Once you have decided to unwind for the night, to kick back, relax and enjoy a cocktail, then make your way to Tivoli hotel’s rooftop Sky Bar. A discrete gathering space of the cities elite, and traveller’s who seek energetic atmospheres amidst unparalleled views of Lisbon below. The open concept floor-plan surrounds a 360° accessible bar and is modernly decorated with white accents and greenery. Unobstructed views towards the Tagus river allow all visitors the opportunity to soak in the Portuguese capital and raise a glass to any and all occasions.

Flavourful cocktails are in ample supply and the bar is fully stocked with premium spirits from around the globe. The staff behind the bar are more then happy to whip up house specialties or concoct a beverage based on your preferences. Giving them free reign to showcase their skills is an easy way to ensure your experience is truly one of a kind! Light plates and hearty dishes are also available throughout the night if you ever feel like sampling some Portuguese delicacies. The Tapas style spicy game sausage with vintage Port sauce is highly recommended.

Entertainment is a pivotal element to Sky Bar’s reputation and can be enjoyed Thursday through Saturday with a fresh mix of live bands and resident DJ’s. Place yourself anywhere on the three-tier vista and quickly be reassured you are at one of Lisbon’s hippest nightspots. While there are many places to grab a drink before and after the sun goes down, Sky Bar may be the best place to watch the transition unfold.

Sky Bar is open from April to September 17h00 to 01h00, be sure to check it out if you’re in the neighbourhood.

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  • Sarah LD

    Wow what a view! How many floors up is it?

  • Eddie

    Game sausage balls you say? I’ll take some of those lol

  • Lauren

    What a fantastic view, and yummy looking cocktails. You have me day dreaming of Lisbon nowwwww 😉

  • Donny D

    Nice! Can never have too many rooftops in the rolodex

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  • Greg

    Just visited – loved it!