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The Redbury Offers Guests the Key to Sam Nazarian's Hollywood

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November 10, 2010 at 4:55 PM | by | ()

Welcome to our regular feature, Pitch Your Hotel, where we let hoteliers, general managers and other hotel execs tell us on-camera what makes their hotels so different from all the rest. And believe us, the competition is fierce these days. So sit back, relax and listen to them explain why their hotels are worthy of your hard-earned dollars or rewards points.

Yesterday, we gave you a ton of eye candy to gobble up from the brand new Hollywood hotspot, The Redbury. Today, we let general manager Xavier Moulin take over and tell us what makes The Redbury such a clutch spot when visiting Hollywood.

While the spacious, apartment-sized, colorful and affordable rooms are the main attractions, guests also get VIP access to the SBE Collection in Los Angeles since both the hotel and SBE are owned by Sam Nazarian.

SBE spots include José Andrés' Bazaar restaurant at the SLS Hotel, Michael Mina's XIV restaurant, the Hyde and Colony nightclubs, the Katsuya sushi spots (where you are practically guaranteed a celeb sighting with your spicy tuna roll) and even the casual beachside restaurant, Gladstone's, out in Malibu.

Of course, if you're not keen on walking very far in your sky-high Louboutins, you can always dine downstairs at Cleo instead. The Mediterranean restaurant from Executive Chef Daniel Elmaleh serves lunch, dinner and late-night fare from noon to midnight daily. It was also listed as "Buzzworthy" in the recent issue of Us magazine, if that sort of stuff matters to you. You can even get 24-hour room service if you want the party to stay in your room.

To us, the SBE access seems like a brilliant service--guests can stay at a hotel with plenty of nightlife options, and get priority treatment too, without having to deal with all the nightclub noise. And you know how much we hate that.

Have you stayed at The Redbury recently? Let us know how it went!

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