23 Mar It’s Time To Head To The Roof!
With the beautiful sunshine we have been treated to this week the Seven Events Team cannot wait to get their sun glasses on and find the best roof top spots of 2017 to catch the rays! See our top tips below…
Queen Of Hoxton:
The Queen of Hoxton is a hipster classic hangout however this year they have launched a new theme for their roof terrace which is Neverland! A magical child hood fantasy brought to life with a sprinkle of fairy dust where you can climb aboard your very own pirate ship which is surrounded by blue lagoon and sea shell mermaids. Alongside themed cocktails are served in this area and included she delights as a Floating Fairy Absinthe Cocktail, a gin-based Blue Lagoon, or a Mermaid Slushie made of layered Frosecco (frozen prosecco). Yum!
Located in the St Paul’s The Ned is topping the charts at as one of the most glamorous opening this year. Housed in the historic Lutyens Building which was originally designed by by Sir Edwin ‘Ned’ Lutyens in 1924 the building has now been brought to life with its glamorous vintage style interior. The roof top is the impiety of this with a design inspired by a glass victorian glass house and features a retractable roof. If that is enough there is a heated pool and one of the best skyline views across London including St Pauls and beyond.
Café Royal Hotel:
The Café Royal is a well-loved hotel of the fashionista but few know about its stunning Dome Penthouse. A three bedroom residence which spans over 291sqm. An impressive circular open space residing under the iconic copper domed rotunda which dominates the skyscape of Lower Regent Street. There is an impressive living space complete with DJ sound system with concert speakers and a spectacular LED lighting system projected on the domed ceiling transforms this suite from serene and relaxed into party ready. To top this off there are 2 beautifully furnished spacious terraces offer unrivalled Mary Poppins views of London from the same vantage point as a large statue of Britannia, an iconic symbol of Britain’s influence.