A little elbow grease is needed as Flo the spunky waitress helps out her roommate Quinn renovate and run hotels for her new travel business. Deliver guest's luggage, drop off room service and provide extra towels, blankets and anything else they may need to stay happy and leave big tips! Along the way use your tips to decorate and restore each hotel back to its original charm. Watch out for the mysterious mishaps and accidents that threaten your progress! Do you have what it takes to keep everyone happy, or will the mysterious shadow halt your success?
• Over 90 upgrades to purchase for bigger tips
• 50 levels to try and master
• 5 VIP rooms to decorate to make guests happier
• 5 hotels to renovate for Quinn's guests
Ratings and Reviews
Now on my computer again!
I first discovered Diner Dash in the early 2000s while I was suppose to be studying with my then boyfriend during our undergrad years. ahhh... many hours well spent! I obsessively followed the Diner Dash series throughout the various themes then played Cake Mania, Wedding Dash, and Hotel Dash. I use to have a PC with Hotel Dash on it and I was sad that when I ditched PC for Mac that I wouldn't be able to play those games anymore... well I'm glad Hotel Dash is available just in time for me when I got my Mac! Yay :)
The game hotel dash: suite success is a very good game but has a couple down side because the mouse is very glitchy in the game. When you go to drag a customer into there room the doors flicker open and close causing you to not be able to place the customer in there room. Another down side would be is that when you try to click on an ammenitie the the customer want you have to clik it a couple time before it will grab the item.
Playfirst, inc. need to fix this glitch cause it is very annoying to have a glitchy mouse in the game.
Better than DIner Dash!!
I've played diner dash for awhile, and I've always loved it. This cool twist is more difficult than the origional, and has some cool levels. The storyline is a little predictable, but then again you don't play the game for the plot. Wish it had more levels for the plot, but all in all a good buy. If you're ambivolent, get the game.
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