2. 230 FIFTH (230 FIFTH AVE CORNER OF 27 TH MANHATTAN, NY 10001): The 230 Fifth is the largest and most famous rooftop in New York and is divided into two floors, the Penthouse Lounge and the Rooftop Garden. It is open all year round, seven days a week, and you can also attend during the coldest evenings in winter thanks to the indoor lounge and the heated garden. From 230 Fifth, you can enjoy a breathtaking view of Manhattan and admire the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, and the Freedom Tower. When the sky is very clear from his garden, you can even see the Statu
3. GANSEVOORT ROOFTOP (420 PARK AVENUE 29 TH STREET NY 10016): Located at the top of the hotel of the same name, the Gansevoort is a high-class rooftop with fine finishes. It is a high-altitude oasis that offers six different spaces with a beautiful view of the Empire State Building and other architectural icons of New York. Its unique features include a rooftop pool, indoor and outdoor fireplaces, a patio, wraparound terraces, hand-made mosaic tiles. Last touch? Deborah Anderson’s personalized artworks. The Gansevoort is open from Monday to Thursday from 11 am to 1 am; Friday and Saturday from 11 to 4; Sunday from 11 to 20.
4. TOP OF THE STRAND (33 W 37TH ST, IN THE STRAND HOTEL, NY 10018-6201): The Top of the Strand is located on the 21st floor of The Strand Hotel Midtown. This rooftop is among the chicest in the whole city. The terrace can remain open all year round thanks to a retractable glass placed above the panoramic lounge. For those who love to dance on the lower floor, Le Baine is a beautiful club with a swimming pool and whirlpool accessible to all. This rooftop is open every day from 5 pm to midnight. Being a very exclusive club, the possibility of meeting some famous people inside it cannot be excluded. The dress code is rigorous.
5. THE ROOF PUBLIC HOTEL (215 CHRYSTIE STREET NEW YORK,NY, 10002): The Roof is one of New York’s newest rooftop bars and is famous for its 360-degree views of the city. From here, in addition to enjoying a beautiful view of Midtown and Downton, you can admire all the main buildings of Manhattan. Located on the Lower East Side, it is the ideal location to enjoy the view over the city, even during the sunset. The restaurant consists of two terraces and an indoor bar accessible even in cold seasons. Exquisite attire is not required during the week. However, on the weekend is one of the most sought-after places in the city, elegance is a must.