The Most Haunted Hotels In The World

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Fairmont Banff Springs, Canada – It is believed that the ghost of a former employee still wanders in the hotel. Sam Mccauley was a bellhop who announced his retirement and died in 1975. Since then, guests have reported seeing him in full uniform and even helping them out like he never left. The Fairmont Banff Springs is a year-round luxury mountain resort. 

Akasaka Weekly Mansion – This is one of the most haunted hotels in the world. It is located in Tokyo. Many guests have been traumatized by some horror events in this hotel. According to some ghost stories, guests have experienced ghostly mist, apparitions, and touch of disembodied hands during their sleep. One woman also claims that she was dragged across her room by her hair.

El Convento, Puerto Rico – This hotel is located in San Juan. It was the home of Dona Ana, a war-widow. When she became a cloister for local nuns, her home was transformed into a hotel. It opened as a permanent hotel in 1995. People have sighted nuns’ robes and heard swishing sounds in various rooms. It is believed that the ghost encounters people who sleep in too late.

Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, USA – Marilyn Monroe was a resident at this landmark Los Angeles hotel which hosted the first Academy Awards in 1929. Guests and hotel staff have reported seeing a blonde woman in the long mirror found in Monroe’s former suite. It is believed that the ghosts of actor, Montgomery Clift, and pop star, Marilyn Monroe frequent this hotel.

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Hotel Berchielli, Italy – Built in the mid-20th century in Florence, this hotel has always been a popular residence for musicians, artists and politicians. Many guests have reported seeing a phantom woman just sitting in a chair and knitting, and a little child skipping in the hallways. Guests also feel an icy breathing sensation in many rooms of the hotel.

Langham Hotel, London – opened in 1865 and has been visited by several literary greats, including Mark Twain, Oscar Wilde and Arthur Conan Doyle. The most common sighting is of a man in Victorian evening wear in Room 333, who apparently appears only during October. Another guest claimed to have seen the figure of a man in military attire standing by the window on the fourth floor, which is said to be the ghost of a German Prince who jumped out of a window before the start of the First World War.

Ballygally Castle Hotel, Northern Ireland – This hotel was built in 1625 in Larne. The Lady of the Castle, Isobel Shaw, still continues to traumatize guests visiting this hotel. It is believed that her ghost knocks on different doors. Shaw fell from her bedroom window and succumbed to her injuries. She was locked in her room by her husband to starve to death. It is believed she has wandered the castle for over 400 years in search of the son who was taken from her.