Renaissance Dallas Hotel

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According to local legend, a man jumped to his death from this hotel’s roof, landing on the west side of the building. Witnesses say unexplained sounds come from the rooms and that the area of the roof is haunted.

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2222 Stemmons Fwy
Dallas, TX 75207
United States

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32.8036683, -96.83211010000002
Dallas County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Dallas, TX (2.1 mi.)
Highland Park, TX (3.1 mi.)
University Park, TX (3.7 mi.)
Cockrell Hill, TX (5.6 mi.)
Farmers Branch, TX (9.3 mi.)
Grand Prairie, TX (10.4 mi.)
Carrollton, TX (10.9 mi.)
Addison, TX (10.9 mi.)
Buckingham, TX (11.1 mi.)
Duncanville, TX (11.4 mi.)

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  1. My dad was at a buisness trip and stayed at this hotel. He was on the 22nd floor of the building. One night, he was looking on his phone after midnight on his bed. He started laughing at some pictures and a few seconds later, he heard a male chuckle right next to him. Pretty freaky, yet cool.

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