After much of the U.S. experienced another long and messy winter, the desire to be sipping a refreshing cocktail at one of these rooftop bars around the country is a much needed getaway… both mentally and physically. Our friends at Hilton Worldwide have a number of elevated bars that offer captivating views while guests enjoy their favorite warm-weather cocktails, including these unique favorites in New York, St. Louis, New Orleans, Louisville and El Paso. Here, locals and guests of the hotels all enjoy escaping to the rooftop for some fresh air and city views while enjoying their favorite beverages. Cheers!



Conrad New York: Loopy Doopy Rooftop Bar

The Hotel: The pinnacle of luxury in the heart of Lower Manhattan. Discover the culture, atmosphere and ambiance that is distinctively New York from a world-class hotel that is singularly Conrad. <website>

The Bar: This chic terrace bar, open April through October, offers stunning views of the Statue of Liberty and New York Harbor. Enjoy an array of signature cocktails from 16 stories above street level. <website>

Drink of Choice: Proscecco and Icepop



Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark: Three Sixty Rooftop Bar

The Hotel: Situated in the heart of downtown and only 20 minutes from Lambert-St. Louis International Airport (STL), this central St. Louis, Missouri hotel is right next to Ballpark Village, within 100 yards of Busch Stadium and footsteps from the iconic St. Louis Gateway Arch. <website>

The Bar: Sitting 400 feet above downtown with a bird’s eye view of the Cardinals Stadium, this rooftop bar and restaurant offers 360 degree vantage points of St. Louis landmarks, including Busch Stadium, Gateway Arch and the Mississippi River. The patio is open April to October. <website>

Drink of Choice: Trust Me, I can Dance



The Roosevelt New Orleans: The Rooftop Bar at the Roosevelt

The Hotel: Experience luxurious Southern hospitality at the historical Roosevelt New Orleans Waldorf Astoria. This landmark hotel is a short walk to the French Quarter, and close to the famous New Orleans nightlife and dining. Enjoy the elegant history of the huge chandeliers in the grand lobby, and relax in your beautifully upscale room or suite. <website>

The Bar: Open April to October, The Rooftop Bar at the Roosevelt is the perfect place to escape the hustle of downtown New Orleans. Snack on freshly prepared light meals and sip on refreshing drinks at this open-air bar without having to interrupt your sunbathing. <website>

The Drink of Choice: Sazerac Cocktail



Hilton Garden Inn Louisville Downtown: 8 Up Elevated Drinkery & Kitchen

The Hotel: This hotel is within walking distance to over 50 Louisville restaurants, and steps away from the dining and entertainment on 4th Street Live!, Mercury Ballroom, Louisville Palace and the Kentucky International Convention Center. Connected to the hotel is the Henry Clay, a hip and historic venue with 20,000 sq. ft. of event space with lots of windows, ornate molding and elegant chandeliers. <website>

The Bar: A dazzling outdoor and indoor experience offering unparalleled views of Downtown Louisville. 8UP offers a myriad of experiences designed to please the sophisticated palates and celebrate the spirit of fun that is Louisville. The Patio is open from April to October. <website>

The Drink of Choice: Elevated Julep



DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel El Paso Downtown: Sunset Terrace

The Hotel: Conveniently located in the heart of downtown El Paso, DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel El Paso Downtown sits across from the Convention & Performing Arts Centers and City Hall. Choose this hotel for a Museum District location just 15 minutes from El Paso International Airport. Upon arrival, enjoy their signature welcoming gift—the DoubleTree chocolate chip cookie. <website>

The Bar: Located on the 7th floor of the hotel, Sunset Terrace offers Mediterranean-influenced design with cabana beverage service. The picturesque backdrop of the city is sure to set the stage for the perfect evening. Sunset Terrace is open year-round. <website>

The Drink of Choice: Frozen Margarita

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