Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen to present Netflix’s Instant Hotel

The Cirencester star is taking over presenting the hit Netflix show, Instant Hotel.

One of Gloucestershire’s most well-known and best-loved television stars is taking over as presenter of the Netflix show that’s had the SoGlos office hooked!

Cirencester-based Lawrence Llewellyn-Bowen will be the host of season two of Australian home-stay competition, Instant Hotel.

The show sees five groups of Australian couples who rent out their homes, travel around the country and judge each other’s homes, which are known as instant hotels.


The former Changing Rooms designer already presents a show in Australia called House Rules, but will take over as presenter of the second season of Instant Hotel when it airs Down Under, this week.

It’s hoped the second season will be available for us Brits to watch soon, with the Australian television debut of season two starting on Monday 11 February 2019.

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Thursday 07 February 2019

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