Four homeowners put their heart and souls into transforming their houses into hotels all in a bid to bag the title of ‘Austalia’s best instant hotel’.
That’s the basis of Australian TV series Instant Hotel, which launched season 2 on Netflix on June 28th 2019.
The second series sees the homeowners and the judges cast their vote on four vacay locations including a beach shack, a penthouse, and a rainforest retreat.
So, who is the Instant Hotel season 2 winner? Here’s everything you need to know…
Instant Hotel: Winner
Instant Hotel season 2 hit Netflix on Friday, June 28th 2019.
The second season of the show is made up of 6 episodes which are all available to watch on the streaming service.
The winners of Instant hotel season 2 were Debbie and Justin.
The pair pipped the other four contestants, Razz and Mark, Jay and Leah, and Gene and Sharon, to first place.
Who are Debbie and Justin?
The top prize of $100,000 was awarded to mother and son team Debbie and Justin.
The duo claimed the top spot for their two-level beach penthouse based in Buddina on the Sunshine Coast of Australia.
You can stay at their Instant Hotel for an average of $736 Australian dollars a night! It has a five-star rating on Airbnb.
Debbie was ecstatic at the win and said: “I feel like an enormous weight has been lifted off my shoulders.”
Justin added: “I feel incredible.”
To stay up-to-date with them, you can follow Justin on Instagram here, joining the rest of his 5,000 plus followers.
Haven’t watched season 1 yet?
If you’re yet to watch season 1 of the show then head over to Netflix where every single episode of Instant Hotel is available to watch.
Series 1 is made up of 12 episodes which is double the amount of season 2.
There have been some changes since the first 2017 series of the show aired. Season 2 sees the addition of British judge Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen in place of Luke Jacobz.
The winner’s prize for season 1 was an all-expense-paid stay at a Californian Instant Hotel whereas the 2019 series involves a huge cash prize.