Rooftop Bars, Four Seasons Style

Ritz-Carlton Chicago
Ritz-Carlton Chicago

Drinks just taste better outside, don't you agree? Now that rooftop season is officially in swing (yay!), Four Seasons has revealed some of its hottest spots to sip and savor amid the skylines.

The dec Rooftop Bar + Lounge at The Ritz-Carlton Chicago (A Four Seasons Hotel) sits 12 stories above Magnificent Mile. Hand-crafted cocktails and small bites rule the menu here, while a color-changing LED waved wall puts the final notes on the outdoor experience.

Four Seasons Hotel Beirut has opened The Roof, Lebanon's highest rooftop lounge at 390 feet above the sea. Guests can enjoy tapas and drinks poolside, with wraparound views of Beirut's downtown skyline, mountains and the Med.

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Aer at Four Seasons Hotel Mumbai is open for business, dubbed the city's highest rooftop bar. The extend Sunset Happy Hour menu offers Champagnes by the glass and all cocktails half-price every evening. The 34th-floor bar has views of the sea and city.

Miami-bound nightowls will love EDGE's Terriace at Four Seasons Hotel Miami, which overlooks the hotel's pool area and Biscayne Bay. There is a variety of seating options including a communal dining table, relaxed lounge areas with fire pits and smaller table settings. We love the trellised canopy with retractable awnings, and the floor lanterns create a nice touch.

For more information visit www.fourseasons.com.

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