The Redbury

In the Red

Your Guided Tour of the Redbury

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You’re a complicated individual.

Sometimes you need an off-the-grid hotel room. Sometimes you need a quiet date spot. Sometimes you just need lunch.

Good news—there’s a funky new Hollywood hotel called The Redbury, now soft-open, here to handle all of the above. Ladies and gentlemen, it’s time to take a little tour...

• Discreetly stowed up on the second floor is a quiet courtyard lounge called The Glade, which you should consider your off-the-radar new date spot. There will be no rope and no promoter. Stop in after sundown, find a daybed under fig trees and Moorish lanterns, and get a bottle of red sent over from the in-house restaurant, Cleo. Chat. Pour. Repeat.

• Come September 1, Cleo will officially be slinging Mediterranean flatbreads and meatball tagine for lunch and dinner. But if you’ve sprung for a room for the night, Cleo’s not your only food option. They’ll also bring you up some sushi from Katsuya nearby. (Like the hotel, it’s owned by SBE.)

• Each of the 57 rooms is like an apartment, with a full kitchen, washer-dryer and walls covered with rock-and-roll posters. So basically, if you wanted to move in, you could.

• And don’t forget to bring your most prized vinyl. Each room has a vintage record player, and some rooms will come with records from Led Zeppelin and the Stones.

You can leave your eight-tracks at home though.


The Redbury
1717 Vine St
Los Angeles, CA, 90028


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