- Average Review
- (5 reviews)
- Scare Factor
- Appropriate For
- 12 and over
- Organization Type
- Commercial / For Profit
- Listing Categories
- Haunted Houses, Haunted Trails, Paranormal Events, Escape Games
- More Info
- Snacks & Refreshments, Outdoor Event(s), Indoor Event(s), Touching Not Allowed, Free Parking
The harvest begins October 1st…the soul harvest. Oliver is weak and has one month to collect the souls that he needs to survive the year in Abaddon. Lucky for him, he has the damned, who still wander the halls to do his bidding for him. You see many check in but only the fortunate check out. Will you survive your stay? Find out this October…your room is ready!
Terror in the Corn:
Come face to face with your favorite horror movie villains in this outdoor walking trail. Our realistic sets will have you thinking you just stepped inside your favorite horror movies. Will you survive a trip to Summer Camp or wake up from your nightmare? Find out in our newest attraction which will surely have you screaming!!
Zombie Escape Room:
The apocalypse has hit and you find yourself fighting for your life in a zombie infested wasteland when a survivor offers you refuge. He locks you in for safe keeping while he goes to look for more survivors but are you truly safe?
Our new midway is filled with craft vendors, food trucks, games, and psychics too!!
Hours of Operation: 7 pm - 11 pm
Other Special Events:
A Night at Hell House - October 8
Friday the 13th Slasher Weekend - October 13 & 14
Haunted Hell House - A Paranormal Investigation - October 13
Paranormal Investigation with Special Guest Daryl Marston - October 27
Admission Costs: Individual Tickets:
The Haunting at the Waldorf Hotel - $25
Terror in the Corn - $25
Infection - $20
Zombie Escape Room - $20
Scream Package (2 Attractions): $35.00
Terror Package (3 Attractions): $70.00
Payments Accepted: Cash
- event open dates
Recent ReviewsReview This Haunt
2 out of 3 attractions were AWESOME!!
Infection was an awesome experience! I was running for my life! The mansion was changed up a little from last year and also was terrific. The hayride was just ok....do that first to get it out of the way! We had such an awesome time!
Scare Factor: Fun Factor: Haunt Value:
1 out of 2 found this review helpful
The haunted house was fantastical
This haunted house was definitely among the best I've experienced. There were plenty of talented actors, you could tell a lot of work was put into it..and it was all well worth it! However, the hayride failed to even startle us, and we scare easily. I think it was because everything was so...expected. There was a lot to look at, but nothing that actually jumped out and scared us. I think if there were some actors coming out of the corn at some points in the empty spaces between scenes it would have been much better... I was also disappointed with the staff being relatively...rude. Especially the guy admitting us into the haunted house, I don't offend easily but he was very disrespectful. I can't say I was impressed by anyone I came in contact with being "friendly" in any way, just some being more neutral than others. Despite those downfalls, the house itself was great and I would definitely go back for that again, it's too good to pass up and let those other minor things get to me! Five pumpkins for the hotel itself :)Posted October 2014
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
Not for the faint of heart!
The Haunting at the Waldorf Hotel if by far the greatest haunted house we have ever been to. We travel all over and go through many haunted houses every October, and this haunted house is NUMBER 1! We purchased the VIP Passes, (Best $40.00 ever spent) since we came on a Saturday and it was PACKED! We started with the Waldorf Hotel, since we wanted to get it over with(we scare easy)! We were greeted by: James CuDie, the Hotel's Butler. BEST ACTOR EVER!!! Seriously, for a teenager, he was the best! He set the standard for what we were going to experience! He was in your face, intense, and devilish, and DID NOT BREAK CHARACTER AT ALL! Good job sir! When we got into the hotel, you could sense that things were going to be crazy. We entered the bar room, and the bartender was eager to get us drunk. But when we turned down the drink, things weren't going to end well. The Hotel Chef! FANTASTIC!!! I don't want to ruin the experience by saying too much. But Happy Birthday! Do Not Enter if you are easily disturbed, and scared. The Haunted Hayride was also intense. Very theatrical. We loved that all the horror movie classics were in the hayride, everybody loves a good Freddy Kreuger, and Leatherface. The sets were HUGE, so much better than last year. Overall this attraction was a 10 out of 10! Seriously, you should definitely go here! Don't bother with the local haunts!Posted October 2013
1 out of 3 found this review helpful
By far best haunted attraction in the Poconos
It was definitely worth the scare...rode the haunted hayride with was above average but then you need to get off through the haunted trail...that was creepy. We saved the best for last the haunted waldorf hotel....great actors keep you on your toes from the time of entry to the end of your "stay"". Very realistic. Highly recommend if you are looking for an interactive scary attraction!Posted October 2013
3 out of 4 found this review helpful
Scariest Haunted House I've EVER been to, and I've been to A LOT
I came here last year, not expecting much because it was on a street across from a bar... I was wrong. I love Halloween, and my mission every year is to hit as many haunted attractions as possible. This year I know Waldorf Hotel is on my list. I don't want to give anything away, but the crawl through section with the smell of meat literally had me ready to vomit, it was so realistic.Posted September 2012
2 out of 3 found this review helpful