House of horrors comes to the House on Sathorn

photo courtesy of The House On Sathorn

Let's celebrate Halloween like never before at The House on Sathorn, which is poised to welcome scary creatures and spookiness on Saturday from 6pm.

A collaboration with Penfolds Max, "The House Of Horror" on the upper floor of The House on Sathorn will bring sophisticated yet spooky vibes inside the heritage house where guests are encouraged to put on their best costume and get their fangs on to dance to DJ Orawan and DJ Groove's electronic jazz beats featuring saxophone sounds by Antonio Pedrero Garcia.

Expect to see special surprise shows as the house's mixologist will team up with guest mixologist Son Nguyen who will be bringing heaps of talent.

Built in 1889 during the reign of King Rama V, The House on Sathorn's neoclassical structure originally housed wealthy businessman Luang Sathorn Rajayutka who built the Sathorn Canal. The House was later passed down to his descendant.

In the early 1920s, the site was converted into the majestic Hotel Royal. Later, between 1948 to 1999, the building served as the Russian Embassy. In 2015, The House on Sathorn opened its door again after an extensive renovation was done by Thailand's Fine Arts Department.

Tickets cost 400 baht inclusive of one drink. Max Discovery tickets, Penfolds Max's packages, Penfolds St Henri packages, and Special Room Bundle Offer tickets are also available.

Visit the-house-of-horror or call 02-344-4025.

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