Rooftop Bars Orlando
14 best rooftop bars in Orlando
The perfect way to relax in between all the family-fun theme parks and the golf? Catch some breeze at a rooftop bar Orlando. While the Orlando skyline is not as impressive as other major US cities, there are some great venues to enjoy elevated food, drinks & vibes.
The typical rooftop bar Orlando is found a couple of floors up in the Downtown area, but there are also some lovely terraces around the theme parks. This complete guide will help you find just what you are looking for, packed with all info you need about each Orlando rooftop: opening hours, dress codes, photos, maps and much more.
Which is the best rooftop bar Orlando? Just scroll down and find the Orlando rooftop bar best suited for you.
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This guide was made by The Rooftop Guide, the world's leading experts on rooftop bars. With over 800 rooftops visited over the last five years, we keep you up to date in the ever growing universe of rooftop venues.
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Rooftop bar Orlando
Prime season: All year
Residents: 300 000
Climate: Humid subtropical
Which are the best rooftops in Orlando? This complete guide will help you find the best rooftop bars in Orlando. The climate here is a humid subtropical, like almost all of Florida. The climate and the 19 skyscrapers of the city makes it an OK rooftop city.
There’re not super many Orlando rooftop bars. But some of them have nice views and with a good party atmosphere.
Unlike many other terrace bars in other cities, where it's most common to be located at hotels, most of the rooftop bars in Orlando are located at restaurants. This means that the dress code is a little bit more relaxed and casual then the regular case of rooftop bars. More info about Orlando can be found here.
Orlando is a city in the state of Florida with around 270 000 inhabitants, making it the 74th largest city in US. Orlando is one of the most visited tourist destinations. Walt Disney World and universal Studios are two big reasons for this. And it’s no secret that Orlando is named “The theme park capital of the world”, with over 62 million visitors every year.