Top 10 scariest horror hotels in the world

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Who can forget the Stanley Hotel in the movie The Shining? If you love the thrill and horror, here are some terrific ideas for your stay … it’s Halloween or not, ghosts, witches and ghosts will keep you company! And you … are you going to play with them …?

Sometimes, it happens that some facts leave the tracks, that only those with the luccicanza are able to see. I think at this hotel over the years, many things have happened not quite right …


We had to introduce a ranking of the most terrifying hotel with a quotation of the famous horror movie “The Shining” by Stephen King, in particular with the phrase Cook, Mr. Halloran, that leads us perfectly into the climate …
Let us see the most terrifying scary classification of hotels in the world …

10 – Parador de Cardona, Cardona (Spain)


If you like stories of love gone wrong …, start the escalation of scary places from hot Spain. This charming hotel is housed in a castle of the ninth century and offers beautiful views over the Catalonian countryside. Legend has it that the ghost of clothes here you Adales, daughter of Viscount Raimon Folch. The young woman fell in love with a Muslim and therefore was forced by her father to prison. The poor, unable to give peace, still hovers in the chamber 712.

9 – Dr. Holms, Geilo (Norway)


Stories of love and betrayal continue to mark our way to the Hotel trasferendoci Norwegian Dr. Holm. In 1926, an old woman committed suicide after discovering her husband in bed with another woman. If your company you are curious, you can find it in room 320; if it were committed not worry, you could also meet in the corridors!

8 – Relais Castello Bevilacqua, Verona (Italy)


Italy also provides the locations of particular interest. If you find yourself in Verona, I recommend you stay at Castello Bevilacqua, an ancient fortress built by the merchant Guglielmo Bevilacqua to defend his lands from invaders. In 1848, when the rebels were driven out by the Austrians, the castle was set on fire and burned Bevilacqua died. His ashes were scattered in the air and from that day to say that his master wander out to the walls of the fortress as if to still defend the castle from any threat.

7 – Villa Traiano, Benevento (Italy)


We stay in Italy and move to Benevento pervaded the ancient legend of the “Witches of Benevento” dates back to the twelfth century.
Benevento was a small but very superstitious Catholic and he had to accept the difficult cohabitation with the invading Lombards and especially with their pagan rites. For the inhabitants of the village witchcraft stranger took place on the banks of the river Sabato’s temple and ate the skin of a goat hanging from a walnut tree sacred in honor of the god. It is said that until a few years ago the witches of Benevento they used to dance and sing before taking off in the misty winter nights. Villa Traiano is located in the city center and is considered the ideal starting point to meet these witches.

6 – The Langham London, London (United Kingdom)


We move now to London, where we find one of the most beautiful and luxurious hotels and the largest in Europe: The Langham Hotel. This place has seen a lot of famous guests, including Oscar Wilde and Mark Twain, royalty, foreign dignitaries and celebrities. It, unfortunately, is also remembered for a terrific episode: the suicide of a German nobleman fell down from one of the windows of the hotel. The room 333 should be your choice if you are eager to learn the transparent host, otherwise you will see it anyway walk through the walls of the hotel suddenly lowering the surrounding temperature.

5 – Russell Hotel, Sydney (Australia)


We leave England to go to his penal colony, Australia. There you will find an old refuge for sailors before that served as a hospital during the deadly epidemics of smallpox and plague. No wonder if now is a hotel to be inserted between the stages more frightening to visit! It is said, in fact, to be haunted by the ghost of a sailor who does not want to leave the room that night and 8 guests wake up the creaking floor and staring at the poor unfortunates from the foot of the bed!

4 – Talbot Hotel, Oundle (Regno Unito)


Come on in Northamptonshire in England, precisely at Fotheringhay Castle, built around 1100 AD and has had the honor of hosting two characters of real rank very well known: Richard III and Martha Stuart, tried and beheaded in that place in 1587. The castle was destroyed in 1627, but some internal parts were recovered, including the famous wooden staircase.
This scale, which is said to have fallen Mary Queen of Scots on her way to the scaffold, is now at the Talbot Hotel in Oundle. Here, in fact, was seen ascending and descending these steps infested, move the adjacent cabinets and drop repeatedly attacked his portrait on the wall nearby, scaring the poor guests.

3 – Fairmont Chateau Laurier, Ottawa (Canada)


It set sail from England to the cold lands of Canada, through, or rather hope not, the path of our next main character: Charles Melville Hays. He was the creator of the beautiful castle in the French Renaissance style with hints of neo-Gothic Fairmont Chateau Laurier. Legend has it that Hays, went to London to buy furniture to decorate your hotel, died during the trip back to Canada aboard an ocean liner Titanic …! Her ghost now enjoys his castle to live has never had the pleasure of seeing over, despite efforts to build it.

2 – Queen Mary, California (Stati Uniti)


Talking about ships, we turn now to the historic ship used during World War II, the Queen Mary, now permanently docked at the Port of Long Beach is also known as “The Grey Ghost” (the gray ghost).
It seems that some guests have seen several ghosts wandering around the ship. The most interesting rooms are the engine room, where he died a young sailor during a fire drill and the kitchen, where the cook is said to have been burned alive. Then there is the first-class lounge in which was seen dancing alone a young woman and another woman in a costume 30s would be around in the pool.

1 – The Stanley, Estes Park (Stati Uniti)





At first we could not enter the hotel that inspired The Shining, one of the most terrifying movies of all time. The writer has given birth to her own masterpiece while staying in room 217 at the Stanley Hotel, which is located within the Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado. According to some witnesses, however, is that the spirit in the room 418 of some children disturb your sleep for guests. The former owner of the hotel, Lord Dunraven should, however, haunt room 407. In any case … if a pair of twin girls were to ask you to go play with them … run away!


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