There’s nothing like Halloween in Gay West Hollywood where anything and everything goes during weeks long, non-stop costume parties and revelries. On any given night during the rest of this month you might spot Lady Gagas, Honey Boo Boos, a few Kardashians and lots of vampires.
Even hotels jump on the fright night bandwagon with spook-tacular events and savings, like the Holly-ween Package at ‘Boo-tiquey’ The Orlando on Third, where you can score a whole of treats for just $289 a night. It’s the perfect venue for anyone who is attending West Hollywood’s biggest street party of the year
Holly-ween Package treats include:
- A one night stay at the newly renovated boutique hotel, The Orlando on Third.
- Bloody Brunch at The Orlando’s hip, on-site restaurant, The Churchill for two, featuring bottomless Bloody Marys.
- A personal costume fitting at Los Angeles’ hottest costume store, Trashy Lingerie.
- Two tickets to the “Dia De Los Muertos Festival” at Hollywood Forever Cemetery. on October 27th for anyone who books for October, 31, 2012.
- Handy late night transportation to and from the West Hollywood Halloween Festival for tipplers.
Rates starts at $289 (taxes and gratuities not included) and are valid from October 26 to November 1,2012. The package can be booked by calling 800-62-HOTEL. For more information visit www.theorlando.com.
Orlando on Third 411:
The only hotel on Third Street in West Los Angeles, The Orlando Hotel is a landmark member of a community filled with creativity and authenticity defined by the likes of Alexis Bittar Jewelry, Le Labo Perfumery, the Magnolia Bakery, Joan’s on Third and more. With staff eager to share insider information on shopping, dining and local events, guests get a real taste of L.A. living. And, it’s pet friendly too.
A recent $6 million renovation brought sleeker guest rooms with bigger bathrooms; high-tech, two-bedroom suites; a redone saltwater pool, an updated fitness center and massage room; all new lighting, enhanced small meetings space and a fully equipped business center. A 24-hour concierge, Wi-Fi, morning paper and evening turndown are complimentary with every room. Originally opened in 1984 as The Beverly Plaza Hotel, The Orlando has been a constant in a neighborhood that has evolved into the trendy, urban destination that it is today. The fashionable but friendly hotel is known for hosting entertainment and retail business travelers during the week and savvy L.A. visitors on the weekends.
The Orlando on Third is located at 8384 West Third Street in Los Angeles. Reservations can be made online or by calling 800-62-HOTEL. You can also find the hotel at www.theorlando.com and on Facebook.