St. Regis New York Gets Hot Wheels

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The St. Regis New York has two new house cars. One is the 2015 Bentley Flying Spur.
The St. Regis New York has two new house cars. One is the 2015 Bentley Flying Spur.

Getting around New York City just got easier and more stylish. Guests staying at the St. Regis New York will now have access to the hotel’s Bentley fleet. The house car service includes a “night” Bentley and a “day” Bentley. This is the only Bentley house car service that changes from day to night. The day car is the Moonbeam Flying Spur, which can reach a top speed of 183 mph. Most guests use this car to visit the shops and boutiques along Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue. It’s also the perfect car to take to lunch or a daytime meeting.

In the evening, guests can go to the theater or out on the town in the Bentley Beluga Black Mulsanne, which takes 399 hours to build and can go up to 184 mph. The interior of the car boasts 42.9 inches of rear legroom.

The cars will be available on a first come, first served basis and can be used within a 10-block radius of the hotel.

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For guests looking to continue the Bentley experience, recommend the Bentley Suite, which was partly designed by the Bentley Motors design team. Contact Hermann Elger, general manager, at [email protected] or 212-753-4500.

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