(Un)Living in Luxury
by, 10-24-2013 at 03:51 PM (2071 Views)
With Halloween less than a week away, I thought it was apropos to shine a light (one of those night-vision lights you see on Ghost Hunters) on a trio of Luxury Link properties located in three of the world's most notoriously haunted destinations...
The Jefferson, Washington DC
Washington, District of Columbia
They say the ghosts of past presidents regularly visit the White House, along with a demon black cat. Just two reasons Washington D.C. is on the list of most haunted cities in the world. If you're going goblin hunting in the Capitol you'll need a great place to stay, of course, and my pick is The Jefferson, an exclusive boutique hotel brimming with history and modern luxury. If you're scared of the dark you're in luck: there's a library filled with original documents signed by Thomas Jefferson to read until the sun comes up.
Call a séance with past presidents
Round Hill Hotel & Villas
Montego Bay, Jamaica
According to legend, the Rose Hall Mansion in Montego Bay, Jamaica was once home to a voodoo priestess who somehow misplaced three husbands. It's considered one of the most haunted places on earth. Thank goodness you'll be staying at Round Hill instead, where included massage treatments will melt the spooky stress away. Visit this paranormal paradise
The Stafford, London
Does anyone not know London is always on the list of world's most haunted places? The Tower of London alone has more ghosts and ghouls than some whole countries! So when it's time to shake off the cobwebs and re-enter the land of the living, may I recommend The Stafford.
London calling… the undead
These fancy-yet-frightful recommendations first appeared in this month's edition of my President's Link newsletter. Sign-up for future emails, and be sure to follow me on Twitter!