Hampton Inn & Suites - Mesquite

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Guests and employees both have experienced ghosts here. Folks have seen a male apparition wearing black pants and brown shoes, and have spoken to a ghost girl, not realizing she was a ghost. A pervasive feeling of being watched also has been reported.

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Geographic Information

1700 Rodeo Dr
Mesquite, TX 75149
United States

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32.762891, -96.62401599999998
Dallas County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Mesquite, TX (1.5 mi.)
Balch Springs, TX (2.4 mi.)
Sunnyvale, TX (4.3 mi.)
Forney, TX (8.9 mi.)
Hutchins, TX (9.4 mi.)
Seagoville, TX (9.9 mi.)
Heath, TX (10.0 mi.)
Rowlett, TX (10.3 mi.)
Garland, TX (10.4 mi.)
Dallas, TX (10.7 mi.)


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  1. The land it’s self may be haunted, this building is not that old (80’s) and the steak house that was down the road also had stories of being haunted. (also being built in the 80’s) steak house is no longer there. I worked at the rodeo in the late 70’s and early 80’s before either was built, but did not encounter any ghostly visitors..

  2. My family and I stayed here over a year ago, I was kept up all night due to a spirit making loud noise and sitting on our bed all night, I don’t feel its the hotel but it is the land, I know I will not stay again.

  3. thats nice my neice is having her 15 there…….and they rented a suite.. haha this would be a great opportunity for me to experince it.

  4. I stayed at this hotel last night, I checked in around 8pm and left my things in my room… opened the drapes, turned on the TV.. I was in 528. (It was the corner room where you could look out to the parking lot). I left and got some chick fil a for dinner to take back to the hotel… I returned and parked where I could see my car from the window. I approach the hotel and look up, I see a lady holding a kid shadow in my room.. I double took and looked again, they did not move and I was so upset wondering why someone was in my room… why the front desk had the audacity to give them a key to my room… I even counted the windows to make sure it was my room… it was… I knew the top one wasn’t mine because the drapes were shut completely and the ones underneath the drapes were half open and half closed. My room was wide open, which is where the lady with the kid was… Nevertheless, I slept with the TV on… never again will I stay there. She was in my room with her kid in her left arm. Never. Again.

  5. That area used to be a brickyard til they hit water and the pit flooded with all the equipment in the pit. It was called nickel pond. Also part of old rodeo grounds.

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