From the four-story trompe l’oeil curtain on the tomato-red building to the movie-marquee entry to the bold (OK, garish) geometric and damask patterns on the mish-mash of quasi-Victorian, mid-century retro and modern chairs, there’s not a subtle square inch in this high-concept, exceedingly red boutique hotel at L.A.’s most famous intersection. Despite the danger of sensory overload, the studio, one- and two-bedroom “flats” are among the largest rooms to be found in L.A., and all have fully stocked kitchens and combo washer/dryers. The beds have comfy pillow-top mattresses, and each unit has a private balcony or patio. Record players and an eclectic selection of vinyl 45s are a unique perk. The only bar is at the excellent Mediterranean restaurant, Cleo, but there’s plenty of nightlife nearby; the Avalon nightclub is right next door (miraculously, the noise doesn’t seep into the hotel.)
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The Redbury at Hollywood & Vine
1717 Vine St (between Hollywood Blvd. and Yucca St.), Hollywood
Our Rating Neighborhood Hollywood Transportation Metro Red Line to Hollywood/Highland Phone 877/962-1717 or 323/962-1717 Prices 57 units $242–$809. Valet parking $39. Amenities 1 restaurant; 3 bars; free passes to nearby 24-Hour Fitness; spa and pool privileges at sister property SLS; room service; car service within 3 miles; Wi-Fi ($10 per day) Web site The Redbury at Hollywood & Vine Other Pets less than 40 lbs allowed ($120 per stay of 7 days).Book a Room Now
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