Boasting sweeping views of Downtown Los Angeles and onward (on a clear day, you can see the Pacific Ocean), Spire 73 is an elevated experience in every way. The outdoor space is sleek and modern with an assortment of seating, lounge cabanas, and fire pits.
Los Angeles’s skyline just got a whole lot brighter thanks in part to the InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown, a sky-high hotel with sweeping views of the entire city below. The most impressive looks will come from Spire 73, the property’s new 73rd-story rooftop bar that claims the title as the highest open-air bar in the entire Western Hemisphere.
The space itself is a sleek expanse of outdoor seats, lounge cabanas, and fire pits. There’s a long open bar for access to a full lineup of booze, along with runs of bench seating, two- and four-tops, and metal umbrellas for shade. Wind is kept to a minimum thanks to heavy-duty glass that rings the structure, making for a calm, easy evening many hundreds of feet above sea level.
Heavy-duty glass is used to shield guests from the wind while keeping the view intact. The vibes are especially extraordinary at nighttime when the city lights contrast against the darkness.
According to onlyinyourstate.com; la.eater.com. Source of photos: internet