Rock 'n' roll style in Hollywood
The Redbury not only lies at the famous intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street but also at the proverbial crossroads of where the glamour of old Hollywood converges with the sophistication of new Hollywood.
As you enter the hotel, you're met with rock 'n' roll music and gallery walls featuring photos of your favorite frontmen, graphics of classic Hollywood stars and other memorabilia curated by designer and photographer Matthew Rolston. It then becomes clear that this hotel is for the stylish set: Those who had dreams of touring the country with their band and throwing all-night parties on terraces with epic city views; the avant-garde class who prefers vinyl to CDs and can exercise that right on their in-room turntable; and the dreamers who could spend all afternoon sipping Milagro cocktails from the mini-bar staring up at the Capital Records building realizing that their Hollywood dream is finally within reach.
When it comes time to eat, modern Mediterranean fare is always close by either by dining in the glittering old Hollywood ambiance of Cleo on the first floor of the Los Angeles hotel, or by picking selections off the 24-hour room service menu that is also overseen by Cleo’s chef Danny Elmaleh. If sushi is preferable to kabobs, then ordering your fill of fresh sashimi and signature Japanese creations from neighboring Katsuya is also available in-room for lunch or dinner.
Cap your evening at The Library, an indoor/outdoor lounge that welcomes revelers with fire pits and plenty of space to lounge overlooking Hollywood Boulevard in between games of pool.