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Best Rooftop Lounges in Mumbai

  • 21st Aug 2020
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Best Rooftop Lounges in Mumbai

For the longest time Juhu and Bandra monopolised the 'weekend' game of Mumbaicity. Every soul in his 20's was found there on the weekends, but it appears as thoughthey might have found some new spots to lounge by, read below to discover.




Asilo, The St. Regis

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Adress: The St. Regis, 40th Floor, Phoenix Mills, Lower Parel, Mumbai

Experience a breath taking wide-angle view of Mumbai city from the ultra luxe rooftop lounge, Asilo.Asilo is located at the 40th floor in one of Mumbai's most luxurious hotels, St. Regis which is alsohome to Lakmè Fashion Week. Fluent with an A list clientele, Asilo won't disappoint you within fellowdiners. The design and ambience of white decor, warm wooden flooring and chic outdoor seatingwith five private dining areas shaped like cabanas, instantly transports one to a Santorini state ofmind. The off-white furniture, private cabanas and the city views give it a very luxe feeling. It is theultimate after-party lounge.




Dome, The Intercontinental

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Address: Hotel Intercontinental, 135, Churchgate, Mumbai

By the Arabian sea and in the Intercontinental Hotel, Dome is an open roof lounge that offers the bestof both. Trust to find a good crowd on the weekends. The white upholstery overlooking clear glasswalls gives you an unobstructed view of the sunset, which is one of Domes' biggest USP's. They serve avariety of continental and European food. Great spot to take a person you wish to get to know better!




Breeze Lounge, Powai

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Adress: 8th Floor, A Wing, Supreme Business Park, Hiranandani Gardens, Powai, Mumbai

This lounge is a personal favourite. Everybody has a 'spot' they take their pals to, or perhaps a specialsomeone you want to relax with. Breeze lounge serves exactly that purpose. Nestled in the middle ofPowai hills, Breeze has a lovely day time view overlooking the Greek architecture inspired HiranandaniGardens and the mountains of Powai. It has has a spectacular view of the the city at night. Serves avariety of Mediternian and Eurpoen food, along with some price packages on the drinks. You willgraciously kill time here with a glass of wine before it's time to call for a cab back home.




Estella, Juhu

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Adress: Juhu Tara Road, Juhu, Mumbai

We remember this place in Juhu because it went by the name of Aurus, now renovated and redesigned by famous award-winning architect, Sameep Padora. This may not be a rooftop setting but it's got the city's finest interiors, views and vibe. Very famous within the Bollywood circle, this seafacing lounge is home to some of Bollywood's biggest names. Estella is originally a fine dine Australian restaurant but serves a good a blend of Australian and Asian cuisine. This hidden gem correctly phrases itself by the words, "Sea, sky and sins".




AER, Four Seasons Mumbai

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Adress: Four Seasons Hotel, 1/136, E Moses Road, Worli, Mumbai

AER is another one of these rooftop lounges with a rare view of Mumbai's sea side and city skyline. To enjoy these in the city so populous, is quite a charm and people are clearly willing to pay for this wow-factor. Specialises in Spanish, Italian, Asian and Continental food. One reason why most sea-side facing rooftop lounges make a great hangout spot is because of the blue water - it gives a sense of cozy.



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