We are pleased to inform you that Level 27has recently become the first Gold Member of the International Nightlife Association in Poland and so, the first club recommended by our Organization in that country. Level 27 is the most famous Rooftop Music Club in Poland, which brought innovation to the Warsaw capital. Also Level 27 has been ranked #92 on The World's 100 Best Clubs 2018 List.
In the summertime the venue organizes amazing weekend parties on the terrace which is located on the 27th floor in the heart of Warsaw. From the balcony guests can look out over the city center for a breathtaking panoramic landscape. The unique view of the city skyline makes the sunrises and sunsets remain in your memory for a long time. During the winter season the club has an indoor area with a bar and seating areas for table bookings.
Additionally, Level 27 is known for its high level of service, which is given to guests who order a table. The guests are able to receive bottle ordering services and an exceptional entertainment experience. In fact, it's the only venue in Poland that provides "Sabrage" technique for opening champagne bottles in front of the guests. Behind the bar are the best bartenders in Poland who specialize in serving cocktails while ensuring quality and meeting the guests' demands.
Not to mention, Level 27 has received numerous recognitions including being ranked in the top 20 rooftop venues "Rooftops of EMEA" by Cushman & Wakefield, holding a Certificate of Excellence for 2017 and 2018 from Trip Advisor, 1st place in category "Club of the Year" 2016 by CGK WARSZAWA, awarded by the "World's Finest Clubs" in 2017 and having an article published on Forbes Magazine in 2016 for the venue's uniqueness.
Level 27 also provides the possibility of creating private events and has hosted the largest corporations in the Polish and international economy, including: Dell, Sony Music, Ikea, Nestle and many more. Private events include weddings, fashion shows, films and TV show shooting, political conferences, product launch events and many more.
With this new entry, the International Nightlife Association currently has Gold Members in United States of America, United Arab Emirates, Spain, Italy, Belgium, Sweden,Philippines, Croatia, Poland and China and at the same time is expanding to other territories like Japan, India, Russia and Colombia.
We are glad to remind you that the International Nightlife Association is restricted to on-licensed venues and the Gold Membership distinction can be achieved only by those on-licensed venues that stand-out for their quality and prestige in their territory. So, by obtaining this recognition the Gold Member venues become recommended clubs by our organization so that they gain access to clients via luxury concierge companies that collaborate with our Association, are highlighted on the International Nightlife Guide, obtain social media promotion, have access to consulting services and exchange clients with other Gold Members from other countries.
But the promotion of quality, prestige and excellence in nightlife by the International Nightlife Association doesn't stop here, and so, since a few months back our organization is implementing "The Triple Excellence in Nightlife" distinction, which at the same time is restricted also to Gold Members. The "Triple Excellence in Nightlife" gives visibility and prestige to those venues that implement it and is made up of the “International Nightlife Safety Certified” (INSC), the “International Nightlife Acoustic Quality” (INAQ) and the “International Nightlife Quality Service” (INQS) seals.
At the moment, six clubs in the world has already implemented the Triple Excellence (Cavalli Club Dubai, Opium Barcelona, Pacha Barcelona, Shôko Barcelona and Icebar Barcelona).
Mumbai likely to get 50 rooftop joints by December
Mumbai: In a major decision, the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has cleared the decks permitting restaurants, bars and cafes on rooftops of buildings, officials said here on Wednesday.
The development comes after long efforts made by Hotel & Restaurant Association of Western India (HRAWI) and Indian Hotels & Restaurants Association (AHAR) and Yuva Sena President Aditya Thackeray, with the state government and the BMC.
Lauding the decision, HRAWI president Dilip Datwani said it would unlock the huge potential that terraces offer by allowing them to be operated as leisure or recreational spaces.
"The sky-bars and rooftop cafes are an emerging trend around the world, and Mumbai despite being the commercial capital of India, lacked the policy on this. It will be appreciated by Mumbaikars besides domestic and international tourists," said Datwani, whose HRAWI has a membership of over 2,000-star hotels and restaurants.
With a membership of over 8,000 restaurants and bars, AHAR's Adarsh Shetty said the industry has been pursuing this proposal since years and now finally the authorities have given the green signal to it.
"This is a privilege for Mumbai and the city will join the ranks of cities like London, Hong Kong, Bangkok which have beautiful skylines and some of the best rooftop restaurants in the world," he said.
Earlier, there were a few clubs or private parties allowed on rooftops against payment of daily licence fees of around Rs 15,000, which was scrapped permanently two months ago.
Shetty said that by December, at least 50 rooftop joints, especially those in the vicinity of the Arabian Sea, are likely to come up as they would offer dazzling views of the city, besides reduced noise and air pollution from the traffic below and beating space constraints.
As per the BMC policy, permissions would be granted to open-air terraces, in full or part, except on refuge floors of commercial buildings, malls, hotels having eating houses and lodging services, without causing a nuisance to the occupants.
The owners cannot claim the terrace areas as habitable commercial areas approved by the BMC while submitting any redevelopment proposals in future, and no cooking or preparations would be allowed with LPG or open flames.
All other rules shall be applicable as per the Mumbai Police Act and the BMC's Shops & Establishments Act, and the licensees would be liable to take proper safety and security measures on such premises.