Tower Club at lebua welcomes Alfresco 64 – A Chivas Bar

Tower Club at lebua welcomes Alfresco 64 – A Chivas Bar

The Dome at lebua has teamed up with Pernod Ricard to unveil another exciting project.

Perched 800 feet in the air on the 64 floor of the Tower Club at lebua, Alfresco 64 – A Chivas Bar will be the highest outdoor whisky bar in the world offering connoisseurs and luxury jetsetters the ultimate whisky drinking experience along with stunning aerial views of the skyline and the Chao Phraya River.

In the past lebua has pioneered alfresco dining and drinking with its multi-award-winning restaurants and bars.

This time the luxury hotel and resort group has partnered with Chivas Regal, makers of the most prestigious premium blended Scotch whisky in the world, to bring a new whisky degustation experience to the heart of Bangkok with a 200-sqm ultra-luxury bar.

In addition to sampling signature blends from Chivas Regal as well as other premium whiskies, connoisseurs will also be able to enjoy the one-of-a-kind limited edition “Chivas Exclusive lebua blend”.

The whisky is special because it is the first time that Chivas Regal has created a blend exclusively for a partner.

“For whisky aficionados, Alfresco 64 – A Chivas Bar marries two iconic luxury brands perfectly,” said Deepak Ohri, chief executive of lebua Hotels & Resorts, adding, “we will take drinking whisky to a new level of luxury experiences, just like we did with Champagne at the Flute Bar – A Perrier-Jouët Bar.”

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Tastefully created by the world-class design team at DWP, the design concept of Alfresco 64 – A Chivas Bar draws inspiration from the sleek lines of a luxury yacht – the epitome of the luxurious lifestyle of a billionaire.

The world’s highest whisky bar is divided into three parts with the first section, an indoor area exquisitely set to resemble an opulent yacht cabin, featuring lacquered rosewood flooring and sunken seating.

The bar counter is meticulously made of large pieces of wood accentuated with curves and silver metal lines which resemble the dynamic lines of a luxury vessel. The front of the bar takes its design cues from a yacht’s bridge.