As Halloween night looms with the promise of rain and wind, perhaps you’d like to find yourself cozied up for the holiday, sipping a drink in the quiet. In a haunted hotel perhaps? Seattle’s own Hotel Sorrento has been named one of the top 13 most haunted hotels in the world, according to USA Today. It is said that one might find the ghost of the inventor of pot brownies, Alice B. Toklas, traipsing along the hallways (favoring room 408). Hotel guests have also claimed their drinks mysteriously moving at the Dunbar Room, which is where you can order the Ms. Toklas cocktail; a blend of lucid absinthe, elderflower, chamomile, honey, and lemon juice. It’s not too late to book a room–do stay at The Hotel Sorrento this weekend–if you dare!
Here are the top 13 most haunted hotels in the world, according to USA Today:
1 Stanley Hotel, Estes Park, CO
2 Bourbon Orleans Hotel, New Orleans, LA
3 Emily Morgan Hotel, San Antonio, TX
4 Omni Parker House, Boston, MA
5 Langham Hotel, London
6 The Southern Mansion, Cape May, NJ
7 Audubon Cottages, New Orleans, LA
8 The Marshall House, Savannah, GA
9 The Hay-Adams, Washington, D.C.
10 Hotel Sorrento, Seattle, WA
11 Hotel Provincial, New Orleans, LA
12 Omni Shoreham, Washington, D.C.
13 Ballygally Castle, Northern Ireland
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