Haunted Hotels in California
Built in 1852 as a stagecoach stop, this historic hotel is said to be haunted by the ghost of one of the original owners, Rebecca Dorrington Gardner.
This historic hotel in the Sacramento area has been the scene for a couple of ghost sightings, including a 19th century woman who appeared in an upstairs hallway and a cowboy in the Iron Door.
George Leger, the original owner of this haunted hotel in Mokelumne Hill, died in 1879, but his spirit is said to haunt the salon and several of the guest rooms.
Napa River Inn
This hotel in an 1884 historic mill and warehouse is thought to be haunted by several ghosts, including Albert Hatt, the son of the original mill owner.
Sierra Nevada House
This haunted hotel, built in 1850, has a mischievous but friendly ghost the staff has named "Christopher." A less friendly spirit, "Mark," was persuaded to leave Room 4 by a psychic.
Hotel del Coronado
A mysterious death began the story of this haunted hotel just outside San Diego, California.