This hotel dates back to 1925, and used to have a large fountain around which the original builder and his lover used to meet. The fountain has since been removed but guests still claim to see the young couple’s ghosts walking the spot, hand-in-hand.
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- 3400 Gulf Blvd
St Pete Beach, FL
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- 27.7091737, -82.73715949999996
- Pinellas County, Florida
- Nearest Towns:
- Saint Pete Beach, FL (1.1 mi.)
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Gulfport, FL (3.4 mi.)
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Myself and 3friends back in 03 snuck in and went to tge 3rd floor. . Once we steped foot on the 3rd floor we all heard banging down the corridor.. we got scared and ran out. . Last month i started working there in housekeeping. . Things went missing and i felt my hait pulled qyite a few tines. I no longer work there. Around midnight you can sometimes see the man who built it standing facing the ocean.
During WW II this hotel was a military Hosp. A sailor was seen on the beach many times by other patients and by the Coast Guardsman that was on beach patrol with a German Shepherd. When the dog would get near the sailor he would “Wimper” like he was whipped. I was told this by the beach patrolman that the only time the dog ever did this was when he saw the sailor. The sailor was dressed in Navy dungereese and a blue hat with a “Popeye” type beard..The sailor was only seen at nite. I was told by a former patient, His name was Bob Kay and he was from TX.