New South Beach hotel to open in time for Art Basel

Miami /
Nov.November 08, 2013 10:00 AM

The company bringing hotel project Redbury South Beach to Collins Avenue is on track to open in time for one of the biggest annual events in Miami Beach.

Redbury is scheduled to open on Dec. 1, just a few days before Art Basel Miami Beach commences, the Miami Herald reported. Hotel manager sbe announced the launch date for the 69-room hotel, at 1776 Collins Avenue, on Thursday. Levy Restaurants founder and chairman Larry Levy and developer Bob Heyat own the hotel.

Redbury also divulged details about the hotel design and amenities, according to the Miami Herald. Photographer Matthew Rolston oversaw the design, which harkens back to the “Rat Pack” era of the city’s history. Hotel rooms include record players, vinyl albums and iconic Miami Beach images.

Hotel amenities include Italian restaurant Lorenzo and a 12,000-square-foot rooftop pool area that can also be used to host events. [Miami Herald] – Eric Kalis


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