Because we’re nearing Halloween and I have a weakness for the abandoned and eerie, I decided to share with you 13 Haunted US Hotels you can book this Halloween weekend. The post comes courtesy of Hipmunk, and also gives you prices and locations to help make your choice.
With the current buzz around “American Horror Story: Hotel” and the enduring obsession with “The Shining”, it seems America’s twisted love story with haunted hotels won’t be dying off any time soon.
Indeed, a few months ago we asked 1,000 Hipmunk users whether or not they would stay in a hotel if they found out it was haunted. The answer was overwhelmingly affirmative, with 68 percent of respondents checking the yes box.
With Halloween hiding right around the corner, we decided to look at the seasonal cost of 13 well known haunted hotels. As a treat, we also did the research on whether they offer a haunted tour or a package. Happy haunting!
|Haunted Hotels by Avg. Seasonal Nightly Cost|
|Hotel Name||Location||Avg. Price||Haunted Package/ Tour|
|Queen Mary||Long Beach, CA||$136||Yes|
|Hotel Provincial||New Orleans, LA||$149||No|
|Carolina Inn||Chapel Hill, NC||$187||Yes|
|Marshall House||Savannah, GA||$190||No|
|Le Pavillon Hotel||New Orleans, LA||$200||No|
|Crescent Hotel & Spa||Eureka Springs, AR||$205||Yes|
|Emily Morgan Hotel||Waco, TX||$209||No|
|Hotel Galvez & Spa||Galveston, TX||$237||Yes|
|Heathman Hotel||Portland, OR||$252||No|
|Stanley Hotel||Estes Park, CO||$288||Yes|
|La Fonda on the Plaza||Santa Fe, NM||$296||No|
|Hotel Roosevelt||Los Angeles, CA||$338||No|
|Hotel del Coronado||Coronado, CA||$397||Yes|
This post was posted by thehipmunk on Hipmunk’s Tailwind blog on October 12th.
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