stanley hotel 407
Stanley Hotel features a variety of rooms with high paranormal activity including the famous Stephen King Suite 217, the Ghost Hunters' favorite room 401, as well as 407, and 428. These are among our most-requested rooms, availability is limited.
Stanley Hotel: WAY overrated and overpriced - See 3,174 traveler reviews, 2,781 candid photos, and great deals for Stanley Hotel at TripAdvisor. ... We stayed in room 407, the "second most haunted room" in the hotel and we paid $404.00 per night. Toilet was broken, had to flush it by putting our hand into the tank to pull the stopper ...
We stayed in room 407 at The Stanley Hotel Saturday night. The motion detector went off several times after 1 AM. While in the hallway I asked Lord Dunraven to give me a sign if he was there and ...
we stayed at the stanley just to say we stayed at the stanley. we stayed at the sheridan in downtown denver for the festivals. and yes, everywhere was alot of driving. i probably put 1000 miles on my truck while in colorado plus the 2000 there and back. the electrical issues, i can account to the altitude and possible electrical problems in hotel.
The 100+-year-old hotel, located about five miles from the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park, offers panoramic views of Lake Estes and the Rocky Mountains, and especially Long’s Peak. This old hotel was built in the early 1900’s by F.O. Stanley, who created the Stanley Steam Engine — a steam-powered horseless carriage. The majestic Georgian style hotel opened in 1909, catering to the rich and famous.
The Stanley Hotel by Walter Bissell In 1906, Freelan Oscar Stanley, creator of the Stanley Steam Engine, purchased 160 acres of land from the Irish Earl Lord Dunraven near Estes Park, Colorado.
My wife and I were staying in Room 407. I had left my Sony Handycam recording on the dresser as I went downstairs. In 2 hours of video, this is the only time period that recorded any anomalies.
The Stanley Hotel is a luxurious historic landmark hotel in a spectacular mountain-view location, offering old-world charm matched with the latest of modern amenities.