With Halloween just around the corner we thought we would embark upon a unique experience and stay in a number of haunted hotels throughout the United States. If you’re into things that go bump in the night, there is no better time of year than Halloween to stay in a haunted hotel. There are hundreds of hotels that claim to be haunted. Ghost seekers from all over the world transcend on these haunted hotels in hopes of witnessing a real spirit. Let Getaroom.com help you with booking the best haunted hotel deals for Halloween and beyond.
Hotel Del Coronado in San Diego – The very haunted Hotel Del Coronado, located just outside of San Diego, has a ghostly tale of unrequited love. Employees, workers and guests have been puzzled by odd noises, spirited breezes, strange faces and the ghostly figure of a young lady wearing a black lace dress.
Le Pavillion in New Orleans – Strange noises in the night, vaporous apparitions of figures standing at the foot of your bed. Coverlets and bed sheets being tugged into the air, from early morning to after midnight. Anytime is the right time to find a ghost here in this Haunted Hotel.
The Menger Hotel in San Antonio – The Menger hotel has been named one of the scariest places in San Antonio, Texas. If you are searching to experience a literal mausoleum of ghosts, this haunted hotel is the place to be. Built next door to the Alamo in 1859, the Menger has hosted guests such as Teddy Roosevelt, Oscar Wilde, Babe Ruth and other figures of history.
Bourbon Orleans in the French Quarter – Sightings include a Confederate soldier on the sixth and seventh floors, ghost children and women from the building’s time as a convent, and the lonely dancer in the famous Orleans Ballroom.
The Queen Mary in Long Beach, California - This is a hotel in an historic ocean liner that no longer sails. Even so, some of the ship’s past guests are reported to still be aboard. Many incidents of strange rapping noises, moving objects, disembodied voices, and ghostly apparitions walking the halls and stairs have been reported by staff, guests, and Investigators on the docked ship.
Hotel Monteleone in New Orleans’ French Quarter – A night at Hotel Monteleone could include visits from child-like spirits, experiences with locked doors that open and shut on their own, and an elevator with a mind of its own.
With rates as low as $97/night, you can experience staying in one of many haunted hotels, or choose to tour a variety of haunted locations throughout the United States. Getaroom.com offers plenty of great lodging options for your stay. Browse through our selection of haunted hotels and call for the best rates.