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Las Palmas, a poolside rooftop bar on level 33 of Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena

Las Palmas Singapore rooftop bar

Whether it’s for post-work tipples or poolside group hangouts, make a date at Las Palmas rooftop bar.

Novena may not be the typical neighbourhood for a night out in Singapore but all that might change with rooftop bar, Las Palmas, in the picture. Inspired by Palm Springs and the old Hollywood glamour of the 1960s, the bar invites you to kick back and unwind with a couple of poolside cocktails.

Perched on the 33rd floor of Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena, this bar and lounge offers 360-degree views of the city, making it the perfect backdrop for after work tipples as the sun sets.

Indulge in sunset tipples with panoramic city views

Las Palmas rooftop pool bar in Singapore
The bar features a counter made from rose quartz and high chairs with a tropical design.
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We suggest starting your evening dining al fresco so you won’t miss the glorious golden hour. Then, slowly make your way indoors where you get to choose between bar counter seats or lounge chairs to enjoy a proper meal.

The drinks menu has been designed for each of the 16 cocktails to lie somewhere across the spectrum from smooth to dry and simple to complex. Take your pick depending on the flavour profile or spirit that stands out to you. Each tipple also cleverly references art movements, pop culture, celebrities, and music of the 1960s.

Las Palmas cocktails
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For example, Sultan of Swing ($23) pays homage to Frank Sinatra’s favourite whisky – Chivas Regal 12 – in an Old Fashioned-styled drink with coffee, spiced apple honey, and banana. Celebrating the godfather of Tiki culture is Donn Beach ($23) – a spin on Mai Tai which combines white rum, Calpis, and notes of hazelnut and orgeat.

Another noteworthy cocktail is Nifty Fifties ($27) where aged Japanese whisky is mixed with cachaça, dragon fruit syrup, and hibiscus tea. The drink is topped with a rice paper logo featuring the classic vibrant advertisements from that era.

Las Palmas food
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Giving you more reasons to pop by on a weekday for a poolside hangout, the bar has put together a line-up of daily promotions. On Tuesdays, beer on tap is just $10/glass; there’s a free flow of margaritas, mimosas, and martinis for $45/pax on Wednesdays; and Bubbly Thursdays mean sparkling wine for $18/glass or champagne for $28/glass.

Otherwise, there’s always regular happy hour to fall back on happening from Tuesdays to Fridays between 5pm and 7pm, as well as on weekends from 3pm-7pm. This is when diners can enjoy house wines at $15/glass and the bartender’s selected cocktails at $18/glass.

Las Palmas rooftop pool bar
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Not limited to hotel guests only, even the pool cabanas are up for grabs. With a minimum spend of $200 across a group of 4, everyone gets access to the rooftop pool for 3 hours.

Nibble on American classics with an Asian twist

Las Palmas food
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To complement the bevvy of cocktails is a food menu that features heavily on classic Californian grub with a hint of Asian flavours. Highlights include Baby Back Ribs ($23) with a choice of either barbecue sauce of Singapore chilli sauce; and Juicy Kiss ($25) – a smoked angus beef brisket sandwich.

To share with the group, there’s Shrimply Satisfying ($26) sliders and Fiery Chicken Little ($18) popcorn chicken with Szechuan peppers. For something heartier, dig into mains like Clock Out Cluck In ($28) – buttermilk chicken stacked atop a fermented malt waffle, drizzled over with hot syrup.

Herbivores need not worry as there are also vegetarian options such as Mac Me Happy ($18) mac n cheese and Tempeh-rary Gardener ($18) – a trio of tempeh tacos.

Las Palmas churros
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To end on a sweet note, it’s hard to go wrong with Churro-rific ($16) – a classic treat served with salted peanut butter and kaya dips. Ice cream-lovers can opt for Banana Drama ($15) – an over-the-top salted egg sundae with caramel popcorn, Kopi-O Gau crumble, and a banana toffee drizzle.

Las Palmas, a rooftop bar with 60s Hollywood glam

As the sun sets over the horizon and the city lights turn on, Las Palmas offers the perfect respite from the usual nightlife spots. The cosy bar and lounge has limited seating, ensuring the atmosphere remains relaxed all evening and you get to savour the company till you bid adieu.

Address: 99 Irrawaddy Road, Courtyard By Marriott Singapore Novena Level 33, Singapore 329568
Opening hours: Tue-Thu 5pm-12am | Fri 5pm-1am | Sat 3pm -1am | Sun 3pm-12am (Closed on Mondays)
Las Palmas website

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