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Dramatic Designs: The St. Regis Hotel New York's Bentley Suite

Posted by Melanie Nayer  September 10, 2012 06:29 AM

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Themed hotel suites aren't anything new, but when they come courtesy of some of the most luxurious brands in the world, they're worth checking out (or into).

Next up on the luxury retail branded hotel room: The Bentley Suite at The St. Regis Hotel New York.

Set to debut this fall, the Bentley Suite will offer 1,700 square feet of Bentley-themed design including exclusive Bentley decor including black leather tile floors and a sleigh bed made out of Bentley's signature burled wood, according to reports.

If you grow tired of your Bentley surroundings, The St. Regis will provide you complimentary access to a 2013 Bentley Mulsanne to take you anywhere within a 10-block radius of the hotel, which is poshly positioned at Fifth Avenue and 55th Street in New York.

The cost for living it up in the lap of luxury? A cool $9,500 per night plus taxes.

If Bentley isn't quite your taste, perhaps you'll like the hotel's Tiffany, Dior or Bottega Veneta suites, currently available for reservations.

Readers: Your thoughts?

Past Dramatic Designs:
B2Hotel's Lobby Lounge and Wine Bar
Gramercy Park Hotel's Drawing Room
Mandarin Oriental New York's elliptical lobby
Ritz-Carlton Wolfsburg's 'floating' swimming pool
Ireland's Lismore Castle
Frescos at Four Seasons Hotel Firenze
Cave Bar at Mövenpick Hotel Hamburg
Bulgari Hotel London's glass mosaic pool
3D art at Four Seasons Baltimore
Viceroy Miami outdoor pool deck
Fairmont Copley Plaza's $20 million renovation
Holiday Inn Shanghai Pudong Kangqiao's glass-bottom pool
Madonna Inn's themed guest rooms
Toronto's Hazelton Hotel's $99,900 bed

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Melanie Nayer is a travel writer who spent many years in the newsroom before jetting off to see the world. Her goal is to bring readers the best insider information More »

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