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List of revolving restaurants

Inside the 360 Restaurant at the CN Tower, Toronto
Restaurant and observation decks at Black Mountain Tower, Canberra

The following is a list of revolving restaurants. A revolving restaurant is usually a tower restaurant eating space designed to rest atop a broad circular revolving platform that operates as a large turntable. The building remains stationary and the diners are carried on the revolving floor.

Contents

  • Abu Dhabi 1
  • Albania 2
  • Argentina 3
  • Australia 4
  • Austria 5
  • Bangladesh 6
  • Bolivia 7
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina 8
  • Brazil 9
  • Bulgaria 10
  • Canada 11
  • Chile 12
  • China 13
  • Colombia 14
  • Croatia 15
  • Egypt 16
  • Estonia 17
  • Finland 18
  • France 19
  • Germany 20
  • Greece 21
  • Hong Kong 22
  • Iceland 23
  • India 24
  • Indonesia 25
  • Iran 26
  • Iraq 27
  • Japan 28
  • Kenya 29
  • Korea (North) 30
  • Korea (South) 31
  • Kuwait 32
  • Libya 33
  • Lithuania 34
  • Malaysia 35
  • Mexico 36
  • Nepal 37
  • The Netherlands 38
  • New Caledonia 39
  • New Zealand 40
  • Norway 41
  • Pakistan 42
  • Philippines 43
  • Portugal 44
  • Qatar 45
  • Russia 46
  • Saudi Arabia 47
  • Serbia 48
  • Singapore 49
  • Slovakia 50
  • Spain 51
  • Switzerland 52
  • South Africa 53
  • Syria 54
  • Taiwan 55
  • Tanzania 56
  • Thailand 57
  • Trinidad and Tobago 58
  • Turkey 59
  • Uganda 60
  • Uruguay 61
  • United Arab Emirates 62
  • United Kingdom 63
  • United States 64
  • Uzbekistan 65
  • Venezuela 66
  • See also 67
  • References 68

Abu Dhabi

  • Al Fanar Rooftop Revolving Restaurant, Le Royal Meridien Hotel, Abu Dhabi

Albania

  • Sky Club Panoramic Bar & Restaurant, Sky Tower, Tirana

Argentina

Australia

Australian Capital Territory
New South Wales
Queensland
South Australia
  • Top of the World Revolving Restaurant, Atlantic Tower, Glenelg
Tasmania
Western Australia

Austria

Bangladesh

Bolivia

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Brazil

  • Cuisine Du Ciel, Golden Tulip Internacional Foz, Foz do Iguaçu
  • Revolving Mascaron Restaurant, Torre Mirante da Serra, Veranópolis
  • Revolving Rooftop Restaurant, Taj Mahal Continental Hotel, Manaus

Bulgaria

  • Magnito Sky, Varna Towers, Varna

Canada

Alberta
British Columbia
View of the Top of Vancouver Revolving Restaurant, Harbour Centre, Vancouver
Manitoba
  • Prairie 360, Fort Garry Place, Winnipeg, opened November 11, 2013
Ontario
Quebec

Chile

China

Beijing
  • Carousel Revolving Restaurant, Xiyuan Hotel, Beijing
  • Revolving Restaurant, China Central Television Tower, Beijing[2]
  • Starlight Revolving Restaurant, Beijing International Hotel, Beijing
  • Summit Club Restaurant and Lounge, Hotel Kunlun, Beijing
Chengdu
Chongqing
  • Jiuchongtian (Cloud 9) Revolving Restaurant, Yu Du Hotel {Jiefangbei CBD}, Chongqing
Dalian
  • Mingzhu Revolving Restaurant, Bohai Grand Hotel, Dalian
  • Revolving Restaurant, Bohai Pearl Hotel, Dalian
  • Revolving Restaurant, Dalian Radio and TV Tower, Dalian
Guangdong Province
Guangzhou
  • Carousel Restaurant, Garden Hotel, Guangzhou
  • Revolving Restaurant, Aiqun Hotel, Guangzhou
  • Sky Cafe-Revolving Restaurant, Guangdong Asia International Hotel, Guangzhou
Shenzhen
Zhaoqing
  • Revolving Restaurant, Pearl Hotel Starlake, Zhaoqing
Zhongshan
  • City-view Revolving Restaurant, Fuhua Hotel, Zhongshan
Hangzhou
  • J Western Restaurant, Tianyuan Tower Hotel, Hangzhou
  • Restaurant Café and Bar, Friendship Hotel, Hangzhou
Macau
  • 360° Café, Macau Tower, Macau
  • Rotunda Revolving Restaurant, Metro Park Hotel, Macau
Shanghai
  • Art 50, Hotel Novotel Shanghai Atlantis, Shanghai
  • Blue Heaven Revolving Restaurant, Jin Jiang Tower, Shanghai
  • Epicure on 45, Radisson Hotel Shanghai New World, Shanghai
  • Oriental Pearl Revolving Restaurant, Oriental Pearl Tower, Shanghai
Suzhou
  • Revolving Restaurant, Aster Hotel, Suzhou
Tianjin
Wenzhou
  • Revolving Restaurant, Wenzhou International Hotel, Wenzhou
Wuhan
  • Panorama Restaurant, Holiday Inn Wuhan-Riverside, Wuhan

Colombia

Croatia

  • Vertigo bar, Hotel Antunović, Zagreb

Egypt

Estonia

Finland

France

Germany

Greece

Hong Kong

Iceland

India

Hotel Patang of Ahmedabad at night

Indonesia

  • The Empire Grill, Menara Imperium, Jakarta
  • Panyawangan Restaurant, Hotel Panghegar, Bandung

Iran

Iraq

Japan

  • Fukunoseki restaurant, Shimonoseki (Hinoyama Summit)
  • Ginza Sky Lounge in Yūrakuchō, Tokyo (rotates counterclockwise, unlike most revolving restaurants)
  • Hanagasa Revolving Sky Restaurant, Okinawa Miyako Hotel, Naha, Okinawa
  • Hotel New Tsukamoto, Chiba
  • Le Train Blue Restaurant on top of Hiroshima Kokusai Hotel, Hiroshima
  • Restaurant Rondo, Century Royal Hotel, Sapporo
  • THE Sky, Hotel New Otani, Tokyo
  • Top of Kyoto, Rihga Royal Hotel, Kyoto

Kenya

  • Kenyatta International Conference Centre, located on the 28th floor of the KICC Tower, in the Central Business District of Kenya's Capital city, Nairobi

Korea (North)

Korea (South)

Kuwait

Libya

Lithuania

Malaysia

Mexico

Nepal

  • Revolving Restauant, Airport Hotel, Sinamangal, Kathmandu
  • Revolving Restaurant, Ratna Plaza, Dharmapath, New road, Kathmandu

The Netherlands

De Koperen Hoogte, revolving restaurant and hotel in former water tower

New Caledonia

New Zealand

Norway

Pakistan

Philippines

Portugal

Qatar

Russia

Saudi Arabia

Serbia

Singapore

Prima Tower Revolving Restaurant, Singapore

Slovakia

Spain

  • Panoramic 360, Forum Building Granada

Switzerland

South Africa

Syria

Taiwan

Tanzania

Thailand

  • Club Lounge, Grand China Princess Hotel, Bangkok
  • Pattaya Park Beach hotel, Pattaya

Phu Jaya Mini Resort & Restaurant [Chiang Mai]

Trinidad and Tobago

Turkey

Uganda

  • 7 Hills Revolving Restaurant, Golf Course Hotel, Kampala[6]

Uruguay

  • La Vista, in Punta del Este (open for lunch and dinner)

United Arab Emirates

United Kingdom

  • BT Tower, (London), the Butlins Top of the Tower restaurant closed in 1980; restaurant is operational but not open to the public, and seldom rotates
  • Lakeview Restaurant, Center Parcs Elveden Forest, the only active revolving restaurant in the U.K.
  • St. John's Beacon, (Liverpool) restaurant, closed in 1977, now a radio station, no longer revolves

United States

Alabama
  • The Marriott Shoals Hotel & Spa, Florence
Arizona
California
Connecticut
  • Vuli Restaurant, Stamford (closed since 2007)
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Illinois
  • The Pinnacle Revolving Restaurant, W Hotel, Chicago (closed)
  • Ventana's, Rosemont (closed to the public; only open for receptions, parties)
Indiana
Iowa
  • Top of the Tower Ballroom, Holiday Inn Downtown, Des Moines (closed to the public; ballroom events only)
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maryland
  • Circle One, Baltimore, atop the Holiday Inn Downtown on Lombard and Howard streets (1964–74)
Massachusetts
  • Spinnakers, Hyatt Regency, Cambridge (permanently closed, turntable removed)
Michigan
Minnesota
  • Carousel Restaurant, St. Paul (closed as of July 2007)
  • JJ Astor, Radisson Hotel Duluth Harborview, Duluth[8]
  • Revolving Restaurant, Wells Fargo Tower, Bloomington (closed)
Missouri
Nevada
New Jersey
  • Top O'Trenton Holiday Inn, Trenton (closed)
New York
Ohio
  • Ventana's, Millennium Hotel, Cincinnati (no longer open to the public; calls itself a "revolving reception venue")
Oklahoma
Pennsylvania
  • Revolving Restaurant, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Harrisburg (closed)
South Carolina
South Dakota
  • Holiday Inn Downtown, Sioux Falls (stopped revolving in the 1980s)
Tennessee
  • Polaris, Sheraton, Nashville (closed)
  • Revolving Restaurant, White Station Tower, Memphis (closed)
  • Sunsphere, Knoxville, closed (opened in 1982 for the World's Fair; closed in 1997; observation deck opened again in 2007; and restaurant might open again, too but has never revolved)
  • Top of the 100, 100 North Main, Memphis (might open)
Texas
Virginia
  • Skydome Lounge, Doubletree Hotel Crystal City at National Airport, Arlington
Washington
Wisconsin
  • Polaris Restaurant, Hyatt Regency, Milwaukee, closed to the public in 2009 and only rented for special occasions; currently undergoing renovations to reopen October, 2015; the revolving mechanism will be removed

Uzbekistan

Venezuela

  • Hotel Pipo Internacional, Maracay

See also

References

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