5 of Melbourne’s best rooftop bars

What better way to soak in the views of the Melbourne skyline than from a rooftop bar, with a drink in your hand? Here are five of the best that Melbs has to offer.

The Rooftop at QT

This is the perfect place to soak in Melbourne, from the top of the recently launched QT Melbourne. With in door and outdoor areas overlooking the city, you can enjoy tasty morsels like Thai beef on toast with chilli, sweet basil and sambal while sipping on fine wines, both domestic and international. Yum!

Imperial Hotel

Cast your eyes over some of Melbourne’s most iconic buildings, including Parliament House, and tuck into some of the best pub grub the city has to offer. The rooftop on the Imperial Hotel is one of the largest of its kind in Melbourne, with live comedy acts and large screens showing the latest sports events to keep you entertained.

Adelphi Hotel

If you’re looking for an intimate rooftop experience, check out the newly refurbished Adelphi Hotel (with up to 100 of your mates 😉). You’ll need to book ahead for a function, but you won’t regret it, as you’ll soon be enjoying cocktails and canapes in chic surroundings, which include a pool overlooking the Melbourne CBD.

The Provincial Hotel

This may be a historic jewel in Melbourne’s crown, but she has some modern surprises tucked upstairs. Here you can enjoy contemporary dining fused with hipster stylings, such as vintage patio furniture and shabby chic design. The Provincial is the perfect casual experience for those seeking a quiet drink with a view.

Atrium Bar at The Prince

Want to host your next function in a rooftop atrium bursting with sunlight, right beside the water and St Kilda Pier? The Prince offers fine accommodation as well as a range of hotspots, including the Atrium Bar, which includes a glass-ceiling botanical installation and designer furniture. Perfect for your next cocktail party with friends.

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