Top 5 terrible hotels in the world
Any traveler in the soul of a romantic. And what kind of romanticist would not like to face the unknown, to feel the knowledge of the mystery, to feel the atmosphere of mysticism.
There are many extremely interesting places in the world with a rich history and atmosphere. But perhaps the most accessible and close to any traveler were and remain hotels. After all, most travel begins with the hotel. Despite the seeming familiarity, there are many mystical hotels in the world that will not leave indifferent the real romance and adventurer.
1. Chillingham Castle
Castle in the north of England, originally built by King Edward I to deter the invasion of the Scots. Nowadays, the hotel is famous for its many stories about ghosts living under its stone vaults. Terrible stories about the hotel partly confirmed by the history of the castle with an abundance of torture, hanging and various kinds of cruelties. Now the castle has become a favorite place for paranormal researchers and ghost hunters.
2. Queen Mary
Now the hotel, in the past a huge luxury liner, which is now moored forever near Los Angeles. Some eyewitnesses tell of a ghost that was seen near the pool on the liner, where two passengers had died in the past. Other guests say they have seen a ghost of a young girl in a white dress walking on the decks of the liner. Inexplicable phenomena in the hotel in some cabins occur with such frequency that the administration chose to close them.
3. Stanley Hotel
The famous hotel in the US, thanks to which the great author of horror films – Stephen King shot the inimitable film “Shine”. The hotel is located in a difficult area and it’s hard to imagine how mystical the atmosphere should be in order to inspire a genius in such a scary movie.
4. Hotel del Coronado
Hotel with a long history, which was once the most famous in San Diego. It is noteworthy that in the hotel itself there were no loud accidents. The appearance of a ghost in the hotel is considered the result of the mysterious death of a certain Kate Morgan, whose body was found on the steps near the hotel. According to rumors, the ghost lives in the hotel’s 302 room, where Kate stayed, and unexplained phenomena occur throughout the building.
5. Diplomat Hotel
Hotel in the Philippines, in whose building since 1911 was a seminary. During World War II the building was captured by fluent Japanese deserters. The regular army, having received the command to destroy the deserters, did not stand on ceremony and completely blew up the building with the people. After the war, the building was restored, and in 1973 it was acquired by a local hotel chain. In the Diplomat Hotel, inexplicable phenomena began to occur regularly; guests complained of strange sounds. The hotel was closed after the death of its manager, but to this day people often come to look at the gloomy walls and empty windows in the hope of seeing a ghost.