Rooftop Bars – London

The best spots to enjoy cocktails in the clouds, the skyline is up there with one of the best in the world. Make the most of it through spring and summer with these beautiful, sexy rooftop bars The Wonder List has chosen for the passionate Londoner.

12th Knot, South Bank

Being inside 12th Knot, is like being inside a luxury aquarium. Stylishly decorated, with its brightly coloured furniture and floor to ceiling windows, this rooftop bar is the perfect place to come for breathtaking panoramic views of London by the river.


Aviary Rooftop Bar and Restaurant, Finsbury Square


From its wooden chevron floors to its stunning deco inspired light fitting, the Aviary Rooftop Bar and Restaurant is a place full of eye pleasing geometric shapes. Situated 10 floors up atop the Montcalm Hotel, the views are breathtaking. Come here for a drink with a view, all year round, with glass dome igloo space available to book during November through March.


Radio Rooftop-ME

From its plush outdoor seating to its gold domed lampshades, Radio Rooftop bar is a place of pure luxury. This stylish oval bar offers a stunning panoramic views of London. Open in the daytime as well as the evening, Radio Rooftop is the perfect place to get to know London from above.


The Golden Bee, Shoreditch

The Golden Bee, Shoreditch, is a richly decorated and stylish bar with its own covered rooftop terrace. From its honeycomb shaped shelves to its artistic bee murals on the walls, this place really is a hive fit for a queen (or King.) There is plenty of space here to relax, as well as a dance floor served by resident DJs.  Come here for a buzzing night and specialist nectars with a fruity twist.



Bokan, Canary Wharf


39 floors up, the view from Bokan is spectacular. The relaxed setting of this rooftop bar, with its stylish leather seating, handcrafted wooden furniture and chunky candles, provides the perfect space to escape. With both an indoor bar and an outside terrace, Bokan is bar with a view to frequent all year round.



Sushi Samba


When you arrive at 110 Bishopsgate and ask for Sushi Samba, you are directed to take one of the two glass elevators up to the 38th floor. The views from the elevator are breathtaking, with London getting smaller and smaller, the higher it climbs. This Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian inspired rooftop bar will delight you, with its dazzling orange staircase, ornate chandeliers and stunning centerpiece tree sculpture. For 360 degree views of the city, a wide selection of saki and a magic filled evening, Sushi Samba is the place to be.


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