Our Top 5 Rooftop Bars


Aqua rooftopAqua’s two main roof terraces are relatively quiet and hidden, despite being right next to Oxford Circus. Aqua is the place to be for a sundowner cocktail. It offers unexpected views across Soho and Mayfair rooftops, with the sun setting over Marble Arch. Sex Drugs and Bacon Rolls review of Aqua

Coq d’argent

coq d'argentCoq D’Argent is the perfect London bar to impress a date or meet up with friends for some delicious French cooking as well as an impressive wine and cocktail list in the bar. This is a highly recommended London rooftop bar, with an amazing garden for you to explore. (Review coming soon)


RADIOLocated on the 10th floor of the ME Hotel, Radio offers incredible panoramic views of London’s skyline. There is a laser show most evenings, some light artist from Barcelona is in charge. It is certainly an elegant place to enjoy a cocktail and a Mediterranean inspired bite to eat. (Review coming soon)

Rooftop at the Boundary

boundary rooftopThis rooftop terrace is perched atop Sir Conran’s Boundary Hotel. The drinks list includes beers, pitchers of house-designed cocktails and more than a dozen wines. A new garden design includes a canopy of grape producing vines, a subtle garrigue and wild herb theme. (Review coming soon)

The Gardens at the Kensington Roof Gardens

GPBL02-00000836-005Mediterranean in feel, this is a great place to come in the summer. Though over priced and unoriginal, the drinks are strong and made by attentive waiters. The atmosphere and Mediterranean surroundings make up for any disappointment in the drinks area. (Review coming soon)

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