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Best Haunted Hotels in America

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Haunted Arkansa

Eureka Springs

Crescent Hotel- 75 Prospect Ave., Eureka Springs AR 72632
A number of rooms are haunted in this historic hotel. Room 218 is the spot where Michael, an Irish stonemason, landed when he fell from the hotel's roof during construction. His ghost is said to bang on the walls and turn the lights and television on and off. Rooms 202 and 424 are also said to be haunted. Outside of the Recreation Room, the ghost of Dr. Norman Baker often appears, looking a bit confused. He ran a controversial hospital and health resort in the building during the 1930s. A nurse, dressed in a white uniform, has been seen on the third floor. A woman in Room 419 introduces herself as a cancer patient to guests and housekeepers, then vanishes.

Haunted Arizona
Flagstaff - Monte Vista Hotel
Phoenix - Hotel San Carlos

Hotel San Carlos - 202 N. Central Avenue, Phoenix Arizona
On May 7, 1928, 22 year-old Leone Jensen ended her life by jumping off the roof of the seven-story Hotel San Carlos. Dressed in an evening gown as if she had planned for a night of dancing, Jensen died heartbroken from the lost love of a bellboy at a nearby hotel. Seventy-five years later, her spirit remains at the hotel, leading some to wonder if she did indeed jump from the roof, or if in fact she was pushed. The two different newspapers in Phoenix reported vastly different circumstances surrounding her death. Since her death, there have been reports of strange breezes, haunting noises and the white cloud of a woman's figure throughout the hotel. Leone Jensen checked into the Hotel San Carlos in 1928, and to this day has never checked out.


Hotel Vendome
230 S. Cortez Street, Prescott, Arizona
Phone: 888-468-3583 928-776-0900 vendomehotel@aol.com
Hotel manager Abby Byr and her cat passed away in 1921 after sending her husband to get medicine, he never returned. Refusing to eat or drink, Abby still waits for her husband. Guests, paranormals, ghost hunters experience and feel her presence. Many television shows, magazines and books share her story. Inn Room 16

Hassayampa Inn
122 E. Gurley Street, Prescott, Arizona
Phone: 800-322-1927 928-778-9434 inn1@mindspring.com
Shortly after the hotel opened in 1927, a honeymooning couple checked in to room 426. The husband left on an errand. Three days later, Faith hung herself from the balcony. Her presence is said to still haunt the room and hallways. Her crying can be heard coming from the room. Hotel Room 426, Lounge & Housekeeping.

Haunted California
Carmel-by-the-Sea - La Playa Hotel and Cottages
Coronado - Hotel del Coronado
Groveland - Groveland Hotel
Healdsburg - Madrona Manor
Hollywood - Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel
La Jolla - Grande Colonial Hotel

Long Beach

Queen Mary - 1126 Queen Hwy., Long Beach, California
From its beautiful Art Deco salons to the depths of its darkest corridors, the Queen Mary has been a constant source for stories, articles and documentaries about supernatural sightings and other unexplained activity aboard the historic ship. Even as this piece is being written, testimonials from passengers and crew members continue to be reported and documented, all of them wanting answers to what they have experienced. Do ghosts really exist aboard the Queen Mary 2?

Mendocino - Mendocino Hotel and Garden Suite
San Jose - Hyatt Hotel St. Claire
San Luis Obispo - Paso Robles Inn
Santa Monica - Georgian Hotel
Ventura - Pierpont Inn

Haunted Colorado
Aspen - Hotel Jerome
Denver - Brown Palace Hotel

Estes Park , Colorado

Stanley Hotel - 333 Wonderview, Estes Park, CO 80517
If you are a Stephen King fan, request room 217. It was in this room that King, inspired by the hotel, wrote half of "The Shining." Room 418 seems to have the most ghostly activity reported. In fact, the entire fourth floor (formerly the servants quarters) is quite active. Often, the sound of children playing in the halls can be heard, even when no children are present. Read More Here!

Haunted Connecticut
Griswald - Homespun Farm
New London - Lighthouse Inn

Haunted Florida
St. Augustine - Casa de la Paz
Tampa/St. Petersburg - Don Cesar Beach Resort and Spa

Haunted Georgia
Augusta - The Partridge Inn
Jekyll Island - Jekyll Island Club Hotel

Haunted Illinois
St. Charles - Hotel Baker

Haunted Louisiana
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Haunted Massachusetts


Hawthorne Hotel - 18 Washington Square West, Salem, MA
The hotel is located on the Common which was the focus of the dreadful witch hunts. Over 200 people died during the witch trials. Many of them may in fact now be residing in this hotel.

Haunted Michigan

Marquette, Michigan

Landmark Inn - Lake Superior, Michigan
Around the time the hotel first opened in 1930 on the shores of Lake Superior, a librarian in town fell in love with a sailor. He was to make one last journey before coming home to marry her, but the ship and crew never returned. The librarian is said to still haunt the Lilac Room, which has a view of Lake Superior. She is believed to be watching for her sailor's return.

Haunted Mississippi
Natchez - Monmouth Plantation

Haunted New York
Bolton Landing - The Sagamore
Grand Island - Holiday Inn

Haunted North Carolina
Asheville - Grove Park Inn Resort and Spa
Chapel Hill - Carolina Inn

Haunted Ohio


Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza - 35 W. Fifth Street, Cincinnati, OH
During the hotel's construction in the 1930s, one of the laborers was killed. His body was never found. "The Lady in Green" has been seen in the Mezzanine level and the Hall of Mirrors. It is believed that she is the widow of the construction worker who died, and her restless spirit seeks his body.

Haunted Oregon
Portland - The Heathman Hotel

Haunted South Dakota

Bullock Hotel - 633 Main St, Deadwood, SD
The hotel was founded by Seth Bullock, Deadwood's first sheriff, and he has never left. His ghost walks the halls. Bullock was sheriff in the 1870s and died here in 1919 but was never really laid to rest. He was the sheriff "whose gaze could stop fights." Since then, nearly three dozen people have seen his ghost. These include guests, employees, and managers of the hotel.

Haunted Texas

The Menger Hotel - 204 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX
One night after an argument with her husband, Sallie White, a chambermaid at The Menger Hotel in San Antonio, stayed at the hotel (presumably with another man). The next day her husband threatened to kill her. On March 28, 1876, Sallie was attacked by her husband and she died two days later. The hotel paid for the funeral cost of $32, as recorded in the hotel ledger. Legend has it that Sallie White still roams the halls of the Victorian wing of the hotel. A few years ago, a guest wanted extra towels. He opened the door of his room and called out to a maid who ignored him. The guest called the front desk to inquire why the maid was so rude. He described the maid and her uniform -- one that was worn in the late 1800s.

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Haunted Vermont

Manchester Village

Equinox - 3567 Main Street, Manchester Village, VT 05254
Mary Todd Lincoln spent two summers vacationing at The Equinox with her children. Hotel staff has reported spotting the apparition of a mother and son, believed to be Mary Todd Lincoln and one of her sons.

Haunted Washington
San Juan Islands - Rosario Resort

Haunted Washington, DC
Renaissance Mayflower Hotel; Hay-Adams Hotel

Haunted Wisconsin
Fond du Lac - Ramada Plaza Hotel
Milwaukee - Pfister Hotel

Haunted Wyoming
Cheyenne - The Plains Hotel
Jackson Hole - The Wort Hotel

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