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12 of America’s Most Haunted Hotels

Want a “BOO!” with your next hotel booking? With a bit of luck, you’ll receive a complimentary creep-out and more when you check in at one of these historic hotels.
Have a look at this list of America’s 12 most haunted hotel and see which one is the best for your next ghost hunting adventure.
Admiral Fell Inn 
888 South Broadway, Baltimore, Maryland 21231
One of Baltimore’s top rated hotels, the Admiral Fell Inn is also one of its most haunted. Located in the Fell’s Point area near the city’s historic harbor, the hotel actually offers its own ghost tours.
Bullock Hotel
633 Main Street, Deadwood, South Dakota 57732
It is said that the original owner of the Bullock as well as the first sheriff of Deadwood, South Dakota still haunt the halls of this 19th century hotel – the oldest in the city.
Copper Queen Hotel
11 Howell Avenue, Bisbee, Arizona 85603
The longest continuously operated hotel in Arizona, the Copper Queen is famous for a number of guests who, even in the afterlife, has chosen to never check out of their room. Intrepid ghost hunters know to as for Julia’s room, where prostitute Julia Lowell fell in love with a client and committed suicide when she realized she could never have him.
Crescent Hotel 
75 Prospect Avenue, Eureka Springs, Arkansas 72632
Known as the most haunted hotel in America, the grand old Crescent Hotel Spa in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas is famous for the many sightings across the decades of spirits seen roaming the hotel and its grounds in Victoria garb.
Hotel del Coronado
1500 Orange Avenue, San Diego, California 92118
This Victorian Era beachside resort hotel’s most notable ghost is said to be Kate Morgan who’s death in Room 3502 remains a mystery but is believed to have been an act of murder by her estranged husband.
Hotel Galvez & Spa
2024 Seawall Boulevard, Galveston, Texas 77550
Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the beachfront Hotel Galvez & Spa is haunted by the “ghost bride” who still waits for her fiancé although he died at sea before they could wed.
Jerome Grand Hotel
200 Hill Street, Jerome, Arizona 86331
This 1920s mission style hotel set high on a hill above the Verde Valley is home to Room 32 where a ghost is said to remain from during the time when the hotel was a hospital.
Marshall House
123 East Broughton Street, Savannah, Georgia 31401
Some say Savannah is the most haunted city in America, and a lot of the haunting going on seems to happen at this 164-year-old hotel. Serving as a hospital three times during the Civil War, a “ghostly presence” has been felt by staff and guests in all areas of the Marshall House ever since.
Menger Hotel
204 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, Texas 78205
Situated next to the Alamo, the Menger Hotel is believed by many to be the most haunted hotel in Texas with more than 30 ghosts.
Provincial Hotel
1024 Chartres Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70116
An eloquent grand hotel steeped in history, the Provincial Hotel is famed for having multiple ghosts. That the hotel’s grounds cover the site of a convent that burned down in the 1870s is but one of the explanations for the many eerie manifestations reported here throughout the years.
Retlaw Plaza Hotel
1 Main Street, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 54935
Previously named the Ramada Plaza Hotel, this hotel was once a popular destination for Chicago gangsters. The ghost of its original owner – who was murdered in the hotel – has been known to bang on walls, scream, turn lights on and off and generally haunt the hotel.
Stanley Hotel
333 East Wonderview Avenue, Estes Park, Colorado 80517
Stephen King based his hit horror novel The Shining on the stories about this haunted hotel – and to this day folks still speak of a presence and inexplicable occurrences  during their stay.
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