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Hotels in Louisiana That are Really Haunted

If you're feeling particularly brave, and you're not afraid of what goes bump in the night, then spending an evening at one of Louisiana's Haunted Hotels is the perfect way to test your bravery. As many legends begin, it was a dark and stormy night when many of the Haunted Hotels across Louisiana gained their supernatural status, and many of these haunted hotels claim that visitors can still see, hear, and even touch the phantoms that plague their properties. Haunted Hotels can be a ton of fun to stay at, but if you're weak of heart, don't plan on sleeping through the night!
 
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    The spirits that are said to haunt this bed and breakfast are known to open and close doors. Read More

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  •   Bentley Hotel Alexandria, LA
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    This hotel is rumored to be haunted by a number of spirits, including a little girl who fell down an elevator shaft, a man who fell over the grand staircase railing in 1985 and the hotel builder Joseph Bentley, who died in his suite on the third floor. Read More

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  •   Avenue Plaza Resort New Orleans, LA
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    Stories say that the ghosts that haunt the Ashley House next door to this hotel, also wander into the building to haunt the place. The ghosts here include a spirit that likes to play the piano, a mysterious spectral lady and ghostly Civil War POWs. Doors are known to close on their own and lights flicker throughout. Read More

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  •   Oaklawn Manor Franklin, LA
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    This estate is believed to be haunted by Henry Clay, though the stories surrounding the place feature very little detail about the particulars of the hauntings. Read More

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  •   Bienvenue House Bed and Breakfast Saint Martinville, LA
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    This inn dates back to 1830 and was the site of a murder of the former innkeeper, Isabel Robertson, and her daughter Belle. Many say at least one of the two haunt the place. Stories say Belle's bell, which she used to call for help, can be heard ringing from her bedroom. Objects are also known to move on their own, and lights turn on and off by themselves. The most haunted room in the... Read More

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  •   Le Pavillon Hotel New Orleans, LA
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    There are a couple different ghosts who are said to haunt this hotel. The first is Adda (also known as Eva or Ava), a teenager who has been spotted in the lobby and main entrance with teary eyes. She was said to have been killed by a runaway carriage and her ghost is known to walk up to guests and before disappearing, she says "Pardon me, I am... very lost." Her apparition has fair skin,... Read More

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  •   Bourbon Orleans Hotel New Orleans, LA
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    This hotel is rumored to be haunted by a number of spirits. There is a Confederate soldier that likes to wander the halls, as well as the ghosts of children and nuns who died during the Yellow Fever epidemic when the hotel operated as an orphanage. A ghostly dancer is known to dance alone in the hotel ballroom as well. Read More

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  •   St. Pierre Hotel New Orleans, LA
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    This hotel is rumored to be haunted by a Civil War Confederate soldier who likes to hangout in the slave quarters, and a middle-aged civilian man. Witnesses have reported objects that move by themselves and TV's that change channels on their own. Read More

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  •   Andrew Jackson Hotel New Orleans, LA
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    This hotel once operated as a children's home, and is believed to be haunted by those who died here during the Yellow Fever epidemic that swept New Orleans. Read More

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  •   Cornstalk Hotel New Orleans, LA
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    This Victorian building houses a hotel and has quite a rich history. It was once the private residence of Jusge Francois Xavier-Martin, who was the first Chief Justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court and the writer of the first history of Louisiana. Stories say there are ghostly children lingering here, and they've been seen and heard running throughout the building. Read More

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  •   Hotel Villa Convento New Orleans, LA
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    This hotel is haunted by the sounds of a ghostly child's laughter, although no children are allowed at this hotel. A mysterious madame is also known to knock on guest room doors. Read More

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  •   French Market Inn New Orleans, LA
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    Stories say this hotel is haunted by eerie mist figures that float about, red handprints that turn up on guests' beds, and the metallic clanging and creaking sounds of a pulley system. These haunting reports have taken place sine the 1830s. Read More

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  •   Woodland Plantation Port Sulphur, LA
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    This plantation dates back to 1834 and was transformed into a bed and breakfast in 1999. It is rumored to be haunted by a couple of spirits, including Braddish Johnson, who has been spotted wearing stripe pants and a silk hat, carrying a gold-tipped cane; a young boy who vanishes whenever he is approached; and two women and a man who appear on the first floor. The ghosts of former... Read More

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    Stories say that an apparition appears on the top of the stairs at this bed and breakfast, and that guests sometimes feel a kiss on their cheek as they go to sleep (or even a pat on the rear). The smell of frying eggs and bacon may even comes from the kitchen in the middle of the night when it's empty. Read More

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  •   Lafayette Cemetery No. 1 New Orleans, LA
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    This cemetery has been used as setting for a number of television shows and movies, and also by author Anne Rice, who staged a fake funeral here to promote her book "Memnoch the Devil." It is said to be one of the most haunted cemeteries in the area and right across the street is the renowned Commander's Palace Restaurant, which is believed to be haunted by Emile Commander himself. Read More

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    This bed and breakfast is rumored to be haunted by a ghost who is known as "Amelie." She died after falling into the well and supposedly the Catholic church refused to bury her on church property because her death was ruled a suicide. Her ghost is known to turn the lights on and off, bang pots and pans, and other mischievous acts. Read More

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  •   Loyd Hall Plantation Cheneyville, LA
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    This plantation has seen its fair share of death and tragedy, much like other plantations in the south. Stories say the original owner was hanged for being a traitor during the Civil War, a Union Soldier was shot to death in the attic (the blood stains are supposedly still visible), and a young woman possibly committed suicide by jumping from the same attic years later. Read More

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  •   Le Richelieu Hotel New Orleans, LA
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    This hotel was rumored to have been built on an old execution site for the Spanish Army, and many believe the soldiers who died on the spot continue to linger here in spirit. Read More

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  •   Lamothe House New Orleans, LA
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    This hotel is rumored to be haunted by a ghostly woman wearing red and the sounds of children playing. Read More

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  •   The Lookout Inn New Orleans, LA
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    This hotel used to be an actual lookout along the Mississippi River and witnesses say you can sometimes hear parties taking place in empty rooms. Cold spots and unexplained sounds have also been reported, along with a bathtub that fills itself, possibly linked to a murder that took place here. Read More

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  •   Maison St. Charles New Orleans, LA
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    There are a few different stories surrounding this hotel. Room #126 is said to be quite haunted, and a paranormal group was said to have captured suspicious EVPs within the building. Read More

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  •   Omni Royal Orleans New Orleans, LA
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    This hotel is rumored to be haunted by a ghostly maid who likes to tuck in the guests, flush the toilet and turn the water on at night. Stories say there may be as many as 50 ghosts that reside here, and they appear in the hotel's paintings. Read More

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  •   Place d'Armes Hotel New Orleans, LA
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    The ghost of a young girl is said to linger at this hotel in spirit and she wears old-fashioned clothing. Stories say if you spot her, she may ask you if you've seen her grandmother, and then she disappears. Other haunting reports here include sounds of music, footsteps and voices. Read More

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  •   Myrtles Plantation St. Francisville, LA
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    This historic home and antebellum plantation was transformed into a hotel that is rumored to be haunted by at least 12 different ghosts. It is one of the most haunted places in Louisiana, and is even considered a well known spot for paranormal activity throughout the entire country. One of the most well known spirits lingering at the plantation is believed to be a weeping woman and... Read More

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