The fun, scary and plain ‘olé creepy at Holiday’s Halloween Bash
Tuesday, October 28th, 2014
It was a night to let your freak out at the annual Holiday Hotel Halloween Bash held on Saturday, October 25th. The long anticipated event saw a crowd of islanders and visitors alike, dressed in their most ghoulish and terrifying attire. Of course there are always those that prefer to dress up as the sweeter, classier or even down right hilarious side of Halloween.
This year’s event saw wicked costumes, as partygoers reveled in the night and strutted the orange carpet. Holiday saw it all, from the scary monsters, vampires, witches and werewolves to the not so scary 80’s chicks, hard rockers, fairies and even a couple angels here and there.
But it wouldn’t be a party without amazing giveaways, and Holiday had thousands of dollars of cash and prizes to give to the best costumes. While everyone mingled and enjoyed cocktails, the judges had the arduous task of picking the winners for the top three fabulous prizes.
In the end it was the Gundam Fighter that took the first prize for most creative and won two round trip tickets to Cancun courtesy of Tropic Air.
Taking second place for manager’s favorite was the tree of life who took away $500BZ and two nights stay at Los Cocos Hotel for two in Chetumal, Quintana Roo.
While Simba and Scar of the Lion King walked away with the not too shabby third prize for most spectacular and $500BZ and one night stay at The Lodge at Chaa Creek for two in the Cayo District. Other fun prizes were also given to the crowd’s favorite, most craziest, best makeup, best couple, best group, most funnies and most elegant.
The party went on till the wee hours of the morning. Congratulations to the staff of Holiday Hotel and Caprice Bar and Grill on an amazing Halloween party. Next year’s party is sure to be bigger and better!
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