The Westgate Hotel in downtown San Diego is celebrating its 45th anniversary by offering room rates at $45 for a second night stay.
The deal is for a deluxe room that normally costs $299. The hotel is offering the discounted rate for those who have already paid the full price for one night and then stay an additional night.
Patrons can take advantage of the deal through Dec. 30.
When the Westgate opened on Aug. 29, 1970, it was the most expensive hotel built in the United States, costing $14.5 million. At the time, room rates started at $26 and $65 for a suite.
Many notable people have stayed at the Westgate. They include President Gerald Ford, New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, Bette Davis, Sean Connery, Meryl Streep, Mel Gibson, Brooke Shields and Kate Hudson.
You can reserve a room by visiting the hotel’s website or calling 800-522-1654.