Historic Hotels welcomes Hotel Constance

Historic Hotels welcomes Hotel Constance
Hotel Constance

Hotel Constance, an Historic Hotel of America, hosted director Woody Allen who filmed portions of “Cafe Society” at the location.

Pasadena’s Hotel Constance, with its unique blend of historic appeal and modern atmosphere, features a variety of distinctive amenities from its trendy in-room iPads to the Cal Asian cuisine of Perry’s Restaurant by Claud Beltran.

Historic Hotels of America recently recognized the unique facility as one of the finest historic destinations in the nation.

The 129-room hotel, built in 1926 by prominent Pasadena socialite Constance Perry, has been re-imagined in recent years. It reopened in 2014 after a makeover by architects with Pacific Design Group. Phase II, which will include 24 new suites, meeting space, a pool and other accommodations, is set to be unveiled in 2017.

Already Hotel Constance is a hush-hush celebrity hot spot, with NBA stars and Dr. Drew having been spotted in the lobby. Recognizing its historic appeal, Director Woody’s Allen filmed portions of “Café Society” in the lobby and just outside the appealing Mentor Street entrance.

Not surprisingly, the charming locale recently became a member of Historic Hotels of America. Historic Hotels of America is the official program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation® for recognizing and celebrating the finest Historic Hotels.

Hotel Constance is located at 928 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena. The balcony of its Constance Suite is perfectly situated for Rose Parade viewing each New Year’s Day.

Perry’s is open from 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 6:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Call (626) 898-7900 or visit hotelconstance.com for more information.

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