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Elegant, European-style Westgate Hotel is bullseye central in Downtown San Diego, two blocks from the Gaslamp Quarter and a few more to the Harbor.
Baccarat crystal chandeliers, Persian carpets, and French tapestries are just backdrops to the gracious service.
A modern high-rise near Horton Plaza hides San Diego's most opulent old-world-style hotel. Full review →
Designed to evoke Europe’s stately palaces, The Westgate Hotel offers elegant accommodations neatly tucked within downtown San Diego’s historic Gaslamp Quarter Full review →
It may look like a 1970s office building from the outside, but the interior of the Westgate Hotel is positively Palace of Versailles. Full review →
The Westgate is an anachronism amid the modern boutique hotels that populate the current San Diego scene. Full review →
A perfect picture of refinement... the Westgate welcomes guests into a lobby with Baccarat crystal chandeliers, antique furnishings, bronze sculptures, and a Steinway grand. Full review →
The 223-room Westgate Hotel offers plenty old-world European luxury. Full review →
Centrally sited hotel near Horton Plaza with a stylish lobby (almost to the point of kitsch), elegant rooms furnished with balconies and antiques, and CD and DVD players.
Adjoining Westgate Plaza shopping, opposite the civic center, this fantasy of frilly French design is an orgy of excess that has its roots in Salt Lake City Full review →
223-room hotel filled with gilded antiques, chandeliers, and 18th-century tapestries. Full review →