See why so many travelers make Embassy Suites by Hilton Arcadia Pasadena Area their hotel of choice when visiting Arcadia. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Close to some of Arcadia's most popular landmarks, such as Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden (1.5 mi) and Queen Anne Cottage and Coach Barn (1.5 mi), Embassy Suites by Hilton Arcadia Pasadena Area is a great destination for tourists.
Rooms at Embassy Suites by Hilton Arcadia Pasadena Area provide a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a desk, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Arcadia Embassy Suites guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. You can also enjoy a pool and free breakfast. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Arcadia Embassy Suites.
While in Arcadia be sure to experience local crab favorites at Sesame Grill, The Derby, or Capital Seafood Restaurant.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular art museums such as The Gilb Museum of Arcadia Heritage.
At Embassy Suites by Hilton Arcadia Pasadena Area, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Arcadia.
Stayed during Covid-19 - so no breakfast although they did provide take away box with yogurt, granola bar, etc. Very helpful staff, hand sanitizer stations located throughout, staff all wore masks and provided masks to guests if needed for when in public areas. Clean rooms.
I traveled to the Los Angeles area in attempt to see my aunt who is dying during the pandemic. Everyone who works at this hotel is extremely professional - especially Brianna. It was frustrating because I picked this hotel because they had free breakfast, a cocktail hour, and a pool with a hot tub. None of these things were available during the pandemic. They gave grab-and-go breakfasts, and the juice they provided was always sour. I stayed 3 nights. I asked the cleaning crew not to clean my room the first night, and they took that as not to clean at all while I was there. These are the only reasons I can give for not giving a perfect score. When I checked in it was clean, the property itself was really nice, and the view of the area was beautiful.
We are a family of four with two young children (ages 7 and 6) and stayed here for six nights in February. This is the fourth consecutive year we have visited Los Angeles in the winter. We usually stay somewhere more central but decided to stay at this Embassy Suites because 1) we wanted to stay in the San Gabriel Valley this year to have easier access to all the great Asian cuisine in the area, and 2) we were looking for a suite rather than a room. A list of our pros and cons: Pros: - you don't see many of these atrium-style hotels anymore. Seem to remember many of these during the 80s but they seem to be disappearing. We really enjoyed the open air feeling of the atrium. - We though the nightly rate was reasonable for a suite. - I know some have complained about the comfort of the sofabed but we thought the sofabed at this hotel was more comfortable than most. Pro-tip: let your child sleep on the sofabed as the effects of protruding springs are exacerbated only with heavier individuals. - The room is equipped with two TVs, a microwave, a mini-fridge, a kitchen sink, and a safe. All of those things came in handy during our stay and were in good working order. - Pretty good options at the complimentary breakfast, although to get bacon, one has to line up at the omelette station. Pro-tip: the omelette and bacon station closes promptly at 9 AM on weekdays and 10:30 AM on weekends/holidays. If you're getting to breakfast just before it closes, go to the omelette station first. - Free ample parking - Lots of great Chinese food/treats in the area, including Din Tai Fong, The Barn, and Kee Wah Bakery in Arcadia; Yi Mei, Luscious Dumplings, T-Pumps and Cup of Cha Tea House in Monrovia. We also had a wonderful dinner at Lunasia Dim Sum House in Pasadena. - The Santa Anita Westfield Mall is 5 minutes to the west, and there is a Walmart and Target about 10 minutes to the east - Easy access to Interstate 210 to get to downtown Los Angeles, Hollywood, Glendale, etc. - If you are looking to get around on public transit, the Arcadia Station, which is served by the Metro Gold Line, is located about 5 to 10 minute walk to the northwest Cons: - Housecleaning was not great. They never gave us sufficient amount of towels. Not sure if they thought there were only three people in the room but when we returned to our room each evening, we would find we didn't have enough towels for everyone. And when we called down to the front desk, they would say they would send someone with more towels but that someone would never appear. We had to physically go down to the front desk as it was the only way to make sure we got the towels we needed. - One of the ladies who served us bacon and omelettes at the omelette/bacon station was constantly grumpy. Each morning, I felt I was putting her out and I don't think I should have to feel that way. - The four-piece bathroom (sink, toilet, tub/shower) is really small and cramped. Not ideal for families in which parents are still assisting their young children to take a bath. Neutral: - The hotel also offers a evening reception. We stopped in once but found very little in terms of snacks although the drinks were free. Since we are not drinkers ourselves, we left and did not partake. But many other guests seem to be enjoying themselves. Overall, we would stay here again if visiting the San Gabriel Valley area.…
We had stayed at the Embassy Suites two years previous and the hotel was in the midst of renovations. This time, we were able to enjoy the new Breakfast Rm. What a difference! It was a great space, well designed and easy for flow. The omlets were wonderful, everything else pretty standard. The Happy Hour was crazy as drinks were free with limit of four per guest. Snacks were a little thin, but it was only supposed to be a snack. Weekend was busy with families so you need to plan your breakfast time. The rooms were comfortable, heating not always consistent and one of our rooms had a musty smell to it. Only complaint was that the clean service was not good. Several times, they were so late, we had to skip it as one of our parties was having a nap. This was after I had specifically told the front desk that they had an hour while we were out for lunch. It was not done upon our return. Once, it appeared to be only half finished before they left. Otherwise, we love the layout of this hotel, being able to look down into the courtyard. Staff were friendly and helpful when asked. Check-in and out was easy. This is our third stay and we will be back. Location is good for us as we are travelling to Pasadena, Glendale and Alhambra.…
No assistance from staff, just excuses as to why no heat in the rooms. Thermostat did nothing. Other things in the room did not work either. Room was clean so at least the maid service was doing their job. There for a wedding and other couples said the same thing. No heat in the rooms. One couple managed to get a space heater from the front desk. I guess they were the first to complain as others such as myself were never offered any heater. Sad state of affairs for a Hilton to hand out space heaters so the guests can keep warm. Going forward I will ask if they have HVAC working when I book a room at any Hilton property, since they do not seem to thing that is important.