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If you are one of those people who likes to check out modern and classy places and prefer lounge music with perfect London view instead of the typical club scene you will love this article. Whether you are a Londoner or is planning to visit the heart of UK anytime in the future here are 5 top roof bars you need to visit!
The Radio Roof Top Bar
It is no secret that most places in London are expensive but if you like a luxurious, classy top roof bar with perfect view over the city, The Radio Bar is the best place for sipping cocktails, having business meetings or enjoying some drinks after work.
If you are looking for a bar with exclusive taste in music and people, it is not only one of the most Instagramable places in the city, it is also a great place to enjoy your coffee or go for lunch.
The prices for cocktails can vary, depending on if its a week day or the weekend. If you are looking to order one cocktail it usually cost between £13-£30 each. However they provide quality drinks and high class service so if you want to do something exclusive one evening.
You can get to the bar by elevator after entering the Me London Hotel entrance and it is a very popular place so I recommend to book in advance as it is always busy (especially in the weekends). The place has a very classy dress code so remember to show up looking your absolutely best! You can read more about the place here
Madison Top Bar And Tapas Restaurant
If you love the sound of Radio Bar you will love Madison. The 6th floored top roof bar and tapas restaurant is the ultimate place for a night out or a relaxed evening with friends. You can choose a table inside or outside, it is especially amazing in the summer as you can eat whilst the sun goes down in the evening.
The place has an amazing view over London and you can take some very nice photos. If you are looking for yet another exclusive place you will dig Madison.
The bar is more like a high class place you can go for night outs and is always booked with people, especially in the weekends. If you come on a quiet wednesday evening you don’t need to book in advance. The place has a very old school feel to it and in my opinion one of the most amazing go-to places for drinks and tapas in London.
To enter the bar you have to go by elevator and there is always someone waiting downstairs, checking guests going up and down. This place is a high class place so remember to dress sophisticated!
What are your go-to places in London for drinks?