When the heat is on the best thing to do is to go on a rooftop and sip drinks, better if with a great view. Swide has 10 options for you, just pick one and enjoy the summer!
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Dubai, Singapore, Burma, Marrakech… amazing cities with amazing views. What is the best point of view to embrace them? Swide’s list of rooftop bars to head to, where to enjoy a view from (almost) every corner of the world with a drink in hand.
Two roof terraces offer guests stunning views: the 360-Bar on the roof of the Marina-Restaurant that overlooks the coast of the Persian Gulf and the elegant Uptown Bar on the 24th floor of the hotel, where the twinkling lights of the city can be seen.
With a spacious and stylish bar area and comfortable lounge area this rooftop garden is absolutely wonderful: the setting is homey and yet sophisticated. Go for a sunset drink and – why not – a delicious dinner prepared by a French gourmet chef.
This party bar, has spectacular views into the city and out over the waters that hug Singapore and of Marina Bay Sands’ infamous infinity pool.
Welcome to this cozy, hipster rooftop bar. Brown Hotel comes through with a property whose charm and décor leaves it way past cool in the city heat.
Set at the 26th floor of the AB Tower on Le Lai Street, this rooftop bar has great view of the city and is for sure the most modern and hip establishment in Saigon. Watch out: the dress code is pretty severe.
With stunning views of the Potala Palace, this lovely, quiet rooftop bar and restaurant is pretty much used by hotel guests. Have breakfast here or just stop by during sunset.
There is no better place at sunset for a drink or a light meal than this beautiful rooftop bar filled with cushions.
The view is fantastic and unique, even if New York has many rooftop bars: it stretches from Central Park down to Wall Street.
KosyBar offers a rarity in Marrakech: alcohol. Head for the highest of the two roof terraces and spend the afternoon watching nesting storks on the old city walls while waiting for sunset.
Watch the sunset reflected in the Ayerwaddy river (Irrawady as was) while sipping cocktails and enjoy the afternoon.
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