Some people will seek to spend the night with ghosts. (Not me. I like ghost hunting, but am not interested in sleeping with dead people.) Here are links to haunted hotels, haunted vacation tours, etc.
|•||The United States’ Best Known Haunted Hotels
HotelsTop Ten Haunted Hotels in the US
|•||The Hyatt St. Claire in San Jose
|•||Hotel Haunts All Over the US
Good Sized List of Haunted Inns, Hotels, Accomodations
|•||Local: The Brookdale Lodge would be interesting enough for historical reasons without even being haunted. But apparently it has a whole lot of spirits – by one accounting, 49 of them! A fine place for Sunday brunch … and to spend the night if you’re braver than I am. The lodge even has a floating ghost image on their website, so I think they’re believers : )
The Brookdale Lodge’s History & Legends
|•||Halloween is a great time to spend a weekend with things that go bump in the night.
CNN Money: Dead and breakfast inns
|•||Haunted B & Bs, care of BedAndBreakfast.com. I couldn’t make this stuff up if I tried.
BedandBreakfast.com does their annual roundup of B&Bs offering boo-tiful accommodations
|•||An oddly haunted, but beautiful hotel – now part of the Fairmont chain.
Bampf Springs Hotel, Alberta, Canada
|•||The lovely old “Hotel Del” has an interesting history and gorgeous architecture. But it’s got more than meets the eye as well….
Hotel del Coronado
|•||Some folks really do take this idea of sleeping in ghost ridden hotels seriously. Here’s a “how to” article for those of you who are braver than I am!
Tips for staying in Haunted Hotels
|•||Hotels, Roads, and other Haunted Places in California’s “Gold Country”. Fascinating site.
Gold Rush Area Haunted Hotels