Madrid Rooftops Bar and Dining

Like many other cities, Madrid has changed its height in the past fifty years. Large buildings protrude from the traditional topography of the city offering incredible views, plus a lively entertainment program. Especially in summer, the roof tops of some buildings open to the public allowing locals and visitors to enjoy not only the sky of Madrid, but the nightlife of the city.

Hotel ME Reina Victoria Madrid

The Roof

One of the first and most famous terraces of Madrid, The Roof, is located on the top floor of the Hotel ME Madrid Reina Victoria. This outdoor club offers the best cocktails in town to the beat of extraordinary DJs and the best views of the Puerta del Sol and downtown Madrid. The nice decor and lighting effects in The Roof make this terrace one of the best places to enjoy the summer evenings in Madrid.

Address

Plaza de Santa Ana, 14. Hotel ME Madrid Reina Victoria. 28012, Madrid.

Opening Hours

Open seasonally, from 11:00 to midnight.

Getting Here

The Hotel ME is equidistant between Metro stations Puerta del Sol (Lines 1, 2, and 3) and Anton Martin (Line 1).

Mercado de Moncloa Entrance

Terraza de Poniente

With beautiful views over the Sierra de Madrid, the campus of the Complutense University and the Parque del Oeste, the Terraza de Poniente ‘sunset terrace’ is one of the most romantic roof-tops in the city. It is located in the Hotel Exe in the Moncloa district. More than a bar this is a restaurant offering incredible meals prepared in the restaurants of the Mercado de Moncloa.

Address

Calle Arcipreste Hita, 10. Hotel Exe Moncloa. 28015, Madrid.

Opening Hours

Open seasonally, from 11:00 to midnight.

Getting Here

The closest bus and metro station is Moncloa (Line 3 and 6).

Hotel de las Letras Madrid

Ático De las Letras

Located on the seventh floor of the Hotel de las Letras, this terrace is a gastronomic oasis. Open daily, it offers incredible snacks and cocktails. The building was erected in 1917 in neo-plateresco offers incredible views of downtown Madrid.

Address

Calle Gran Vía, 11. 28013, Madrid.

Opening Hours

Daily from 5:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.

Getting Here

The hotel is one block away from the Gran Vía (Lines 1 and 5) metro station. Also buses number 1, 2, 46, 74, 146 and M2 stop nearby the place.

El Viajero

El Viajero

Located in a three-story building in the Plaza de la Cebada, this terrace has a relaxed and youthful atmosphere. Since El Viajero is located in La Latina, the famous tapas-bar neighborhood, it offers quality tapas with a great view over the Madrid de los Austrias. There is also an excellent restaurant serving Spanish cuisine, in the first floor of this 19th-century building.

Address

Plaza de la Cebada, 11. 28005, Madrid.

Opening Hours

Mondays closed. Tuesday to Thursday from 5:00 p.m. to midnight. Friday from 3:00 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Saturday from noon to 1:30 a.m. Sunday from noon to midnight.

Getting Here

Take the subway to La Latina station (Line 5) then walk 5 minutes to the west to Plaza de la Cebada.