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However, the strictest rules would probably be impossible for you to meet. They would require you to clean the house thoroughly to be sure that it is clear of any "Chametz" - bread or any other baked products that are not specifically Kosher for passover.

Not really. A gentile -- even one hosting Jewish guests -- has zero obligation regarding chometz. For that matter, a gentile can bring his own chometz into a Jewish home, though as a practical matter, most Jews I know wouldn't be comfortable with the idea. But I actually know of a case where a Jewish business owner asked his rav about his gentile employees bringing in their lunch during pesach, and the rav said there's no problem, because the Jew won't own, posess, or derive benefit from that chametz.

Every year there are resort hotels and cruise ships that host seders, under strict rabbinical supervision, and they aren't required to divest themselves of chametz (unless they are Jewish-owned).

Also, separate cooking and eating utensils are used, or the usual utensils have to be boiled to make them Kosher for Passover.
Only metal utensils can be kashered. Not those made of wood or plastic. And anyway, they later said they're just providing a space. So if they're not providing the food… no problem.
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