Historic inn located on the hot springs of Paso Robles, California
Located just off of U.S. Route 101 between Los Angeles and San Francisco, the Paso Robles Innoffers stylish and historic accommodation in scenic San Luis Obispo County.
The 3-star property is ideal for those looking for a weekend getaway, a relaxing coastal vacation, or those merely passing by as they make their way along the Pacific coastline.
The historic hotel, which originally opened its doors in 1891, features 98 guestrooms. All guestrooms come equipped with private en-suite bathroom, together with complimentary toiletries.
In-room amenities include television with pay-per-view movies, microwave, mini-refrigerator, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, coffeemaker, and wireless internet connectivity. Deluxe rooms also feature a private hot springs mineral tub, which tap into the hot springs upon which the hotel was originally built.
The hotel grounds featured picturesque landscaped gardens as well as Koi ponds. A heated outdoor swimming pool is perfect for those that wish to relax under the Central California sunshine.
Those looking to fully relax can take advantage of the Central Coast Spa, an associated full-service spa located approximately 15 minutes from the inn. Whether its a fully body wrap or a deep tissue massage, the spa is the place to visit to feel fully relaxed.
Guests staying at the inn can also visit Kennedy Club Fitness, which is located in central Paso Robles, CA, to enjoy a work-out and keep-fit session.
The Paso Robles Innalso houses its own restaurant. The Paso Robles Steakhouse and Cattlemens Lounge is a popular destination for guests and locals alike. This traditional steakhouse serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as a Champagne brunch on a Sunday. Ingredients are often sourced from local cattle farms and wineries.
The historic inn in the center of Paso Robles is also a suitable option for those looking to host an event. With a number of function spaces, business travelers can arrange a boardroom meeting, training event, or even a conference against the picturesque backdrop of San Luis Obispo County. Those looking to host a social engagement (wedding, anniversary, or reunion) will also find the venue suitable.
Those visiting this part of California for pleasure will find it perfectly suited for a relaxing trip or vacation. One of the regions most popular attractions is the numerous wineries located nearby. Visitors can look around vineyards and wineries and witness how these Californian vintages are made, and, of course, indulge in a spot of wine tasting.
The town of Paso Robles features a number of historic landmarks, including the Sulfur Baths and Carnegie Library. Tuesday and Saturday see a Farmers Market arrive in town. Here visitors can not only pick-up some fine produce but also some beautiful handcrafted items, perfect for a vacation gift or memento.
Those with a passion for golf will find a number of courses in and around the town, whilst the natural landscapes prove popular with hikers, cyclists, and kayakers.
Guests lodging at the Paso Robles Inn should also visit one of the nearby beaches, including Morro Bay and Pismo Beach. These tend to prove much more relaxed than many of Californias other sandy destinations.