Pasadena's grand and storied hotel

The Langham Huntington, Pasadena has been a fixture of the city ever since it was built in 1906. After it failed to take flight as the Hotel Wentworth in 1907, it was resurrected in 1911 as the Huntington Hotel when railroad tycoon and art collector Henry Huntington purchased it and employed prominent Los Angeles architect Myron Hunt to redesign the main building and grounds.

Situated on 23 acres, the expansive hotel is made up of 380 guest rooms (30 of which are on the club level and feature upgraded amenities, access to a private lounge with daily food and beverage offerings, and personalized concierge services), 38 suites, eight private cottages and a two-bedroom, two-story Tournament of Roses suite. It also offers three grand historic ballrooms and two gardens.

While you're visiting the luxury Four-Star hotel, enjoy a game of tennis on one of three lighted courts, daily fitness classes, treatments in the new Chuan Spa or an afternoon lounging poolside and grabbing cocktails from the pool bar during the summer. Dine on upscale California cuisine at The Terrace restaurant anytime of day, or enjoy a perfectly cooked steak at The Royce Wood-Fired Steakhouse for dinner. Hit The Tap Room for craft beer and cocktails along with upscale bar bites. You can't miss the daily tiffin afternoon tea — a Langham signature — in the Lobby Lounge or the free-flowing chocolate fountains at the Sunday chocolate afternoon tea.

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