When the president's plane is forced to land in a small village he has no choice but to stay at The Nearby Hotel. Terrorists take over the hotel and it's left to hotel staff and NYPD (local police) to save the day...

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Amanda Brown
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Hilton Gilfoyle
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When the president's plane is forced to land in a small village he has no choice but to stay at The Nearby Hotel. Terrorists take over the hotel and it's left to hotel staff and NYPD (local police) to save the day...

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18 February 2001 (UK)  »

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Hotel Dili  »

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Peter Capaldi played the 12th incarnation of the Doctor in series 8 of "Doctor Who." Keeley Hawes played opposite Capaldi in the episode "Time Heist," where she played dual characters, Ms Delphox and Madame Karabraxos. See more »

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Follows Hospital! (1997) See more »

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A Real Find
1 December 2003 | by (England) – See all my reviews

If there was ever a case for Television Movies over Cinema, then this is it. In the style of Naked Gun and Airplane, and with that oh so wonderful British wit mixed in, Hotel! manages to triumph over it's influence as a fantastically daft and hilariously funny movie. The cast is great, Paul McGann showing his versatility as an actor, and Bradley Walsh as funny as always (which is fairly funny). Also, an interesting sidenote is an uncredited cameo by Peter Sallis as the voice on the radio. If you like your comedy funny, then this is the one for you. Just don't ask me where you can find it, I've been waiting for a repeat on TV or a DVD release for ages.


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