Hotel Dash - Suite Success
System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1.2 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 256 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
Award Value: 3 Stamps
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Hotel Dash - Suite Success 

Check in to the frenzied fun of Flo's newest predicament in Hotel Dash - Suite Success Deluxe, and restore the charm of DinerTown's favorite hotels! Show guests to their room and deliver their luggage. Drop off room service, provide extra towels, blankets and anything else they may need to leave big tips.

  • Flo and Quinn are back in a whimsical Time Management challenge.
  • Roll up your sleeves and restore DinerTown's landmark hotels.
  • Deliver luggage, drop off room service and more to earn big tips.
  • Purchase over 90 upgrades and master 50 frantic levels.
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Reviews of Hotel Dash - Suite Success
 | Added on: September 15, 2015
Easier on tablet. At the first levels you wish to fast buy the "luggage cart" to serve faster. Some funny customers like the sleepwalkers you have to click so they go back to bed, give food to the dog from Tiki Palace. With time you get bored with always the same tasks in this game. I felt it became tricky from place 4 but on tablet you go on easily all the game.
 | Added on: December 7, 2014
I found this game fun, but I finished it with expert all the way within a week. Way too easy.
 | Added on: December 19, 2012
I tried the trial version...It's great: funny characters and great graphics!
 | Added on: January 19, 2010
This game is so addictive! I loved it and still replay it time and time again, improving my score each time. My 7yr old daughter loves it too. It is a bit more difficult to play on a laptop without a mouse but still do-able. Jenny's Fish Shop and all of the Build-a-Lot's are some of my other favorites. I was however expecting some great "something" to unlock after completing all the levels or getting over a certain score. Maybe I just haven't reached that score. Never boring to play over and over again, unlike some other games that only have one order they can be played in with no change. Great investment and quality family fun. 2 thumbs up and 5 stars!
 | Added on: February 4, 2010
I enjoyed the new game. It was a nice change of pace. Getting around and trying to get everything was a little awkward at first, especially on the fancier hotel that was featured, but it was still fun. You got to get a little system going. In this game, Flo fixes up hotels in order to get Quinn's new business ventures up and running. There is also a suite in each hotel that has to be furnished using "Star Bills" which are earned as you reach your goals. Its a fun game. Loses one star cause maneuvering Flo throughout the hotel isn't as smooth as I would like it to be, though @ the same time, it gives it more replay value when trying to hit that expert mode.
 | Added on: December 7, 2012
This was a challenging game with interesting story features. I had tried other Dash games but the hotel theme set it apart from the others and was still very challenging.
 | Added on: February 2, 2010
I loved this Dash game. I loved it more than some of the other Dash games out there. I have played them all but this one is one that I keep coming back to. I really enjoyed every single task set before me. I also loved being able to fix up the hotels and it was fun to meet some new characters along with seeing some of the old ones again. I actually bought this game which is something that I don't normally do and I'm very happy with the money I spent on it because it was so much fun!! I totally recommend this game
 | Added on: January 18, 2012
I like this game. It's a fun variation on the Diner Dash series. I think I like it even more then those games. Which I also really enjoy. Bought it and buying Hotel Dash 2 also!
 | Added on: August 30, 2010
I like this one a lot to it was really hard to kkeep up as you got into the game .......nice twist on the usual Flo and Quinn situations
 | Added on: May 9, 2011
I had a great time playing this game! Lots of upgrades to choose from to make Flo faster, customers more patient, upgrade room star rating, increase tips and make your hotel look nicer, plus you earn stars that let you buy items for the honeymoon suite. Yes, it was pretty easy but sometimes you just want to play a fun easy game.
 | Added on: January 19, 2010
I pretty much love all Dash games. This one didn't seem quite as challenging but maybe it's me. This game was really fun and my kids enjoyed replay.
 | Added on: January 11, 2010
Out of all the Diner Dash games, this one was by far the eastiest. It really was not challenging at all. I got expert score on every level the first time. I would not recommend this game if you are looking for a challenge. But the graphics and hotel upgrades are cool!
 | Added on: January 11, 2010
I love to play this kindy of games and this one is funny and good to entertain.
 | Added on: January 11, 2010
I only tried the trial so far. I probably am going to purchase it with a funticket when I get some. This game is different from other flo's. Your job in like all the other Flo adventures is to serve ccustomers. Placing them in their room, feeding them (room service), doing laundry after they leave. You can upgrade stuff in this like you could in all other flos. I upgraded the elevator so far. You can even upgrade the star rooms. To get a star room you have to upgrade it and the more people stay in the star room the more stars you get. It's original in that it is a new adventure with Flo that is not the same. It is unoriginal in that is not the first hotel game. Don't listen to the reviews. Before you buy download a trial and see if you like.
 | Added on: September 22, 2010
I love time management games. This one was different. I had a hard time stopping to do other things I needed to do. Would recommend as a purchase.
 | Added on: February 23, 2010
I believe this was a very good game, however I hope the next one is a littel more of a challenge. Here Flo helps peope find there rooms, do there laundary, food, and towels. Very fun, very addictive, however not really of challenge if you are use to the dinner games. I feel the dinner games are a bit harder than this. So.. my advise if you are use to the dinner games, this will be a little more relaxing for you. If you are not use the dinner games, enjoy you will have blast and good luck. To us that love Flo.. Lets hope the next hotel suite is harder just like the dinner ones. Other wise enjoy. (was a litte short too).
 | Added on: January 11, 2010
I love the Dash series! This is not too difficult but fun and addictive!!
 | Added on: December 28, 2010
I love playing the game. It is very challenging. I love playing the series, where she goes to different places.
 | Added on: January 11, 2010
I usually look forward to a new Flo/Dash game, but this one was disappointing. Not very challenging or compelling. I didn't even bother to finish the 1 hour trial. I'll just replay Wedding Dash or Diner Town Studios - those have lasting value.
 | Added on: January 11, 2010
I had actually been getting a bit weary of the Diner Dash format, particularly as some of the games had annoyingly difficult (and just plain annoying) levels. However, Hotel Dash is just different enough to make it fun. Although it does get a little harder as the levels progress, it hasn't hit that annoyingly impossible stage yet (after completing two hotels). One big plus is the ability to upgrade everything as each hotel setting progresses. This is a big improvement (as far as I'm concerned) over the later Diner Dash games where you had to choose between items to upgrade. With Hotel Dash, the aim is to completely upgrade your hotel by the end of each hotel setting. Having all the regulars (easily frazzled business women, loud teenagers, hungry men, and the usual girls) makes it a very familiar format, but the inclusion of new characters (such as the sleepwalkers who have to be stopped from wandering off) certainly adds to the enjoyment. Even the "star" of previous Diner Dashes returns, but with his overbearing minders, he creates a few traffic jams in the halls. Overall, a fun twist on the old theme. The setting is fresh (for Diner Dash) and requires some re-thinking of the old DD game plan. For people who enjoy time management games, it's definitely worth playing.
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