Andaz Liverpool Street Hotel, London, UK
Andaz Liverpool Street Hotel of London was built on land that was the first mental hospital of England – Bethlehem Royal Hospital. Opened in 1884, the hotel has 267 rooms, is the favorite choice of the stars like Beyonce and Lady Gaga.
In 2000, after being badly damaged, it was restored by architect Terence Conran. This restoration was accidentally discovered a Greek temple of Freemasonry hidden behind a false wall. It is considered as one of the greatest temples of this secret society at that time. Today, although not open to visitors but still be renting this place to organize events and weddings.
Western Walworth Hotel, Darlington, UK
Western Walworth is a castle that was built in the 12th century. It served as a deserted prison during World War II and was later used as a girls’ boarding school. Most visitors do not realize that beneath the hotel there is still a dungeon, which is sometimes used for important meetings.
Sofitel Legend Metropole Hotel, Hanoi, Vietnam
In 2011, employees of the hotel have discovered a secret basement below. When visiting this cellar, visitors will find the remains of those who had been here such as Bob Devereaux, an Australian diplomat with his names engraved on the walls of the cellar in 1975. Sofitel Legend Metropole Hotel is the 5 star hotel in the north of Vietnam and was built in the France’s colonial period. It opened in 1901.
Historian Andreas Augustin held training programs for six volunteering knowledgeable historians to guide tourists in their visit and help them learn about the history of the Vietnam war while being here.
Pearl Palace Jumeriah Hotel, Istanbul, Turkey
There were rumors that Erne Christie writer wrote “Murder on the Orient Express” in room 411 of the hotel. This room is now known as the Agatha Christie room. Pera Palace Jumeriah Hotel is located in central Beyoglu district, Istanbul. The hotel was first opened in 1892 to welcome the guests of Orient Express and also the residence of many celebrities such as Greta Garbo, Erne Christie.