Located in the heart of Central Coast Wine Country, Paso Robles charms with its small-town vibe, locally-driven food scene, and burgeoning wine industry. So it’s no surprise that Paso Robles makes for a great Wine Country getaway. Whether you plan to make downtown Paso your homebase or would prefer to wake up to a vineyard view, a stay at any of these Paso Robles hotels and inns – from budget-friendly to splurge-worthy – is sure to please.
This welcoming hotel in the heart of downtown Paso Robles is conveniently located just steps from numerous shops and restaurants. But what really makes this luxurious 16-room boutique hotel stand out, besides its understated equestrian theme and intimate setting, are the unexpected details included with a stay, such as chocolates at evening turn down, weekend wine tastings, daily newspapers, and gourmet continental breakfasts each morning. There’s even a nightly s’mores service with a designated butler who will make all your ooey-gooey chocolate and marshmallow dreams come true. After indulging each night, you’ll love retreating to your plush room for a restful night of sleep on the pillow top King beds.
1021 Pine Street #2537, Paso Robles, CA 93446, (805) 226-9995
If camping out in a vintage trailer in the middle of a vineyard is how you picture your weekend in Paso Robles, then The Trailer Pond at Alta Colina Winery is for you. Stay in one of the cozy, retro trailers beside a pond (surrounded by 130 acres of vineyards, no less) for a glamping experience you’ll remember forever. Each 1950s trailer can sleep up to two or three guests, and while only some have a full size fridge and stove, all of them include gobs of throwback charm that’s hard to resist.
2825 Adelaida Road, Paso Robles, CA 93446 (805) 458-8010
At this Wine Country resort, modeled after the abbeys and monasteries of Italy and France, you’ll find all of the amenities typical of a luxury resort, such as a relaxing spa, fitness center, pool with full-service cabanas, room service, and an on-site restaurant serving seasonal Italain fare. Then there are the unexpected extras, like the massive courtyard (perfect for sipping coffee while reading a book), a sound labyrinth for finding a moment of zen, wordly art and sculptures to admire, bocce ball courts, and a wine tasting room featuring wines from The Allegretto’s own label. Everything throughout the resort seems to be tailored to making sure a visit is as relaxing and leisurely as possible.
2700 Buena Vista Drive, Paso Robles, CA 93446, (805) 369-2500
Just Like Home
Located just a few minutes from downtown Paso, the Adelaide Inn offers its guests a comfortable place to rest their heads, with the added convenience of amenities you’ll actually make use of. All of the guest rooms have been recently renovated to reveal a fresh new look, with tasteful furniture, beds with pillow top mattresses, and luxury bath products, in addition to in-room microwaves, refrigerators, and coffee makers. The Adelaide Inn also charms with little details like complimentary morning muffins and newspapers, afternoon cookies, and coffee and tea, while amenities like a pool, hot tub, picnic tables, putting green, and grills for guest use make it easy to settle in for a while.
1215 Ysabel Street, Paso Robles, CA 93446, (805) 238-2770
Situated just four miles outside of town in the middle of a vineyard is SummerWood Inn, a contemporary farmhouse-style inn at SummerWood Winery. Here, nine rooms welcome guests with pillow top beds, in-room fireplaces, and luxurious bath products, further enhanced by unobstructed vineyard views. A stay here means you’ll get to savor made-to-order, farm-fresh breakfasts each morning, as well as seasonal appetizers and wine tastings in the afternoon. Enhanced by the inn’s intimate, relaxed ambiance, a night or two at SummerWood Inn will have you embracing the Wine Country lifestyle in no time.
2175 Arbor Road, Paso Robles, CA 93446, (805) 227-1111
Though The Canyon Villa is located just two miles outside of downtown Paso Robles, it’s easy to feel a million miles away when visiting this elegant bed and breakfast. Situated amongst rolling green hills and vineyards, the Italian-style Villa features four plush rooms (each named after Tuscan villages) with luxurious linens, an in-room fireplace, and either a private balcony or patio. A stay includes a gourmet three-course breakfast each morning, which can be enjoyed in the dining room or outside on the terrace, as well as a late afternoon wine hour with hors d’oeuvres. Providing an exceptional culinary experience is part of The Canyon Villa’s mission, realized through culinary immersion classes, Sunday Suppers with local winemakers, and multi-course dinners inspired by the flavors of Tuscany and the Central Coast.
1455 Kiler Canyon Road, Paso Robles, CA 93446, (805) 238-3362
Originally established in 1889 – the same year Paso Robles was founded as a city – the new Paso Robles Inn may only include remnants of the original building after it burned down, but you can still find a nod to its heritage throughout. Located across from downtown’s city park, it’s here you’ll find the convenience of a motor lodge combined with the amenities of a hotel, including free parking, gardens, a heated outdoor pool, and an on-site steakhouse. A variety of guest room options offer something for every type of traveler, whether looking for a romance-fueled getaway in one of the deluxe rooms featuring a private outdoor spa tub or a two-room suite conducive to families traveling together. Regardless of which option you choose, every room features a Keurig coffee maker, microwave, mini-fridge, and an iron and ironing board.
1103 Spring Street, Paso Robles, CA 93446, (805) 238-2660
La Dolce Vita
With Mediterranean-inspired architecture, 60 spacious guest rooms, and amenities designed to help you unwind, La Bellasera Hotel offers an upscale escape in Paso Robles. Rooms and suites include pillow top mattresses, kitchenettes, and wet bars – some with the added bonus of an in-room fireplace or whirlpool tub. Though the hotel’s restaurant is undergoing renovations, you probably won’t miss it as you’ll be too busy taking a dip in the pool or relaxing fireside in a cabana. Just be sure to find a moment to visit The Spa at La Bellasera, where a variety of skin and body services will ease you right into vacation-mode.
206 Alexa Court, Paso Robles, CA 93446, (805) 238-2834
Artsy & Rustic
This hilltop retreat just outside of downtown Paso Robles enchants with its rustic elegance, eclectic furnishings, and natural surroundings. Situated on two and a half acres dotted with ancient oak trees, lavender bushes, olive trees, and walking paths, Inn Paradiso is a tranquil place to post up for a while. Each of the six guest suites is uniquely designed, striking a balance between old and new with indulgent accents (plush linens, designer textiles) and rustic simplicity (antique art, wood paneling, stone fireplaces). And, if you just can’t leave home without your furry friend, some of the rooms are dog-friendly.
975 Mojave Lane, Paso Robles, CA 93446, (805) 239-2800
Business or Pleasure
Budget-friendly without sacrificing in the way of amenities, La Quinta by Wyndham is a comfortable place to stay on the eastside of Paso Robles, just a few minutes from downtown. Breakfast is included, as is Wi-Fi and parking, and each of the guest rooms comes equipped with a microwave, mini-fridge, and coffee maker. There’s also a pool, fitness center, laundry facilities, and pet-friendly rooms, making it an easy choice whether staying for business or pleasure.
2615 Buena Vista Drive, Paso Robles, CA 93446, (805) 239-3004