Redbury South Beach opening timed for Art Basel

 
 
Rooms at The Redbury South Beach, like the Collins King shown here, have custom furniture, vintage-style record players and archival images of Miami Beach.
Rooms at The Redbury South Beach, like the Collins King shown here, have custom furniture, vintage-style record players and archival images of Miami Beach.
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The newest hotel addition to Collins Avenue will open its doors in less than a month.

The Redbury South Beach, at 1776 Collins Ave., will debut on Dec. 1 – days before Art Basel Miami Beach starts.

The company behind the hotel, sbe, revealed the opening date and new details about the property on Thursday; earlier this year, the opening was slated for “early fall.” Design of the 69-room hotel, curated by photographer and director Matthew Rolston, is inspired by the mid-century Rat Pack days of Miami Beach history.

Rooms will boast customized furniture, record players, a vinyl album collection and art featuring historic images of Miami Beach and posters from the Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater.

Also included at the hotel will be Lorenzo, an Italian restaurant from James Beard Award winner Tony Mantuano, and a 12,000-square-foot rooftop pool and event space. Guests will also be able to use amenities at SLS Hotel South Beach and The Raleigh, both also under the sbe umbrella.

The hotel is owned by Larry Levy, founder and chairman of Levy Restaurants and developer Bob Heyat; sbe, which opened the Redbury @ Hollywood and Vine in 2010, is managing the new hotel.

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