Shilo Inn Suites

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Apart from a stunning view of the sea, the hotel has much more to offer; including some ghost stories. Staff and guests have reported having their names called out when there is no one around, cold spots, running footsteps and an entity which has been known to push people around.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

30 North Prom Seaside
Seaside, OR
United States

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45.994035618136465, -123.9295691539673
Clatsop County, Oregon
Nearest Towns:
Seaside, OR (0.3 mi.)
Gearhart, OR (2.3 mi.)
Cannon Beach, OR (7.2 mi.)
Jeffers Garden, OR (11.3 mi.)
Warrenton, OR (11.8 mi.)
Astoria, OR (14.2 mi.)
Hammond, OR (14.3 mi.)
Neahkahnie Beach, OR (18.3 mi.)
Nehalem, OR (19.0 mi.)
Manzanita, OR (19.0 mi.)


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  1. the hotel is no longer haunted. no need to waste your time. the hotel has changed to a holiday inn express and since the remodeling, no activity has been reported. show’s over, folks

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