Neon Nightmares at K West Hotel

Jamie Burnett

Jamie Burnett

Other 24th October 2018

Neon Nightmares at K West Hotel

What’s your poison this Halloween? K West’s Death Margarita is the essential tipple for you ghouls and ghosts this Halloween. Expert mixologists at Studio Bar have created a unique beverage consisting of Patron Coffee Liqueur, Mozart Dark chocolate, Kahlúa and Lemon Juice for an evening of neon nightmares.

From Saturday 27 October 2018, Studio Bar at K West Hotel & Spa will be transformed into a luminous night terror where only the brave will have the pleasure of sipping on the formidable Death Margarita (£12.50) served by bartenders wearing black suits and neon masks.

Garnished with round ice cubes made with grenadine, lychee, and blueberry this deathly beverage is served as the bartenders flame the rim - taking you ever closer to the neon demon below. Immerse yourself in Studio Bar’s gleaming surroundings decorated with vibrant LED lighting and glow-in-the-dark balloons for a dazzling Halloween experience.

Formerly the BBC Building Kensington House in the 70s and 80s, an endless list of Rock ‘n’ Roll royalty have stayed, played and misbehaved at K West – Bob Marley and the Wailers, Bowie, The Kinks and Roxy Music to name a few. Since becoming a hotel, the venue has continued to strike a chord with musicians, who often stay whilst playing at nearby music venues O2 Shepherds Bush Empire and the Hammersmith Apollo.

K West Hotel & Spa’s fun and vibrant ambience are fused with ultimate relaxation in a prime location. Situated in Shepherds Bush, the hotel is on the doorstep of Westfield shopping centre, the largest urban retail destination in Europe.

Every Friday and Saturday, top DJs play from 10pm until 2am, while the hotel’s expert mixologists create exotic cocktails for a distinctly cool crowd.

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