The Redbury New York
What We Love
- It offers lots of thoughtful services: someone will walk your dog and sign for your package
- Ordering room service pizza from Marta, the top-notch restaurant from Danny Meyer
- It does well on the accessibility front, including wheelchair access to the entire hotel
What To Know
- There’s no gym, but passes to New York Sports Club gyms are provided
- Rooms are on the small side, though that’s par for the course in NYC
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
The Redbury’s undergone major renovations in the past couple of years and is now fresh as a daisy, drawing families, couples, and independent travelers to its super-convenient NoMad location. The rooms are compact but up-to-date, with an energizing palette of black, white, and red, and the lobby has a mid-century vibe with plenty of seating. Stop in for a spritz at the Rome-inspired Vini e Fritti bar, which does Italian aperitivos and small plates; the hotel’s café, Marchio, also takes its cue from Italy with long countertops for throwing back your morning espresso before dashing out the door. Marta, a pizzeria from Danny Meyer’s hospitality group, is open all day and turns out charred, thin-crust pizzas from its wood-burning oven, along with beer-brined chicken and inventive antipasti.
In the Area
One of the biggest perks of staying in NoMad: you’re within close proximity to major NYC sights along with green space in Madison Square Park, just three blocks away. You can walk to the Empire State Building in under 10 minutes and the United Nations building in less than 30. The ultra-chic concept store Dover Street Market, just two blocks away, draws fashionistas to its provocative exhibits, collection of high-end designer clothing, and see-and-be-seen café. There’s the usual selection of chain restaurants nearby, but plenty of gems, too. Her Name is Han, a hip Korean restaurant with home cooking (and a generous banchan offering), is a five-minute walk away, as is L&W Oyster Co., a buzzy oyster bar with a great fixed-price lunch and more unexpected menu items like like garlic-cheese stuffed fried olives. The nearest subway stop is two blocks away for exploring further afield.
How to Get There
Nice hotel, free coffee in the caffe downstairs. It is a historic property that has been updated, rooms are on the small side but probably equivalent to other older hotels in NYC. Close to lots of bars and restaurants and sights.
The Redbury is one of those hotels where those who know go. Located in NoMad, it's central to everything one needs in NYC: great restaurants, shopping, transportation and great exercise studios (e.g. Soul Cycle!). We've stayed twice as a family; having a larger room with a separate room with a pull-out couch was perfect. In fact, for my daughter's 18th birthday, we walked into the room filled with balloons and cupcakes! The selection of restaurants was also great - no matter what your appetite. But what really separates this hotel is their service; they truly care about their guests. For example, the last time we were there, our flight home was in jeopardy of being cancelled because of bad weather. The concierge, Alexandra, was amazing: she was extremely helpful in locating alternate flights and checking on the status of our existing one. She was calm and professional in the eye of the storm - literally! Also, as returning guests, the staff made sure to acknowledge that fact. When you stay at a hotel, you always look for those extra special touches - and The Redbury definitely delivered on that.
I had the most amazing time staying at The Redbury. When I was faced with a bit of a dilemma upon checking in, Shelley took matters into her own hands and provided me with a beautiful suite to accommodate my stay. She was very caring and you can tell she enjoyed what her occupation is. Excellent customer service and I am definitely considering coming her for my bday.
Thank you shelly !!!!❤️❤️❤️❤️
It is a nice Hotel, clean, tidy and with good location. The room was fine, and everyone was pleasant. The restaurant is probably good since it was always full, but I did not try.
Near by there are good restaurants
The hotel is well located in Manhattan, but the rooms are very small and the beds quite worn. There is no space to store luggage, no kettle is provided. The on site restaurant and cafe are very noisy. The ‘free’ coffee requires that you ask in the cafe and queue with general customers. Would not recommend.