The Bentley offers everything one would expect from one of the first design hotels in Istanbul, modelled as it was by Milanese architects Piero Lissoni and Nicoletta Canesi, with stainless steel, dark wood and straight lines throughout, a smart fusion restaurant and nice, attached bar.
All rooms have the full range of entertainment and communication mod cons but the suites are particularly cool and larger than most. Its location, however, sucks somewhat, being on a distinctly graceless busy main road, just north of Beyoglu.
Consequently it attracts business travellers as much as tourists in search of style. But most places in Beyoglu, Nisantasi and the Bosphorus shore are only a fairly short taxi ride away.