A French-Inspired SoCal VenueWords by Courtney Kellar
Photos courtesy of The Westgate Hotel
For couples wanting European flare without the oceanic flight, look no further than The Westgate Hotel in San Diego, California! This luxury hotel is popular for destination weddings and honeymoons and sets itself apart by its over-the-top design inspired by the Palace of Versailles in France. More specifically, the lobby is modeled after the anterooms of the historically grand palace. To get married at the former home of French royalty would cost millions, but The Westgate Hotel in San Diego is much more manageable. The property is in the process of putting together destination wedding-specific packages, but they will begin at 25K and please see below for what will be included.
· Hors D'oeuvres
· 3 course plated dinner
· Wine Service during Dinner
· Champagne Toast
· 1 hour hosted bar
· Linens, chairs, tables, etc.
· Room Rental & Room Setup for Ceremony, Cocktail Hour and Dinner spaces
· Complimentary Honeymoon Suite
· Champagne & Strawberries
For newlyweds looking to honeymoon in sunny Southern California, but with the high-end luxury of a European jaunt, you might want to consider The Westgate Hotel’s “Le Romantique” package. The package starts at $645 and includes in-room Champagne and hand-dipped strawberries upon arrival, one night in a Premier Room, a couple’s massage, overnight parking, a $150 dining credit and a welcome amenity. If you would like to upgrade to an Executive Suite, the cost is $945. For more information on saying “I do” or celebrating your recent nuptials at The Westgate Hotel, visit westgatehotel.com.
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