1. The haunted brothel in Victor, CO
After a fire in 1899 destroyed this Victorian-era brothel, casino, and saloon, the space was rebuilt and meticulously restored, bringing spirited supernatural stories. Legend claims the Victorian Gothic building's electrical wiring was done by Nikolas Tesla. Its bay windows, oak doors, 12- to 15-foot ceilings, and hardwood stairs are all original. The ghost who lives here is said to be a former miner who died in a gunfight. Equally creepy are some of the taxidermy and art the current owners have added.
Beds? 10 king and queen-size beds and two sofas. Sleeps up to 16 guests.
Location perks? This haunted house is the thing of nightmares and we're here for it. Location-wise, the Rocky Mountains are nearby while you're in the heart of Colorado's city of Victor.
Budget range? Affordable when shared among a large group – pricey if not.