Diamond Sky Bar

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The 10th floor has taken on a new identity through some inspired design. A spiral staircase leads from the Gourmet Corner to the first of three overlapping levels of stylish skylight bar space. The three terraces are at angles crafted from glass, metal and wood complemented by a monochromatic color palette of black, granite grey and hints of cream. The first contains the bar, spacious open kitchen and seating areas. More chill out seating is on the second level while the top section is an exclusive space reserved for special occasions.

Welcome to the Diamond Sky Bar with sublime 360-degree panoramic views of Hanoi. Witness evocative Hoan Kiem Lake in its entirety and take in five bridges spanning the mighty Red River – Nhat Tan (the newest bridge), Long Bien (the most iconic), Chuong Duong, Vinh Tuy and a glimpse of Thanh Tri. On a clear day, the Ba Vi Mountain range (‘Lord of Mountains’) 70km west of Hanoi is clearly visible. In front of the Red River, spy sections of Hanoi’s 3.85km-long mosaic ceramic wall peeking out in between the buildings. This wall is listed in the Guinness World Records as the longest pottery road in the world. It commemorates Hanoi’s 1,000th anniversary in 2010.

Diamond Sky Bar
Rooftop floor, La Mejor Hotel & Sky Bar, 22 Ta Hien Street, Hoan Kiem Dist

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Diamond Colada

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Sampan 54, Malibu, Lime, Grilled pineapple chunks, Lime juice, Coconut juice, Pandan syrup, Sesame oil

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Welcome to the Diamond Sky Bar with sublime 360-degree panoramic views of Hanoi. Witness evocative Hoan Kiem Lake in its entirety and take in five bridges spanning the mighty Red River – Nhat Tan (the newest bridge), Long Bien (the most iconic), Chuong Duong, Vinh Tuy and a glimpse of Thanh Tri. On a clear day, the Ba Vi Mountain range (‘Lord of Mountains’) 70km west of Hanoi is clearly visible. In front of the Red River, spy sections of Hanoi’s 3.85km-long mosaic ceramic wall peeking out in between the buildings. This wall is listed in the Guinness World Records as the longest pottery road in the world. It commemorates Hanoi’s 1,000th anniversary in 2010.

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Buy 2 get 1 free

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