Hotel Andra doesn’t seem to want to talk about reports of hauntings, but as a building that’s been around since the 1920s, the rumors fly. One former guest wrote on Trip Advisor that she experienced “a definite poke in the small of [her] back. There was nobody around except [her] husband at a barstool some distance away. It was very startling.”
Another wrote, “A night during the slow season is best. Experience sounds of people sprinting by your room's door, doors slamming, doors shaking, window sounds, what sounds to be high heels on wood, although the hallways have plush carpet, and if you’re 'lucky' you'll see 1920's Japanese men and women sometimes speaking to one another and who never acknowledge you.”
Whether they'll claim their haunted reputation or not, it's worth booking a room.