Park Inn by Radisson

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Ghostly noises, scratching sounds and screaming can all be heard at the Park Inn. It is rumored that in the 70’s a wife discovered her husband was having an affair so she followed him to the hotel, killed him and his mistress and then herself in the bathroom. Supposedly this room is extremely haunted to this day.

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Geographic Information

Address:
2500 Carlisle Boulevard NE
Albuquerque, NM
United States

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GPS:
35.107248, -106.602869
County:
Bernalillo County, New Mexico
Nearest Towns:
Albuquerque, NM (3.2 mi.)
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  1. annisa Lucero  |  

    There is this rooom that is all alone the door is locked and has scratch marks on it debris holes on the door and it sounds like something is breathing heavily by the door

  2. I stayed here this passed weekend, I stayed with my small cheer team of 10. We got two conjoining rooms and another room down the hall. Upon arriving we tried to take the elevator to the second floor but had to take the stairs because they were having “problems” with the elevator. Maintenance was trying to force the doors open and bring it down from the third floor. If you didnt know, the third floor is supposed to be the haunted floor but at this time is under renovation. A couple of girls took the elevator the next day, pressed two, and were taken up to the third floor. On our first day we were getting ready for bed and all getting in the shower when a girl claimed her shower curtain opened all the way while she was in the shower. Upon hearing that another girl decided to do some research about the hotel and found that it was supposedly haunted. We called our coach and told her about it and she said it was probably a hoax and for us to get our rest because we had to get up early the next morning. It was around 10:30 or 11 at night. Our coach usually tapes our doors so she can tell if we left our room. While she was taping us in, a man who was delivering pizza stopped and asked her if she was “Sure that tape would keep her girls in.” It freaked us all out and decided to stay in my room for a while untill we calmed down from the scare. But, with no luck. A man with black steel-toe construction boots would walk up to our doors and stand there listening for us for about five minutes before walking away. He did this about five times before I decided to call my coach and security. Upon having three parents and myself threaten to call APD, they send a young female security guard who was nice enough to give us her contact information in case we need to get a hold of her. Our coach and the other girls had left and went back to their room. I asked her if it was true about the hotel being haunted and she told me she couldn’t say much except for that before she started working at the hotel, she didn’t believe in ghosts. The security guard also shared that the ghost that she had encountered was a little girl, she was friendly ghost that just wanted you to know you were there. Around 12:30, 1 in the morning, we had closed the conjoining doors just enough for them to be opened from either side if need be, but not enough for a breeze or wind to open it. We were all talking while laying down in our beds. There were four of us in the room, our door started to violently shake, we were all so scared we couldn’t move. I decided to get up and check if the girls from the other room weren’t playing a prank, but, they were all fast asleep. I returned to my bed and started up the conversation again. I was finally calming down when the nightstand drawer opened all on its own. Let’s just say the first night was not a good night for me. Only slept about four hours. The second night we all went to our coaches room to discuss what had happened the night before. I was sitting in a desk chair near the sliding glass door leading to a balcony. I started hearing things tapping on the window which scared me. I pulled open the curtain to see if there was anything I could see but there wasn’t. When our coach went out there were sugar packets and pennies laying all over the balcony but no one was to be found outside, security couldn’t find anyone either. Our coaches room was blacked out on the map. We stayed on the second floor across the hall overlooking the pool. In room number 267, 268, and 270.

    • Oh my gosh a few years back when it was the Radisson that same thing happened to me and my boss. We woke up to our door shaking and our night stand to and heavy breathing noise.

  3. I worked as the av director for the cascads as it’s now known for bseveral months, including during the time the young woman above mentioned, I was there the night APD was called (separate incident but same night)
    The hotel is most assuredly haunted, I never believed in “ghost stories” until I began working there. Still don’t believe in ghosts per say but that’s aside. I was installing some equipment one day in the water park and I was walking past I felt something calling out to me to go up the stairs right next to the WP, which is blocked off. I went up to inspect what I was feeling and as soon as I took my first step on the stairwell felt an immediate imposing darkness. True intense fear immediately consumed me. I continued up to find a locked door with no knob, and it was pretty banged up. I gave up and went downstairs to my office.
    That’s not all though. The two elevators are constantly having “problems” on many occasions I would need to use the elevators to haul equipment to the other building. Sometimes if you press the 2 button it will actually take you to the third floor. I never had it open when I didn’t intentionally go there, but I’ve heard it happens. But for me it would sometimes take me up to the third, stop, and then take me back down to one or the basement, on one occasion it actually did it three times before it let me out properly.
    There’s many tales about the cascada. From the third floor murders in the 70s, to the chef getting completely caught in the boiler in the basement a few years ago, to the claims it was a mob hotel and there were tortures in the basement of the second building. That’s another mixed up one that I definitely believe at least to an extent. If you go in to the service hallway of the second building you’ll find a broken down freight elevator that’s completely inoperable. Nearby is a rickety staircase that goes down to the basement. I’ve heard a couple times some kind of noise I can’t really identify, way too scared to investigate. Last time o worked in the hotel the door to that staircase was still open. You can find the service hallway at the near side of ocotillo 1 (formerly cotillion 1) and the far side of blue agave (I think that’s what they call it now, used to be called cavalier) if anyone was curious enough to investigate
    Hotel is definitely haunted by something, I can guarantee that.
    PS. If you were curious about the second building, the meeting rooms are on the second floor. There used to be a way in to ocotillo because it couldn’t lock. Not sure if that’s still the case. The staircase should lead to what I think used to be the old second building kitchen, which only makes sense. From there, Ive been told, is another staircase that leads to the basement. There are stairs going down, top where I have no idea, outside in the center area, where the putting green is. I don’t know if that’s open, only know the stairs are there. Good luck!

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