Why do the kids get to have all the trick-or-treating fun on Halloween?
The Hotel del Coronado will host their annual Hallo-wine &Spirits party on Saturday, October 29 and it's sure to be a scream.
Adults get to dress in their fanciest costumes and participate in ‘adult trick-or-treating’ inside the courtyard of the hotel. Guests will enjoy catered hors d'oeuvres that should be a step up from the Smarties and Tootsie Rolls the kids usually get.
After guests fill up on wine, cheese and other sophisticated treats, the party moves into the Crown Room for a night of dessert, spooky music, costume contest and dancing until you die.
Special guest (and resident ghost) Kate Morgan plans to make an appearance.
Kids can attend their own Halloween party with trick-or-treating, costumes, dinner and more for an additional charge.
Trick-or-treating is from 7 to 9 p.m. and the party in the Crown Room continues until midnight.
Tickets are $150 dollars and self-parking is $5. Go to the website to buy or for more information.
Through Halloween guests can also huddle together for the Ghost Roast, on the beach in front of the hotel.
Kate Morgan will once again visit guests around the fire and tell her tragic and ghostly tale of her life (and afterlife) at the Coronado landmark.
Fire pits are $100 for one hour and menu options are available.
Those looking for free tickets to the Hallo-wine &Spirits party (and to preemptively burn off that Halloween candy) can attend the Del’s Spooky Spin class on Friday, October 28. Cyclists wear their creepiest costumes and compete on stationary bikes on the beach for two free tickets to the party.
Spooky Spin is $25, $15 for local residents. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Susan G. Komen charity.