Saturday, October 26, 2013 — Who’s looking for the hottest Halloween haunt? Embrace your alter ego, don your most stylish costume and head to W San Francisco’s “sinister chic” Halloween Happening. Celebrate Halloween in Style at the Haunted W San Francisco located at 181 Third Street, San Francisco, CA 94103. Doors9pm-2am
W San Francisco turns into a hotel-wide haunted house, featuring San Francisco’s hottest deejays spinning Top 40, Hip Hop, EDM and more – DJ Twin Spin and DJ Feldy with special guest deejays, The Disco Fries. Put on your most creative costume and head to the W San Francisco to party all night. (Skimpy) costumes are encouraged. Advance discounted tickets available at www.wsfhalloween10-26-2013-jb.eventbrite.com
Limited discounted presale tickets available and price increases soon, so act fast! For more information, visit JBPevents.com or call (310) 749-9029. Checkout sneak peek at W San Francisco Halloween online at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CHlEyaFzH-U
About W San Francisco
Located in the heart of the SoMA district, W San Francisco is the ultimate urban oasis, with panoramic views of the city’s skyline and a breathtaking view of the Bay Bridge. W San Francisco’s contemporary style mixes local influences inspired by the city’s diverse neighborhoods with the W brand’s New York-inspired DNA. With more than seven state-of-the-art meeting room and banquet spaces, W San Francisco can accommodate every meeting planner’s needs. The Living Room and meeting rooms include sleek metro sleeping pods and a glowing fireplace, a perfect gathering spot for cocktails or an energizing place to work. Premier attractions include TRACE, the hotel’s new farm-to-urban-table restaurant that captures the vibrant, local personality of the Bay Area along with a dedication to socially responsible eating. W San Francisco is walking distance to the city’s premier Union Square fashion and shopping district; top design-centric attractions such as the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; live music venues including the Warfield Theater and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts; and San Francisco’s white-hot nightclub scene. A favorite venue for design shows, film screenings, fashion gatherings and music events, W San Francisco is a home away from home for international jetsetters—and the place to be for in-the-know locals.