Rooftop Events In London

This summer is set to be a scorcher and what better way to soak up the sun, then with a rooftop event in London? You could go to any old rooftop, but for a truly epic day, head to a proper party and make the most of the weather... it may not stick around for too long! From pool parties to bottomless brunch and champagne-centric skyscrapers, the city has it all. Check out our recommendations for the best rooftop parties in London and make sure your summer is sizzling.

Last updated on 12th November 2019




From some of the finest views in the city, to changeable themes dependent on the seasons, Skylight is perfect for a night out in London. Over summer there's lawn games and cocktails, while winter has got ice skating and igloos.

@ Century on Sat, 30th Nov 2019 @ 12:00 - 20:00

Enjoy an all-day brunch event that's sure to heat things up this winter. Ibiza babes Cafe Mambo will be taking over oho's biggest rooftop venue, Century, giving you one course of breakfast, a cocktail and club entry to the epic rooftop fiesta. 

Reztron

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From the stunning Chelsea Harbour Hotel to the slinky Capeesh Sky Bar and beyond, Reztron is bringing old school gaming to some of the city's best rooftop bars. Expect retro gaming, bottomless boozing and some of the best titles from Mortal Kombat to Moonwalker and Sonic 2.

Jin Bo Law

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Located on the 14th floor of the Dorsett City Hotel, Jin Bo Law boasts stunning interiors, a unique cocktail menu and spectacular views of Tower Bridge, the Shard, the Gherkin and more. They also host a regular rota of events including live music sessions and masterclasses.

Fancy catching some classic festive films this year? The Curtain has got you covered. Head up to the East London hotel's rooftop where they'll be transforming their lido into the ultimate pop-up cinema with a view.

Spend your summer nights partying on Brixton's boldest rooftop, with a plethora of famous DJs appearances, flowing drinks and epic soundscapes to revel in as the sun goes down. If you love a disco, this South London haunt is an essential venture.