Looking for the best rooftop bars in Hanoi? Keep scrolling to get my take on the 3 best rooftop bars offering
Hanoi’s population has surpassed 7 million. What better way can you envision witnessing the bustling lives of millions of people than from a rooftop bar? You’re not an alcohol drinker? No problem. If anything, go for the views! 😍
Hanoi city is quite spectacular with their numerous high rises and lakes spread out around the city. And let’s also not forget the Hanoi Old Quarter known for their abundance of street food, bars, and motorbikes! Keep reading to discover the 3 best rooftops in Hanoi, Vietnam.
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MK Rooftop Bar
This simple yet stylish rooftop bar is located on top of the MK Premier Boutique Hotel in the Hanoi Old Quarter. This terrace has a relaxing atmosphere which is a surprising feat as it’s located above the bustling old quarter. You can enjoy some food and drinks while watching the sunset, or come at night to watch the streets fill with locals and tourists hunting for street food, shopping, or grabbing drinks with friends.
Average drink prices:
Beer: 65-100,000 VND
Cocktails: 130-150,000 VND
Located on the 20th floor, The Summit at the Pan Pacific hotel offers you gorgeous views of both the city and Tay Ho, or West Lake. This view though, comes at a price. Expect to pay more than the average prices found in the majority of Vietnamese bars.
Average drink prices:
Cocktails: 200,000+ VND
Burger: 350,000 VND
The photo above is of a strip of road with the West Lake on both sides. Come here just before sunset to see the city transform at night.
Top of Hanoi
If you’re looking for the tallest rooftop in Hanoi, then look no further then the Top of Hanoi at Lotte Hotel. Located on the 65th floor, you are guaranteed to feel like you’ve got your heads in the clouds.
Coming here may have to be a game time decision. Why? Well, Hanoi is infamous for having cloudy skies, which can make it quite difficult to see those panoramic views of Hanoi. It’s definitely worth to come and check this place out. You can find drinks for under 200,000 VND. Also, the rooftop is part bar, part full-service restaurant so you can really take your time and enjoy the view.
What city is home to your favorite rooftop bar or restaurant? I’d love to hear from you!