In the Spotlight: The Redbury at Hollywood and Vine, Los Angeles

by Jane Reynolds on January 10, 2013

Printed patterns spice up the vintage-styled rooms.

With accents like Persian rugs and paisley wall paper, the Redbury at Hollywood and Vine — designed by photographer Matthew Rolston — is dark, hip, and eclectic, with 57 apartment-style rooms. Homey, retro touches — like a record player and vinyl records in each room — add to the eclectic feel, and make the hotel feel welcoming. The hotel is both chic and functional; for example, rooms are very large, each has a private patio or balcony, and each has a kitchen area with a stovetop range and a pretty wood-block island with seating. Guests can cook in their in-room kitchen, or enjoy either the Mediterranean restaurant, Cleo, downstairs, or Katsuya sushi half-a-block away (both menus can be ordered through “in-flat” dining). The location is ideal for seeing the Hollywood Walk of Fame and Grauman’s Chinese Theater. Though the neighborhood is continuing to evolve (some may still consider it up-and-coming), the Redbury has nonetheless become a hot spot among visitors and locals. See more incredible photos after the jump or read our full review now »

Even the entryway at the Redbury has a boutique-y vibe.

Cleo is a hip Mediterranean restaurant that attracts locals and tourists.

All "flats," as they're called, have complete kitchens.

With Asian influences, the courtyard has a Zen-like peace.


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