2022 January update
When has isolating in an igloo ever been more appealing! All the rooftop bar fun whilst keeping you warm and dry… winter rooftops game changer!
So here’s the best Rooftop bar’s with Igloos in London …
On top of the Montcalm Royal London House hotel this rooftop led the way in igloos. With an accompanying covered restaurant and sweeping views, it’s an all weather, all year rounder rooftop diamond.
New in 2020 to the igloo rooftop scene these new additions replace their rooftop ice rink so instead we have less chances of injuries and the usual Prosecco party vibe of this raving rooftop bar.
Pre theatre or pre getaway these igloos are perfectly placed for feeling like a Prosecco princess and making your day extra special.
Mercer Roof Terrace
A calm classic classy rooftop with incredible cocktails to match. These igloos are close to the city makes it for perfect business wining and dining.
What this rooftop lacks in views it makes up for in its informal bustling scene with a variety of food stations and fun which this year is extended to the igloo too!
One of the most brilliantly boujee rooftops in London, overlooking Skate at Somerset House. So it’s easy to know where you need to go for your apres skate!
A little out of the way but worth the effort this is a rooftop playground with igloos just being one of their offerings each year … Apres Ski Lodge & Christmas cocktail cinema also await as your rooftop rewards for going east!
Willows on the Roof
Sat on top of Iohn Lewis on Oxford Street, could there be a better way to recharge after all that shopping. This rooftop changes over in spring so it makes it one of the few that keep their igloos longer than Jan! While there isn’t much of a view it’s heated, cosy and perfect for restorative cocktail or 5!
Oh and a little bonus we had in 2020 TBC when they will be back. Not a rooftop but very much an awesome alternative as this is the ultimate igloo, housing pop up igloos and the Queen of igloos, I give you..
This is part of the home to Duke of Northumberland and was built in 1827 as one of the first largest glass architectures by a guy called Charles Flower who wrote,
“The proper excellence of architecture is that which results from its suitableness to the occasion … and this principle rightly pursued leads to ORIGINALITY without the affection of NOVELTY”
But winter 2020, for the first time in history the venue was opened for fine dining to the public. Usually hired out for weddings or filming never before could you book to eat in these grounds. It was a little bit of magic for 2020.
Syon Park is open all year round for visiting and exploring the grounds and it wasn’t just popular for igloos in 2020… it was also a location for filming Brighterton.