The most mysterious and bloody hotels of the world haunted
You still don't believe in ghosts? Then we invite you to visit one of the hotels to ensure the opposite. It would seem that places like the tourists try to…

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Raffles Hotel Singapore
Legendary hotel – witness the days of the British Empire and today remains one of the best in Singapore. In the year of its centenary, in 1987, Raffles Hotel was…

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The most famous and popular haunted

Many hotels in the world are becoming popular due to the fact that in addition to the usual guests on their territory and these often appear in the form in which the veins run cold blood. Here are some of the most famous hotels with ghosts that are located in different countries of the world:

Russell Hotel, Sydney, Australia: Australian hotel, located near Sydney, often there is the Ghost of a sailor from the colonial era. Guests staying in a particular room number 8, talk about what you saw sailor, observing how they sleep or just wandering through the corridors of the hotel.

The Langham in London: the Hotel is located in the chic West End in London is a luxury five-star hotel, which is rumored to be home to many famous perfumes such as mark TWAIN, George Orwell and Charles de Gaulle. Moreover, the hotel is known for its supernatural inhabitants, who were first seen by journalists from the BBC after the Second world war. Reporters claim to have seen the Ghost of Emperor Napoleon III and a German Prince who, according to rumors, he died by jumping from the fourth floor of the hotel. The number 333 is considered a favorite place of ghosts.

Fairmont Banff Springs in Banff springs, Alberta, Canada: This is a very beautiful hotel located in the Rocky mountains, and the Ghost of a former hotel employee, who worked as a messenger and died immediately after his resignation in 1967. In addition to tohana guests saw the Ghost of a young bride who died at the hotel on her wedding day.

Hotel Del Coronado in San Diego, USA: This hotel occupies 28 acres of Pacific coastline in San Diego, California. The hotel has gained its fame thanks to a mysterious murder. After one of the guests, Kate Morgan, was found in his room dead in 1892, the guests began to complain of sudden smoke, or strange sounds.

Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, Hollywood, USA: here was held the first award ceremony of the Oscars in 1929. It is believed that at the same time, reside the ghosts of pop stars Marilyn Monroe and Montgomery Jacket. The specter Jacket is not always found playing wind instruments in his old room.

Ballygally Castle Hotel, Larne, Northern Ireland: This huge castle was built in 1625 and later was converted into a hotel. The Ghost of the former lady of the castle, Isobel Shaw is said to this day continue to threaten the visitors of the hotel, knocking at the doors of the rooms, and then mysteriously disappearing. It is believed that the Show died after plummeting from her bedroom window, after her husband locked her in a room, thus dooming on starvation.

The most unusual hotels in the world
When choosing a hotel, we often wonder are there any attractions nearby. But there are hotels that are themselves the main attraction in those places where they are located. Fantasy…

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Unusual hotel in a former factory of vacuum cleaners
Hotel Hüttenpalast in Berlin is more reminiscent of a miniature village: accommodation-cabins (Hütten in German translates as cabins) are scattered throughout the factory. Next to each "cabin" is a cozy…