsay attempting to fix up ruined establishments which have problems including "filthy bedrooms, mold-ridden bathrooms, dreadful room service, and incompetent management," according to the network,and ultimately create five-star establishments fit for his own standards.

"With Hotel Hell, Gordon has proved once again that he's one of the most successful and appealing personalities on television," added Fox reality chief Mike Darnell.

"He delivered an amazing new show for us this summer that fans immediately embraced, and I can't wait for him to get started on an even more exciting Season Two."