Tiny room but 1 wall was a mirror which was pretty damn nice😀
This hotel is famous for being haunted... I took a ghost tour here once. The tour was creepy cool but if you want to cut to the scary stuff, just ask to see the basement. Free and spooky!
This 'haunted" hotel can be briefly seen in the opening shot of Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho."
The spirit of a young woman is said to haunt the hotel, which has been featured on television’s "Most Haunted."
Make sure you visit 2nd floor
if friends are coming into town and need a place to stay I would select the San Carlos. it reasonably priced and overflowing with personality.
I was not impressed. A large man could not fit in shower. Never found the thermostat. The floor of the lobby was dirty. Staff was not friendly.
Through Saturday: Catch the legendary Ghosts of Phoenix Tour. Tickets are $13 for adults, $7 for children (8-12). www.ghostsofphoenix.com
Now famous mostly for it's ghosts, this place used to be host to a bunch of Hollywood stars. Definitely worth a visit.
Stars such as Mae West, Humphrey Bogart, Clark Gable and Marilyn Monroe stayed at the hotel in its heyday. These days, though, the hotel's reputed ghosts are its most famous guests.
Rooftop pool and deck — a major treat in downtown Phoenix. The ghosts are widely talked about, but at the Ghost Lounge, the spirits are strictly liquid.
the clarendon hotel has free parking free WiFi free international calls free minibar and if you are a business traveler they give you $20 cash back each night!
It's likely to find yourself kissed if you attend a Monday night swing dancing Valentine's day event here.
A fun place that offers ghost tours, and still has its vintage look in the hallways. Amazing poolside outside and great views to see around the downtown streets. Feels like being in the early 1900's.
Ghost Tours during the month of October! Great way to get into Halloween mode. Check out ghostly encounters caught on camera with photos from previous guests. (a ghost rode the elevator with me)
Elevators are broken beware!!!
If you book a night at the San Carlos be sure to stop byt the bar, Ghost Lounge and use our promo code for dsicounts: GL
Once the location of the first school in Phoenix in 1874 and where many children died during a swine flu epidemic in 1918, the hotel was built here in 1927 & opened in 1928. Look out for ghosts!