Holiday Inn Holidome - Plaza Hotel

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The former Holiday Inn Holidome, now the Plaza Hotel, is said to be haunted by a little girl who likes to play tricks by hiding things or turning the A/C on full blast. She could be found in a room across the hall from the king suite. Also, a male ghost resides in the northwest wing: an ominous presence, witnesses say. A female ghost watches over children in the swimming pool from one of the rooms.

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Geographic Information

Address:
3836 E Mulberry St
Fort Collins, CO 80524
United States

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GPS:
40.582246, -105.00589200000002
County:
Larimer County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
Timnath, CO (3.8 mi.)
Fort Collins, CO (4.1 mi.)
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Wellington, CO (8.4 mi.)
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Nunn, CO (14.5 mi.)

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  1. What is the story with these people…why do they haunt the hotel? Were they past owners, was there a murder, did the little girl drown in the pool?
    I would like to know more of the story.

  2. Journey Salazar  |  

    We called it hotel California.. desk clerk endalon was giving minors rooms with plastic cards from a box . Written everything in a day of technology or nothing. No food at location. Our room was third floor 208 he said it’s above 207 and only one way to get to room through the lobby but numerous exits out if you could get through the maze. We found our guide in the hall, he led us downstairs to our upper floor room. Rooms looked like a cheap super 8 but as a residential not hotel.. except ours which was really nice. My boyfriends phone notifications began playing don’t fear the reaper.. we counted 5 different hotel belongs in our room. Phone disconnected from wall. Phones glitching while we watched. Things showed up in our room that weren’t there before. Every exit was a dead end and literally signs right next to each other. Zombie looking people only there . Little kids playing in the halls. When we decided to get the hell out of there we couldn’t leave the town. Kept ending up In one of three places. Finally got out and sign said that hotel was 6 miles ahead. And how we found it firstly was a little creepy too. Fighting in the car and flustered found it on a farm road under the freeway a road and the super 8 we tried staying at wouldn’t let us because no heat in May.. even offered to pay and stay . Was handed a post it told to give to endalon and we’d have a room. I now wish I had read what it said. Hotel California and I have to go back someday and make sense of it all or just check in for the long haul but craziest experience ever.

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