November 5, 2011

Haunted Hotels You Never Known

During the holiday seasons most of us plan to travel for enjoyment and fun with our family members and friends. While we travel abroad we are more attracted and preferred to stay in luxurious hotels where we can sense like staying in heaven.
But do you know in the world there are some luxurious hotels which are haunted? It's quite freaky and surprising but the popular online travel advisor, has offered a list of haunted hotels all around the world.

Here are the top five haunted hotels from that list:

Langham Hotel, London:

Langham Hotel, London
This historic luxurious hotel was built between Eighteen sixty three and Eighteen sixty five at a cost of Three Hundred Thousand Pounds. This hotel is one of the largest and traditional style grand hotels in the city of London. This grand five star hotel has been home to many famous guests in real-life, including George Orwell, Mark Twain and Charles de Gaulle. Many reporters claim to have seen the ghost of Emperor Napoleon III, and a German prince who died by jumping out of a fourth-floor window. The hotel's room 333 is said to be the room where many of the ghosts like to assemble every time.

Hotel del Coronado, San Diego, USA:Hotel del Coronado, San Diego, USA
Hotel del Coronado is also known as The Del and Hotel del. It is a beachfront luxury hotel in the city of Coronado, just across the San Diego Bay from San Diego, California. It is one of the surviving examples for American architectural genus. This hotel started its business in the year February Eighteen Eighty Eight. It occupies 28 acres of the Pacific coastline in San Diego, California. This luxurious hotel is also subjected to a long-standing murder mystery. The guests in the hotel have complained of hearing strange noises and smoky apparitions ever since the body of guest Kate Morgan was found in the hotel steps in the year 1892. Kate had killed herself. Many of the visitors who believe in superstitions still avoid staying in the room where she was staying.

Fairmont Banff Springs, Alberta, Canada:
Fairmont Banff Springs, Alberta, Canada

This hotel is a former railway hotel and it is constructed in Scottish Baronial style is located in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. The original hotel was designed by American architect Bruce Price. It was built between spring of Eighteen Eighty Seven and Eighteen Eighty Eight by the Canadian Pacific Railway. This hotel has also been referred to as the most haunted structure in Alberta, Canada. The resident ghost in that hotel is been reported as the former employee in that hotel itself. A bellhop had died after he had announced his retirement in Nineteen Sixty Seven. Even after his death Sam Macauley, is been seen in the full uniform by the guests even today helping out guests in the same way he was working earlier when he worked there. Some say that a young bride who had died in that hotel on her wedding day has also been seen sometimes within the

Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, Hollywood, USA:Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, Hollywood, USA
This hotel is a historic Spanish-style hotel located at Seven thousand Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. It started its business in the year Nineteen Twenty Seven on May Fifteenth. This twelve story building with Three hundred rooms and suites was built with the cost of $ 2.5 million. This luxurious hotel is under the list of haunted hotels. The ghost of pop star Marilyn Monroe has been sighted roaming. He was a permanent and popular resident of the hotel when he lived. Actor Montgomery Clift has been seen playing his brass instrument in his old room in the hotel.

Hotel Burchianti, Florence, Italy:Hotel Burchianti, Florence, Italy
Burchianti hotel is located on the first floor of an old building with character and history. It is a three starred building. This hotel is a popular place for hanging out for popular artists, musicians and politicians in the mid early Twentieth century. This hotel is also noted with many ghostly rumors. Many guests have complained seeing visions of both a child skipping down the hallways and also the have complained of seeing a phantom woman knitting in a chair. There are reports of guests feeling an icy breath sensation

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