You Can Stay Overnight in These Haunted Louisiana Hotels
Louisiana is a pretty spooky place. We have history, plenty of haunted houses, and lots of swamps. Shudder. But it’s one of the things that makes us so unique! If you are looking for an adventure that let’s you spend the night in a haunted spot in Louisiana, we can help you with that. Only in Louisiana has found some incredibly scary locations that you can actually stay at…..if you dare. Check them out below, and let us know if you hear of any others!
- The Myrtles Plantation, St Francisville – known as the most haunted house in America. They recently had a fire in the restaurant on the grounds, but you can still take the tour and book an overnight stay.
- Le Pavillion Hotel, New Orleans – home to over 100 spirits, that have been reported inside this historic building. Rumors say that it is so haunted because it sits on a portal to ‘the other side’
- Andrew Jackson Hotel, New Orleans – located on Royal Street in the French Quarter, this place is supposedly haunted by the ghosts of 5 boys who died in a fire, and still roam the halls
- The Biscuit Palace, New Orleans – a guest house on Dumaine Street that has a ghost who opens drawers and doors at random
- Nottoway Plantation, White Castle – the largest antebellum mansion in the United States. Ghost sightings have caused people to check out early because they are frightened of the flickering lights and hands ‘touching’ them
- Dauphine Orleans Hotel, New Orleans – haunted by a woman in her wedding dress, and a Confederate soldier in uniform
- Hotel Bentley, Alexandria – haunted by the spirit of a woman who fell down the elevator shaft and was never recovered
- Hotel Monteleone, New Orleans – a toddler who died of fever in the 1800’s still roams the hallways of this historic French Quarter hotel
- Oak Alley Plantation, Vacherie – multiple ghostly sightings at this gorgeous and famous plantation along the River Road
- Omni Royal Orleans Hotel, New Orleans – former slave market on St Louis St
- Ormand Plantation, Destrehan – built in the 1880’s and scene of a slave uprising in which the leader, after being caught, put a curse on the master,and future owners of the home
- T’Frere’s House Bed & Breakfast, Lafayette – haunted by the ghost of Amelie, who fell in a well on the property, and died
- Woodland Plantation, West Pointe à la Hache – apparitions near the old slave quarters on this property on Hwy 23