25 Of The World’s Most Haunted Hotels

While most tourists usually try to avoid staying at haunted hotels at all cost, there are people out there who are attracted to these creepy places. If you are one of these weirdly adventurous travelers, you will certainly enjoy this post featuring 25 Of The World’s Most Haunted Hotels. Sites of various crimes, accidents and other tragic stories, haunted hotels can be found all over the world. While some of the haunted hotels have turned their bleak reputation into an effective marketing tool to attract curious tourists, others wish nobody knew about their horrifying legacy. In these 25 Of The World’s Most Haunted Hotels, things like moaning, screaming, mysterious sounds, eerie apparitions, furniture that move by itself and other unexplainable phenomena are not unusual. From the feared Welsh Skirrid Mountain Inn where guests often feel invisible ropes tightening around their necks to the haunted Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in India where tens of people were brutally murdered in a terrorist attack, staying at any of these 25 Of The World’s Most Haunted Hotels is definitely not recommended for the faint-hearted. (But you’re not faint-hearted are you? We didn’t think so).

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Karosta Prison, Latvia

Karosta Prison, LatviaSource: www.telegraph.co.uk, image: commons.wikimedia.org

Karosta was used as a Nazi and Soviet military prison where thousands of prisoners died. These days, the site serves as a bizarre hotel where guests are treated like prisoners. Multiple paranormal activities have allegedly been witnessed at the hotel with visitors claiming to have heard footsteps, whispers, and audible warnings such as “get out of here”.


Crescent Hotel, Arkansas

Crescent Hotel, ArkansasSource and image: en.wikipedia.org

Built as a luxury hotel and spa in 1886, the Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, is considered to be one of the most haunted hotels in the US. The hotel is said to be haunted by at least eight different spirits all of whom are believed to be ghosts of people most of which died at the hotel during its gloomy history.


Dr. Holms Hotel, Norway

Dr. Holms Hotel, Norway Source: extrastory.cz, image: commons.wikimedia.org

Located at the renowned ski resort town of Geilo, southern Norway, the Dr. Holms Hotel is a large, luxury hotel with spa, swimming pools, gyms and many other facilities. However, this hotel is also popular for its ghost sightings. The legend has it that in 1926, a young woman hanged herself at the attic and her ghost lives in room No. 320.


Hotel Burchianti, Italy

Hotel Burchianti, ItalySource: www.huffingtonpost.com, image: metro.cz (not a CC picture)

Situated at the heart of Florence, one of the world´s most romantic cities, Hotel Burchianti is definitely not a place where lovers want to stay. Numerous guests have claimed to see creepy translucent figures, feel icy cold breath in their faces and hear indefinable human voices.


Hotel del Coronado, California

Hotel del Coronado, CaliforniaSource: hauntedamericatours.com, image: en.wikipedia.org

When it opened in 1888, the Hotel del Coronado was the largest resort hotel in the world. Nowadays, this San Diego hotel ranks among the most haunted hotels in the US with employees, workers and guests experiencing odd noises, spirited breezes, strange faces and a ghostly figure of a young lady wearing a black lace dress.

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