Having a nice drink after a long day full of adventures – what could be more appropriate for Cloudnesting destination? Here we collected the best hotel bars around the world. Choose your favorite!
Bather’s Bar, Thailand
Just the tonic after a sticky-hot day in the city, Bathers Bar centers around a deco black-and-white-striped infinity pool. Crisp white chaises on the strip of croquet-perfect lawn offer front-row seats for watching the boats chug up and down the Chao Phraya River.
On the Rocks at Eden Rock Hotel, Caribbeans
There’s no better spot in the Caribbean to watch the sun set (with a mai tai in hand) than this patio bar, cantilevered over the sea. Don’t miss the menu from Jean-Georges Vongerichten either.
Hotel Jerome, USA
When it opened in 1889, the Jerome lured New York City socialites and European aristocrats with its mix of rough-and-tumble mountain swagger and “modern” amenities (plumbing and electricity). In December 2012, the 93-room property emerged from a five-month renovation overseen by designer Todd-Avery Lenahan. The original front desk remains, and the tile floors have patterns inspired by Ute Indian weavings. The new lobby bar, the Living Room (pictured), serves craft cocktails amid mounted deer heads, mining artifacts, and a framed antique American flag.