The Langham Huntington

The Huntington Hotel is a landmark for Pasadena Los Angeles, California. It has been renovated and renamed Langham Huntington, but it is still the same timeless hotel it has always been. This hotel was opened in 1907 as a place for stars and celebrities to come. It has been a hideaway of sorts, and just a limo ride from Los Angeles proper.

They have special offers throughout the year such as a Chuan Man Package, Children's Cooking Class, third night in a suite free, and dining specials. The Tap Room is a newly renovated bar and lounge that just opened in October 2010. The Royce will be reopening in November once renovations are complete.

The hotel has 380 rooms, suites, and cottages with the Huntington Spa, hair salon, and business services. There is also 50,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space for meetings. The hotel has 23 acres in San Marino County.

Each of the rooms has flat LCD screen televisions, telephones, irons, ironing boards, hair dryers, terry robes, writing desks, new linens and duvets, as well as views of the lush landscape that surrounds the Old World style hotel. Many of the furniture pieces are antique.

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