Once the Aladdin Hotel, which had a rumored-to-be-haunted Panorama Suite on the 7th floor, Planet Hollywood is apparently still haunted. The place started out in 1963 as a small hotel called Tally-Ho, quickly renamed King’s Crown, and even more quickly purchased by Milton Prell and built into the landmark hotel with the Aladdin’s lamp sign. It opened in 1966; Elvis and Priscilla Presley were married here in 1967. The Panorama Suite is still believed to be haunted. Guests have awoken in the night to the sound of a puzzled ghost trying to get in the door. They have heard tinkering with the lock, the jiggling of the knob, the door buzzer ringing and whispering in the hallway. Things also disappear from the room only to turn up later in another spot.
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- 3667 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89109
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- 36.1100668, -115.17250100000001
- Clark County, Nevada
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