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Refinery Hotel Turns Halloween Into An Overnight Extravaganza
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Starting today, October 24, guests at New York City’s Refinery Hotel won’t have to leave the property to get into the Halloween spirit, they can just head to the 12thfloor to experience the property’s very own house of horrors. Here they’ll find suspense around every corner — the entire level has been turned into a haunted backdrop in which extra-daring guests can even choose to be spooked by ghosts, zombies and scary creatures. If you want to experience Halloween sans adrenaline you can take enjoy the floor with just a few tricks, a few treats, and many spooky surprises throughout, but no horror figure appearances.

Refinery Hotel House of Horrors

Refinery Hotel

Refinery Hotel House of Horrors

If anything Halloween-related makes you shudder, don’t worry, you can easily stay at Refinery Hotel without experiencing anything haunted-themed at all as the horror-theme is relegated exclusively to this floor. “For Halloween we wanted to create something spooky while ensuring those who may not like a scare don’t need to opt-in,” says Tyler Dubs, general manager at Refinery Hotel.

As a horror aficionado who would definitely opt-in for the scares, the question at the top of my mind is “how can I make a beeline to the most frightening section?” and luckily I got an answer quickly. “The bathroom is definitely the scariest space in the suite,” says Dubs. “Right when you walk in it looks like a crime scene, as if you may have just missed a murder. Bloody handprints and footprints and mysterious cries for help surround the bathroom, which make this an extremely creepy space.”

Refinery Hotel House of Horrors

Refinery Hotel

Refinery Hotel House of Horrors

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And it’s not just the décor at the hotel that has a ghoulish twist, so do the culinary offerings.

Dan Nistorescu the executive chef at Refinery’s signature restaurant Parker & Quinn created a Halloween room service menu to go hand in hand with the haunted floor. Choose from deliciously daring bites like “To Die For Brisket” which is smoked and served with beet BBQ sauce, funeral potatoes and coleslaw. Another tasty option is the Witch's Curls” which is made with squid ink pasta, calamari, Nduja butter and pan grattato – a “dark” pasta seafood delight. Also, you can’t go wrong with their “Devil on Horseback” which is chicken wrapped in Prosciutto drizzled in diabolique sauce served with a seasonal veggie medley. You’ll also get a bottle of Refinery wine and a charcuterie board to nibble on while you wait for your entrees. The hotel recommends binge watching Halloween movies while enjoying your meal.

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