[Random Cool] Booking.com Launches Haunted Hotels Website!

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Legend has it that at historic hotels across the nation, guests and staff have encountered supernatural forces – from faint footsteps to ghastly ghosts.

This Halloween, Booking.com, the largest brand in the global online accommodation sector, evokes the holiday’s spooky spirit, helping paranormal enthusiasts find their next ghostly getaway with the absolutely incredible Haunted Destinations finder.

Booking.com is also bringing its extraordinary roster of spooktacular accommodations to life through a horrific Haunted Hotels advertising campaign starring the Queen Anne Hotel in San Francisco.

Click on over to the Haunted Hotels page, which includes a list of the haunted properties and their brand new ad campaign – set to look just like a horror movie! We’ve also included the series posters created for this brilliant PR campaign below.

If you could travel to any, which would you choose, and why?

 
  • BabyJaneHudson

    Well the Stanley Hotel is pretty tempting for the Shining link, but I like the variety of possible hauntings at the 1886 Crescent Hotel. I’ll pass on the heartbroken brides.
    Very clever marketing.

  • cjzyo@bv.mintemail.com

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