Upper East Side
500 East 62nd Street, New York City, NY, USA, 10065
Hotel: private parking, fitness centre, business services, restaurant, bar, garden, 24-hour front desk, concierge, cleaning services.
Room: WiFi, pets allowed, non-smoking, large windows, air-conditioning, flat-screen TV, premium channels, desk, chair, iHome, minibar, daily housekeeping, C.O. Bigelow. bath amenities, ironing facilities, refrigerator, crib and rollaway on request.
Bentley HotelBentley Hotel is a 4-star boutique hotel in the more reserved Upper East Side neighbourhood, overlooking the Queensboro Bridge and Roosevelt Island. This pet-friendly hotel is frequented by guests of the neighbouring hospitals and universities while offering spacious guest rooms and suites, and access to additional hotel amenities like a fitness centre, business facilities and a rooftop restaurant.
The 21-storey building has a total of 197 non-smoking guest rooms (250-300 sq feet) and suites (350-400 sq feet), featuring large windows and compact marble bathrooms. The accommodation also comes with a flat-screen TV with cable and pay-per-view channels, as well as paid WiFi, an iOS device docking station, ironing facilities, minibar, safe and C.O. Bigelow toiletries. Valet laundry and dry cleaning are available in the hotel as well. A refrigerator and crib are available on request too.
In addition to their American breakfast buffet (for an additional fee), they also have a lobby bar with an outdoor garden. Some reviews also mention a refurbished rooftop restaurant, although there’s no mention of it on the official site.
Among other amenities, guests will also find a gym with a few cardio machines and exercise equipment, plus a business centre and one meeting room which are available for an extra charge.
As noted above, Bentley Hotel is closer to world-class hospitals and universities than touristy NYE attractions like Museum of Modern Art, Central Park and Rockefeller Center, which are about a mile away. The closest subway station is about half a mile away, Lexington Avenue/59th Street.
All in all, Manhattan visitors who find themselves looking for a mid-range hotel in the quiet Upper East Side should consider this as a viable option.
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