The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel Celebrates Halloween with Creatures of the Night

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Don your favorite costume and join us for Creatures of the Night in celebration of Halloween. Presented through Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ambassadors of the Environment, Creatures of the Night is offered nightly from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, October 27 through Saturday, October 29. Guests young and old will enjoy a treat for their five senses. Activities include the Shadow Game, A Ghoulish Smell, Bump in the Night, Monster Madness, Let Me Pick Your Brain, Candy Bar Taste Test and Creepy Cooking. The evening is $65 per person and is full of tricks and treats, including a prize for Best Costume.

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The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel celebrates Halloween with Creatures of the Night. Don your favorite costume and join us for Creatures of the Night in celebration of Halloween. Presented through Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ambassadors of the Environment, Creatures of the Night is offered nightly from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, October 27 through Saturday, October 29. Guests young and old will enjoy a treat for their five senses. Activities include the Shadow Game, A Ghoulish Smell, Bump in the Night, Monster Madness, Let Me Pick Your Brain, Candy Bar Taste Test and Creepy Cooking. The evening is $65 per person and is full of tricks and treats, including a prize for Best Costume.

Events are designed around the five senses and include:
Sight: Guests try to identify different shadows in the Shadow Game.

Smell: Various items such as candied apples, chocolate bars, candy corn, and pumpkin are placed into a small box and guests try to guess what each item is based on its aroma in Ghoulish Smell.

Hearing: Sounds and songs are played and guests try to verify the animal noises, scary sounds and spooky songs in Bump in the Night.

Touch: Items such as spaghetti (for brains) and Jell-o with fruit (for eyeballs) are placed in a small box and guests try to guess what they are in Let Me Pick Your Brain.

Taste: Each guest is given a blindfold and then eats a series of Halloween treats (candy corn, Baby Ruth bar, gummy worms) and is asked to identify each one in the Candy Bar Taste Test.

Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ambassadors of the Environment is designed to give guests of all ages the most fun and enriching experience possible in nature. This is achieved through eco-excursions, games, multimedia presentations, discussions and activities. The natural wonders of Southern California make it a natural classroom and living laboratory where kids, families and adults can learn and grow during a fun, interactive activity. Kid’s excursions are designed for children between the ages of five and eight and youth excursions are for children between the ages of nine and 16.

Situated atop a 150-foot bluff in picturesque Dana Point, California, The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel has catered to the world’s most discriminating guests for more than 27 years. Whether guests are looking to get away for a second honeymoon, try surfing for the first time, or just relax on the beach, this seaside retreat boasts luxuriously appointed guestrooms, casual and upscale dining options, a recently renovated spa and access to several local golf courses. Consistently ranked among the best resorts in the world, The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel offers a variety of recreational activities, award-winning dining and personalized service. For more information or reservations call 800/241-3333, the hotel directly at 949/240-2000, a travel professional or visit The Ritz-Carlton website.

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