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Bangkok Rooftop Bar | The Speakeasy | Hotel Muse Bangkok

Bangkok Rooftop Bar | The Speakeasy | Hotel Muse Bangkok

Bangkok Rooftop Bar | The Speakeasy | Hotel Muse Bangkok I wonder if I can drink my way trough all the gorgeous rooftop bars in Bangkok? Merely for research purposes so I can compare to NYC.

Bangkok Rooftop Bar | The Speakeasy | Hotel Muse Bangkok I wonder if I can drink my way trough all the gorgeous rooftop bars in Bangkok? Merely for research purposes so I can compare to NYC.

Speakeasy bar rec from Hollie. This underground speakeasy was a lot of fun and the cocktails were amazing. The article says there is a little sign above the door...not so much! It is right next door to Hotel William Gray (which also has a cool cocktail area in the lobby). Award-winning bartender Kevin Demers gets creative with vinegars beneath Place Jacques Cartier

Speakeasy bar rec from Hollie. This underground speakeasy was a lot of fun and the cocktails were amazing. The article says there is a little sign above the door...not so much! It is right next door to Hotel William Gray (which also has a cool cocktail area in the lobby). Award-winning bartender Kevin Demers gets creative with vinegars beneath Place Jacques Cartier

The Prohibition Bar at the W hotel. Speakeasy in the sky with great cocktails and $5 Happy Hour daily from 5-7pm

The Prohibition Bar at the W hotel. Speakeasy in the sky with great cocktails and $5 Happy Hour daily from 5-7pm

The Speakeasy Suite at New York City's Carlton Hotel pays tribute to the city's Prohibition days with a secret back room attached to the bedroom that is only accessible through a hidden door masquerading as a bookcase. Once inside, the cozy bonus room offers a plethora of forbidden treasures, including a (non-working) tommy gun, custom-designed poker table with cards and chips, period photography and New York Times front pages, and a well-stocked private bar with leather furniture for…

The Speakeasy Suite at New York City's Carlton Hotel pays tribute to the city's Prohibition days with a secret back room attached to the bedroom that is only accessible through a hidden door masquerading as a bookcase. Once inside, the cozy bonus room offers a plethora of forbidden treasures, including a (non-working) tommy gun, custom-designed poker table with cards and chips, period photography and New York Times front pages, and a well-stocked private bar with leather furniture for…

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