Top Haunted Hotels Selected by Travelocity Editors

If you’re into visiting dark places that reek of ghost dust and scary stories and need some inspiration for your next trip and some more fuel for your passion for scary movies and the “Supernatural” TV series, you’re in luck. Probably inspired by the soon to come Halloween and the generous dark tourism market, Travelocity’s editors have thought of a top of haunted hotels in the US to accommodate you and your hunger for ghost lands.

Of course, this in not just a simple top of haunted hotels in the US, it also comes with a seasoned menu of Travelocity deals for each of these hotels. Without further delays, here are the scariest, most restless-spirit-rich hotel destinations in the USA, the ghosts haunting them and the respective special freaky offers:

Historic Anchorage Hotel, Anchorage, AK

Spotted ghosts –  woman in a wedding dress, a laughing little boy and girl and John ‘Jack’ Sturges, the first Chief of Police, shot with his own gun in an alley behind the hotel in 1921.
“Ghostly Sale” with 20 percent off room rates

The Homestead, Hot Springs, VA
Spotted ghosts – woman dressed in old-fashioned clothes asking for the time; supposedly left on her wedding day, the ceremony was arranged at the hotel.
Special fall room rates

Hotel San Carlos, Phoenix, AZ
Spotted ghosts –  Leone Jensen, actress who leaped from the rooftop in 1928

On weekends in October, November and December the hotel conducts ghost tours with access to parts of the hotel typically closed to the public.

Hotel Jerome, Aspen, CO
Spotted ghosts – a 10-year-old who drowned in the hotel’s swimming pool.

The hotel gives complimentary haunted tours upon request.

Hotel Monteleone, New Orleans, LA

Spotted ghosts – said to be home to more than a dozen spirits, including a little boy named Maurice, whose father died on a trip to New Orleans and whose mother died shortly thereafter.

Queen Mary Hotel, Long Beach, CA
Spotted ghosts – one of the most haunted locations in the world, with as many as 200 spirits.

There are a variety of paranormal tours and haunted explorations available.

For more details on the haunted hotels of America, please see the official release from Travelocity here.





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