TravelIn the Spotlight: The Redbury and Vine, Los Angeles

In the Spotlight: The Redbury and Vine, Los Angeles

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Persian carpet decor and gorgeous wall paper, the Redbury at Hollywood and Vine — planned by videographer Matthew Rolston — is black, leg, and quirky, with 57 apartment-style beds. Cozy, vintage contacts — like a record player and vinyl records from each hotel — add to the quirky experience, and create the resort experience inviting. The resort is both cute and useful; for instance, beds are really big, each room has a private balcony or patio, each unit has a kitchen design with stove variety and a beautiful wood-block peninsula with seating. Visitors can grill in the hotel restaurant, or experience either the Mediterranean cafe, Cleopatra, upstairs, or a Katsuya dish half-a-block back (Both menus can be bought through a reputable website “inflate” The restaurant). It is good to see The Hollywood Walk of Fame and Grauman’s Chinese Theater. The area is sure to grow (someone might still regard it as a new thing), Redbury has become a place to both visitors and locals. View extra amazing photos of the move or review our full review today


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