Friday, July 1, 2011

The Redbury Hotel Hollywood



This boho-chic property in an iconic building at the intersection of Hollywood. With quirkiness spilled out in all its spaces, this five-floor neo-Victorian gem is as colorful and comfortable. Part of the SBE Collection (owners of the uber-hip SLS Hotels), the Redbury is reigniting the idea of a relaxed, cool L.A.

The 57 rooms, dubbed boho-chic guest flats, are generously sized, starting at 750 square feet, with enormous floor-to-ceiling windows and private balconies. The flats are tailor-made for long-term guests (though appropriate for any length of stay), with a full kitchenette with gas burners and a small oven, a dining area and even a washer/dryer. 

Three-hundred thread-count Italian linens, hand-drawn Victorian illustrations on the walls, Blu-ray players and gorgeously tiled walk-in rain showers complete the kind of apartment suite you’ll never want to leave (even if the red-and-black color scheme makes the rooms a bit dark and cavernous). The most talked-about room amenity: Turntables and stacks of vintage vinyl.

Visit Jetsetter for a great deal on this hotel.

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