Most hotels contain bars are boring little spots in the lobby, perfect for nothing more than a quick drink. Want more? Check out the 5 coolest hotel bars!
1. Tonga Room, The Fairmont San Francisco:
This bar is a Polynesian-themed restaurant and Tiki bar that attracts both locals and hotel guests.
2. The Chandelier, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas:
Chandelier is decked out with a reported 2 million hanging crystals and is located in a popular spot right on the Strip! Many celebrities have even been spotted at this bar, including Jay-Z, Beyonce, and Kim Kardashian.
3. Rose Bar, Gramercy Park Hotel, NYC:
This bar/lounge is a velvet-heavy lounge filled with celebrities–making it one of the coolest spots in NYC. Stars such as Sting have been spotted here. Original paintings by Andy Warhol, a big fire place, and a pool table all add to the extremely trendy vibe as well.
4. Cocktail Bar, Windsor Court Hotel, New Orleans:
This bar aims to draw in more than just hotel guests! They have live jazz music four nights a week, an elegant looking space, craft cocktails, and great happy hour specials. The bar offers made-to-order cocktails created by mixologists who simply ask people what kind of liquor they prefer, and then prepare a drink suited for their taste.
5. Grotto Bar, Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa, Maui, Hawaii:
This bar is only open to hotel guests, but it is definitely worth the stay. It is located inside a dim cave enclosed by waterfalls. This swim-up bar includes underwater stools and water jet massagers!
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