The Robb Report has released a list of five of the most frightening yet fantastic Halloween parties, and celebs will be out for the festivities!
The parties are set to take place at upscale hotels near and far.
The Wynn Las Vegas plans to create an Alice in Wonderland atmosphere in its three nightclubs, transforming them into Wynnerland. Intrigue Nightclub will become Intrigue Rabbit Hole for the event and giant gold clocks and antique frames will serve as a backdrop. XS Nightclub will become Queen's Garden and Surrender Nightclub will be Mad Tea Party. They will appropriately include teapots, teacups and bright lanterns hanging from the ceiling.
In San Diego, Hotel del Coronado will throw a Hallo-wine and Spirits soiree for adults only. At $150 a head, guests will enjoy the festivities and can also partake in a vixens-and-villains costume contest. This event goes until midnight October 29 and may cause partygoers to flee earlier if they cross paths with Kate Morgan, a Hotel del Coronado guest from the 1800s who died under mysterious circumstances, and is rumored to wander around in ghost form.
St. Martin's Belmond La Samanna luxury resort will host its first annual Halloween masquerade ball on October 29. While concealing their identities, guests will dine and party until the sun sets.
Celebrating Halloween in Boston? The Liberty, a Luxury Collection Hotel has you covered. The centrally located and newly renovated hotel is throwing a “Silence of the Lambs”-themed party on October 29. How many Clarice and Hannibal Lecter costumes do you think will turn up?
The Rosewood San Miguel de Allende will launch a collection of events for Mexico's Dia de los Muertos holiday. Events include a costume contest, parade and even a skull-painting contest!