cyndommett | Added on: July 31, 2009
I really enjoyed this time management game, it was different from most. It had great graphics and a variety of things to do. It was challenging, but not frustratingly so. I would recommend this to everyone, children would love it too.
hankysis3 | Added on: May 25, 2011
I have played the Jane hotel games, and this one has been the easiest. I probably should have played this one first. The panoramic hotel, was annoying. It just didn't seem to fit in a time management game. Other than that aspect, the game was laid out well. The game ramped up as you went along without getting crazy, and the characters were easy to move. I liked the game, I just wish it had a little more pizazz. I opted to move to the next hotel once the dollar amount was met. I probably wouldn't have if I had known it was going to be a short game.
SamanthaS | Added on: August 6, 2009
This is my favorite Jane's game out of the three that have come out so far. The first Jane's Hotel was alright, but I seldomly played it. The third, Jane's Zoo, was too repetitive for me to have the motivation to finish it. And this, being the second, is my favorite. You have the most options, and the most important decisions to make in this one compared to the other ones concerning upgrades. Also, I liked the locations best too.
ifnotforhim | Added on: May 19, 2011
The only thing that bothered me with this game is the maid an bellhop disappeared way too quickly.
Moolatte | Added on: July 22, 2009
The animation of the guests is very good. You have to organize yourself to meet the goals and it can get very fast paced.
macgamer | Added on: September 15, 2009
Crashes like crazy on my macbook and yes it is Intel Like the Jane's games - too bad
Jess209 | Added on: September 27, 2010
I LOOOVE time management games and have played all of the games in this series but was disappointed in this one. As soon as you reach the goal dollar amount you have to move on to the next level whether you've updated all of the options in the current hotel or not. If you're like me, and reach the expert level everytime, you'll be forced to move onto the next country without being able to fully update everything in the current country. And there's no option to go back to the previous country (or hotel) once you've moved on. Sure, I'm beating the game, but it's not hard and it's not challenging, because if it was I wouldn't have 3 options left to update before being forced to move onto the next country.