The Most Haunted Hotels in Britain
The movie industry has made a large amount of money from the production of horror films featuring a haunted location, including the 2007 American film “1408”. This film sees the protagonist, an author who evaluates supernatural events, trapped inside the haunted hotel room at the Dolphin hotel where every guest who stays ends up dying before the morning. Whilst the team here at The Mitre are not familiar with the paranormal, it’s safe to say there are a handful of hotels which are and in this blog, we’re going to go over some of the most haunted hotels in Britain…
Langham Hotel, London
This famous hotel opened almost two centuries ago in 1865 and has been visited by many literary names such as Oscar Wilde and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle however it has also has several reports of ghostly visitors, with the most common sighting being a man in Victorian buy valium cheap online evening wear in and around room 333 during October.
The Savoy, London
Being such a luxury hotel, it’s hard to imagine this hotel being the victim of hauntings. Located on The Strand in Westminster, many guests who have stayed in The Savoy have reported a ghostly presence on the fifth floor where a lift in the hallway next to room 502 is said to be controlled by a young girl who died in the building many years ago. Specifically, the elevator is frequently heard opening and closing despite guests seeing nobody enter or leave the car.
Here at The Mitre, we are more than happy to ensure our guests that the paranormal hold no presence in our hotel. For more information on the type of rooms we offer, get in contact with the best hotel in Manchester today and speak to a member of the team!