FL Posted in Florida June 20, 2015 by Victoria W 8 Haunted Hotels In Florida That Will Make Your Stay A Nightmare If you’re looking for a unique place to stay and you don’t scare easily, these hotels could be perfect for you. 1. Loews Don Cesar Flickr/Matthew Paulson This iconic "pink castle" at St. Pete Beach, FL, is said to be haunted by its original owner, Thomas Rowe, and his sweetheart, Lucinda. Guests have reported seeing him in walking the beach in his signature white suit. 2. Marrero's Guest Mansion http://www.marreros.com/amenities.htm This Victorian Bed and Breakfast in Key West, FL, was built by Francisco to convince his love, Enriquetta, to join him on the island. After he died, Enriquetta discovered he had a previous wife she never knew about, who forced her and her children to leave the house. Her spirit has been known to swing the chandelier and to pay visits to guests who stay in her room. 3. Casa Monica Hotel Flickr/Steven Martin St. Augustine is a popular ghost tour town, and Casa Monica has its fair share of rumored paranormal residents, including a man roaming the hotel dressed in '20s era clothing. 4. The Biltmore Flickr/photorolandi A mobster who was killed in a gambling dispute in this historic hotel in Coral Gables, FL, is said to remain here in spirit. Guests have reported lights turned on and off and the elevator going to the wrong floor. He also reportedly holds doors open for the restaurant's waitresses. 5. The Vinoy Renaissance http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/tpasr-the-vinoy-renaissance-st-petersburg-resort-and-golf-club/ The Vinoy in St. Petersburg hosts a lot of professional sports players, and some have reported strange activity including apparitions and unexplained noises. 6. Seven Sisters Inn http://sevensistersinnhauntings.webs.com/ Seven Sisters in Ocala doesn't shy away from its ghostly reputation, as some hotels do. They believe the spirits in residence are benevolent, and that their sounds are welcoming to guests. 7. Florida House Inn http://www.floridahouseinn.com/ This Fernandina Beach bed and breakfast built in 1857 is said to be Florida’s oldest operating hotel, and reports of a sad looking man and a woman who get into bed with guests have been made. 8. The Historic Peninsula Inn & Spa http://innspa.net/photos/ This Gulfport inn has served as a military hospital, boarding house, and hotel since being built at the turn of the 20th century. The resident ghost is said to be a guest from the '50s, and has a phantom cat who roams the inn as well. Have you stayed in any of these hotels? Do you have any others to share with us? Please comment below!