This Could Be the Scariest Hotel Ever

The scariest, and most dangerous, hotel is the Frying Pan Hotel, 32 miles off the coast of North Carolina atop the Frying Pan Tower. The tower was built in 1964 with a lighthouse to warn approaching ships of the shallow Frying Pan Shoals. Since new technology made the lighthouse obsolete, the tower was sold to Richard Neil in 2010. Now it is a research station and marine wildlife refuge, but it also has an eight-room bed and breakfast.

The location is Spartan, but this hotel has amenities for those looking for adventure. There are boat and helicopter shuttles, a hoist to and from the water's surface, high-speed internet, scuba diving, snorkeling, fishing, shooting, golf, games, and a full kitchen. There's even an underwater camera so you can schedule your snorkeling around the sharks.

Book your adventure at the Frying Pan Hotel here. No pets, no children under ten, and guests over 300 pounds must travel by boat. All guests must undergo a safety briefing and sign a liability waiver. -via Everlasting Blort

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