New Venues for 2021/2022
We are delighted to bring you the newest venue openings in London & the UK.
2021 Rooftop Bar Openings:
Location: 40 Celebration Avenue, Stratford, London E20 1DB
When: Sky Bar & Terraces - Early 2022
Beds: 285 Bedrooms
Event Space: The main draw factor will be the 17 storey sky bar on the roof of the hotel. Boasting views of London and the Olympic Park, this hotel will also be known for its destination restaurant and food market on the ground floor.
Discover, explore, stay.
Features a design hotel, the highest rooftop bar in East London, restaurants, bars, events and artisan food market
Location: Great Windmill St, West End, W1D 7DH
When: Autumn 2021
Additional information: There will be opportunities to hire small semi-private spaces and potentially the whole venue itself (close to 1000 capacity). With canopy-covered seating areas, the rooftop is a genuine sky-high hangout. An area that can be enjoyed throughout the seasons, the rooftop is set to be a destination in itself.
Set to open its doors in 2021, one of Europe’s largest rooftop bar and restaurants will entertain over a thousand and will be open to hotel guests as well as all of London to enjoy.
The rooftop, in the heart of Piccadilly Circus will be a space designed for sipping cocktails and satisfying appetites of all sizes to one of the best views the capital has to offer.
Location: 10 Godliman St, London EC4V 5AJ
When: 20th May 2021
Additional information: A brand new rooftop bar overlooking the City of London. It will emulate a gorgeous garden and serve delicious cocktails. They are likely to offer semi-private hire options and full privatisations. Capacities are to be confirmed.
Sabine, a secret garden oasis for all to enjoy, set over the stunning London skyline with never seen before views of St. Paul’s Cathedral. Serving spectacular cocktails and views, Sabine brings a new destination based vibe to St Paul’s. Sabine is named after a striking bird that travels the world as the seasons change, from the Arctic to the tropics. Their food and drink pays homage to the birds shifting migrational patterns, offering something suitable for all weather, moods or taste.