Le Méridien Dallas - The Stoneleigh

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The Bolla Bar inside the 1923 Stoneleigh Hotel is said to be haunted by restless souls who passed away in the hotel, especially during thunderstorms. Witnesses say strange things have happened here for years: Lights flicker, the elevator works on its own, apparitions scare guests and glasses shatter for no apparent reason. During storms, the phenomena are said to intensify.

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    Geographic Information

    Address:
    2927 Maple Ave
    Dallas, TX 75201
    United States

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    GPS:
    32.79751, -96.80737199999999
    County:
    Dallas County, Texas
    Nearest Towns:
    Dallas, TX (1.0 mi.)
    Highland Park, TX (2.6 mi.)
    University Park, TX (3.7 mi.)
    Cockrell Hill, TX (6.3 mi.)
    Farmers Branch, TX (10.3 mi.)
    Buckingham, TX (10.7 mi.)
    Richardson, TX (11.3 mi.)
    Addison, TX (11.4 mi.)
    Hutchins, TX (11.6 mi.)
    Grand Prairie, TX (11.6 mi.)

    Contact Information

    Web:
    http://www.lemeridiendallasstoneleigh.com/

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    1. I stayed at the Stoneleigh in 2004 for a few days for work. I knew nothing about this hotel prior to arriving as it was my job that secured my room. Several other coworkers from around the country arrived as well. None of us had met before. The first morning as we gathered in the lobby we were astonished when two of us, one very disturbed, said something grabbed her in her bed, pulled the covers off, and shook her violently. After calling the front desk in fear, the hotel had no explanation and it was not an intruder as their door to the room was locked with the security lock. Long story short, other things began happening to others that week, and the hotel denied any knowledge of paranoral activity. Finally a doorman told us there was issues with the hotel, and a bartender stated the same. They were never to discuss the incidents. On our last night, I walked into my room to find the bathroom faucets both turned on – full blast, and I had only been away from the room about 20 minutes. Needless to say, I stayed up the whole night dressed in case I had to leave my room in a hurry. I still remember my room number – 909. We were so glad to leave that creepy old hotel. A few weeks later another coworker from my home city stayed at the Stoneleigh for work only to have his covers pulled off of him as he slept and his wallet hidden behind the armoire. This is only a brief summary of several things that happened, but I’m certain of the issues with the Stoneleigh and would never stay there again.

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