The Naples Hotel

Naples Hotel111 South Main Street

Naples, NY 14512

585-374-5630

www.napleshotelny.com

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The Naples Hotel, built in 1895, has been home to countless travelers over the years — some of whom have never left. Today, the hotel’s 32 rooms are haunted by at least six friendly spirits, including a woman and her children, as well as a gentleman named Topper. They are known to move pictures, turn on lights, and lock doors!

Audio tour:

Call 585-201-5079 x112 or listen below.

Opportunity for visitors:

Dinner and a Ghost Tour

The Naples Hotel will be offering a dinner and ghost tour package on Thursday nights. Dinner will be served family-style as you join other ghost enthusiasts for tales of our permanent residents.

 

Dinner includes a beverage, salad, bread, a selection of entrees prepared by Chef Dominick, along with coffee and desert. Dominick has experienced numerous ghostly events, and as you tour the hotel he will be there to validate the spooky happenings that occur every day!

 

Ghost Hunts

From midnight to 4 a.m., join your guides as you step back in time to discover the haunts within the walls of the Naples Hotel. You will explore three floors of the hotel while you are introduced to a variety of technologies used in paranormal investigations. You are welcome to bring your own ghost hunting equipment including cameras and recording devices.

 

Days/times of operation:

Dinner and a Ghost Tour - Thursday nights. Reservations required.

Ghost Hunts - Midnight to 4 a.m. Reservations required.

The Naples Hotel Restaurant - Tuesday through Saturday, 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.

The Naples Hotel Tap Room - Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Sundays, 12 p.m. to 1 a.m.

 

Costs

Dinner and a Ghost Tour - $50 per person

Ghost Hunts - $50 per person

Hotel deals or packages:

Dinner and a Ghost Tour is available with an overnight stay for an additional $75

Nearby Hauntings:

Miles Wine Cellars  |  William Phelps General Store/Palmyra Museum