Yelp just released their top 25 haunted hotels in the U.S. Their methodology was identifying “businesses in the hotels category with a large concentration of reviews mentioning relevant keywords, then ranked those spots using a number of factors including the total volume and ratings of reviews mentioning those keywords.”

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Here are the names, cities and states of the hotels in alphabetical order:

Best Western Plus Windsor Hotel
Americus, GA

Bourbon Orleans Hotel
New Orleans, LA

Cosmopolitan Hotel and Restaurant
San Diego, CA

DeSoto House Hotel
Galena, IL

Glen Tavern Inn
Santa Paula, CA

Hotel Leger
Mokelumne Hill, CA

Hotel Monteleone
New Orleans, LA

Hotel Vendome
Prescott, AZ

Jerome Grand Hotel
Jerome, AZ

McMenamins Edgefield
Troutdale, OR

Miami Biltmore Hotel
Coral Gables, FL

Mizpah Hotel
Tonopah, NV

National Hotel & Restaurant
Jamestown, CA

Olivier House Hotel
New Orleans, LA

Padre Hotel
Bakersfield, CA

Plaza Hotel
Las Vegas, NM

Queen Anne Hotel
San Francisco, CA

The Brown Palace Hotel and Spa Autograph Collection
Denver, CO

The Driskill
Austin, TX

The Emily Morgan San Antonio – a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
San Antonio, TX

The Marshall House
Savannah, GA

The Oxford Hotel
Denver, CO

The Palace Hotel
Port Townsend, WA

The Skirvin Hilton Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City, OK

THE US GRANT, a Luxury Collection Hotel, San Diego
San Diego, CA

I’ve stayed in a handful of these hotels and have heard of some of the others. But the list surprises me since most of the hotels are on the western half of the country. I just can’t believe they don’t have any in the northeast. I’ve stayed at a number of hotels I felt were haunted, especially the old Ocean House in Watch Hill, Rhode Island. It’s since been knocked down and rebuilt and I didn’t get the sense of it being haunted the last time I stayed there, but you can read more about Ocean House here.

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I’m also surprised Hotel Del Coronado in San Diego didn’t make the list. The US Grant did, which I have stayed at but it didn’t give me any creepy vibes. How about you? Do you agree wit this list? If not, which hotel do you think should have made the list? Leave a comment!

The most haunted hotel I ever stayed at was in the countryside of England. Here’s the story.

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1 Comment On "Yelp Names Top 25 Haunted Hotels in the U.S. Just in Time for Halloween"
  1. Dayna Springfield|

    The Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island, MI – definitely haunted!!! I got this very uneasy feeling while staying there 2 months ago. Also I was awoken to by bed shaking side to side. I’ve never been afraid to go to sleep, except at this hotel. The long, old hallways don’t help either. We saw shadows under the door out to the hallway, opened the door and no one was there.

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