While the W is more futuristic with lots of translucent decor and glass, the Redbury is colorfully retro as music video and photographer-turned-designer Matthew Rolston sought to recreate the heydey of the music industry--the 60s and the 70s.
The Redbury, being smaller in overall size than the W, also gives guests a more intimate experience. When you arrive, there's no check-in desk to wait at. An attendant will be awaiting your arrival and will check you-in as you're being shown to your room upstairs.
While you could feasibly camp out in your room for two weeks without ever leaving, you probably should take advantage of two things--the guests-only Library bar and courtyard on the second floor and the Cleo restaurant downstairs which is already a Hollywood hotspot.
And of course since this is a Sam Nazarian property, you as his hotel guest will have access to all the SBE nightlife spots from Katsuya sushi across the street to Hyde nightclub and even Gladstone's restaurant out in Malibu. We'll have more on the perks of staying at The Redbury tomorrow but for now, feast your eyes on these photos.
Stay tuned tomorrow as we have the hotel's general manager give us a personal tour!