It’s no longer a question of season or weather when it comes to visiting rooftop bars around the world. 230 Fifth in New York was the first rooftop bar to install rooftop igloos on their terrace, back in 2014. Heated igloos with plastic windows, that makes it possible to enjoy drinks on rooftop bars even during the winter. Rooftop igloos is the latest trend in the rooftop scene. Other popular things to do except drinking and eating is, rooftop yoga, rooftop cinema and rooftop ice skating. Now a days you can see rooftop igloos in a couple of places. But we think that it will become more and more common. Here’s a list of 4 rooftop bars that can boost of with cool and popular rooftop igloos:
As mentioned, 230 Fifth was the first place to offer the rooftop igloos. Sense 2014 people can enjoy cocktails in the center of Manhattan, right in the middle of winter. During Christmas you can spot rooftop Santa’s up here and people – both locals and tourists – flock around these popular igloos.
Bar 54 NYC is the highest rooftop bar in New York and the world with a rooftop igloo. At the 54st floor of the Hyatt Times Square, you can find two bubbles/igloos on the roof terrace. A true party bubble with expensive cocktails (around $26) and smaller bar bites. It’s advisable to make reservations in advance. You can privately book a rooftop igloo for up to 10 persons.
The rooftop igloos at this popular place among the Boston rooftop bars opened up its doors for the first time November 11th, 2017 and will run to April 16th, 2018. Enjoy refreshing and well-made cocktails to the skyline views that Boston has to offer. But make sure to be here in good time, as the rooftop igloos are available on a first serve basis. There are 6 igloos with seating’s for 8-10 persons in every igloo.
Coppa Club right next to the Thames, had some pop up igloos already in 2016 and will continue with the same also in 2017/18. It was a huge success, which means that this will be a popular thing in 2017/18 to. The London rooftop igloos are available for private hire and they are all furnished, lit and equipped with blankets and speakers to keep you entertained and warm. The views of the Tower Bridge also make this place worth a visit. The only rooftop bar in London with rooftop igloos.
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