Ghost Palace Hotel
Ghost Palace Hotel
In the highlands of Bali, you will discover the Ghost Palace Hotel, an abandoned hotel shrouded in mysteries of ghosts, curses and corruption. Located very near Lake Beratan, this massive abandoned luxury hotel resort is built on the side of a mountain ridge with spectacular views of the valley below. Today, the hotels empty, cold and dark. Built in the early 1990s, the hotel was abandoned on the eve of its opening for mysterious reasons. Upon entering the hotel, you will immediately feel that something bad happened here, and it is a great place for ghost hunters and those looking for an extraordinary experience in Bali.
Formerly know as the PI Bedugul Taman Rekreasi Hotel and Resort, the Ghost Palace Hotel now lies overgrown with weeds and creepers. The rooms are dark and have been left untouched from the day it was abandoned. You will find half finished hotel rooms, grand ballrooms and many dark black rooms where a flashlight is the only way to see your way around.
There are many legends that surround the hotel, one story says that the real estate developer behind the project became cursed from the locals due to corrupt business practices and subsequently became bankrupt, abandoning the complex. Another story tells of a fully operational hotel with workers and guests, all of whom disappeared in one night, leaving only ghosts and spirits wandering through the hotel’s empty dark corridors. Another story tells of the hotel haunted by the spirit’s of labourers worked to death during the construction of the hotel.
It is hard to work out which of these stories may be true, but the most likely scenario is that it was built with funds from an investment project of Tommy Suharto, the youngest son of former Indonesian President Suharto. Tommy went to prison in 2002 after being convicted of ordering the assassination of a judge on Indonesia’s Supreme Court who had previously found him guilty of corruption charges. Subsequently, construction of the hotel ground to a halt and has never restarted.
Now abandoned for over a decade, the building still bears the furnishings and fixtures of a hotel preparing to receive its first guests. A word of warning though… if you are walking through the dark corridors, make sure you go with a friend and a flashlight, and you see something moving towards you in the shadows… run!!!
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