The world's most exclusive high-end bars
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    The world’s most exclusive high-end bars

  • Forget your regular happy hour with the co-workers at your local pub or dive, and take a look at some of the most luxurious bars around the world we found just for you.

    No matter if you prefer a tall glass of fancy cocktail, whiskey on the rocks, special selection Cabernet  Sauvignon or just a pint of beer, a bar is a perfect place to relax, meet some friends and have a drink or two.

    Forget your regular happy hour with the co-workers at your local pub or dive, and take a look at some of the most luxurious bars around the world we found just for you.

    Subsix, Maldives

    The Subsix bar, at the PER AQUUM Niyama resort in the Maldives, is located six meters below the surface of the Indian Ocean. Guests can enjoy one of a kind views surrounded by crystal-clear waters, schools of fish and coral reef species while sipping some of the bar’s most famous drinks and cocktails. The decor is inspired by the spectacular marine life and captivates the attention to everyone that’s ever been there.

    Marine inspired décor at the luxurious Subsix bar. (Source)

    Atrium Bar, Melbourne

    This posh Crown casino bar with ornate chandeliers and luxe décor, offers an extensive range of champagne along with cocktails and liqueurs. Being Melbourne’s most majestic champagne lounge, it’s the perfect way to introduce luxury into your evening. Atrium Bar is the creator of the famous ‘Winston Cocktail’ which is priced at $20,000 and contains a shot of 1858 Croizet cognac (worth $123,000 a bottle).

    The posh Crown casino bar in Melbourne. (Source)

    Blue Bar, New York

    This upscale martini bar located in the Algonquin hotel in New York has been drawing those who want to see and be seen, ever since its classic debut in 1933. Guests can enjoy the rich history and subtly lit ambiance over perfectly poured cocktails. Their signature drink is the ‘Martini – Diamond Bader & Garrin’ for an astounding price of $15,000, which includes a diamond from in-house jeweler Bader & Garrin.

    The upscale Martini bar in New York. (Source)

    Rumpus Room, London

    Located in the fancy boutique hotel Mondrian in the British capital, this upscale bar is an award-winning place that offers its guests more than an extraordinary view of the terrace overlooking St Paul’s. Bringing together all of the city’s socialites, this showy sky-high bar offers excellent service and delicious in-house cocktails and drinks, which are a bit on the pricey side.

    Rumpus Room, the place to be in London. (Source)

    Skyview Bar, Dubai

    Located on the 27th floor of the world-famous Burj Al Arab tower, this bar has the most spectacular view you can ever imagine. From modern day classics to innovative cocktails, their master mixologists go to great lengths to create the perfect signature and eclectic drinks to satisfy the tastes of the pickiest guests. The minimum price you have to pay in order to have a drink is $70 per person.

    The breathtaking views from the Burj Al Arab.(Source)

    Dear Irving, New York

    This cocktail parlor offers fancy drinks in an upscale space with a time-traveling theme, and it’s being declared by many reviews as ‘the most gorgeous bar in Manhattan’. What’s especially satisfying are the handcrafted ice cubes that complement the taste of each cocktail and the wide selection of drinks that draws inspiration from different time periods.

    Dear Irving, a luxury cocktail parlor in New York. (Source)

    The Lobby Lounge & Bar, Tokyo

    The Ritz-Carlton  Lobby Lounge & Bar is located on the 45th floor of the tallest building in Tokyo and offers its guests the most beautiful panoramic views of the city, accompanied by traditional afternoon tea or some signature cocktails. The modern design of the bar is the prettiest combination of Eastern and Western culture, which fits Tokyo’s lifestyle as one of the international metropolitan cities.

    The Lobby Lounge & Bar in Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo. (Source)

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