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Southern California history comes to life at this grand, historic hotel.
Located at the scenic base of the San Gabriel mountains, this historic 1907 property was restored to its turn-of-the-century grandeur in 1991, after languishing for several years due to earthquake damage. Personal and professional service are hallmarks here. Guest rooms are decorated in a traditional style with large mirrors, windows that open and cushy beds with fine linens. They also feature flat-screen TVs, oversize closets, marble bathrooms, three telephones with voice mail and nice work desks. The Langham Club Lounge on the eighth floor further pampers guests with such extras as a personal concierge and five complimentary food and beverage presentations daily.
For evening dining, The Royce Wood-Fired Steakhouse serves creative steakhouse fare and seafood, as well as a personalized Chef's Table seven-course tasting menu, all crafted by chef Perry Pollaci. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, The Terrace offers contemporary Mediterranean-influenced California cuisine in a relaxed, open setting. A favorite with locals, traditional afternoon tea is presented in The Lobby Lounge. With 12 treatment rooms, Chuan Spa specializes in traditional Chinese medicine. On-site are three tennis courts complete with a pro, and the outdoor swimming pool (the first Olympic-size pool in California) is augmented with a whirlpool and sun deck. More than 50,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space is available for conferences, business meetings, weddings and other social events. Notable are the 23 acres of cultivated gardens, private boardrooms and historic, gilded and oh so gorgeous grand ballrooms.
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