City Space, Moscow
No you’re not going to see this spot buzzing with spies and KGB agents, but expect to see a lot of Russian trendoids. This is one of the most stylish hangouts in Moscow and it is situated on the top floor (140m from ground) of the Swissotel Krasnye Hotel. City Space is unquestionably contemporary and they also offer some killer cocktails – plus you get a 360 degree view of Moscow.
Eau De Vie, Sydney
Eau De Vie is definitely amongst Sydney’s elite when it comes to bars. This dimly lit affair emits a certain unusual charm about it that keeps making guests come back for more. The cocktails and other drinks are unforgettable, with each bartender having won an award for his mixing attributes.
Le Bar 228, Paris
This spot is considered the creme de la creme of the Parisian night life. Le Bar 228 has an aura of sophistication and class. Get lost in their amazing drinks menu that features over 50 whiskies and about 300 speciality cocktails. Style is the order of the day so look the part if you decide venture there.
Milk & Honey, London
Milk & Honey in London bodes well for the reveller that enjoys exclusivity. For the better part of the year it is only open to members (£250 a year, plus a £50 joining fee). Non-members get a maximum of two hours if a table is booked a day in advance and you arrive before 9pm. It has become an institution and has bars on three floors offering a range of intimate booths, counter, lounge drinking and eating options.
Puro Beach, Mallorca
Situated in the tropical idyll of Mallorca, Puro Beach is popular with locals and tourists. This beach bar is ideal to just chill and take in the general good vibes, while snacking on sumptuous cuisine and downing some superb drinks. You can also reserve sunbeds for the day and spa treatments can be booked.