Top 10 Scary Hotels You Should Never Stay At

Top 10 Scary Hotels You Should Never Stay At

Hello and welcome back to the Most Amazing
Channel on the Internet! I am your host Rebecca Felgate and we are getting freaky and creepy
as we talk the Top 10 Scary Hotels You Should Never Stay AT! I LOVE travel…I travel as MUCH as I can!
I love staying in hotels! I love it! I love bathrobes especially….. The best hotel I
have ever stayed at was The Blackstone in Chicago! It is SO GOOD!
Let me know the best hotel you have ever stayed at in the comments section down below! LIKE SHARE SUB DESCRIPTION BOX When the hotel that inspired the shining is
on this list YOU KNOW it’s bad. 10 The Stanley Hotel
So the Stanley Hotel was the place that inspired Stephen King to write one of the most horrifying
novel turned horrifying films of all time. The resort is in Colorado and built in the
Rocky Mountains. The building has a rich history of paranormal goings on across the entire
hotel, but in particular the 4th floor and room 217 are said to be the most haunted.
The room was where King stayed the night and was also said to have once been the site of
an unfortunate explosion. This is What Stephen King said about the stay that inspired what
is arguably his most famous novel. I dreamt of my three-year-old son running through the
corridors, looking back over his shoulder, eyes wide, screaming,” “He was being chased
by a fire-hose. I woke up with a tremendous jerk, sweating all over, within an inch of
falling out of bed. I got up, lit a cigarette, sat in the chair looking out the window at
the Rockies, and by the time the cigarette was done, I had the bones of the book firmly
set in my mind.” Yikes. ALSO…. Staff who frequent the concert hall at night report
hearing the words GET OUT whispered softly. 9 -Taj Mahal Palace
Located in India, although not actually in the Taj Mahal, this hotel has a woesome backstory.
Despite the Mumbai Hotel being grand and beautiful – it is said that the French Architecht WA
Chambers accidentally built it backwards and was so distraught that he committed suicide
by jumping from the fifth floor. According to a lot of first hand reports from staff
at the lavish hotel, the architect still roams the halls at night. The hotel also the site
of a terror attack in 2008 in which the hotel was seized and 31 people were killed. The
hotel was back up and running soon after as a symbol of strength and resilience, but the
memory of the attacks live on.. 8The Drovers Inn
Oh, Scotland, I dream of you always! I would stay anywhere in Scotland, even here! The
Drovers Inn is located in Inverarnan in Loch Lomond. The Drovers Inn dates back to the
1700s, a time when things were really kicking off in Scotland! The Inn is the best kind
of hotel because it is also a pub… with just a small number of rooms so you can get
nice and cosy with those ghosts…of which there are many! Room 6 is said to be plagued
by mysterious orb lights. A ghostly child appears in a pink dress on the staircase and
Room 115 is haunted by a voyeur ! It seems a couple stayed in the room one night and
were awoken by strange flashes. Thinking nothing of it, they went back to sleep. The next morning
when they were packing up, they found their camera out of place. Weird. They didnt think
too much of it until later when they went through the pictures… there were some creepy
images of the couple sleeping. The pair were freaked out as the room was locked when they
went to bed but none the less they called the Inn to report the goings on. The Inn responded
that no staff would have had access to the room and even if they had, they could not
enter if it was locked from the inside. CREEPY.. I’d still stay. I love Scotland ! 7 Hotel Galvez
I have always wanted to go to Texas – I have never been but I am keen…. Honestly I am
keen to go everywhere and anywhere … but Texas IS high up. Anyway, Hotel Galvez is
located on Galveston Island on the Gulf of Mexico and was built in 1911. Over 100 years
later and the Queen of the Gulf is drawing in visitors…although it seems some guests
never left. Rather than giving you a who spiel like I usually would, I am just going to read
you a Trip Advisor review from a spoked guest…. Here goes: :
The hotel is so full of history and the interior is so beautiful I did not realize the Galvez
was known for its ghostly visitors nor was I believer until now. My friend and I were
walking the Galvez and my friend was calling out to Audra the women who hung herself in
the hotel in the 1950’s her room was 501 and we were staying a few rooms down .Well anyway
we go to sleep that night and around 5 am I woke up and my hotel door is opened the
latch is still on and I think OMG! were we that intoxicated we left the door open So
I go close the door and go back to sleep and wake up around 8 am and I tell my friend we
left the door opened last night then I get out of bed I walked over to the door to show
her how far it was left opened and to my amazement the door kept closing all the way it would
not stay opened at all it’s spring that’s my story of the Galvez.
Blimey.. 6 – Murder Castle
What do you MEAN you don’t want to stay at the Murder Castle? So actually you can’t
stay here anymore, thankfully! H H Holmes murder mansion has been demolished but the
site is now the Englewood Post Office! So I read the Devil in White City earlier this
year before a trip to Chicago and it was terrifying HH Holmes was a real man who built a house
in Englewood Chicago in order to kill people. He booby trapped the place so that guests
couldn’t escape and would often knock them unconscious using hidden gas valves. Many
of the hotel rooms were outfitted with chutes that would drop bodies to the basement where
Holmes would disolve of them in acid to rid himself of the evidence. The infamous serial
killer confessed to killing 27 people at the property, which housed tourists visiting the
Chicago World Fair. However it is anticipated that as many as 200 people lost their lives
in the building. 5 The Russell Hotel
If you hear a creek in the night at the Russell Hotel in Sydney, chances are there is a ghoul
on the loose, lurking in the shadows. The Russel Hotel is no stranger to mysterious
midnight moans and groans, but the most enduring legend is of the spirit of a sailor who rooms
the hotel but most often causes trouble in room 8, which guests have seen him lurking
over their bed, staring at them in the night. Thats a no from me, sir. Okay but despite the ghosts and everything
you actually should stay here because its one of the nicest and most beautiful places
in the world 4 Fairmont Banff Springs I went to the Fairmont Banff Springs earlier
this year and it was breaaaathaking! Here are a few pictures of me enjoying my best
life there… Hurrah…cocktails… the building dates back to 1888 and was a grand railway
hotel. The building is a National Historic Site of Canada annnd it is teeming with ghosts
and ghouls. It is said that a secret room was constructed during the original build,
which was only discovered when a fire broke out in 1926. Speaking of fire – some say a
burning bride haunts the ballroom. The story goes that as she swept down a staircase lined
with candles, her dress caught fire…in a panic she tripped and fell, dying from a broken
neck. Some say her spirit haunts both the bridal suit and the ballroom, where she can
be seen dancing with flames licking her dress. Also reported is the spectre of a bellman
who haunts the 9th floor, an apparition of a bartender AND…get this…a headless bagpipe
player. How that works… I mean go figure! The real deal here though is room 837, legend
has it that this room was the scene of a murder and that guests who stay there are awoken
in the middle of the night be screaming. Bloody hand prints have also been spotted on the
rooms mirror! ON THE UP side though… the hotel is a stunner
AND there is a beautiful lobby dog called Bear. 3 – The Langham
The Langham is a beautiful and very fancy hotel in London… shout out former hometown.
The luxury 5* rooms come with a hefty price tag…..aaaannnd some ghouls. Cool. The hotel
opened in 1865 and was said to have been the suicide spot of a German Prince who jumped
from the 4th floor. He can still be seen by the window he once feel from. A doctor involved
in a murder suicide can also be found pacing the hallowed halls and NONE other than Emperor
Napoleon III haunts the basement! Room 333 is said to be the most haunted of them all,
with many a Spectre wanting a sleepover. The most famous ghost, exclusive to room 333,
is a man in Victorian dress who likes to watch people sleeping. Whether or not it is he who
shakes the bed violently at night, we dont know. Ah…damn…I forgot to tell you about
the ghost with a gaping wound on its face. Damn. Next time. Comments from The Top 10 Scary Robots You
Wont Believe Exist We have all heard of the Curse of the Pharaohs
, but what if the famous Egyptian curse also spread to Las Vegas ? 2 – The Stay on Main
There are 16 very good reasons not to stay at this cursed hotel in Los Angeles….oh,
and don’t let the new name fool you… this is the LEGENDARY cursed Cecil Hotel most recently
in the news because of the disappearance of Elisa Lam in 2013. The Canadian Tourist was
found dead in the hotels water tank surrounded by her belongings after going missing for
three weeks. CCTV footage was released of her acting very strangely in an elevator before
her mysterious and to this day unsolved death. It literally looks like she is pleading with
someone invisible. Before her death, the hotel was already wrapped up in 16 other grizzly
deaths…. And is thought to have been the place the Black Dahlia, a murdered rising
Hollywood star, stayed before her death. OH and The hotel was also said to be the home
of serial killers Richard Ramirez and Jack Unterweger. I feel like it just needs to be
knocked down and the grounds cleansed with holy water… or something! 1 – Luxor Hotel
Las Vegas is a place for tortured souls, so it is kind of understandable that so many
hotels on the strip are reported to be haunted. I could legit make a whole Top 10 list about
hotels not to stay in in Vegas… but for this list I am talking about one in particular.
The Luxor hotel is an Egyptian themed hotel but it may have angered the old gods as many
people think it is cursed. Why? Well attention to detail was lacking when the hotel was built.
The Sphinx in the hotel is, facing East rather than West and the building of the Pyramid
doesn’t have the required eye at the top. DISRESPECT! The Luxor has had a very consistently
high death rate over the years since it opened in 1993 as well as a string of misfortune
that has followed it. Some say 7 people died while building the vast hotel.In 1996 a woman
jumped from the 26th floor of the building and now haunts the floor. Another man died
when he drunkenly fell from the 10th floor into the lobby. A hand bomb went off in the
parking garage in 2007, killing an employee, in 2010 a UNLV football player dropped dead
following a fight and in 2012, a Casino employee was murdered by her boyfriend in the Lobby.
2012 was also a bad year for the hotels rep as three guests caught legionnaires disease
– with further cases reported in 2017. One of the guests even died as a result. Guests
have spotted ghost riders in the boats along the replica river nile too. AND … in case
that wasn’t enough, the it is thought that the Titanic Exhibition at the hotel also invited
in ghosts from the cruise ship disaster too!

100 thoughts on “Top 10 Scary Hotels You Should Never Stay At

  1. I stayed at a haunted hotel before. It was in Montreal. Nothing happened to me personally but a lot of my coworkers had a lot of unexplained events and similar things had happened to previous guests who left reviews about it on yelp or whatever. One room would fill up with smoke randomly, another room had a girl pacing back and forth, someone saw a guy in old timey clothes, one co worker who is sensitive to the paranormal (I guess she’s like a medium) was being followed by a dark shadow and liked to tickle her feet and touch her hair. She saw my other co workers guardian angel and said he was an older Asian gentleman in a military uniform. My coworker never told anyone that her grandpa served in the Vietnam war. Lots of creepy stuff!! Barely slept a wink but was definitely fascinating

  2. Good creepy list thank you. You're looking fabulous Rebecca. Stanley Hotel, I was in the parking lot and the car wouldn't go into park on a steep hill. After the fifth try it went into Park

  3. The Stanley Hotel may be possibly haunted, but it is lovely and none of the supposed hauntings are malevolent. I remember our tour guide telling us about the explosion in the hotel. It actually didn't kill anyone, but it did injure the house keeper pretty badly. The owner however stepped up, personally got her to the hospital and promised her she would always have a home and a job at the hotel.

  4. the crescent hotel is beautiful. lived in Arkansas and it is one of the must see places. p.s thank you Rebecca Felgate for your suggestion on the trip to great Britain, had a great time.

  5. I’m hoping since I live in Colorado then I will go to to the Stanley hotel and if I do then I will come back to this video and add another comment about my experience

  6. There is a hotel in agra 1 km near the agra fort now it is owned by the bank but I challenge u to go around the hotel front , the front entrance has 2 doors and 4 creepiest doll of all time u may even get a heart attack when our guide entered in the doll was shaking as a employe was cleaning it and he almost got a heart attack. Bro I even saw a guy standing there and I asked the bell boy who he is and he said there is no one so me and my sister ran to our room as even she saw him too thank you for hearing this

  7. I stay about half hours drive from the drovers inn, Scotland. Funny thing is that I first heard about that hotel 2 days ago and now again today, spooky eh lol.
    When u told about the camera moving then pics of them being taken of them in bed, well me and my partner had same sort of experence in nearby Dunoon, Scotland where after a weekend away we were going through photos on our fones when I noticed a picture of me and my girlfriend lying in bed watching a video on my girlfriends phone but who took the picture of us if we were alone.

  8. Who else noticed she put IT in the starting words when saying "Top 10 scary hotels you should never stay at" (I can see why)

  9. I work at a hotel and we have a ghost named Shirley. One day I was cleaning your room and the enjoying door between the rooms. Head knocking in the door handle was moving. I refused to go back in there and when my boss looked he was on the other side of the door there was nobody in the room it was clean nobody was checked in it. And there's no door handle on the other side of the door so we can't figure out how the door handle was moving. I'm pretty sure she also followed me home I went to sleep and my mom looked up and there was somebody standing at the window and they disappeared. Then a week later somebody was knocking on her glass door but nobody was there and it was just after I went to sleep.

  10. Royalton in Mexico it has a great buffet and kids club for kids and rooms with pools and balcony rooms and room service even after midnight

  11. I’ve stayed in the drovers inn and all night I had an uneasy feeling like I was being watched. I could hear weird scratching noises and I was woken up to the feeling of someone hitting my throat. My partner also saw the silhouette of someone running around the corridors. The fact that as you walk in there dozens of taxidermy animals hanging on the walls didn’t help 🤣

  12. Mine is the Drury inn hotel and suits it's amazing you get a pool, breakfast , a room, and whats called 5 o'clock kickback where adults can get 2 free "adult drinks"

  13. My mom and dad stayed in the fraken hotel and stayed in the haunted room and my dad was taking sower and the door slammed shut and my moms feet got tickled

  14. i loved staying at this hotel at disneyland the only thing i didnt like was the elevator there was something about it that made it scary but my grandad found it hard to use it so i was so happy when we started using the stairs and the only problem for my mom and my grandad was that me and my brother were fighting cause we both wanted to carry on playing and my grandad payed for it All were does he get all this money and they lied to us and said we were going to go to a plane mueseum

  15. I have something creepy when I was sitting by the door looking in the mirror I soll a ghost in the mirror pass over my head

  16. There was a haunted inn in my town called the Yankee Peddler, but I think its closed now. It even had a movie made about it.

  17. i stayed at the crescent hotel, it was HUGE. but most definitely very haunted. especially the second floor! i was walking downstairs to the lobby and i was staying on the 3rd floor, so i had to take the stairs down to the first floor, where the lobby was. as soon as i got to the second floor, i heard a little boy laugh, and when i look down the hall i saw a little boy walking towards me! i was so shocked that i tripped and tumbled down the stairs, and just sat in the lobby trying to comprehend what i just saw.

  18. Perhaps if you do a 2nd run of this with more hotels, I have heard of a few in Chicago, like the Congress Plaza hotel near Grant Park.

  19. I've stayed at Hotel Galvez multiple times and had a few "odd" encounters when staying there. It's my favorite places to stay on the island…. Like its where I'm supposed to be. I've stayed all over the island and Galvez is my weak spot.

  20. “I have the most amazing channel”
    “I travel soooo much”
    “I’ve been all over the world”
    “I’ve stayed at this hotel it’s absolutely beautiful”
    “Oh I’ve stayed at this one too”

    Girl get over ur self and just tell me bout the haunted hotels lol

  21. I used to live 30 mins from Galveston so I stayed at the Galvez so many times & I live 20 mins from Eureka Springs, AR, now and i’ve been to the Crescent Hotel many times too (which is supposed to be the most haunted hotel ever) & nothing ever happened but the vibes are way off

  22. kid you not, when i was a teenager my boyfriend at the time & I were walking 1 night through a cemetery, well he was trying to be funny & left me, after I didn't catch up to him he double back to see what was wrong & he told me when I came through tht he saw me floating about 6 inches off the ground & I didn't recognize him, when he said his name & called to me I fell to the ground fainted he had to carry me home, lets jus say after tht night we never walked through another cemetery again.

  23. The only hotel I have been that is the Banff springs but I have never stayed there overnight I only go there for a drink with my family

  24. Stayed in a place called dobbins inn up in northern Ireland a few years back, apparently the woman of the house had an affair with a sailor and they both got butchered, felt something grab my throat at one stage, and felt a hand touching my hair… I was there alone, worse yet i wasn't even in the creepy haunted side of the hotel

  25. We stay at the Galvez every year since 1983. Me, my parents and my kids have all had experiences there but nothing scary or aggressive, mostly just residual. It’s a lovely place and I’ll go until I can’t travel. Maybe I’ll go there when I die lol

  26. I'm pretty sure I wouldn't stay the night at haunted hotel or at least hotel room because I've stayed at this hotel multiple times even after this this is a very common spot for my family vacation during New Year's another times it's the Sleep Inn in minot usa I forget which room in which place I was staying in I do remember though it was higher up I'm thinking third or fourth I remember it was New Year's Eve / New Year's it happened at exactly midnight 2014 / 2015 I was playing a a game with the kids of the woman my dad was dating at the time where we were secret agents and they had these walkie-talkie watches with a flashlight attached and I went to check on the room in the game and in real life I kept the lights off to add to the game and I know it was our room since I had to use the key to get in and I heard that two and when I opened the door I froze in place there was a Young boy who look to be around 10 my age at the time in blue jeans with a red t-shirt and a blurred face but no matter how hard I try there is no face it's just a blur and I know it was a exactly midnight because I heard everyone say one as I opened the door and I heard all the champagne popping from just rooms over I ran to my dad and told him what happened he came with me to the room and told me it was just my imagination he's very skeptic but I know I saw and then the year after we were staying in a completely different room this I know for sure even though I can't remember what the room number was of the I'm pretty sure was haunted room I do remember there wasn't a door attached to another room which we had this time and my dad's new girlfriend's mom stayed in that with a few of her kids the rest of her kids stayed in a room with me my dad and his girlfriend however had their own room with no attachment doors it was New Year's again and this time I slept through midnight for the first time I can remember although I do remember having this terrible nightmare where I had to witness people committing suicide in front of me one hang themselves another slit their throats one in the movie theatre one near the doors to the pool just all over and I remember at the end of The Nightmare they kept saying you're next and then I woke up I was too scared to go to bed so I called my dad's room also because I kept seeing their faces in all the darkened corners of the room I can still hear the chanting your next but basically it's kind of odd I find

  27. 😐the fact that I saw two of the spirits, the first was the bellman, my room was on the ninth floor, and I saw the bellman walking down the hall and knocking on the doors, and the second was the lady that fell down the stairs, she walked down the stairs in the bridal suite and disappeared

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