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The Redbury New York

The Redbury New York, a hotel located in Manhattan’s NoMad district, blends a playful and soulful approach that appeals to the creative side and pays tribute to the worlds of art, music, fashion and media.
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The Redbury New York, located in Manhattan’s NoMad district, features 259 recently renovated guest rooms and amenities that cater to savvy travelers and influential creators. The hotel exudes a boutique design, curated amenities and a soulful and engaging environment that is sophisticated and inviting. A member of the Preferred Hotels & Resorts Lifestyle collection, The Redbury is home to Marta, a Roman-inspired pizzeria from Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group (USHG), and Bar Marta, a cozy lobby bar. Additional Danny Meyer culinary offerings include Roman-style, Caffe Marchio, a traditional stand-up coffee bar serving a full food menu and drinks made from an exclusive single blend created by Joe Coffee, as well as Vini e Fritti, an aperitivi bar that celebrates the marriage of bubbles and salty, crispy antipasti.

The Redbury New York is an ideal option for meetings / groups, and weddings, with over 7,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event spaces. Venues include a Gallery equipped with state-of-the-art audio-visual technology, meeting rooms, private dining rooms, and an outdoor terrace. Catering and customized menu packages are provided by Marta.

The Redbury’s location has a legendary history – The building originally opened as The Women’s Hotel in 1903, the first hotel in New York to provide housing for professional women. It later went through various transformations including the iconic Martha Washington Hotel. When The Redbury New York was unveiled in 2016, the design concept was developed by world-renowned photographer and creative director Matthew Rolston. The Redbury New York is adjacent to New York’s center of pop music creation – once known as ‘Tin Pan Alley,’ and elements of this narrative are incorporated into the property’s design and guest experience.