The Omni Grove Park Inn, Asheville, North Carolina
This marvel of architecture was built on Sunset Mountain by Edwin Wiley Grove in 1913—a soda pop heir from Tennessee attempting to cure his chronic hiccups. One of the hotel's most famous guests was F. Scott Fitzgerald, who checked in while Zelda spent some time at a nearby sanatorium. You won't be running into any Fitzgeralds during your stay today, but you could catch a glimpse of another 1920s figure: The Pink Lady, a guest who met her end on the floor of the atrium after falling two floors from her room. The pastel mists you see—and chills you feel—will give her away.