The best way to escape the summer heat in Beirut is to go to the beaches or rooftop bars where you can cool off with a drink or two. This summer, two exciting new roofs opened in Beirut, BAU Rooftop & Le Bristol and Four Seasons unveiled its coated roof designed by Bernard Khoury.
BAU brings an Asian feel to the Beirut rooftop nightlife scene, and is located on the Waterfront Beirut and offers spectacular views of the Beirut skyline. The name refers to the goddess of healing, heaven and art and every detail in space reflects it perfectly.
Having completed the hotel renovation earlier last year, Le Bristol has recently opened its roof and offers beautiful views over sunset drinks. The roof also includes a heated pool open all year. It is a nice and cozy space and it goes without saying that the food there is amazing.
New rooftop lounge on level 26 – Four Seasons Hotel Beirut:
Four Seasons renovated and redesigned its famous roof with the help of Bernard Khoury. In place of the old wood and black design, the new roof, known as Level 26, features an open space decorated with white furniture, abundant white marble, a refreshing pool and a long and impressive bar. The views are breathtaking, and the food and drinks are as amazing as ever.
Level 26, unlike its predecessors, can be enjoyed in all weather conditions thanks to its new design.