The Bentley London
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Bentley London
Room was comfortable...Bathroom was amazing! TUB was fantastic. Location was prime. We did have to wait while they "prepared" our room but offered complimentary drinks and snacks. Overall, I was quite happy
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Historical Traveler Reviews The Bentley London
This has to be one of the hottest spots in London. A new hotel maybe but you'd not know it. Fabulous decor, exceptional staff and then there's the restaurants. Chef Turner produced my family and I a 7-course dinner with wines to match that was quite simply the best meal ever. And at a highly reasonable price. His passion for Foie Gras and Scallops (not together) shows through but presentation and attention to detail is unbeleivable. If you go, give yourself time as it's an experience to be savoured as it's no everyday meal but one things for sure, make sure you do go. Well done, The Bentley
Excellent restaurant & bar
Andrew Turner and his colleagues at The Bentley are certainly creating an experience to remember. My wife and a group friends enjoyed the menu gastronomique and we were delighted. The food was excellent and the wines chosen by the sommelier for each course were a perfect accompaniment to each course.I would certainly recommend The Bentley for both business and social dining.
This hotel is so chic ... you must stay there. Living in london i have seen all the best hotels but this is SUPERB. Everybody was soooooooo nice from when we arrived at 1am to when we overslept and missed breakfast .. it was sent up as "nohing is a problem" we were told. This hotel is one in a million.
We had a meal in 1880 on Saturday. It was a class above anything else in London. The service was second to none the food was to die for. It was a fantastic eating experience. The chef Andrew Turner has got it just right. We are all looking forward to staying in the Hotel next to sample the rest of this wonderful place.
The Best ever
what a place ,the finest hotel i have ever been to .the staff the food the decor every single thing about the bently is fantastic .cannot wait to go back .thanks for agreat night .
Culinary delights at the Bentley
Fan dabby do! Chef Andrew Turner prepared a wonderful gastronomic experience for 2 colleagues & me. Refered to as the "Grazing" menu, 7 courses of an excellent standard were served with wine selected by the Bentley's sommelier. For food of such a high standard the check was a pleasant surprise. Beautiful tender lamb; foie gras to die for. The surroundings, decor all shout quality. Enjoy one of London's newest & best restaurant/hotel.
Fantastic weekend at the Bentley. Must be the most stylish hotel in London. Staff very friendly and helpful. Can't thank them enough for sorting out a wonderful weekend for me and my wife. Would suggest to anyone wanting a luxourious weekend in the centre of London to stay here. Have a great holiday.
Wow!! Absolutely Fabulous
Everthing was fabulous! A beautiful building with wonderfully kind staff. Will definately be back.
Spoilt like a King
Luxury fit for a King. I have never seen such comfort at such competitve prices. the food in the fine dining restaurant, 1880, is worth the calories!!! The Spa is an amazing offering. Not so sure about the Cigar lounge (but then again I am a non-smoker).
Love the Turkish Bath
The Turkish Bath is a "to die for" expreience. What pleasure, I must say.
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