Located on the Hotelâ€™s 26th floor by the rooftop pool, with wraparound views of Beirutâ€™s downtown skyline, mountains and the Mediterranean Sea stretching under a canopy of stars, the modish urban tapas lounge offers the perfect perch from which to enjoy sundowners and balmy summer evenings to the tune of the seasonâ€™s hottest club tunes. [RagMag]
I went to the Roof last week after having won a competition with RagMag for free drinks and tapas. Standing almost 120 meters above sea level, The Roof is the highest rooftop in Lebanon (if I am not mistaken) with a breathtaking view of Beirut. It directly overlooks the Zaytounay Bay and St.Georges Marina as well as Biel and its surrounding. It’s one of those places where you sit down, have a drink, enjoy the unique view and just relax for an hour or two.
The Roof is on top of the building on the left
Just like I said and to sum it up, the Roof is a great place to have drinks in the afternoon and gaze over the sea and city. I asked the manager if they hold parties there and he told it’s a lounge not a party place but there’s a DJ every day from Tuesday to Sunday from 7pm till 1am. I have no idea about the prices as I wasn’t handed a menu but I can imagine it will be relatively expensive, say 15$ a cocktail or more.
Hilton Beirut’s “Flight 32” club is on the 32nd floor so technically “the roof” isn’t the highest.
Been there on a Saturday night.
It’s a really cool place! the service is excellent and the music is amazing!
But it was a bit too empty, even for a lounge
I love it , its one of my favorite places in beirut. Im not a party guy type anyway so me and my friends always enjoy it even if its not crowded.