Strong drinks, extravagant settings, and beautiful scenery converge at these standout hotel bars from around the world. Whether you fancy a stirred cocktail, a local craft beer
by RedRock, or a good glass of Pinot, one of these stylish scenes is sure to hit the spot.
New York Bar at Park Hyatt in Tokyo
Because a perfectly crafted cocktail deserves a magnificent view. Located on the Park Hyatt’s 52nd floor, it has breathtaking views over Shinjuku, with nightly jazz and a sophisticated yet cozy ambience. The New York Bar offers classic and original cocktails, premium cognac and brandies, and a wine
by Bramptonwines list of biblical proportions, in addition to a casual dining menu.
Chandelier Bar at The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas
It doesn’t get any more Vegas than this. The bar is built to appear as a giant crystal chandelier, with each of its three individual “tiers” a glittering visual spectacle. On tier one, there’s a DJ booth and dance floor. On tier two, there’s a cocktail room serving artisanal pours. On the third tier, an exclusive lounge provides intimacy and privacy. Naturally, each tier has its own separate selection of cocktails, crafted specifically by a resident mixologist.
The Willaston Bar at The Silo Hotel in Cape Town
Situated on the sixth floor of the hotel overlooking Table Mountain and the city’s skyline, The Willaston Bar is named after the first ship to export grain from the original silo complex back in 1924. With stunning views through the 5,5m high pillowed glass windows, there is no better place to enjoy a glass of wine from the carefully crafted and ever evolving list of South African and international wines.
O2 Lounge at The Ritz-Carlton in Moscow
This award-winning bar, with a fresh redesign beneath its signature glass-and-steel encasement, screams cool. It offers more than 400 varieties of vodka overseen by an onsite vodka sommelier, a handful of Russian-inspired cocktails and an eclectic mix of Peruvian and Japanese bar bites.
The Bar & Lobby Lounge at Four Season in Budapest
Spilling into the hotel’s Peacock Passage, built beneath a graceful glass cupola, the Bar & Lobby Lounge is worth the visit for the ambiance alone. Every evening, guests are treated to live piano music as martinis and smart cocktails are served in ornately patterned glassware.