Rixos Bab Al Bahr launches Halloween activities

Offerings feature all-inclusive staycations, themed parties and Halloween activities

The property’s Inferno Club will be hosting a Halloween party for adults
Wassim Raslan
The property’s Inferno Club will be hosting a Halloween party for adults

Ras Al Khaimah’s Rixos Bab Al Bahr has launched an all-inclusive staycation that features Halloween activities.

Activities include mask making, trick or treating, face painting, arts & crafts and games at Rixy Club as well as a Halloween parade and a magic show for kids.

The property’s Inferno Club will be hosting a Halloween party for adults, which will include prizes for the best-dressed title. The party will take place on 31 October, 2019 from 10pm to 4am.

The package is also inclusive of unlimited food and happy hours from the property’s restaurants and bars along with complimentary activities including pilates, paddling and aqua aerobics as well as access to the private beach, sun beds and swimming pools.

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