The Bentley Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Landgasthof Schwabhausen
This hotel is SUPER CONVENIENT if you need access to the FDR for easy travel to JFK and La Guardia. Despite the parking being a bit tough to navigate to (the Quick Park under the building, with no internal access) the Bentley has a chic curb appeal a York Avenue UES boutique hotel. (4 star boutique hotel on HotWire).The lounge area in the lobby has cowhide seats and leather couches for relaxing and a small bar for happy hour. The staff is friendly and quick to check you in and out. The list they provided for restaurants in the area was okay; having lived in the UES 3 months prior, they were missing out on some great spots, so I recommend using Yelp. The rooms (single, queen non-smoking) are small, but extremely cozy. The black out shades are a huge plus and the beds (though super low to the ground) are very comfortable. The bathroom was a bit cramped and the showers only have a half glass wall, so we ended up making a huge mess everytime we showered. Overall, I enjoyed our stay and would definitely consider it again.
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