6. Ink48 (location: 11th Ave at 48th St)
The rooftop bar of Ink48 Hotel, The Press Lounge, has been named New York’s most attractive rooftop bar by New York Magazine, so it has to be gorgeous. This rooftop bar includes a large dining area, swimming pool, fireplace, and a beautiful unobstructed view of Manhattan.
5. Gramercy Park Hotel (location: Lexington Ave at 21st St)
The Rose and Jade Bar is the place to be after Fashion Week festivities, world-renowned DJs are usually found here. With custom made furniture, high ceilings, one-of-a-kind billiards tables, a fireplace, and modern art all around you, it’s definitely a sight just to be in here.
4. The Standard (location: Washington at 13th St)
Le Bain rooftop bar is located on the High Line looking over downtown Manhattan. Including a 35-foot bar, a pool with a cover for a dance floor) “grass” flooring, and a beautiful view of the Meat Packing District with floor-to-ceiling glass windows.
3. NoMad Hotel (location: Broadway at 28th St)
The Library bar is a two story space, all walls filled with books and magnificent lights, connected to an original staircase importance from France. Books include information about New York, such as the history of, music, and cocktails and spirits.
2. James Hotel (location: Grand St at Thompson St)
James Hotel’s bar, Jimmy, has a classic pub inspired look with an authentic 1970’s New York twist. All wooden bar with a 360 degrees view of the Manhattan skyline as you enjoy your drink. Includes both indoor and outdoor seating.
1. The Jane Hotel (location: Jane St at West St)
Jane Hotel’s ballroom bar has big comfy couches and chairs, a disco ball, and plenty of room for dancing. There’s always a chance to run into someone famous, One Direction’s Harry Styles is rumored to show up to a party of two here. The area is filled with antique furniture and pieces of art, giving the room a Titanic fell; go find your Jack Dawson next time you’re in the city.
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