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7 Haunted Hotels in the World


1. Langham Hotel in London

Located in the classy district of west London, this five star hotel has been home to several famous guests. George Orwell, Mark Twain and Charles de Gaulle. But, one thing that concerns of this hotel is, the emergence of the figure of the Emperor Napoleon III and the ghost of a German prince who died jumping from the fourth floor is seen by the BBC after World War II. Reportedly, room 333 into room full of ghosts gather.



2. Hotel El Convento in San Juan, Puerto Rico

Originally the home of a war widow, Dona Ana who was also a nobleman, before becoming a cloister for local nuns house. The property is then turned into the hotel in 1960 and permanently opened as a hotel in 1995.

Wheezing sounds spooky and nuns often heard and seen by the end. In fact, some are claimed to be woken by the ghost of Dona Ana if they sleep late.



3. Fairmontt Banff Springs in Banff Springs, Alberta Canada

A lovely hotel located in Rocky pegununggan, reported to be a ghostly appearance of the hotel employee, ie, a 'bellhop' who died after announcing his retirement in 1967.


Some of the guests and staff members claimed to see a vision of man in full uniform, helping the guests as if he never left. And a young bride who died in the hotel on her wedding day, has also been seen in the area of ​​the hotel.


4. Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood, USA

Being the venue for the first Academy Awards in 1929 and became a place handprints of Hollywood stars, was to do with the celebrities do not end there.

Ghost of pop star Marilyn Monroe and Montgomery Clift actor, an issue sighting at the hotel.





5. Burchianti Hotel in Florence, Italy

A popular place for artists, musicians and politicians in the middle of the 20th century. Hotel Burchianti has been a rumor for a ghost story, although the story is not so scary.


Some states are seeing visions of two small children skipping down the hall and saw a ghost woman knitting in a chair. Fresco space at hotel guests make the most of cold sensation.



6. Stanley Hotel in Colorado, United States

Opened in 1909 which offers a spectacular panoramic view of the Rocky Mountains, the famous Stanley Hotel as a classic horror film, "The Shining" featuring Jack Nicholson. A film that motivated Stephen King story. When King to stay at this hotel, opened his suitcase mysteriously himself when he briefly left the room.

Stanley Hotel is also home to many ghosts, including the hotel's owners, FO Stanley. Other visitors reported hearing the sound of children playing in the evening, and a woman who froze to death in the basement of the concert hall is regularly seen roaming the hotel.


7. Hotel Grand Hyatt in Taipei, Taiwan


Centrally located in the business, shopping and entertainment in Taipei, Grand Hyatt luxury hotel known to locals as the hotel is haunted. Trust is built on the former land of political prisoners in the prisons of war where many were executed. Since then the hotel is a place for a ghost. Therefore, Chinese silk adorn the entrance of the hotel, and the lobby is styled with sacred scrolls.

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