Alexandria Hotel – Haunted
The Alexandria Hotel at 501 South Spring Street became Los Angeles's first five-star luxury when it opened on February 12, 1906. It also served as the city's main social center from 1906 to the end of 1920.
The Alexandria appears in my new upcoming book Haunted by History. In my opinion, the former hotel is the most historic building in Los Angeles. It also may be one of the city's most haunted.
I've included a few photos of the hotel through the years. Check back often because this page is still under construction.
The Alexandria Hotel, shortly after it opened in 1906.
The Peacock Tea Room and the hotel's once famous lobby, c. 1910s.
Interior of Feagans & Company, c. 1917-1918.
A Los Angeles Examiner banquet inside the Rose Ballroom in 1921. The ballroom, located on the Mezzanine floor, is one of the haunted areas inside the former hotel.
25th Installation Banquet and Ball of the Pangasinan Association of Southern California, Inc., Feb. 20, 1950. The event took place inside the Franco-Italian Dining Room (now the Palm Court). Los Angeles Public Library 00005947
The Franco-Italian Dining Room, aka Palm Court, in the 1970s.
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