One of the largest wooden buildings in the United States, the Hotel del Coronado (The Del) was built in 1888.
Before 1900, two tragic women had separately committed suicide, each taking with them the life of an unborn child. Their ghosts remain in two rooms.
The ghosts of a little boy and girl have also been reported, as well as a hotel caretaker walking the dining room and a Victorian lady gliding across a dance floor.
Two Victorian hotels, the Grand and the Kale Saddlery were lovingly reconstructed onthe former site of Ida Bailey’s “cat house” in the heart of the Gaslamp’s historic red light district.
At the time, a favorite haunt of Wyatt Earp, the hotel is now the haunting grounds of the ghost of a mid-1800’s gambler by the name of Roger A. Whittaker.