It shouldn’t be a surprise that some ancient castles would have a spirit or two. Castle Stuart in Scotland is particularly well-known for being haunted.
Head to Arkansas for this paranormal hotpsot, and spend some time in the dining room. That’s where the most sightings happen.
This is Canada’s version of the Stanley Hotel, also up in the Rockies. Several gruesome deaths could be the cause of the ghost sightings.
Out in British Columbia, this hotel is apparently home to several different spirits.
Not only is this hotel haunted, it’s a budget hostel in an old jail building. Maybe you’ll meet some inmates who never really left.
In the heart of New Orleans, the Hotel Provincial has had its share of ghostly tales told by the guests.
Another southern USA location in Louisiana, the home of a 200-year old plantation mansion. They claim to be one of the most haunted places in America.
Near where the story Sleepy Hollow was set, this hotel offers luxury accommodations and potential scares in New York state.
The historic gold rush in California has certainly left some spirits in its wake, and the National Hotel is home to a few of them.
This is a boat as well as a hotel, so it’s a fun place to stay in any case. They offer a scary ghost tour but its better to see the ship on your own for more authentic experiences.
Famous for its role in the Stephen King book “The Shining”, the real-life hotel is up in the Colorado Rocky Mountains and is known to be genuinely haunted.