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Halloween Parties 2017: Have a Hallo-scream Time at these Parties!

In a few days, the country’s run-up to Christmas will momentarily pause as ghouls and ghosts take the spotlight during Halloween. If you’re one of the many looking for Halloween parties 2017, you don’t need to look very far to find one. Here’s our list of hotels holding Halloween happenings, or ones where you can hold one of your own:

Cebu


Crown Regency Hotel and Towers

This 4-star Cebu establishment is best known for its Sky Experience Adventure, but this Halloween it’s got a different treat in store for its guests, both young and old.

Why here? The Crown Regency Hotel and Towers will be holding a Beauty and the Beast themed party at its King and Earl Hall on the 28th of October. The party starts at 10 in the morning until two in the afternoon, with trick-or-treating and a magic show as part of the amusements. A lunch buffet will also be served, and guests one 6D movie pass and unlimited play at the Vivo Playroom.

How much? Ticket prices are P499 for adults and P399 for kids. If you’re looking to stay the night, room rates start at P4400.

Montebello Villa Hotel

Less than a kilometer away from two Cebu malls, the 3-star Montebello Villa Hotel is a perfect place to continue what’s probably a trick-or-treating spree that started in those neighboring establishments.

Why here? This Halloween will be the third time that the hotel will be hosting their Halloween event. Dubbed “Cast A Spell 3: The Circus Show”, the event on Oct 29 will start at 4pm. It will feature a circus show, circus-themed attractions, and a movie. There will also be a costume contest for kids and adults, cupcake-decorating, and face-painting.

How much? If you’re planning to attend, all-access tickets cost P750 net per person, while companion rates are P650 net per person. Room rates, on the other hand, start at P6524 if you plan to spend Halloween here.

Allure Hotel & Suites

Named Business Hotel of the Year in 2011, the 3-star Allure Hotel & Suites is right in the midst of Mandaue City’s food and business district.

Why here? The hotel itself doesn’t have its own Halloween event, but it is surrounded by malls that will be having their own events. It’s less than 30 minutes away from Ayala Center Cebu and less than a kilometer away from J Centre Mall, so you can use it as a jump-off point for mall trick-or-treating.

How much? Allure Hotel and Suites is offering a 35% discount to guests until the first of November, which means you can get rooms as low as P1239.55, down from its usual P1907 rate.

Laguna

Caliraya Resort Club Inc.

With more than 50 buildings and amenities, the 3-star resort is perfect for huge gatherings or adventurous barkadas.

Why here? Its vast size is perfect for Halloween parties, as it gives you a lot of space to play with. Creative party planners can even incorporate the resort’s many activities, which include horseback-riding, windsurfing, and a zipline, just to name a few.

How much? If you’re booking for a November 1 party, you get a 30% discount on rates. That means you can book a room for P3500, inclusive of breakfast. That’s down from its usual P5000 rate.

Pampanga

Midori Clark Hotel and Casino

Located inside the Clark Freeport Zone, the 5-star Midori Clark Hotel and Casino is certainly a great place to stay in. With a pool party planning for its Halloween celebration, there’s even more reason to visit.

Why here? Midori Clark Hotel and Casino’s Halloween pool party is Moana-themed. Dubbed “Protectors of Motonui”, the party will feature swimming, a photo booth, a magic show, and a bubble show. It’s going to be held from 3 to 7pm on the 28th of October.

How much? Tickets cost P499 each, while room rates start at P7700.

Palawan

Hotel Centro Palawan

This 3-star Puerto Princesa hotel is less than 30 minutes away from the Puerto Princesa International Airport. It’s got 111 guest rooms that are both stylish and functional, ranging from a standard room to a honeymoon suite.

Why here? Hotel Centro Palawan will be hosting a Halloween “Party in the Pool” on the 29th of October. The hotel will also hold the Boos and Booze Halloween Happy Hour on October 31. People in the best Halloween costume will get a 10% discount on regular priced cocktails and other alcoholic beverages at the Soul Pool Bar and the IG Noshery.

How much? Tickets to Party in the Pool are P200 for kids below four and P300 for everyone else. If you need to sleep off all the booze you’ve taken in at their Halloween Happy Hour, room rates start at P6500.

Metro Manila

Berjaya Makati Hotel

Right in foodie favorite Poblacion, the 3-star Berjaya Makati Hotel is less than a kilometer away from the Power Plant Mall. After you’ve taken the kids trick-or-treating there, you can head on over here to keep the fun going.

Why here? Berjaya Makati Hotel’s event will be on the 31st of October, from 3 to 6 pm, at its Las Monumental Function Hall. Called “Enchanting Hollow”, the event will feature a magician, a photo booth, and face-painting activities. Enchanted Kingdom’s Eldar and Princess Victoria are also set to make an appearance.

How much? Tickets to the event cost P700. Room rates start at P2819 if you and the family want to spend the night there.

Azumi Boutique Hotel

The 4-star Azumi Boutique Hotel is located in the Madrigal Business Park in Alabang, and guests staying at the hotel get to enjoy a stunning view of the city skyline. It’s just a short distance away from the Alabang Town Center, the Festival Supermall, and SM City Southmall.

Why here? Aside from its proximity to trick-or-treat areas like the Alabang Town Center, the hotel is also hosting the Azumi Cosmic Kids Adventure. On October 28, from 10 am to 7 pm, guests will be get sweets, entertainment, and prizes that even include a free overnight stay.

How much? Azumi hasn’t released ticket prices, but you can book a room at the hotel starting at P4500.

Midas Hotel and Casino

Asia Tatler Dining named this 4-star hotel’s Midas Cafe as one of the best restaurants of 2012, which is something to keep in mind as a free lunch or dinner buffet there is one of the prizes for its Halloween event.

Why here? Midas Hotel and Casino’s Oh My Candies! event will be on October 28 at the Midas Tent. From 3 to 6 pm, guests will be treated to magic tricks, face-painting, and loot bags. But the real draw is the free lunch or dinner buffet that will be given to the guest who comes wearing the best and most “boo-tiful” costume.

How much? Tickets to Oh My Candies are P350 nett. If you want to stay the night and try out the Midas Cafe buffet anyway, room rates start at P6800.

The A. Venue Hotel

Another hotel located in Poblacion, this 4-star hotel is less than a kilometer away from the Power Plant Mall. You can head on over to continue trick-or-treating with your kids at the mall once you’re done with the hotel’s Halloween celebration.

Why here? The A. Venue Hotel’s Halloween party takes its cues from pop culture. Superheroes vs. Super Villains will be held on the 29th of October at the Aqua Function Room. It will feature a buffet lunch, loot bags, and other activities. Guests with the best costumes will also get a chance to win prizes.

How much? Tickets to Superheroes vs. Super Villains cost P888 net per person. Room rates start at P3683.

Vivere Hotel

Alabang’s 5-star Vivere Hotel has 200 elegantly appointed rooms and suites, and is less than a kilometer away from the Alabang Town Center and the Festival Supermall. You also get a stunning view of Laguna de Bay and Metro Manila.

Why here? The hotel will have a costume contest parade dubbed “A League of Our Own” on the 29th of October. Interested guests can register at 9 am, while the event itself will start at 10 am and end at 2 pm. Families with the best costume will win a three days, two nights trip to Hong Kong Disneyland for three!

Rates. Ticket prices have not yet been released, but room rates at Vivere Hotel start at 4500.

Boracay

Patio Pacific Boracay

Located on Boracay’s Station 1, Patio Pacific Boracay is a 65-room 3-star hotel that’s a good choice for some Halloween fun. Unlike other hotels, Patio Pacific Boracay isn’t holding a one-light part but a haunted house instead.

Why here? Patio Pacific Boaracay’s haunted house is called Aokigahara, which is the name of Japan’s infamous Suicide Forest. It’ll run until Halloween. The haunted house will be open from 5 to 10 pm.

Rates. Tickets to the haunted house cost P129 for adults and P89 for students and kids. Meanwhile, room rates start at P4000.

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