Hotel Boulderado

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This early 1900s hotel building is said to be haunted and Rooms 302 and 304 as the most so. In these rooms witnesses have seen apparitions and have experienced electrical disturbances and disembodied voices. These rooms are said to be the site of a double suicide. A chloroformed himself to death and his wife, upon finding him, followed suit. However, she was not killed but found and taken to the hospital. Another ghost is said to haunt the top floor hallways, a lady in white.

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2115 13th St
Boulder, CO 80302
United States

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40.019392, -105.27942889999997
Boulder County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
Boulder, CO (0.6 mi.)
Seven Hills, CO (1.8 mi.)
Pine Brook Hill, CO (2.8 mi.)
Seven Hills, CO (3.1 mi.)
Valmont, CO (3.5 mi.)
Tall Timber, CO (3.8 mi.)
Crisman, CO (4.6 mi.)
Mountain Meadows, CO (5.4 mi.)
Sunshine, CO (5.6 mi.)
Lazy Acres, CO (5.8 mi.)

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  1. Woke up at night and saw a figure in our room. I thought someone broke in and was in our room. They walked by the end of the bed and stopped the the nightstand on my husband’s side of the bed. I couldn’t tell if they were looking at the nightstand or straight ahead. I had realized at this point it was a ghost not a real person. While it was good to know a live robber wasn’t in the room I was still very frightened. I won’t go back!

  2. We stayed there July 11, 2016. My husband and I stayed in one room and my daughters shared another room. I heard unexplained noises inside of our room and also smelled the scent of a burning candle in the bathroom with no candle present. The following morning, my husband smelled the scent of tobacco with none being present. Also the following morning, many small flies were present in the bathroom in the room my daughters shared. I suppose that may not be so unusual, however, the flies were not anywhere in the room the previous evening.

  3. I worked here for 6 mos. — this place is certainly haunted. Spoke with many different people in many different departments about their stories! It’s not a scary building or mean spirits but def. haunted

  4. I stayed in room 300 for three nights this week. I wasn’t aware of the haunted history. I woke up one morning and was working g out in my room for about a half hour when I heard what I thought was a hissing noise. I was concerned that maybe the heat turned on so I investigated it only to find that the sink was turned on full blast. I turned it off and continued my workout. I mentioned how odd this was to coworkers staying there and they told me of the ghosts and that most sightings are in room 302&304

  5. My husband and I stayed in room 302 and I work up to mumbled voices then as I just started to fall asleep something put a hand on my head and pushed back my hair. At the time I did not know this was hotel Haunted.

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