Rock & Roll Hotel Reminds Us it has an Awesome Roof Deck

by Prince Of Petworth April 4, 2012 at 10:05 pm 8 Comments

Photo courtesy of Rock and Roll Hotel.

Rock and Roll Hotel opened their roof deck back in Nov. 2011 at 1353 H Street, NE. And they had a party Tues. night to show it off. This might be the free beer talking but it was pretty sweet.

Photo courtesy of Rock and Roll Hotel.

I was particularly digging the portholes:

  • TJ

    I have to disagree. Now it feels like Marvins. It was much better with no roof.

  • an

    no view, pretty boring. the high walls (I assume to keep the noise in) make it kind of claustrophobic. fine if you’re already at rnr but not a destination

  • Anonymous

    Bar roof decks are the new cupcake.

  • Too bad I don’t feel safe there. I was there on the second floor once, and it felt like the whole floor was going to fall through at any minute– vibrating and shaking like it couldn’t take all the weight of all the people. Looking around and seeing how crowded it was, I left immediately.

    • Anonymous

      As evidenced by the lack of news coverage of a subsequent collapse, I think it’s safe to assume you were wrong about it being “unsafe.”

      • I didn’t say it was unsafe, I said it doesn’t feel safe.

      • Besides, just because a disaster didn’t actually occur doesn’t mean it magically becomes safe. Running with knives isn’t safe, even if you don’t end up falling and stabbing yourself to death.

  • ap

    You thought it was sweet? I found it claustrophobic too. Marvins at least has has at least some design features to it.


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