Welcome to The Bentley Hotel
A Modern Boutique Hotel on Manhattan’s Upper East Side
The Bentley Hotel provides an unmatched experience on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Settled just outside of the epicenter of the buzzing activity of Midtown Manhattan, our boutique hotel offers a quieter stay while only being a short walk from NYC attractions like Central Park, Bloomingdale’s and the historic 5th Avenue shopping district. Stay at our independent boutique hotel, enjoying all of the style and flair that NYC has to offer. Escape from the fast pace of the Upper East Side at The Bentley Hotel. With breathtaking views of the East River and 59th Street Bridge, our 197 tastefully appointed guest rooms reflect the elegance and sophistication of their Manhattan surroundings.
Among the many hotels in Manhattan, the Bentley has been ranked as one of the top-rated hotels for its personalized service. Our convenient Upper East Side location and comfortable guest rooms come together for a hotel experience that shouldn’t be missed. Our special offers unlock exclusive value for our guests, and we cannot wait to welcome you to the Bentley.
Boutique Hotel Rooms in Manhattan Upper East Side
Retro chic and sophisticated, yet warm and inviting, our beautifully appointed Rooms and Suites are the perfect urban retreat.
In the Heart of New York City
Pleasantly removed from the chaos of midtown Manhattan, yet close enough to the action-- Bentley Hotel's Upper East Side location is truly one of a kind. Centrally located, our hotel is a quick walk to Central Park, 5th Avenue Shopping, and major attractions like the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim, or MoMA.
RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL Known as the home of the famed Rockettes dance company, this beautifully preserved 1930s theater is home to live performances, highlighted by the Radio City Music Hall Christmas Performance.
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN is one of the world's most iconic sports and entertainment venues & stages live sports, concerts and performances. Home to the New York Rangers and New York Knicks, MSG is a legendary NYC venue.
ONE WORLD OBSERVATORY @One World Trade Center Located on the site of the original World Trade Center destroyed in the September 11, 2001 bombings, this is the Western Hemisphere’s tallest building at 1,776 feet and already an iconic New York landmark.
Just south of Central Park, the legendary NORDSTROM NYC FLAGSHIP store is home to seven floors of thoughtfully curated clothing, shoes and accessories, as well as beauty, home goods and new restaurants, cafés and bars.
The Frank Lloyd Wright–designed GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM houses one of the most influentual modern art collections in the world. The Museum’s collection has increased over the years and includes work by artists such as Marc Chagall, Vasily Kandinsky, Piet Mondrian, Pablo Picasso, Edouard Manet or Vincent van Gogh.
Considered one of New York City's most famous department stores, the iconic BLOOMINGDALES FLAGSHIP STORE has undergone renovations since moving to 59th Street in 1886 yet continues to be a favorite destination for high-end shoppers visiting New York City.
Take the Roosevelt Island Tramway over the East River for a unique perspective on the City. Once closed to the public, today ROOSEVELT ISLAND is home to a residential community and a number of parks and landmarks.
The FLATIRON BUILDING is a 22-storey iconic landmark in NYC, originally called the Fuller Building. Not only was the Flatiron Building one of New York's first skyscrapers, it was also the first steel-skeleton structure whose construction was visible to the public. The structural engineers reinforced the frame to ensure that the slender building would withstand any gusts in what was already a bit of a wind tunnel.
Nestled at the height of 30 Rock -- 30 Rockefeller Plaza, that is, home to NBC Studios and SNL -- TOP OF THE ROCK's three levels of indoor and outdoor observation decks deliver spectacular, unobstructed views of New York City.