NYC rooftop bar: Jimmy at The James Hotel

Rooftop bar Jimmy at the James Hotel in New York
Rooftop bar Jimmy at the James Hotel in New York
Rooftop bar Jimmy at the James Hotel in New York
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Jimmy at The James Hotel - rooftop bar in New York

Highlights

  • 18th floor
  • Rooftop pool
  • Manhattan views
  • Popular

Jimmy at the James Hotel NYC (or just Jimmy Rooftop NYC, as many call it) has a modern and luxurious rooftop bar in New York located in Soho. The rooftop terrace offers a breathtaking 360-degree view of New York and mainly towards Soho. On the terrace at Jimmy at the James Hotel rooftop bar, there are comfortable sofas to sit down in and two bars to order cocktails and other drinks from. One indoor and one outdoor. The terrace is also equipped with a swimming pool that you can cool off in during the hot days. One of the best rooftop pools NYC according to many. In other words, The James Hotel NYC have one of the best rooftops on Manhattan. This rooftop has many diffrent names by both locals and tourists, for example James Hotel Rooftop NYC and names like that.

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15 Thompson Street, New York, NY 10013
+1 212 465-2000

Opening hours

Sun – Wed: 17.00 – 01.00
Thu – Sat: 17.00 – 02.00

View

Lower Manhattan, Freedom Tower, New Jersey, Empire State Building

Price-class

$$$$

Food

Snacks

Dress code

Smart casual

More info

Booking.com

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