First Dates Hotel 2022: Meet tonight’s singletons looking for love

2022 First Dates Hotel spoilers and cast from series 7

First Dates Hotel is back for 2022 with a new series – here’s all you need to know.

Fred Sirieix and the team return for a new series, as singletons from across the UK check in to look for love in the sun.

The rooms are fully booked and manager Fred Sirieix and his team of cupids are on hand to ensure that every whim of the singletons is fully met.

Watch First Dates Hotel 2022 on TV and online

The 2022 series of First Dates Hotel continues on Tuesday, 11 October on Channel 4 at 10:20PM.

Episodes will air on TV weekly on Tuesdays on Channel 4.

You can watch episodes online and catch up via the All4 player, where all past episodes are also available to watch.

First Dates Hotel spoilers

The latest episode of series 7 airs tonight on Tuesday, 11 October.

The sun sets on a glorious season at the First Dates Hotel as the last few daters bid to find their perfect partner. Oxford maths undergraduate Tom doesn’t know the formula for a first date, but he’s looking for a good listener, and preferably someone tall.

Philosophy graduate and bridal model Natalie is 6ft 4in in heels and provides an understanding ear as Tom opens up over dinner.

Hair salon owner Chris, who’s 34, is looking for something significant. Having been married once before, he’s keen to find someone with whom he can have his own family. He wants someone positive. Fellow salon owner Kalil has perfected the party atmosphere in his hairdressers with daily prosecco. With so much in common, will these two lovebirds connect?

Master of ceremonies for weddings, dinners, bar mitzvahs, baby showers and birthdays, 55-year-old Elissa is hoping that her own special day may be just around the corner. Her date is 54-year-old courier and amateur dramatics enthusiast Rob.

Sparks fly as these two giggle their way through dinner, and there’s a connection over their shared need for intimacy.

First Dates Hotel airs on Channel 4 on Tuesday nights.

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