The hotel's founder, Charles Pfister, died in 1927 and is said to haunt the premises of the hotel ever since. His ghost has been spotted standing near the main staircase or wandering around the ballroom and on the 9th floor. Guests have also reported their electronic devices being turned on and off, hearing disembodied footsteps and strange knocks, seeing flickering lights and items that move on their own.
A downtown Boston hotel that puts you in the heart of the city as it is located just four miles from Boston Logan International Airport and a few blocks to Copley Square, the Charles River, the Museum of Fine Arts or Fenway Park.
Take a break from your daily routine swimming in the Boston's largest heated indoor lap pool with retractable roof for warmer summer months. Heated Pool Indoor Pool Rooftop Pool Pool Lap Lanes
Named after John Palliser. The hotel was built within Edwardian-era architecture in mind and Renaissance-inspired interiors. Opened in 1914 and gained a Heraldic Badge granted by the Crown in 1993. Within its walls, prime ministers, royalties and celebrities lived to experience the Canadian rockies and the bright city of Calgary.
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The hotel was named after the Duke and Duchess of York, later known as King George V and Queen Mary. Built around 1864, the hotel underwent many renovations over the course of a hundred years. In 1975, it was bought by the Wiens family who expanded the property. It was later included in the Vintage Hotel Properties in 1997.
Providing two exquisite 18-hole golf courses, The Cascade and the Old Course, The Omni Homestead Resort is an excellent place to become acquainted with some of Virginia's finest historic courses. Various Golf Packages, golf instructors and a Pro Shop are also available for guests to use.
The Omni Homestead Resort was built in 1766 and is one of the oldest resorts in America. Apart from a long history, though, the resort also has a rather sad ghost story to tell. During the 1900s, a young bride-to-be took her own life on the day of the wedding, when she found out that her fiance ran away. Her ghost is said to still haunt the 14th floor of the hotel, asking the guests or members of the staff for the time, since she is still waiting for her fiance to return.
The hotel offers luxurious suites, various amenities, comfortable accommodation, spa and wellness facilities and a premium location in the heart of Las Vegas, making it an ideal choice for a unique honeymoon experience.
52 floors: 169 metres (554 ft)