About The Langham Huntington
A critic for The New York Times once called The Langham Huntington “a vast time machine hidden in the verdant foliage of old Pasadena.” And as you walk through the gilded corridors and mirrored bars and manicured grounds, it’s hard to argue that you are anywhere but the Jazz Age at its decadent height. At any moment, you expect to see F. Scott Fitzgerald round the corner with a bottle of champagne, or come upon Dorothy Parker cracking wise in the lobby, her laughter tickling the crystal chandeliers floating overhead. It’s easy to starting dreaming upon entering the grounds of this most deluxe of deluxe hotels. The only difficulty is finding a reason why the beautiful fantasy should ever end.