KE-ZU’s favourite rooftop bars

The festive season might be over, but there’s no need to stop the celebrations. Take time to enjoy a warm summer evening at one of KE-ZU’s favourite rooftop bars.

Terrace Bar at Sheraton Melbourne Hotel

Terrace Bar at Sheraton Melbourne Hotel is an award-winning venue designed by Hecker Guthrie. It has fantastic cocktails, a tapas bar menu and great views of the city skyline, plus super comfortable and stylish chairs by Expormim.

Take a seat in high-backed Copa armchair or Out_line lounge chair for a more intimate evening, or enjoy the company of friends and colleagues in the classic Radial chair or Nido lounge chair. When the temperature starts to cool, you can get cosy next to one of the fireplaces.

Rooftop terrace at Aloft Hotel Perth

Aloft is Marriott Hotels’ lively design-led destination for locals and visitors alike. Designed by A+ Design Group, the terrace offers live music and sweeping views and is decked out with ever-fresh furniture by Vondom.

The Spanish brand’s relaxed, fun and avant-garde approach to design can be seen in the Faz and Vela collections, which provide comfortable and versatile seating outdoors, while Ivy and Heaven provide poolside seating.

Sazerac Rooftop Bar & Lounge at Four Points by Sheraton Brisbane

Thirty floors above street level, Sazerac Rooftop Bar & Lounge is Brisbane’s highest bar. It features a deck, pool and funky beats. The bar is named for its signature Sazerac cocktail – a combination of cognac, absinthe, bitters and sugar that originated in New Orleans.

Enjoy Sazerac’s carefully crafted cocktails and tapas, as well spectacular views over the CBD while you’re seated on a Vondom Frame stool and at a Vertex bar table.

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