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Get a night life in one of our bars

Whether you consider yourself wicked cool or just want to try your first Mojito, we have many places to play the night away. Our Bartenders generate buzz - squeezing genius from uber-fresh ingredients and fine-tuning the classics.

39 Degrees, Sky Hotel, Aspen. This is the coolest place in a very hot town, right at the base of Aspen Mountain. Warm up by the large, crackling fireplace after a day on the mountain or take your party outside by the spectacular pool and hot tub. Delish dishes and drinks served après everything.
Ruby Room, Onyx Hotel, Boston. Raise your spirits in this ruby-themed Boston bar. Lush, curvy lines and intriguing lighting set the stage for high-energy unwinding. Sink into the curved banquettes and stay awhile. Or perch at the bar and enjoy a fiberoptic light show and a brilliant array of cocktails.
Highball, Nine Zero Hotel, Boston. Highball Lounge is a no attitude, laid back, vintage cocktail bar where folks can kick back, grab a beer, a small bite and a killer cocktail, all while listening to the resident DJ spin eclectic music nightly. Be it from the cocktail list or Shaher's whimsy based your preference, he will whip up a stellar cocktail unlike anything else in Boston.
Encore Liquid Lounge, Hotel Allegro, Chicago. In a city that knows how to party, Encore is a favorite hangout, walking distance from theaters, shopping and the Loop. You can ease into an evening with a light bite or belly up to the spiral-shaped bar for handcrafted cocktails that we call Liquid Therapy.
Hiatus Bar , Hotel La Jolla, La Jolla. Hiatus, La Jolla's hippest outdoor lounge, features hand craft cocktails and exciting weekly events throughout summer. Located in Hotel La Jolla, relax at happy hour after a day at the beach, warm up by the fire in the evening, or watch a movie under the stars.
Social Club, Surfcomber Hotel, Miami-South Beach. The Social Club has received accolades from around the country for it's unique cocktail program. The New Cuban with Gosling's rum, vanilla syrup, lime, mint, bitters and egg white perfectly captures the flavor of Miami, Recently, head bartender Chad Phillips was on NPR's "All Things Considered" regarding the story behind his beet infused gin — Beet Me in St. Louis.
The SIX15 Room, Grand Hotel Minneapolis. Sustainable fun comes to downtown Minneapolis. Spend quality down-time sipping creative cocktails, classic drinks and wines from the beautifully-selected list. Or sup on small plates, inspired by Chef Kris Koch's creative take on local provisions. Business turns to pleasure, from mid-afternoon till the cows come home.
PRESS Lounge, Ink48, New York. The ultimate in Manhattan casual chic. PRESS serves up spectacular views, classic cocktails and a glam atmosphere. Watch the world go by, thanks to glass-walled interiors and a stunning outdoor terrace. Nibble on seasonally-inspired small plates while you're at it.
Stratus Rooftop Lounge, Hotel Monaco, Philadelphia. Come on up to one of the city's only rooftop lounges. Stratus serves sparkling views, starring the historic neighborhood all around you, and we've earned our stripes with creative cocktails.
LUSTRE Rooftop Garden, Hotel Palomar Phoenix. Our newest rooftop lounge, LUSTRE is perched on the 3rd floor pool deck at the Hotel Palomar Phoenix. Cool down with fresh squeezed juices and cocktails, local beers, or wine on tap while relaxing under a shady umbrella with sweeping views of the nearby sports and concert venues.
LOUNGEsix, Hotel Solamar, San Diego. This over-the-top urban oasis serves light dishes, signature cocktails and spectacular sunsets. The pool and rooftop deck are bright and cheery by day and electrifying at night. Flickering lanterns and fire pits reflect the water, and the views will knock your socks off.
Bar Drake, Sir Francis Drake Hotel, San Francisco. This is the real deal. Even your parents are too young to remember the Prohibition era, but those were the days. Recapture an era of illicit fun, with cocktails created by Chief Mixing Officer Jacques Bezuindenhout, showcasing the bar's fine whiskies.
Starlight Room, Sir Francis Drake Hotel, San Francisco. THE place to see and be seen, but don't get distracted by the breathtaking sight of the city's lights. Think 1930s glamour with a thoroughly modern twist. Jaw-dropping views of San Francisco, with signature cocktails and nightly dancing.
Cobalt Restaurant and Lounge, Vero Beach Resort & Spa, Florida. The Cobalt Lounge has a knack for helping people unwind. From hand-crafted cocktails next to a firepit overlooking the ocean, to spacious patio seating that can turn into dancing on Friday night, the Cobalt Lounge is uniquely qualified to celebrate Vero Beach's two seasons: Hot and Hotter.
Bar Rouge, Hotel Rouge, Washington, DC. The hip meter is turned way up here, in one of DC's favorite haunts. Sink into a cozy banquette and enjoy meaningful conversation, thanks to the reasonable decibel level. Take the edge off with inventive dishes, cutting-edge cocktails and the classics.
Topaz Bar, Topaz Hotel, Washington, DC. A clever menu, brilliant cocktails and an enlightened atmosphere beckon, as the evening begins. The walls are lined with floor-to-ceiling settees and covered with lush, sapphire velvet. The staff is discreetly sophisticated, which is why Washingtonians spend serious time here.
Helix Lounge, Hotel Helix, Washington, DC. The atmosphere is all about color, fun, and funky energy. The mood here changes every few hours, thanks to a lighting system that morphs from a warm golden glow to dusky blue. Settle in for drinks or light bites on Ottoman-style chairs that light up when you sit down.