Hotel Constance Pasadena
A stone’s throw from central Pasadena on iconic Route 66, Hotel Constance Pasadena offers you a sophisticated base — the historic building won a Historic Preservation Award in 2015 — from which to experience this charming and historical Californian city. When you’ve done exploring, it’s the perfect spot to return to for chic and laid-back respite.
- Explore Cal-Asian cooking at the in-house restaurant, L'Orient
- Discover Pasadena in urban eccentricity on Hotel Constance Pasadena’s very own tuk-tuk
- Make the most of your complimentary access to nearby Breakthru Fitness
- Have quiet night in, curled up in comfort watching your large HDTV
- Unwind in one of 129 relaxing, tech-rich rooms
In the quieter, more romantic side of California, discover the art, music, and museums of Pasadena. Enjoy beautiful mountain views and immersive history, starting, of course, with Route 66.
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With 129 impressive guest bedrooms, including 12 suites, the Hotel Constance Pasadena's balanced style uses tranquil hues of beige and ivory. Each room is finished with a spacious work desk, mini fridge, stylish bathroom, and a digital concierge for full control of your room. After exploring the city, stretch out on your bed under Egyptian cotton sheets, with city lights softly glowing through the window.
If you want a little added luxury, stay in one of the 12 opulent suites. The Constance Suite is especially impressive, with two terraces overlooking the city skyline framed by the San Gabriel mountains.
Hotel Constance Pasadena has two restaurants. At L'Orient, the menu is a delicate fusion of Cal-Asian flavors, balancing traditional state and continental styles to serve unique dishes throughout the day, from breakfast to a nightcap. If you are after a more-relaxed vibe and a slightly lighter bite, the Blu Bar has bar snacks and craft cocktails.
L'Orient – The hotel's restaurant combines opulence with affordable menus. Framed with marble walls and matte-white ceilings, this large restaurant has golden hues, mirrored metals, and cozy crushed-velvet chairs. Asian-inspired booths have silk-like quilted banks for a truly bespoke experience. The ambiance here is exciting yet relaxed, making Constance Perry’s a top spot for business meetings, romantic dinners, and family meals. If you really enjoy the dishes, Constance Perry’s favorite recipes are available online, so you can continue your holiday feel back at home.
Blu Bar – The lounge has live music most nights, creating a tranquil place to unwind after a day of exploring or to enjoy a soulful nightcap before retiring to bed. This creative lounge has a wave of blue, featuring blue mirrors, seating, and a wonderfully curved sofa. Bar food, ranging from bao to burgers, will see you through happy hour, when you should also try one of the memorable craft cocktails.
From the Hotel Constance Pasadena, indulge in the laid-back Pasadena vibes by discovering thought-provoking art from across the globe at nearby Norton Simon Museum. Visit the United States’ largest collection of rare books at Huntington Library, then explore its botanical gardens — make sure you pop by Huntington's Desert Garden, one of the most significant collections of cacti in the world. Or just venture around Pasadena, stopping off at cafés or bars with a view of the mountains for a meal, a drink, and a spot of people watching.
Book a room for New Year's Day and you'll be treated to the world famous Rose Parade. Hotel Constance Pasadena is the only hotel directly on the parade route.
The Angeles National Forest, home to both the San Gabriel and Sierra Pelona mountains, is just 5mi / 8km away. You can bike or hike along historic trails with views across the city below. Or join a rafting adventure through the mountains’ gorges, where you might be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the native Nelson bighorn sheep.
Hotel Constance Pasadena
The Hotel Constance Pasadena is in the central business district, right in the heart of Pasadena, blocks from the city’s big attractions. It is close to an antiques mall, a theater, a coffee shop, and Vroman’s Bookstore, the oldest bookshop in Southern California — and the heart of the local community.
If you are keen to head out further, Pasadena is just 13.7mi / 22km from Downtown L.A., where you can hit the boutiques, roller blade down the boardwalk, and get Instagramming with a plethora of photo ops along the way.
Reaching the hotel is easy from LAX, the nearest airport, just 28.5 mi / 46 km away, with flights from major global destinations.