The Midland in Manchester is a unique experience on every level, and when it comes to food and drink the layout is that of a house – there’s a library, a garden and so forth, so the vibe changes depending on where you sit. You can drink champagne in the garden, sip cocktails in the library, or cosy up in the study’s leather booths for an ultra romantic experience.
Bringing you city chic at the heart of London, the Eighteen Sky Bar at Intercontinental London – The O2 is cool, calm and sophisticated, with huge glass windows and unrivalled views of the O2, Canary Wharf, Thames Barrier and Docklands, it’s particularly awe inspiring when the city’s lit up at night.
Bringing all kinds of bubbles together, the spa at De Vere Cotswold Water Park has a Champagne Nail Bar within the spa itself. So when you sit down for that manicure or pedicure, it’s the perfect opportunity to turn it into a special occasion for a proper catch up with friends.
Originally constructed in 1898, 30 James Street is in a Grade II listed building with an illustrious shipping company past, where the RMS Titanic was built. Within these hallowed halls sits the Carpathia Champagne bar where you’re invited to enjoy bubbles and cocktail overlooking Liverpool’s magnificent skyline either in the bar itself or on the terrace where you can watch the sunset.
Not merely contented with a bar, The Belfry has its own nightclub within the resort the Bel Air. For those aged 21 and over, it’s a shirts and no trainers kinda place, and is located in a separate building within the hotel grounds, so you can dance the night away without a care in the world and no taxi fares back to bed afterwards.
There’s a general racing theme at Brooklands Hotel and spa, thanks to its proximity to the famous racetrack. That continues into the 1907 Restaurant, Bar and Grill, named for when the racetrack was first built, and stylishly decorated to give a modern twist to 1920’s and 30’s décor.
The Cube in Birmingham is cool, calm, contemporary and light throughout, with lots of glass doors and natural light shining through. It’s an opportunity to take in the city skyline from a great height, particularly in the Champagne Bar.
Few cities are as vibrant as Budapest, and the ultra stylish Aria Hotel is a magical place to enjoy it from. A place where music dictates the theme throughout, the High Note Skybar has a roof terrace complete with 360 degree views of the city and a rooftop garden, as well as The Music Garden for a glass enclosed courtyard in the heart of the hotel featuring cocktails, musical entertainment, and impressive architecture.
Barcelona is a city humming with music, art and creativity and at H10 Casanova Barcelona has two options for you, inviting you to the ONA Lounge to hear DJs play live at the weekends as you sip cocktails, or to the Sky Bar Terrace for drinks on the eighth floor terrace, next to the pool and sun loungers.
Surrounded by some of the most spectacular natural scenery, looking out onto the Killarney’s lakes and mountains, Aghadoe Heights is a peaceful place to sit back with a drink. Whether it’s afternoon tea or drinks in the evening, there’s The Heights Lounge and Piano Bar and for an informal vibe, head to The Terrace Bar; it’s known as Aghadoe’s secret escape and provides the ideal place for pre or post dinner drinks.
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