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• Discover the beauty of this Renaissance Revival-style structure that was once a women's-only hotel and has now drawn inspiration from the music roots of nearby Tin Pan Alley to infuse the entire location. The brick and limestone building features Palladian windows, balconettes with iron railings, and many more distinct features.

• Admire the hotel's rich history. Built from 1901 to 1903 from a design by Robert W. Gibson, the hotel operated first as the Women's Hotel, then the Martha Washington, before taking on a number of other monikers in the 21st century. The hotel, once home to actress Louise Brooks and poet Sara Teasdale, was designated a historical landmark in 2012 by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission.

• Marvel the color and detail brought to the Redbury by visual artist and creative director Matthew Rolston, whose photos have been showcased on the cover of Rolling Stone. Rolston's design incorporates aspects drawn from the pop/rock narrative into the Redbury's inviting interiors and guest rooms.
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