The Fleur Room Lounge
Thinking of sipping cocktails on the 35th floor of a skyscraper while overlooking New York City? Located at Moxy Hotel in Chelsea; 105 W. 28th St., Fleur Room is an incredible botanical-themed show stopper. This glass-encased lounge has 360-degree views of the Manhattan skyline, from the Statue of Liberty to the Empire State Building.
The Fleur Room was designed by the Rockwell Group. Moreover so, Fleur Room has a massive ‘80’s disco ball that once swung from the iconic LA nightclub Vertigo.
In terms of cocktails, they serve the Fleur of the Valley. Fleur of the Valley is a mixture of Grey Goose, prosecco, and fresh strawberries. They also have delightful mixtures of bourbon, honey chamomile syrup, and lemons which makes “The Talisman”.
If you planning to visit the Fleur Room, then you definitely need to deck yourself out in your finest party-going wear and head on over. After all, that disco ball is not going to Instagram itself. The Fleur Room is the perfect spot to enjoy a sunset happy hour and late-night dancing.
The Crown Rooftop Bar
Located at 50 Bowery, New York, NY 10013, United States, The Crown Rooftop offers well-crafted signature cocktails. Cocktails like the refreshing ‘Mint To Be Majestic’ are famous. After touring Chinatown, getting to the 21st floor to enjoy the magical skyline views for a relaxing evening is simply perfect.
Furthermore, they also have a variety of globally inspired, international bar bites (perfect for sharing) and some delicious desserts.
The Crown dress code is smart casual. The average price of a drink at the bar is usually from USD 10 to USD 15.
Harriet’s Rooftop and Lounge
At Dumbo, here you can get an amazing view of Brooklyn Bridge and downtown Manhattan. At the reservation-only pool area, you can look out at the Statue of Liberty. At Harriet’s Rooftop, grab one of the small tables, order some wine and bar snacks, and enjoy the incredible views.
In fact, the lounge is huge as it can accommodate up to 400 guests to experience unobstructed skyline views, and up to 180 for a seated meal. This flexible lounge is perfect for special events, from morning gatherings over coffee to nighttime cocktail receptions. Moreover so, it is important to note that seasonally opened.
Find Harriet’s Rooftop and Lounge at 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn, New York 11201.
Azul on the Rooftop
The beautiful Cuban-inspired bar is set at the top of Hotel Hugo. It sits between SoHo and the Hudson, right at the heart of New York City giving you a majestic view from its colorful and urban-chic terrace. However, it is important to note that it is only open seasonally.
You can enjoy a 360-degree view of Lower Manhattan, including both the Freedom Tower and the Statue of Liberty while enjoying some Cuban-inspired bites. To make it even more majestic you need to visit it at the golden sunset hour. As you sit on the comfortable sofas, you can relax and have refreshing sunny cocktails. From slushy frozen cocktails, mojitos, and a menu of street tacos and house-made guacamole – there is nothing to lose by visiting the Azul bar.
Open seasonally, Azul Rooftop Bar is a summer destination, one floor below you also find Bar Hugo Rooftop, which is open and available year-round.
The Azul Rooftop Bar dress code is casual chic.
Locate Azul on the Rooftop here: 525 Greenwich St, New York, NY 10013, United States.
Cachet Boutique NYC Hotel Bar
The 4.0-star luxury hotel is addressed on the west side of Manhattan, situated on 42nd Street between 10th and 11th Avenue. The 105-room boutique hotel is just three blocks west of Times Square.
Cachet is an Asian-inspired hotel. It earns praise from guests thanks to its modern furnishings and outdoor green spaces like the bamboo garden and the 2,000-square-foot lawn. As its unique feature, the hotel has an open air terrace where you can sit back, relax and enjoy uniquely crafted cocktails. In addition to that, it also shelters a pseudo-museum that shows works of revolutionary creatives all over its space. Beyond the artistic creations and sipping specialty cocktails like their tequila, grapefruit, and lavender superb mix named “Eden’s Paloma”
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