Redbury Hotel makes “It List”

Suite at the Redbury South Beach, which just made the Travel + Leisure 2014 It List.
Suite at the Redbury South Beach, which just made the Travel + Leisure 2014 It List.
CW Griffin / miami herald staff

The just-opened Redbury South Beach is getting raves from Travel + Leisure, which named the 69-room boutique hotel to its 2014 “It List.”

Calling the property at 1776 Collins Ave. a “scene maker,” the magazine says the Redbury “lures the gliteratti thanks to its sexy, Rat Pack–does–SoBe vibe.”

The hotel, operated by Los Angeles-based sbe, opened in December. It boasts a rooftop pool and deck, record players and vinyl in every room and posters from concerts at the Fillmore Miami Beach.

Only one other Florida hotel made the list, which highlights the best new hotels around the world: Ritz-Carlton, Naples.

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