Radio Rooftop Bar17
Why locals love it?
An offbeat panoramic view of the River Themes and multiple London lights makes the place distinguished. The name comes from 1922, when first BBC radio signals were broadcast from the roof of the Marconi building. These days DJs broadcast more up date tunes, such as dancing music or chilled electronic beats.
Why you should visit it
If you want to try how the original English Gin coctails are made, that's the best place to do it. As London weather is fairly claimed to be unpredictable, there are heaters and sheltered Cabanas provided. Cosy atmosphere, friendly staff and delicious cocktails help you to perceive London from it's luxe side.
Don't forget to pick a blanket by the entrance and give a try to the London Horizon cocktail.
Radio Rooftop BarME London Hotel, 336-337 The Strand