The Langham Huntington in Pasadena has been named to Condé Nast Traveler’s “Best Hotels in the World: 2020 Readers’ Choice Awards” list, the hotel chain has announced.
The hotel was named 46th best hotel in the world, and third best in the Los Angeles area, according to The Langham Hotels & Resorts and Condé Nast.
“The honor of being recognized by the readers of Condé Nast Traveler is one that never stops being exciting,” Langham Hospitality Group CEO Stefan Leser said in a written statement. “But in this year in which travel has been curtailed for many of us, the honor is even greater.”
Other Langham hotels receiving honors from the travel magazine this year include ones in Hong Kong, Boston, Sydney, Melbourne, London, New York City, Shanghai, and Chicago, according to the company.
“This list serves as a reminder of the power of travel to bring us all together and give us something worthwhile to celebrate,” Leser said. “We are so proud of all nine of our hotels that made the list, specifically our hotels in Hong Kong and Shanghai who have made their first appearance on the list this year.”
The list was the result of nearly a half-million reader responses, Langham officials said.
“It is an honor to be recognized by the savvy and knowledgeable readers of Condé Nast Traveler,” said Langham Huntington Managing Director Paul Leclerc. “We are proud to be among the hotels that they consider the best of the best in our city and in the world.”
The Langham Hotels & Resorts operates 17 hotels on four continents.