incredible hotel rooftoop bars around the world

Many of the world’s top hotels have recently transformed their rooftops into hip lounges. Celebrate the new year with a refreshing cocktail in hand (and culinary treats in the other) while getting a bird’s-eye view of cityscapes, mountains, rivers, or coastlines. It’s like having a luxury travel for a few moments. Stick around to enjoy the sunset views in UK, Thailand, and more must-visit cities around the world. Take a look on those incredible hotel rooftop bars and refresh your hotel experience. Some of these rooftop bars stay open year-round.

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London – Tower of London, England

incredible hotel rooftoop bars around the worldGiven that Mint Hotel Tower of London debuted last winter, the summer marked the first time the Skylounge was finally able to show off its outdoor terrace.

Three Sixty Rooftop Bar at Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark, Missouri

incredible hotel rooftoop bars around the world

Could this be the new premiere seating area to watch St. Louis Cardinals’ home games?

Blue Sky at Sofitel Centara Grand Bangkok, Thailand

incredible hotel rooftoop bars around the worldThis 565-room hotel houses many cool spots — eight restaurants and two bars to be precise. But the hippest place for a drink is Blue Sky, its rooftop lounge on the 24th floor that debuted in December 2010. In addition to specialty cocktails, wine, beer, and a full bar, you can order tapas that range from grain-fed beef to desserts like Black Forest cake.

Lantern at The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore

incredible hotel rooftoop bars around the world

Even as Lantern’s second summer draws to a close, the city’s pulse continues to throb up on the roof of The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore, in the Marina Bay waterfront area. Sample tapas (like mini Wagyu beef burgers), and enjoy live Latin music and DJ-spun tunes.

Rooftop Lounge at Thompson Toronto, Canada

incredible hotel rooftoop bars around the world

Since opening in June 2010, the lounge has had two personalities: a poolside club during the day (complete with cabanas and an infinity-edge pool) and a nightclub vibe after dark. No matter what time of day or night you swing by, enjoy panoramic views of Lake Ontario and the Toronto skyline.

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