Be it poolside drinks or a lounge with panoramic views, Hong Kong has some amazing bars where you can try tasty concoctions and delicious grub. The city’s rooftop bars give visitors a wonderful glimpse of the city’s skyline. Whether you want to attend a cocktail party or enjoy multi-cuisine delicacies, here’s our take on the best rooftop bars in Hong Kong.
Sevva Rooftop Bar
Wonder at the city’s skyscrapers as you visit the hottest rooftop bar in the city, Sevva, located close to the Central MTR Station. Walk into their spacious penthouse terrace and enjoy a 360 degree vista. The décor changes according to the four seasons and their bar menu remains fresh and in tune with the latest trends. It is one of the best designed rooftop bars in the city, designed by the iconic Bonnie Gokson.
Nestled on the 118th floor of the tallest hotel in the world, the Ritz-Carlton in Hong Kong, this rooftop bar is an open-air setting decorated with black marble and new age lighting. While the interiors are quirky and artsy in style, the outdoor seating is a spacious lounge that overlooks the Hong Kong Island and provides a scenic view of the Victoria Harbor. Check out the menu while you savor creative concoctions like the Vanilla Sky from a leading mixologist, Teresa Moon.
One of the trendiest setups at The Peninsula, Felix is well-renowned for its Avante-garde dining experience and classic interiors. While this rooftop bar boasts wonderful views of the city’s skyscrapers, the modern European cuisine is a fantastic addition. Felix combines Western flavors with a Japanese tinge and is mostly famous for housing one of the finest collection of wines in the city.
This rooftop bar takes dining to a whole new level offering a blissful experience with its classic décor and lavish menu. The floor-to-ceiling windows present a fantastic view of Hong Kong’s skyline. Housed on the 29th and the 30th floor of the One Peking Building, Aqua Spirit lets you choose the type of seating you prefer, comfortable westernized seating or a traditional Japanese sunken seating. The bar menu is filled with original mixtures and features a number of signature cocktails.
The sophisticated and glamourous Armani Prive presents a sensuous lounge with captivating views of the city’s skyline and psychedelic lights that enrich the plush seating within. The Armani Bar, with its chic and dynamic vibes, offers an expert collection of cocktails. Featuring a 5000 square foot terrace, the Armani Prive is a popular rooftop bar that presents a globally inspired menu of Italian and Asian delicacies.
This stunning steakhouse is a wonderful place to catch a drink on a spacious terrace that overlooks the city’s downtown area. This rooftop bar presents a wonderful view of Victoria Harbor and Tsim Sha Tsui, and is most popular during the weekends. Located on the 21st floor of the One shopping mall, the steakhouse displays simple interiors and a fascinating line of ales. This is a cozy hang-out spot ideal for young couples.
The super-hip Fu Lu Shou Bar is a trendy hotspot that buzzes with excitement, offering a cool assortment of cocktails and dishes with strong local flavors. This rooftop bar consists of an outdoor kitchen, an open air terrace and a small indoor seating area. While the lounge furniture is more than inviting, the passion red swing seats contrast beautifully with its lively murals and traditional decals. This is a casual and lively place ideal to come with a bunch of friends, where you can savor creative
Harlan Goldstein’s amazing rooftop bar provides a spectacular view of the city harbor, with a laid back setting that is popular for hosting a variety of summer events. While the music fills the space with hypnotic beats, the bar offers a well-priced menu alongside a creative collection of beverages and delicious cold cut platters. Although this rooftop bar isn’t as grand as others in Hong Kong, it is a comfortable spot to enjoy a drink, located right above the Penthouse.
Eyebar features a maritime themed restaurant offering panoramic views of the city’s skyscrapers and an outdoor alfresco deck. A unique feature of the Eyebar is the large telescope that gives you a peek at Hong Kong’s best landmarks. While the cocktail menu is elegantly exotic, the interiors are stylishly traditional with beautiful Chinese tiles and huge floor-to-ceiling windows. Try their delicious barbecued sea food delicacies.
With electronic music pumping out, Sugar is an incredible rooftop bar that offers panoramic views of the city and a spacious lounge. While the contemporary décor pulls in a corporate crowd, the bar still has a casual touch with its wooden and beige interiors. The cool outdoor deck coupled with a creative list of drinks makes the Sugar a favorite with locals and tourists who love grabbing a sip of the Eastern Summer Punch.