Located in Hudson Square, an area of west Soho, Hotel Hugo's sophisticated rooftop lounge, Bar Hugo, features sweeping views of the Hudson River and the lights of downtown Manhattan.
Conrad New York
At the Conrad in Lower Manhattan, guests can savor Prosecco & Ice Pop cocktails while taking in views of New York Harbor and Lady Liberty from its Loopy Doopy bar.
Hilton Garden Inn New York
This Staten Island hotel’s hot spot, Above, hosts DJs on select evenings and features amazing views of NYC’s skyline and bridges. Its glass-encased fire pits and lush cabanas are ideal for private parties or a night out.
Hotel Indigo Lower East Side New York
Rooftop bar Mr. Purple at the Hotel Indigo, located in the historic and artsy Lower East Side, attracts guests with sleek decor, panoramic views and access to an outdoor swimming pool.
New York Marriott Marquis
Enjoy a drink in the View Restaurant & Lounge, the City’s only revolving bar and dining space—located 48 stories up at the New York Marriott Marquis.
The Knickerbocker’s dreamy rooftop bar, St. Cloud, offers indoor and outdoor seating, a “full moon party” every month and plush “sky pods” with up-close views of Times Square.
The Roosevelt Hotel
This elegant Midtown hotel’s rooftop, Mad46 (named for the hotel's location—Madison Avenue and 46th Street), has two indoor bars and a terrace where guests enjoy DJs, live music and outdoor movies.
Sheraton New York Brooklyn
At this Downtown Brooklyn hotel, rooftop beer garden Kimoto features beautiful minimalist design and zen greenery. Guests enjoy Asian-influenced food and cocktails.
NYC Hotel Rooftops
New York City hotels are famous for a range of tempting amenities, but in a vertical city, perhaps none is as appealing as a happening rooftop. At the following properties, you can ride the elevator straight to refreshing cocktails, live entertainment and even sunset yoga—amazing views guaranteed. In this gallery we’ve collected a few of NYC’s most enticing options, but nothing’s better than staying in one of these hotels and experiencing their rooftops for yourself.