Hotels >The Langham Huntington, Pasadena, Los Angeles Pasadena Hotels
great stay, friendly staff
My favorite hotel, although maybe not the best.
This hotel is in the middle of suburban los angeles, namely Pasadena in San Gabriel Valley. It's driving distance from shops and Tiffany's for instance, along with Barnes and Noble.
It's set back into rolling hills and lots of greenery. They feature a tennis court and an expansive dining area.
Top floors are secured by an elevator key which will keep you replete with snack food your entire stay which might make you feel bloated.
The hotel is an excellent place to stay on a business trip, although maybe it is prohibitively expensive for that purpose.
It's a nice walk from any two points in the hotel, and it's easy to get turned-around on the property or otherwise lost on the grounds.
to some it might be stuffy, but I put-up with a somewhat stuffy atmosphere because it was a huge place that is virtually unnoticeable given it's secluded location.
like the city of Pasadena, it's a far cry from a beachfront resort, but I would gladly recommend it for a night or two primarily because it's old fashioned.
at $900/night, however, I can't warrant staying there longer than that.
The room, for one, that I stayed in with my fiance was too snug.
Hotel Staff were Outstanding!. The Check In experience and front desk staff were very warm and accomadating. However, before heading to our room I was informed that the main dining restaurant and one of the hotel bar's were closed for renovation, but there were a few other options to choose from. We were taken to our room which was two buildings away from the main hotel facility and the main hotel pool. The hotel was described as being "old world charm" but it just looked like the hotel needed a complete update and renovation. Our room was very large but smelled musty/smoke like upon our arrival. I called the front desk and spoke to Paula ( who should get employee of the month for her services) Paula offered for us to view other room options and then pick a more suitable room. We moved to a poolside room with a large veranda but had no wireless internet due to a recent server crash at the hotel. The grounds of the hotel are stunning but the main hotel pool was quite small and seemed to be always crowded with kids and families. We also used Spa Services which were outstanding! Great Customer Service, Great Room Service Dining, but would suggest that the facility needs to be renovated.
Citysearch Editorial Review. This gorgeous manse is truly a royal experience. Regal flourishes range from European oil paintings to plush armchairs, immersing guests in turn-of-the-century elegance. Historically grounded on 23 rambling acres, this getaway wrapped in marble and light caters to just about every whim. The property includes three ballrooms (two are historic), a pool, L.A. County's only hotel-run restaurant with a Michelin star and 380 guest rooms, including eight cottages. Rooms feature period furnishings, ornate drapes and luxe toiletries while the property's redwood bridge is a must-see with its hand-painted murals of California life circa 1932.
Luxury Hotel in Pasadena. The Langham offers something for everyone...first off the service is top-of-the-line. You can ask the friendly staff for almost anything, and they will try their very best to make it happen (always with a smile). Whether you are simply visiting their spa for the day, taking a dip in the pool, or dining at their world class dining room - you will not be disappointed. The prices can be steep, but well worth it.
Excellent Hotel for Family.
I stayed at your hotel on a family trip to LA to
take my children to a concert at Universal.
The hotel was much nicer than expected since
we had booked it on Expedia. The staff
was very accomodating and everything about
our stay was great!
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