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A Sky Bar in Bangkok, famous for its view as well as its feature film debut

Long recognized for extraordinary Thai hospitality, the Tower Club at Lebua in Bangkok makes a splendid base for luxury travel in Thailand.  Each guest space is inviting and discreet, presenting ample space and opportunity to relax and unwind in the heart of Thailand’s most eclectic city.

At the top of Tower Club at Lebua rests the most unique cocktail lounge in Bangkok.  Noted for being one of the most stunning rooftop bars in the world, Sky Bar presents a chic and sophisticated atmosphere high atop the city below.  Located on the roof of the hotel, guests enjoy splendid panoramic views over Bangkok, from one of the most recognizable sites in the city.

Sky Bar maintains a smart casual dress code, holding certain standards to guests fortunate enough to explore this exclusive rooftop lounge.  At the heart of the lounge is a stylish post-modern bar, constructed of rounded glass.  This colourful bar is home to a team of creative mixologists, each of whom work diligently to provide guests with a delicious selection of custom beverages.

Footsteps from the bar, visitors will find the Sirocco restaurant beneath an illuminated glass dome.  Enjoy a delicious pre-dinner cocktail and return after your meal to watch the city come alive at night.

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The Tower Club at Lebua in Bangkok is known for blending sophistication and fun, so it’s no surprise to see the stunning Sky Bar follow suit.  This innovative cocktail lounge offers a revolving signature menu of Poptails, which include cocktails paired with a Popsicle.  For a twist on a classic cocktail, inspired by the film The Hangover Part II try the Hangovertini, crafted with Scotch Whisky, Green Tea liquor and apple juice.

Alexander Ryll
I have been collecting cocktail recipes and collating a list of my personal favourite hotel bars for the last ten years. If you have a hotel bar you would like to recommend click on 'Add A Hotel Bar' on the menu.
Alexander Ryll

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