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Our listing of favorite haunted hotels and inns in the United States.
Welcome to our list of haunted hotels. According to our paranormal
research, many of these are some of the best known haunted
hotels in modern history. With many of them, you can still book a
room and attempt to experience ghost activity first hand.
While vacationing, you should at least pay a visit to any haunted
hotels in the area. Even if you do not want to stay, some haunted
hotels offer tours. So don't forget to stop in at the hotels' front desk
and see if they can provide some history or haunting information.
Why Explore Haunted Hotels?
Some of the best vacations are those
where history and haunting can be
experienced. So why not try and book a
haunted hotel? Haunted hotels can be an
experience of a lifetime...a vacation where
history is blended with the paranormal.
The exploration of haunted hotels bring
spirited adventure and will cause the mind
of the vacationer to wonder and consider
the possible existence of ghosts.
Some have experienced moving objects,
ghostly voices, apparitions, touching,
goose bumps and more while staying in
haunted hotels. Many hotels offer a
haunted ghost tour of the premises,
typically showing rooms where misfortunes
have occurred, listening to colorful tales of
the hotel's guests and history, as well as
re-telling the stories of ghost sightings
shared by guests and the staff at the
Haunted Hotels: The Stories Behind the Haunting
Learn some history behind the haunting of these legendary hotels.
Crescent Hotel Eureka Springs, Arkansas hotel has haunted rooms 202, 218
The Goldfield Hotel You can't stay here, but this hotel is legendary.
Remember the flying brick seen on Ghost Adventures?
Hotel Del Coronado Mischievous ghosts haunt this California hotel since
The Stanley Hotel A truly haunted hotel in Estes Park, Colorado with
ghosts that inspired The Shining by Stephen King.
(right) The Stanley Hotel in
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Brass Lantern Inn Stowe, Vermont hotel guests have heard ghostly people
talking or arriving at night.
Brown Palace Hotel Denver, Colorado has a socialite ghost that doesn’t
like her tale re-told.
Bullock Hotel Deadwood, South Dakota hotel has the ghost of its first
The Buxton Inn Quaint Granville, Ohio hotel has a very haunted room you
can stay in.
Equinox Resort & Spa Haunted hotel in Vermont formerly visited by the
Grove Park Inn Resort Asheville, North Carolina has a Pink Lady that
haunts this hotel.
Heathman Hotel Haunted hotel in Portland, Oregon with an active spirit.
Historic Jefferson Hotel See our story, below, of haunting at this Texas
Historic Sheridan Inn Haunted vacation in this Wyoming hotel where
Buffalo Bill stayed.
Hollywood Roosevelt The 1920 - 30's movie industry used this California
hotel. Catch an old star?
Hotel Jerome 1889 Aspen, Colorado haunted hotel has a dripping wet
Hotel Maison de Ville Have a stay in New Orleans at this reportedly
Hotel San Carlos Breezes and noises haunt this hotel in Phoenix, Arizona.
Many stars stayed here.
Inn at 835 Springfield, Illinois - is the spirit of Bell Miller still here.
Inn at Merridun Even the cat sees spirits at this hotel in Union, South
John Stone's Inn Ashland, Massachusetts eatery has 6 or 7 spirits
possibly roaming the inn.
The Marshall House History of haunting at Savannah, Georgia's old, old
hotel. Beautiful and on the main drag of the historic district.
Martha Washington Inn Room 403 in this hotel is reportedly haunted.
Located in Abingdon, Virginia.
Menger Hotel Can’t get more historic than a haunted hotel in San Antonio,
Texas, near the Alamo.
Monte Vista Hotel Flagstaff, Arizona haunted hotel has a phantom
Napa River Inn Former California mill is said to be a haunted hotel with
two sad ghosts.
Notchland Inn Hart's Location, New Hampshire. Encounter a spirit while
staying on vacation?
The Haunted Ott Hotel
Book a ghost tour at this Texas hotel or stay in a room with ghosts.
Queen Mary Hotel Long Beach, California cruise liner with a history of
hauntings and deaths.
Red Brook Inn Old Mystic, Connecticut hotel haunted by an old lady.
Currently, it is reportedly "closed."
The Sagamore Bolton Landing, New York hotel with a cigar-smoking ghost
on Lake George.
The 17Hundred90 Inn This inn in Savannah, Georgia has a ghost named
Anna. Stay in the haunted room where Miley Cyrus experienced weird things!
Thornewood Castle Lakewood, Washington vacation experience. Ghost
manifestations are regular.
Thayer's Historic Bed & Breakfast Choose this Annandale, Minnesota
hotel for a haunting vacation stay. In 2013, it was up for sale.
(above) The Crescent Hotel
Haunted Hotels Information
The list of hotels have been chosen from
several haunted hotel reviews and are
quite possibly the best haunted hotels
around the United States posing the
best chance to experience a personal
encounter with a ghost.
Many paranormal chasers choose to go
to haunted hotels to search for ghosts
when on a vacation instead of
somewhere ordinary, because as
investigators, when you stay in a
haunted hotel, you can be there around
the clock and are, therefore, more likely
to experience something extraordinary.
Haunted Hotels: Real Accounts
The following stories are of peoples’
experiences in haunted hotels across
the United States. We thought it good to
provide you with some examples of
what you may be up for if you choose to
stay in a hotel that has an active
haunting. Be prepared, especially if you
have small children you wish to bring
with you. Some stays can become quite
scary for youngsters!
The Jefferson Hotel Room "Haunted Mirror" Experience
As a man is traveling to Jefferson, Texas from Colorado, he decides to call the Jefferson Hotel to reserve a room, for he has been driving
for many hours and is now tired. He specifically requests a haunted room. Once he finally arrives, he walks into his room and says to the
empty room, "I'm exhausted from the long drive. If you want to haunt me, fine...if not, no problem." After eating dinner, the man decides
to settle down in the claw foot tub in the bathroom. As time passes, the mirror begins to fog up. All of a sudden, the word, “help”
appears in the middle mirror. A little while later, the name, “Judy” becomes visible above “help.” Finally, the word, “redrum” becomes
visible at the bottom of the mirror. As the room cools a few hours later, the fog vanishes from the mirror along with the words. The next
day, the man fogs up the mirror again, but this time, no words appear. Many people wonder if this room in the Jefferson Hotel is truly
haunted. Supposedly, a woman died in the bathtub of that very room. Still, some believe the words are etched or somehow written on the
mirror and are only visible once the mirror is fogged because this is not the only account of words appearing on the reflective glass.
The Crescent Hotel Mysterious Parents Haunting
A husband and wife, their two sons, the wife’s parents, and the wife’s two sisters and two nieces decided to stay at the Crescent Hotel
one summer, a hotel known for being haunted. The parents were in one room, the sisters and nieces in another, and the wife, husband,
and sons were in one more. About ten minutes after the sisters went into their room they ran out screaming that the lampshade had
jumped into the air, spun around, and fell to the floor. After that, everyone in all three rooms decided to go to bed. In the wife, husband,
and sons’ room, the toilet would not stop running. The husband looked in the back of the toilet and saw the chain was off. He put it back
on. An hour later, the toilet started back up again. This time, the husband twisted the chain back on to ensure that it would not slip off
again. The next morning the toilet was running again, so the family just let it go because they believed someone must have wanted it
that way. Back in the nieces and sisters’ room, every thirty minutes the phone would ring. When the phone was answered, no one was
there. In the morning, everyone but the parents went down to the garden. The group looked up to their parents’ window and saw them
standing at it; so they waved to their mom and dad. The parents did not wave back. When the group went up to ask them if they had
seen them down in the garden waving, the parents said they had not looked out their window at all. Besides, the window was too high
on the wall for them to see out.
The Haunted Hotel Room Apparition
While traveling home after visiting his mother’s house, a man and his wife decide to stop at a hotel for the night before continuing their
long journey home. Little did they know this hotel was a haunted hotel. By some stroke of luck, the man’s uncle was staying in that very
same hotel while on a business trip that night. After getting settled in their room the wife decides to take a bubble bath while the
husband chooses to walk six doors down the hall to visit his uncle. By the time the man reaches halfway to his uncle’s room, he hears
someone screaming at the top of their lungs. It is his wife. He sprints back to the room only to discover the bathroom light has been
turned off. When he turns on the light, he sees his wife looking petrified in the bathtub. He asks if she is alright. She replies that the
lights turned off by themselves, and once they did, she heard a man whispering to her. After the woman finishes telling her story to the
husband, the couple finally go to visit the uncle. Later, they return to their room. The man takes his shower, and they go to bed. Twenty
minutes later, the phone rings. The couple answers the phone, but nobody is there. Then, there is a knock at the door. Believing it to be
the uncle knocking, the wife answers the door; but again, no one is there. At this point, the wife becomes very afraid, so the husband
goes out ofthe door to see who had knocked. He looks to his right, but sees nothing. Then, he turns to the left and is aghast: He saw a
man standing there in a dark blue suit and with an odd-looking hat. The man drooped the cane he was holding, tipped his hat, and then,