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Arizona – Copper Queen Hotel

The 4 story, brick, Victorian/Italian Villa style Copper Queen Hotel is described as being "One of the Last Remaining Historical Gems of the Southwest." In fact, it is Arizona's longest operational hotel, as it has been in continuous service since 1902.

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Arizona – The Haunted Jerome Grand Hotel

Built on the very top of Cleopatra Hill, this huge, 5 story Spanish Mission-style building is the highest public building in the entire Verde Valley. Jerome itself is at 5000 elevation, and was built on the side of the Mingus mountain, on Cleopatra Hill overlooking the Verde Valley...

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Arkansas — Crescent Hotel

The Crescent Hotel can be found in the crest of West Mountain, in the town of Eureka Springs, near Beaver Lake in the county of Carroll, which is in the extreme northwest corner of Arkansas. It is at the intersection of Highway 23 and US Highway 62.

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California – Queen Anne Hotel

Besides being an upscale Bed and Breakfast, The Queen Anne Hotel is a favorite spot for weddings and receptions, and other special receptions, because of its style, decorum and room layout. It is a San Franciscan crown jewel of Victorian architecture both inside and out.

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California — Queen Mary

The Queen Mary is permanently docked in the Long Beach Harbor, next to the Catalina Cruise building, and in view of the Aquarium of the Pacific on the opposite shore. This 1936-1967 British luxury ocean liner was built in the art-deco style in the interior, from many kinds of wood found in England, and has been and is now a stationary event venue, theater and museum, that sits proudly in Long Beach Harbor.

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California — Cary House Hotel

The Historic Cary House Hotel is described on their website as being "'The Jewel of Placerville', nestled in the heart of the California Gold Country offering comfort and authenticity." Placerville is an old Gold Rush town and a great blend of well restored buildings that are homes to many small businesses.

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California — Roosevelt Hotel

The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel is a four star hotel with 4 star prices, located in the heart of historic Hollywood, on Hollywood Boulevard, just steps away from the TCL Chinese Theater and Dolby Theater. It is also close to The Hollywood Bowl and Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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Colorado — Stanley Hotel

The stately, magnificent Stanley Hotel can be found on the hill just above the town of Estes Park. Its prime location has a lovely view of the lake and of the mountains. It is only 6 miles from Rocky Mountain National Park, and an hour's drive from Denver. Designed by Freelan Stanley himself, it's a 4 storied beautiful Georgian, neoclassical inn, with 16,000 square feet of event space, grounds and support buildings.

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Florida – The Biltmore Hotel

The gloriously beautiful Victorian/European Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables is described as a "Luxury golf and spa resort" that from its beginning has been and is "a place of elegance, beauty, and old world charm!" It has long captured the hearts of the local, national and international high society community, and is deeply admired by the general public as well.

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Florida — Colony Hotel

The Colony Hotel of Delray Beach really stands out on East Atlantic Avenue and is a beautiful structure to behold. A prominent example of Florida Mediterranean architecture, it is a three storied, bright yellow building, with two domed towers, which all matches the hotel's striped yellow and red awnings on the windows.

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Georgia – 17 Hundred 90 Hotel

17 Hundred 90 Restaurant and Inn is the oldest hotel in Savannah, built in 1820 to be a boarding house by a Virginia planter, Steele White, who was killed in a riding accident even before this building was finished. Sometime in its history it turned from a boarding house into a hotel...

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Georgia — Jekyll Island Club Hotel

Jekyll Island Club Hotel is located in a truly beautiful spot on Jekyll Island, with a glorious view of the Jekyll River and the lovely surroundings! The Hotel's river front pavilion is the perfect invitation "to relax and enjoy Jekyll Island's ten mile expanse of sandy beaches."

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Iowa — Blackhawk Hotel

The Hotel Blackhawk, formerly known as The Blackhawk Hotel, can be found in downtown Davenport on E. 3rd St. between S. Brady Street and N. Pershing Avenue. Investors put in 46 million dollars to transform this woe-be-gone, fixer-upper opportunity into a very upscale, 4 star hotel, which is now an economic anchor for the business community.

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Kentucky – The Haunted Dupont Mansion

The DuPont Mansion is a glorious three story, decorative Victorian era Italianate-Renaissance "palatial town home". It was built by the DuPonts, in 1879, to provide a place to stay for all the DuPont relatives, originally from Delaware, who came down to Kentucky to help start new ventures and run the family's various businesses.

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Louisiana – Myrtles Plantation House

Built in 1796, by a General Bradford, who was hiding because of the price put on his head, due to his leadership in the whisky rebellion, Myrtles Plantation is a prime example of the Southern Antebellum architecture, complete with top-notch plaster friezework and faux bois, which go nicely with the Gothic decor.

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Louisiana — Dauphine Orleans Hotel

Dauphine Orleans Hotel, opened in 1969, is an updated boutique hotel with a three storied combination of 18th and 19th century old French Quarter townhouses, some cottages and a two-storied building used as the hotel's bar, May Bailey's Place. Over the years, structures were purchased, and all became part of the Dauphine Orleans Hotel.

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Louisiana — La Pavilion Hotel

A member of Historic Hotels of America, Le Pavilion Hotel truly has earned the nickname,"The Belle of New Orleans." This grand palace integrates old world beauty and decor with modern day amenities. The land upon which this hotel now stands was part of the original land grant given to the Jesuits by the founder of the New Orleans Colony.

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Louisiana — Provincial Hotel

The Hotel Provincial can be found in the heart of New Orleans, near the corner of St. Philip and Chartres Street, two blocks east of Bourbon Street, and one block west of Decatur, not far from the Mississippi River. This lovely, upscale hotel is made up of five buildings. A variety of "tropical" French Quarter courtyards can be found throughout the property. It has two pools to refresh the visitor after a hard day of sight-seeing!

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Massachusetts — Hawthorne Hotel

The Hawthorne Hotel can be found in the heart of historic downtown Salem, near the corner of Essex Street and Hawthorne Boulevard. It is in a great location, within walking distance of all the attractions of historic Salem. Named after the famous Salem author, Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Hawthorne Hotel is a six story, historic 1925 landmark, upscale hotel, featuring lovely brickwork and granite highlights, with dentils along the top of the building.

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Massachusetts — Lizzie Borden House

The Lizzie Borden House is a small rectangular 1845 Greek Revival Victorian 2 story, dark green in color, with plain clapboard on the outside, and customary cellar and attic. Its windows are adorned with green shutters. From the sidewalk, one can feel a creepiness in its aura.

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Maine — Kennebunk Inn

This 1799, three story, Federal Victorian 22 room Inn was originally built as a private home for a doctor, Phineas Cole and his family. It was then owned by several families until it was converted into an inn in the late 1920s, called "The Tavern." In 1940, Walter Day bought the place, expanded it to 16 rooms and renamed it the Kennebunk Inn. In 1980, Arthur LeBlanc bought the Kennebunk Inn and added 6 more rooms.

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Mississippi – Cedar Grove Mansion

Cedar Grove Mansion Inn and Restaurant, which has glorious view of the Yazoo River from it's location on the bluff, can be found in the Garden District on the corner of Klein Street and Oak Street, off of Highway 80, known as Washington Street. It is just one mile from historic downtown Vicksburg.

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Missouri – The Haunted Lemp Mansion

It is no wonder that The Lemp Mansion is considered the most haunted place in St. Louis. The first to know of the restless spirits were the people who lived here during the mansion's boarding house days. Residents complained about hearing footfalls all over the mansion, and knocking on walls and doors as well.

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Missouri – Hotel Savoy

The Hotel Savoy is the oldest, continuously operating hotel, west of the Mississippi River. It was a very fashionable place up through WWII. The hotel then became run down, fell into disrepair, and finally turned into a flop house. It has long had a reputation for having an atmosphere of generalized spookiness. Rumors of incidents/sightings have been reported by tenants throughout its history.

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Nevada – The Haunted Gold Hill Hotel

Gold Hill Hotel and Saloon has the distinction as being the oldest existing hotel in Nevada, as it has been serving people since 1859 when it was built after the huge gold and silver discovery was made in the adjacent mountains. The current building is a nice combination of the original stone and brick structure and the various renovations made throughout the years.

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New Jersey – Queens Hotel

The original Queen's Hotel building was built in 1876, inspired like many of the buildings in town by the Queen Victoria style, when Queen Victoria reigned in England. It was built to house a respectable, squeaky clean business, an apothecary -- Ware’s Pharmacy. In reality, other not so respectable businesses resided there also.

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New Jersey — Flanders Hotel

The Flanders Hotel has long been called "The Jewel of the Jersey Shore", and we can see why! It's an eight story, Spanish Mission style rectangular structure with two wings facing the ocean. It has been both well maintained and authentically restored, when possible, and renovated with modern amenities throughout the years.

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New Mexico – Saint James Hotel

The Saint James Hotel, which was built in 1880, is described as "a genuine piece of Western Americana." The interior of this Hotel is both Victorian and Western in style. It is adorned with crystal chandeliers, velvet curtains, brocade wallpaper and heavy, sturdy furniture, which was built to withstand a lot of abuse from rowdy clientele.

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New Mexico — The Lodge

The Lodge is a three story, Victorian style, elegant, European mountain inn, that is surrounded by huge pine trees and glorious mountain scenery. This quaint-looking cherry burgundy and gray colored inn has stained glass windows, a lookout tower, a covered entryway and a circular driveway in view of a lovely pond and waterfall. Skiing and a golf course are favorite activities nearby.

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New York — Shanley Hotel

The Shanley Hotel is a three story Dutch Colonial hotel that looms large on the Main Street of Napanoch. It has a marvelous front porch and historic curb appeal. The cute ghost figure seen on the porch is an enticement to ghost hunters, and the fact that it hasn't been painted recently making it look old and haunted...

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Oregon — Wolf Creek Inn

The Wolf Creek Inn today is a bed and breakfast, a restaurant, an event center for community and private activities, and a museum of early Wolf Creek, local attractions and the times of the famous guests who stayed at this authentic 1883 inn. This historic Wolf Creek Inn is a two story, 1883 Classic Revival style Inn made of white clapboard, and has the distinction of being the longest running inn and restaurant in Oregon history.

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Oregon — Geiser Grand Hotel

The Geiser Grand Hotel is located in the heart of historical downtown Baker City. It is described as being an Italian Renaissance Revival building, with a 4 story clock tower, capped by a pointed roof, and an impressive two hundred foot corner cupola.

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Pennsylvania – Cashtown Hotel

The Cashtown Inn is a 200 + year old, 3 story establishment which was well built and well-maintained throughout its history of many owners. It is an upscale bed and breakfast, with some lovely rooms to choose from, all of which take one back in time with its antique furnishings...

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Pennsylvania — New Hope Logan

The Logan Inn, one of the five oldest inns in America, is known as the longest running inn and tavern in Bucks County, and is the most haunted building in New Hope. The Logan Inn is a newly restored 1727 colonial inn and tavern, with fine dining, live music and events, and with 19 spacious rooms with both the colonial charm and decor, and modern amenities.

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Pennsylvania — Jean Bonnet

The Jean Bonnet Tavern is a sturdy 4 story, 1762 building, built of stone and timbers. While the basic building has stayed the same throughout its long history, inside renovations have taken place over the years, to make it a viable building for the living who owned it. What was once the foundation of a French fort, became the basement of this 1762 structure.

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Rhode Island — Newport Jail House

The Jail House Inn is a handsome federal style building, constructed in 1772, to replace the old 1658 jail. In 1772, it was built to be a temporary holding tank for accused wrong-doers facing trial; just for those folks who were passing through Newport's criminal justice system, and not staying too long.

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Rhode Island — Viking Hotel Newport

The glorious 5 storied luxury hotel opened on May 6th, 1926, to grand fanfare and acclaim, celebrated by the whole town of Newport. It at once attracted movie stars, bigwigs of all kinds, dignitaries, Naval officers, and the upper crust of society, bringing much needed money to the city of Newport

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South Carolina — Battery Carriage House

The Battery Carriage House Bed and Breakfast Inn is located in the beautiful garden area on the property of a truly glorious, 5 story Greek Revival/Second Empire style antebellum mansion in the favored neighborhood of the rich 19th century merchants of Charleston, just across the street from Battery Park.

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South Dakota – Bullock Hotel

The Bullock Hotel was sturdily built to last, in the Italianate style, with three stories, and a tin roof often seen on Victorian houses. One can still see pink and white sandstone in the banded facade, which was cut from Andrew's Quarry in Boulder Canyon, not far from Deadwood.

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Texas – The Haunted Menger Hotel

The Menger Hotel is not only a very appealing place for the enjoyment of the living, but has long been a favorite place for a variety of spirits and ghosts. It was built on ground which is just steps away from where the famous battle of the Alamo took place, 23 years earlier, making it prone from the start to attract unseen guests.

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Texas — Hotel Adolphus

This glorious historic hotel, built by Beer baron Adolphus Busch, is described as being "21 stories of unabashed baroque splendor." It was the tallest building in Dallas, until 1922 when the Magnolia Petroleum Building was built. It opened on October 5, 1912 to rave reviews, and has been in continuous use ever since. It is on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Utah — The Bigelow Hotel

This 1927 Italian Renaissance Revival style, 13-floor grand hotel made of sandstone and yellow brick is the largest in the city of Ogden, and is considered to be one of the three grandest hotels in Utah. It sits on 1.6 acres, straddling a corner lot, and is seen all the way down 25th street to the railroad station.

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Washington – Hotel Andra

The beautiful, elegant Andra Hotel is a 10 story, 119 room remodeled hotel, described as having an intimate feel. In 2004, it was remodeled. The new decorum is sophisticated, discreet and progressive; showcasing a mix of Northwest style and Scandinavian influences.

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Washington — Manresa Castle

Manresa Castle resembles a European Castle, complete with towers, turrets, windows, and an aura of respectability and old-world culture — an immense three-storied building. The banquet room (formerly the chapel) is used for weddings and special events, has its own restaurant, and hosts book clubs, knitting events, and many other types of retreats.

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Washington — Palace Hotel

The Victorian Palace Hotel can be found on the second and third floor of the Captain Tibbals Building, a fine example of the architectural Richardson Romanesque style. The first floor is home to a restaurant and bar, with a variety of "specialty retailers" on the first floor, at street level.

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Wisconsin – The Brumder Mansion

George Brumder, a prominent Milwaukee business leader, built the majestic brick Brumder Mansion in 1910 for his eldest son. Designed in the English Arts & Crafts style, it blends Victorian, Gothic and Arts & Crafts elements. The Brumder is on the corner lot of 31st and West Wisconsin, in the Historic Concordia District, a neighborhood of old Victorians and newer apartments.

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Wyoming – The Haunted Plains Hotel

This handsome, yellow brick, 5 story, high end, renovated and restored 1911 hotel takes up almost a block. Its entrance faces east, sitting on Central. By 1910, Cheyenne, known as "The Magic City of the Plains," was a thriving town, because of the discovery of oil, and the booming cattle business. The winters were relatively mild...

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Wyoming — Old Faithful Yellowstone

The Old Faithful Inn is made up of two hotels. The original lodge is known as the "Old House." The Old Faithful Inn was constructed on the site of the destroyed Fountain Hotel and replaced the Upper Geyser Basin Hotel that burned down as well. This grand effort was started during the winter of 1903-1904.

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Wyoming — Cody Irma Hotel

The Irma Hotel can be found on the southwest corner of the intersection of Sheridan Avenue and 12th street, which is smack dab in the middle of downtown Cody, Wyoming. Buffalo Bill Cody called it "Just the sweetest hotel that ever was." To step into it is to step back in time to an elegance that appealed to the rich and everyday folk as well.

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