What used to be a rather conventional revolving restaurant trapped in the ’70s has reinvented itself to become Three Sixty°. Go up 17 floors and be prepared for an awesome view, particularly if it has been a sunny day. As the sun sinks below the horizon, the view is illuminated by the twinkling lights of the heritage centre with its terracotta roofs and the sea in the distance. This rooftop bar revolves at six degrees per minute giving a 360-degree view of the entire island; while not exactly swift, it helps with making sure you don’t spill your drink. If it’s dinner and drinks you’re after, there’s a buffet served nightly from 6.30pm to 10.30pm.