Summary: Absolutely hated this game. I bought this game when it initially came out years ago. It is a slow generic game. One of the reasons for disliking it so much is the scroll option. As you expand your hotel, you can't see the full hotel. You have to scroll left and right. If you are to the far right and a customer comes in, you won't know. The customer loses patience.
Summary: I'd actually rate this game at 3.5 stars but I was feeling generous so bumped it up rather than down. In the past, I haven't particularly cared for the Jane series, but for some reason, I felt compelled to try this one out. I was glad I did. It's just unique enough to be entertaining. You can only serve so many people at diners, run so many farms, etc. so I figured let's try a hotel.
Summary: I liked this game. The pace of the game and the music were some of it's best qualities. I loved the jazzy music they infiltrated into the game. I liked the upgrades that were available as well, and the fact that not only could you upgrade the decor of the hotel, but you can get your money's worth out of the staff.
Summary: This is the best game in the Jane's Hotel series by far, this time it is Jane's niece who is working in her aunt's hotels for the summer, starting in Scotland. This time it is possible to go back and replay levels, a glaring omission from the first two games, there are also bonus levels now of the hidden object variety, to gain extra points for purchasing upgrades, another welcome addition.
Summary: If you've played the previous versions of Jane's Hotel and like them, you will LOVE this game. It is so much better than the others. Of course, that's what they are supposed to do when they design a sequel to a game. You know, listen to the people playing the game and the suggestions they have to make the game better. I really enjoy this game.