Directory of Haunted Hotels in the United States of America

Directory of Haunted Hotels in the United States of America


Alabama Montgomery – Tutwiler Hotel

Alaska Skagway – Golden North Hotel

Arkansas Eureka Springs – Crescent Hotel

Flagstaff – Monte Vista Hotel
Douglas – Gadsden Hotel (on Southwest U.S. for Visitors)
Phoenix – Hotel San Carlos
Prescott – Hotel Vendome; Hassayampa Inn
Scottsdale – The Hermosa Inn

Carmel-by-the-Sea – La Playa Hotel and Cottages
Coloma – Sierra Nevada House
Coronado – Hotel del Coronado
Grass Valley – Holbrooke Hotel
Groveland – Groveland Hotel
Healdsburg – Madrona Manor
Hollywood – Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel
La Jolla – Grande Colonial Hotel
Long Beach – Queen Mary Hotel
Mendocino – Mendocino Hotel and Garden Suite
Napa – Napa River Inn
San Jose – Hyatt Hotel St. Claire

San Luis Obispo – Paso Robles Inn
Santa Monica – Georgian Hotel
Ventura – Pierpont Inn

Denver – Brown Palace Hotel
Estes Park – Stanley Hotel

Griswald – Homespun Farm
New London – Lighthouse Inn

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

Augusta – The Partridge Inn
Jekyll Island – Jekyll Island Club Hotel

Illinois St. Charles – Hotel Baker

Iowa Bentonsport – Mason House Inn

New Orleans – 1891 Castle Inn; Hotel Maison de Ville; Le Pavilion; Delta Queen Steamboat
St. Francisville – Myrtles Plantation

Boston – The Omni Parker House
Salem – The Hawthorne Hotel

Michigan Marquette – The Landmark Inn

Mississippi Natchez – Monmouth Plantation

New York
Bolton Landing – The Sagamore
Grand Island – Holiday Inn

North Carolina
Asheville – Grove Park Inn Resort and Spa
Chapel Hill – Carolina Inn

Ohio Cincinnati – Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza

Oregon Portland – The Heathman Hotel

Bethlehem – Hotel Bethlehem
Gettysburg – Farnsworth House Inn

Texas San Antonio – Menger Hotel

Vermont Manchester Village – The Equinox

Washington San Juan Islands – Rosario Resort

Washington, DC
Omni Shoreham Hotel; Hay-Adams Hotel; Renaissance Mayflower Hotel

Fond du Lac – Ramada Plaza Hotel
Milwaukee – Pfister Hotel

Casper – Ivy House Inn
Cheyenne – The Plains Hotel
Jackon Hole – The Wort Hotel

More Haunted Hotels…

Puerto Rico Old San Juan – Hotel El Convento

Canada New Brunswick – The Fairmont Algonquin

Alphabetical directory of haunted hotels.

Haunted Hotel – Hotel Bethlehem in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
The Hotel Bethlehem is built on a historic site that dates back to the beginning of the town, back in 1741.

1891 Castle Inn
This guest house in the Garden District of New Orleans also houses a couple of ghosts.

Brown Palace Hotel
One former staff member of the hotel’s restaurant just doesn’t know when to call it quits.

Carolina Inn
A doctor who likes to play practical jokes is still teasing guests.

Casa de la Paz Bayfront
The ghost of a young woman who died of sadness remains in the hotel.

Crescent Hotel
There are a number of ghosts haunting the historic Crescent Hotel, including a confused doctor and a mischievous mason.

Delta Queen Steamboat
Mary B. “Ma” Green doesn’t appreciate it when things aren’t run the way she likes, even after her death.

Don Cesar Beach Resort and Spa
A couple who were not allowed to be together in life haunt the hotel after their deaths.

Mary Todd Lincoln and her children are said to haunt the inn.

Fairmont Algonquin
This seaside resort hotel has several ghostly staff members helping out.

Georgian Hotel
This hotel’s ghosts are heard rather than seen.

Golden North Hotel
Two ghosts are said to haunt this hotel, including a ghostly orb and a young girl.

Grande Colonial Hotel
Ghosts who like to party well into the night wake guests up at this historic hotel.

Grove Park Inn Resort
The Pink Lady is a flirty and friendly ghost from the 1920s.

Groveland Hotel
The Groveland Hotel is haunted by a friendly trickster of a ghost named Lyle.

Hassayampa Inn
A woman named Faith haunts this inn.

Hawthorne Hotel
A courteous ghost may share the bathroom with you at this Salem hotel.

Hay-Adams Hotel
A woman who committed suicide reappears on the anniversary of her death.

Heathman Hotel
All the rooms that end in “03” seem to be haunted by the same ghost.

Hermosa Inn
A tall, lanky cowboy roams the halls of this historic hotel.

Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza
This French Art Deco hotel is reportedly haunted by “The Lady in Green.”

Holiday Inn
The ghost of a little girl haunts this hotel in New York.

Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel
Montgomery Clift and Marilyn Monroe are two of the stars said to have left a bit of themselves behind at this haunted hotel, the Hollywood Roosevelt.

Homespun Farm
The original owner of the hotel still makes his ghostly presence known.

Hotel Baker
A chambermaid who lost her fiance is believed to still haunt the halls.

Hotel Del Coronado
One woman who died in the Hotel Del Coronado still waits for her husband to return.

Hotel El Convento
Widow Doña Ana dedicated her life – and apparently her afterlife – to this convent-turned-hotel.

Hotel Maison de Ville
A small historic hotel in New Orleans, the Hotel Maison de Ville includes buildings from the 1700s, one of which is inhabited by a ghostly guest.

Hotel San Carlos
A young woman who lept to her death from the roof haunts this hotel in Arizona.

Hotel Vendome
Rooom 16 is haunted by the former owner and her cat.

Hyatt Hotel St. Claire
A guest reports the mysterious smell of cigar smoke coming from a leather chair.

Ivy House Inn
Guests in this haunted inn in Casper, Wyoming often report encounters with the previous owner and her siamese cats.

Jekyll Island Club
A mysterious bellman from the 1920s seeks out honeymooning couples.

La Playa Hotel & Cottages
A woman from the Ghiradelli chocolate clan haunts this Bayside hotel.

Landmark Inn
Ghosts of this hotel on Lake Superior.

Le Pavilion Hotel
This luxurious grand hotel in downtown New Orleans is said to be haunted by four ghosts.

Lighthouse Inn
A bride who died suddenly doesn’t want to leave.

Madrona Manor
Ask for Room 101, and you may spot the ghost of a young girl.

Mendocino Hotel And Garden Suite
A woman in Victorian dress walks among the tables in this haunted Northern California hotel restaurant.

Menger Hotel
A maid who died there still walks the halls.

Monmouth Plantation
A uniformed army general has been spotted at this inn.

Monte Vista Hotel
This former Hollywood hangout now hosts several ghostly guests, including a bank robber, a phantom bellboy and a mysterious woman.

Myrtles Plantation
This plantation bd and breakfast an hour outside of New Orleans is home to several ghosts.

Omni Parker House
The third floor is the paranormal hotspot at this historic Boston hotel.

Omni Shoreham
Unexplained phenomenon are reported in the presidential suite, perhaps connected to two mysterious deaths.

Partridge Inn
A heartbroken bride haunts this historic inn in Georgia.

Paso Robles Inn
A worried clerk calls the front desk to alert the staff to trouble.

Pfister Hotel
The hotel’s original owner reportedly still keeps an eye on the place.

Pierpont Inn
Former owners and managers of this hotel just can’t seem to let go.

Plains Hotel
Another jilted honeymooner named Rosie haunts this historic hotel.

Queen Mary Hotel
This hotel in an historic ocean liner is one of the most haunted places in the world.

Ramada Plaza Hotel
A number of mysterious incidents have been reported at this hotel in San Jose.

Renaissance Mayflower Hotel
Calvin Coolidge missed his Inaugural Ball here in 1925, but seems to be making up for it now.

Rosario Resort
The eccentric wife of the hotel’s original owner is said to still appear to guests.

Sagamore Hotel
A little boy who once chased golf balls on the course still appears to guests.

Stanley Hotel
The Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado, which inspired Steven King’s ‘The Shining,’ has a few ghosts of its own.

Tutwiler Hotel
The ghost of Colonel Tutwiler takes over in the kitchen after hours.

Wort Hotel
A ghost named Bob watches over this hotel.

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1 Response to Directory of Haunted Hotels in the United States of America

  1. lien macklin says:

    Keep on writing, great job!

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