Here, our top picks for what to do this weekend including haunted clubbing at Bloody English in Las Vegas at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino and getting a rose petal facial at the Chantecaille Energy Spa.
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PLAY: Various haunted houses and Halloween themed clubs have sprouted up around the country but none are as fun as Bloody English, the transformed version of Body English, at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. Ghoulish perfumers and thrilling scenes will invade the underground venue until Halloween, so catch it while you can. 4455 Paradise Road, Las Vegas; bloodyenglish.com.
DRINK: As the weather starts to seriously chill we are the mood for the perfect cup of hot chocolate. The best of the best (and we have seriously tasted a lot of hot chocolate) is this Valrhona chocolate ganache hot chocolate at The Little Nell in Aspen (its good enough to forgo the slopes for). The Little Nell, 675 E. Durant Avenue, Aspen; thelittlenell.com.
EAT: Want artisan ice cream from your favor spot in Columbus, Ohio or crawfish from Louisiana? Enter Goldbely.com which is in the business of shipping you some of your favorite local foods right to your door. Why travel the US to eat, when you can do it from the comfort of home? For more information visit goldbely.com.
WATCH: "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" is a classic, that needs to be watched yearly during the Halloween season. Luckily various movie houses around the country are hosting screenings including The Beacon in New York City. For more information visit beacontheatre.com.
SHOP: With Halloween upon us, if you haven't gotten your costume yet, well, its time. Spend your weekend browsing a Halloween superstore. Our favorite spot is Hollywood Toys & Costumes in Los Angeles. 6600 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles; hollywoodtoysandcostumes.com.
PAMPER: Let's face it, your face needs some love this weekend. Our favorite facial at the moment is the Flower Facial at Chantecaille Energy Spa (who wouldn't want their face covered in rose petals)? 660 Madison Avenue, New York City; chantecaille.com.