The Redbury’s unique history and central location, along with its luxury amenities and customizable services, maintain its title as one of the most sought-after NYC hotels.
Formerly known as The Martha Washington, The Redbury prides itself on its historic yet modern charm.
Drawing from the history of Tin Pan Alley as well as a distinctly Rock ‘n’ Roll aesthetic, the hotel blends mid-century modern design within a historic building. The Redbury structure once housed the legendary Martha Washington Hotel, a women-only hotel that became the headquarters of the women’s suffragette movement in the United States.
The Redbury features Danny Meyer’s Marta, a lively restaurant from Chef Lena Ciardullo, inspired by the rustic cooking of Rome and the season’s freshest local produce. Marta is known for family-style roasts, grilled seafood, and vegetables cooked over open fire, alongside thin, crackly-crusted pizzas.
Meyer’s Roman-style aperitivi bar, Vini e Fritti is also located at the hotel. The bar offers a sprawling list of value-driven Champagnes rounded out by a focused selection of Italian reds and whites, craft beers, refreshing spritzes, and more. Executive Chef Lena Ciardullo’s menu includes small plates like fritto misto and homemade stracciatella.
29 East 29th Street
New York 10016
John Sinclair, General Manager of The Redbury New York, shares the hotel’s “casual creative” philosophy to hospitality and why he loves being in NoMad.