Update on Halloween 2023 in Coronado
Due to the closures throughout the country events for Celebrate Halloween in Coronado Panama on October 27th, 28th & and 29th at the Coronado Luxury Hotel and Beach Club have been postponed.
Over time, Halloween has become associated with a number of traditions and customs. This Halloween, the Coronado Club offers new events in Coronado bringing some of those Halloween traditions to the beach area.
Halloween 2023 in Coronado Panama
Golf & Halloween Neon Party 18+
Friday, Oct. 27th,
Enjoy a fun night of Golf and a Halloween-themed Neon Party. This event is for 18+ and takes place Friday, Oct. 27th from 6:30 p.m. on the Executive Course. The event is open to teams and individuals alike. Registration is $40 and includes neon golf balls, food (hamburger or sausage), and an open bar (national drinks) until 9:00 p.m.
For those looking to dress for the occasion, there is a prize for the best costume and a top score award. Tee time is 6:30 p.m. To register call the Coronado Golf Club 6030-6644.
Halloween Kids Party at the Coronado Hotel
Saturday, Oct. 28th, 2023
This year, dress up and join the Coronado traditional Trick-or-Treat tour and Neon Party at the Coronado Hotel on October 28th, 2023 from 4:00 p.m. Since there are limited spaces for this event please make reservations at the Coronado Hotel by calling 6747-0959.
Enjoy trick-or-treating, and prices for the best costume, along with neon face painting, spooky drinks, and more! There will be a BBQ Halloween Buffet dinner at La Terrazas following the event. The cost of the event is $20/pp.
Halloween Beach Party at the Coronado Beach Club
Sunday, Oct. 29th 2023
Get ready to hit the dance floor with R24, and enjoy a beach BBQ at the Coronado Beach Club from 5:00 p.m. onwards. This event is for members of the Coronado Club & and their guests.
There is no cover charge. Please book with the Coronado Pro shop before the 26th by writing firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 6030-6644.
More for Halloween at the beach
Another popular Halloween tradition is carving pumpkins into jack-o-lanterns. This custom originated in Ireland, where people would carve turnips or potatoes and place candles inside them to ward o evil spirits. This year the Rey Coronado opened its doors again after extensive renovations and has a wide selection of pumpkins ripe for the carving!