Hotels >Westgate Hotel
“they also do dinner and dancing, (romantic dancing).”
“great jazz and drinks in a very intimate setting.”
“All buffet style tables just filled with food in a very nice layout and just breath taking you have to see it for yourself.”
“The brunch here is awesome, but at $52 a plate, it's also quite expensive.”
A treasure trove of French antiques and over-the-top glitz in downtown San Diego..
A wheeler-dealer whose fortune crumbled in one of San Diego's more celebrated financial scandals built this old-school downtown property. Fortunately, the hotel survived the calamity and maintained its position as one of the city's premier luxury hotels.
One would never guess from the bland, high-rise, 1970s exterior what kind of opulence reigns within. The hotel is, in a sense, a museum of exquisite French antiques. Everything that glitters is gold, or at least gilded, and a fair amount of it once belonged to a Louis. Service in all areas sparkles, although the formality may be a bit much for those who favor wearing blue jeans to dinner. Accommodations are not overly large, but they're well furnished and feature complimentary high-speed Internet access. The Fontainebleau Room, which is a recreation of a room in the palace of Versailles, is truly awe-inspiring.
big spacious rooms, get high floor for good view.
beautiful, luxurious hotel directly in downtown SD. good and friendly staff, great service.
very comfortable with the valet.
Great Food & Service.
Friday night Seafoof Soiree is just to die for.
Fish, shrimp, prime rib, lamb, crab, lobster and the list goes on.
Very pleasent and very romantic atmosphere. Service was excellent and what you would expect in fine dinng resturant.
Best deal for your dollar's worth $49.00 per person but well worth the price.
All buffet style tables just filled with food in a very nice layout and just breath taking you have to see it for yourself.
Oh don't forget desert the banana and fruit filled crepes are out of this world
one of the least know but absolutely one of the best places to eat in san diego.. great for food, service, quality, imagination, presentation. they also do dinner and dancing, (romantic dancing). if you would like to try this place but don't want to spend allot, go to the sunday brunch. you will not be disappointed. if you go pass by the rose bar inside. great jazz and drinks in a very intimate setting.
Nouveau French cuisine in a luxurious setting with live music..
For an evening of romance or a special occasion it's hard to beat the opulent atmosphere of this award-winning French restaurant. Live piano and harp music, sparkling chandeliers and charmingly attentive waiters add to the sophisticated ambience. Located on the second floor of the Westgate Hotel, this intimate haven gives San Diegans a taste of what it must be like to dine in Paris. Specialties include chateaubriand for two and milk-fed veal chops.
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