Double Tree Inn

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The inability to handle life resulted in a haunting.

Other spirits were shaken awake by the activities of the living.



tree-paranormalDouble Tree Hotel is a fifteen-story, upscale yet reasonably priced Convention Hotel which has 375 rooms for guests, located on the first 13 floors. It also offers a variety of services for the community and for travelers in the city of Spokane.

On the 15th floor, there is a place called the GOLD ROOM. Other rooms for receptions and special events are located on the first floor. Business meeting facilities are found on the third floor.The main lobby also has dining facilities. Breakfast is offered in Shutter’s Cafe, where the guest can get cooked-to-order breakfast dishes, a 25-item breakfast buffet, and full-service espresso bar in this restaurant by the lobby. Also open for lunch. Lunch and dinner is served in Spencer’s, which specializes in prime aged beef, fresh seafood, and “Naughty Cake.”

The guest rooms are described as being well decorated with dark-wood furnishings and patterned fabrics and offer spectacular views of the city of Spokane. The price range starts at $75 and up. Children 17 and under who stay with their parents are free!



SpokaneNot much could be found about the history of this hotel, or what was located on the land before the hotel was built.

Around Halloween 1998, it is said that a businessman staying in the hotel killed himself on the 15th floor.

Others think that activities at a Halloween Party shook some entities awake.

No one knows for sure who is haunting the hotel as no psychic research/paranormal investigations have been done.





General Activity

People have seen shadowy apparitions/unexplained noises on the 15th floor.

Shadowy apparitions are seen elsewhere in the hotel as well.


It appears to be.

Guests continue to report the manifestations.



322 North Spokane Falls Court
Spokane, WA 99201
(509) 455-9600

Double Tree Hotel is located downtown next to convention center, right beside the city’s popular Riverfront Park. The Spokane Opera House and Spokane Convention Center, are less than a block away from this hotel.

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