On top of the ME London hotel, formally known as the Marconi house where the first BBC programming was broadcast in 1922, is the Radio roof top bar. Ten floors up the roof was once home to transmission aerials but now replaced with big sofas and space heaters. Enjoy amazing views of London, delicious cocktails and tapas such as scotch eggs, wagyu beef sliders and mac'n'cheese. Open till 3am on the weekend, get there early to avoid the queue.
Tucked away on the fifth floor, the rooftop lounge bar at the Sanctum Soho is an oasis of calm; in fact, it’s so calm you probably wouldn’t even believe you were in Soho at all. In keeping with the ethos of the hotel, it promotes relaxation to the highest degree. Think sink-into sofas, soothing music and its very own alfresco Hydro-Spa.
The Skylounge rooftop bar offers lovely views over the Tower of London, Tower Bridge and the Shard – especially at night, and most particularly from the rooftop terrace.
When the weather's amenable, the terrace barbecue menu includes dishes as spiced lamb sliders, char grilled honey and thyme poussin and steamed Scottish mussels.
The Queen of Hoxton's Rooftop transforms from its toasty self in winter to a gorgeous rooftop garden in the summer. This part bar, part club part art gallery boasts a full list of events throughout the year including, but not limited to, film nights, silent discos, rooftop BBQ, various food pop ups, art installations, photographic exhibitions and Fringe Theater. So get your best hipster threads on and head down to this popular East London hangout to enjoy a cocktail or two!
Chill out with refreshing cocktails light bites and mellow grooves at Soho’s funkiest open-sky bar.
Enjoy a hard earned after work drink under the summer stars or spend a lazy weekend afternoon lounging around in style, soaking up the sun or sheltering under the all-weather cover.
Located ten stories above Kensington High Street, The Roof Gardens and Babylon Restaurant are truly spectacular. There are three themed gardens, with over 70 full size trees, a flowing stream stocked with fish and resident flamingos Bill, Ben, Splosh and Pecks.
This rooftop bar in south London has great views of the city from its extensive terrace. When the sun’s out, so too is the BBQ, and there’s a Jacuzzi, as well as an outdoor bar. Expect all day summer weekend parties and the finest British Grill. Open from noon, offering lunch as well as dinner, so enjoy funky tunes and dining with a view.
The rooftop space at The Boundary Hotel includes a weatherproof pergola allowing the bar and dining area to remain open every day and all year - whatever the weather. Canopies of grape producing vines and wild herbs adorn the garden, and when the weather is particularly good, the space is doubled and provides an unrivalled location for lunch and evening drinks. Open to everyone however hotel guest do receive priority, so reservations are encouraged.
Located on the 38th and 39th floors of the Heron Tower, SUSHISAMBA delivers a unique blend of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisine, culture, music and striking design. London is Sushi Samba's first international opening with other locations spanning across North America (New York, Miami, Chicago, Las Vegas)
Two outdoor terraces flank the restaurant, offering unparalleled views of the cityscape. Enjoy creative cocktails and all day dining.
Perched on top of The Trafalgar hotel in Trafalgar Square is Vista bar. Think black wicker with flashes of white, scatter cushions and 360-degree breathtaking views. Nelson’s Column spears the skyline right in front, while the London Eye is straight ahead and Big Ben makes an appearance to the left. Enjoy light bites such as whitebait with tartare sauce and mixed bruschetta while taking in the relaxed atmosphere and sipping on fun cocktails, vintage bubbles or fine wine.
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