When it comes to grand and iconic Californian hotels, The Langham Huntington in Pasadena is firmly up there with best the state has to offer.

The Langham Huntington is grand, historic, luxurious and spacious, occupying one of the city’s largest parcels of land in the heart of upmarket and popular Pasadena, just a short drive from the heart of downtown.

The property features stunning gardens, spacious guestrooms, brilliant bars and restaurants, a luxurious Chuan spa, a pool, tennis courts and fantastic conferencing facilities, making it an ideal property for both business and leisure guests.

To find out what makes the property to unique, Wayfarer Host and Editor-In-Chief, James Wilkinson, spoke exclusively on camera to The Langham Huntington’s Managing Director, Paul Leclerc, at the property recently and to view the video, click on the YouTube image above.

Getting to Los Angeles

Air New Zealand offers daily flights to Los Angeles from Auckland, with connections available from across Australia, the South Pacific and Asia.

Flights are operated by Air New Zealand’s Boing 777-300ER and the flagship Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, which features three cabins, Economy, Premium Economy and up the front, Business Premier, headlined by flatbed seats (featuring mattress toppers and large pillows for overnight flights), fantastic food and wine, thousands of hours’ entertainment and brilliant Kiwi hospitality.

The flights to Los Angeles feature a new international menu showcasing the best New Zealand to one of the world’s leading gourmand nations, the United States of America.

Onboard, premium customers can enjoy the likes of seared salmon from Marlborough, free-range chicken from Waikato and crisp salads picked straight from orchards and fields in Gisborne, Waikato and the Manawatū.

On the wine front in Business Premier, expect some of New Zealand’s best drops, including Felton Road’s 2016 Block 3 Pinot Noir from Central Otago, the Stonecraft 2018 Crofters Syrah from Hawke’s Bay and the Kumeu River Mate’s Vineyeard Chardonnay.

James Wilkinson

Editor-In-Chief, Hotel Management