Details of Haunted Place :
The Beauty and the Haunting of the Banff Springs Hotel
Banff is a beautiful town in the Rocky Mountains that has been cited as the most popular tourist location in the world. Just outside of Banff sits the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel, which is an old railway hotel built between 1887 and 1888. Opened in 1888, it has been a shining example of a hotel since. One interesting story about the hotel is the fact that one room was
accidentally built with no windows or doors. The workmen hid the mistake and no one knew of it until the 1920s when a fire caused the rebuilding of the hotel. Since then, that room has been the site of ghostly events.
Haunted Banff Springs Hotel located in Banff National Park Alberta
The corridor that borders that room is often a place where apparitions drift through the hallway late at night. In the rooms surrounding this extra room, a phantom bellhop will offer his services to the patrons in those rooms. The bellhop has even been known to open doors for people who have lost their key. It happens so much that those who work in the hotel now call him Sam.
Possibly the most famous ghost at the “Castle of the Rockies” is the bride who died at the hotel on her wedding day. She fell down the stairs going to her wedding and died, and now she can be seen standing on the stairs, waiting for a wedding day that never came.
Ghosts are regular visitors to the Banff Springs Hotel
Other ghosts include a bartender who tells guests to go to bed if they have drank too much and a headless bagpiper
(who unfortunately keeps on playing his pipes).