The Redbury South Beach
What We Love
- Guests have priority access to amenities at neighboring SBE hotels the Raleigh and SLS South Beach
- The luxe bathrooms, which feature soaking tubs and rainfall showers
- Creative director Matthew Rolston's fun, whimsical room design, which features details like vintage record players (complete with a special vinyl collection curated by Capitol Records), miniature libraries and vibrant textiles
- Tasty meals from award-winning chef Danny Elmaleh (think mezze plates and grilled octopus salad paired with a hand-crafted fig-almond margarita)
What To Know
- There's a $20 per day resort fee, which covers WiFi and sister hotel access
- Pets are allowed, with restrictions
- The 12,000-square-foot rooftop pool is a sleek oasis with awesome skyline views
- Self-parking is significantly cheaper than valet parking
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
Following in the glamorous footsteps of its namesake Hollywood sister property, this 69-room South Beach charmer takes a whimsical bohemian approach on a strip known for slick, ultramodern hotels. The stylish yet cheery retro-inspired guestroom design comes courtesy of creative director Matthew Rolston, whose background as a fashion photographer and music video director shines through in details like vintage record players (complete with a special vinyl collection curated by Capitol Records), miniature libraries and vibrant textiles. At the Cleo restaurant, award-winning chef Danny Elmaleh brings a Mediterranean spin to the Miami dining scene: You can pair a hand-crafted fig-almond margarita with a mezze plate or grilled octopus salad. The dining room also delivers delicious bites from the wood-fire oven, expertly charring everything from shishito peppers to brussels sprout hearts. The rooftop pool, meanwhile, offers a quintessential Miami scene while maintaining the vibe that you’re in your own private oasis. Guests eager to step out and see other South Beach hot spots can pull up a lounge chair at the Raleigh or work out or take a yoga class in the SLS Hotel’s fitness center, then check out the marquee names on the dining front, like José Andres’s Bazaar at the SLS, and The Restaurant at The Raleigh.
In the Area
With its prime location between South Beach and Bal Harbour, Mid-Beach is really coming into its own. Soak up the of-the-moment Miami scene over brunch at Cecconi’s, the restaurant at Soho Beach House, where you can mingle with the members-only crowd while digging into dishes like crepes with banana and dulce de leche or frittata with asparagus, goat cheese and herbs. If you’re in a spicier mood, head to the Freehand Hostel’s 27 restaurant, which serves brunch with a Middle Eastern spin; try Elad’s shakshuka or the Yemenite-inspired malawach, a dish consisting of grated tomatoes, feta, hardboiled egg and harif sauce. Later, dance off all the brunch calories at white-hot club Basement from nightlife impresario Ian Schrager, located in the Miami Beach Edition.
How to Get There
I booked this hotel at the last minute, due to unforeseen travel arrangements. The young lady who checked me in seemed to be incompetent when told that I had an online reservation & couldn't seem to figure out what I was speaking of. The king size room was nice & spacious, a lot better compared to the size of the double room that another guest in our party had. The guy who checked me out was very pleasant. If choose to stay here, please check out the rooftop pool at night...it's a must!
Upon arrival we felt very excited about the hotel décor. It was beautiful, sexy and warm. The staff member at the desk at check-in was excellent. She explained all of the details of the property and offered water at the desk.
Friendly staff, they were quite helpful and kind. The room decoration is modern. It is nice and clean room with all facilities.
The location is great, few mins walking from the beach. Many restaurants around.