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Rooftop bar: Sky Room

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About Sky Room

New York's highest sky lounge. Sky Room is a rooftop bar in New York City, located on the 33rd and 34th floor of the Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Times Square and the Four Points by Sheraton Times Square. The roof terrace hare an impressive 360 degree view with 5 different departments. South Terrace, North Terrace, Times Square Lounge, Balcony Cube and the Candlelight Lounge. Here you can rent private cabanas to hang in while gazing out over the New York skyline with something good in the glass. The north terrace is located on the 33rd floor and is open all year round as there are glass panes to cover the terrace with. The south terrace is located on the 34th floor and there are lots of comfortable lounge areas here. One of the largest and best rooftop bars in New York. Perfect to both for drinks and party. Dress neatly and you’ll feel at home here.
Fairfield Inn & Suites New York Manhattan/Times Square, 330 W 40th St, New York, NY 10018
+1 212-380-1195

Opening hours

Thu 17:00 – 02:00
Fri – Sat 17:00 – 04:00

View

360 degree, Manhattan, skyline and Hudson River

Price-class

$$$$

Food

Bar bites

Dress code

Smart casual

More info

Booking.com

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