The Westin Pasadena – Starwood Hotels
Pasadena, CA | Hospitality
The Westin, Pasadena, originally built in 1989, is centrally located in between Pasadena’s historical Old Town, museums, an array of local restaurants and the Rose Bowl Stadium. Positioned in South California, the city is immersed in a Spanish influenced style and downtown charm. It is culturally rich with the annual Tournament of Roses Parade, Rose Bowl football games, education, and arts and entertainment. Pasadena prides itself in its tradition and culture, which renders the city to live up to the true meaning of its name—the Crown of the Valley.
The renovation of The Westin, Pasadena comes at an opportunistic time in that it coincides with the revitalization of the historical Old Town. Old Pasadena is nationally recognized for its vibrant main street renewal. It offers memorable architecture and reflects the traditions of early California, blending in a cultivated collection of shopping, delectable dining and endless entertainment. Located just minutes from the Rose Bowl stadium and Pasadena Conference Center, The Westin, Pasadena serves as a central hub for visitors ranging from business travelers to sports enthusiasts to local attractors.
The interiors will reflect the historical Spanish style in subtle, modernizing ways. The design will be timeless, with clean modified interpretations of Spanish style characteristics such as contrast of light and dark materials, touches of lively hues, and nature influences.
The guest rooms and corridors will coincide with the newly renovated public spaces by sharing similar concept ideas regarding color palettes, materiality and staying true to its modern design with historical influences.