The Langham Huntington, Pasadena, an iconic landmark hotel in one of Southern California’s favorite cities, is celebrating its 100th anniversary as The Huntington Hotel, with a host of commemorative offerings. Since it coinciding with the 100th Rose Bowl Game and upcoming Valentine’s Day, there is no better way to propose your loved one exactly on this place. “Proposal of the Century” package, recently rolled out by the Langham will cost you $100,000, but that’s the small price for the once in a lifetime experience.
This special event will take place at the historic Rose Bowl Stadium, where the couple will be serenaded by the 40-piece Pasadena Symphony Orchestra. The couple may invite up to 40 friends and family to “Pop the Question” directly on the field where a personal “Marry Me” message or a photo collage of the couple will be displayed on the Rose Bowl video message board. What is the proposal of the century without ring – a contemporary, custom-designed $30,000 diamond engagement ring created by Single Stone is also included.
But, that’s not all. The couple will get two-night stay in The Langham Huntington’s 3,200-square-foot Tournament of Roses Presidential Suite complete with VIP amenities including a bottle of Louis Roederer Cristal Rose Brut Millesime Champagne, 100 long-stemmed roses from Passion Growers, chocolate-covered strawberries, a pair of monogrammed Langham bathrobes, and fresh rose petals sprinkled throughout the suite.
Also included in the package is a four-course dining experience, provided by The Royce Wood-Fired Steakhouse, presented either in-room or in the restaurant’s exclusive Red Wine Room. Upon awakening, there is also a daily breakfast for two in-room or at The Terrace. That everything is under control will take care a dedicated Langham Engagement Coordinator who will assist from the gala marriage proposal to the entire romantic getaway, from start to finish.