In case Bentley’s luxury cars weren’t enough, the automaker now has its own hotel suites.
Bentley and Starwood Hotel and Resorts, which owns the St. Regis hotel chain, formed a partnership in 2012. As part of the partnership, Bentley supplies the St. Regis hotels with a fleet of its Flying Spur luxury sedans and offers coordinated driving programs for guests.
But Bentley didn’t stop with the cars — it also has a luxurious suite in three separate St. Regis hotels. Scroll down for a closer look:
The suite covers 1,700 square-feet of floor space on the hotel's 15th floor and comes with a bedroom, a full bathroom, a half bathroom, a foyer, and a large dining room.
The suite comes standard with butler service and a champagne bar, and overlooks Fifth Avenue and Central Park. Bentley's New York suite was the first to open in September of 2012.
2. Bentley's second St. Regis suite is in Istanbul and comes with sweeping views of the city. It costs $7,305 per night.
The suite was designed by Turkish architect Emre Arolat and was meant as a modern interpretation of the Art Deco era.
Perhaps the coolest feature is its champagne cooler that is tucked into a secret compartment in one of the leather couches.
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