Looking for a romantic place to spend a weekend around Pasadena?
Well day 362 of 365 Things To Do in and AROUND Pasadena™ can point you in the right direction!
We invite you to check out or rather CHECK IN at the Arroyo Vista Inn.
About Arroyo Vista Inn:
To enter the Arroyo Vista Inn is to step back in time. Built in 1910, the inn occupies a home designed by noted architect Lester Moore, and it is one of the few remaining examples of his residential design genius.
Lovingly restored by owner Pat Wright, the Arroyo Vista Inn now provides sumptuous hotel-like amenities. Each of the ten guest rooms has its own unique charm, combining antique furnishings and luxuriously appointed beds and linens. Every room has a private bath, and several rooms feature relaxing bubble-jet spa tubs. Four rooms offer balconies. Each day you’ll enjoy impeccable service, delicious gourmet breakfasts, and afternoon refreshments of wine and cheese.
Our boutique Inn is also Los Angeles-modern to the core. Offering complete Wi-Fi and computer access. The result of a two-year green restoration, we are able provides our visitors with solar power, energy saving lamps, a GreenStay option, environmentally sensitive body care products, permeable paving in our parking lot, which returns rain and runoff water to the water table, fruit trees for fresh squeezed orange juice, and herb and vegetables gardens.
The Arroyo Vista Inn, in South Pasadena, is nestled on a hill overlooking the beautiful Arroyo that links downtown Los Angeles and South Pasadena. More than just another chain of hotels in Los Angeles, our historic inn is actually a cozy yet spacious example of the classic Craftsman homes for which Pasadena is justifiably famous. –Information provided by Arroyo Vista Inn.
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Have you had an opportunity to visit the Arroyo Vista Inn? Is so we’d love to hear about your experience!
335 Monterey Road
South Pasadena, 91030
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