The Redbury New York

NoMad, New York


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New York City

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A stylish hotel in a historic Manhattan building conveniently located near a slew of iconic landmarks

When Manhattan’s 29 East 29th Street first opened its doors as Martha Washington Hotel, it was to a very specific set of sophisticated women in early-20th-century society. Today, all are welcome here at this Renaissance Revival building, in a group, in a couple or alone, but it still has an air of elegance and exclusivity. The Manhattan outpost of a hotel chain whose L.A. location was Travel + Leisure’s number-one L.A. hotel in 2016, The Redbury New York is big on the vintage style and boutique vibes, and it's no wonder why – it's headed up by the same prestigious lifestyle hospitality company behind SLS Hotels, Miami’s The Raleigh and celeb-favored restaurants and lounges throughout the states, including Katsuya, The Bazaar by José Andrés, Hyde Lounge and Cleo.

Chief among the high-end offerings here may be Marta. Not content to be your run-of-the-mill hotel eatery, this full-service restaurant received its concept and menu from Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group. There’s also Bar Marta, the sleek lobby lounge where bartenders mix craft cocktails and pour craft beer, as well as offering Marta’s menu. Your accommodation gets its own glamorous touch, spruced up with playful Victorian art, but you might not want to spend too much time here. One thing that hasn’t changed at all since the early 1900s is that the streets outside – formerly the capital of the New York music-publishing industry known as Tin Pan Alley – are abuzz with activity, and within a half-hour walk of both Times Square and Central Park.

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Please note that a facility fee of $30 (plus tax) per room, per night is payable directly to the hotel. The facility fee includes Wi-Fi; coffee bar from 6:30am to 9:30am; domestic phone calls; access to a local fitness center for two people; and access to the New York Times and the Financial Times.


  • Dining at Marta, the hotel’s Roman pizzeria, by Danny Meyer’s hospitality group
  • Being based in one of Manhattan's most buzzed-about neighbourhoods and a quick subway ride away from others
  • Staying at a sleek hotel with its own playful quirks and high-end perks
  • Having a handful of Big Apple landmarks at your fingertips, from the Empire State Building to Grand Central Terminal

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