Whether you are a movie buff or a techie, California is the place to be. Home to the world-famous Hollywood and Silicon Valley, California has something to offer to everyone.
Here are some of the Best Boutique Hotels in California.
Langham Huntington, Pasadena, Los Angeles
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Situated in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains in the upscale Pasadena neighborhood is the beautiful Langham Huntington hotel. The hotel has 380 rooms, 38 suites, eight private cottages and one two-bedroom, two-story penthouse available for guests. Each room is decked out in Southern California style and has either a view of the picturesque San Gabriel Mountains or the hotel gardens. Each room has high-speed Internet connectivity, a flat-screen television, a signature bed, and an honor bar. The hotel has two restaurants, The Royce and The Terrace, where guests can dine. The Tap Room is the in-house bar and was established in the 1930s. The hotel has three floodlit tennis courts, a spa, a fitness center, and a swimming pool for guests to use. There are 21 meetings rooms and a 50,000-square-foot ballroom that can be used to host any event. Overall, this hotel is a great place to spend some quality time in a lavish setting.
Desert Breezes Resort, California
Tucked into the foothills of the San Jacinto mountain range is the beautiful Desert Breezes Resort, which boasts Mexican-style villa accommodations. The resort has three different types of rooms — studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom — and there are 76 rooms offered for guests. Each room has separate living and dining areas, a kitchen, and an attached balcony. The rooms have all the modern amenities like Internet, LCD-TV with premium channels, microwave, refrigerator, and a stovetop. The resort also has three large swimming pools, 11 spas, tennis courts, an exercise room, a business center, conference rooms, and many gas barbecues around the grounds. In all, this is a perfect place to take some time off and relax.
Paso Robles Inn
Paso Robles Inn is situated in the heart of California’s wine country, which is home to over 200 wineries. The hotel offers four different kinds of rooms: the Traditional Guest Room, the Garden Fireplace Room, the Grand Ballroom Room, and the Winery Themed Deluxe Mineral Spa Room. The rooms have all the basic amenities like a coffee maker, Wi-Fi, microwave, mini-fridge, and flat-screen television. The Deluxe Mineral Spa Room offers a private hot-springs mineral spa tub located either on the balcony or patio. Paso Robles Inn Steakhouse is the in-house restaurant and also offers a Sunday brunch. Paso Robles Inn is an ideal place to stay if you are interested in winery tours.
Pleasant Hill Inn
Located in Pleasant Hill, California, just off Interstate 680 is the Pleasant Hill Inn, which is perfect for business travelers and leisure travelers alike. The hotel offers Queen, King, Two Queens, and Executive King rooms for its guests. All the rooms have high-speed cable Internet connection, coffee maker, refrigerator, and cable television with premium channels. Rooms also come with a complimentary breakfast. The hotel also boasts a heated indoor swimming pool and offers free parking to guests.
Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa
As the name suggests, this resort houses a large casino for guests. The hotel has 340 rooms on offer, and choices include Deluxe Rooms, Executive Suites, and Presidential Suites. Each room is equipped with a 42-inch HDTV, high-speed Wi-Fi, a desk, iron and ironing board, and in-room safe. The Executive Suite has all the amenities of the Deluxe Room along with a wet bar in the parlor area. The hotel has two swimming pools and a spa for guests to use. There are five in-house restaurants in the hotel that serve any gastronomic need. Overall, this is a great place to spend some quality time.
California is blessed with loads of sunshine year round and makes a perfect destination for a quick getaway any time of the year.
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