Boutique beauties, palazzo style, solid budget choices, winery digs, and even a (possibly) haunted hotel.
No need to wade through thousands of user reviews. Below are the top Paso Robles lodgings in a nutshell—tried-and-true options in all price ranges. Keep in mind that at busy times—in summer and early fall and during several weekend wine and food festivals and the late-July California Mid-State Fair, room prices tend to soar.
Allegretto Vineyard Resort Paso Robles
Casual yet refined luxury at Mediterranean-inspired palazzolike perch; often a good deal off-season. $$$$
Sedate, personalized experience at horse-themed boutique hotel downtown. $$$
Much repeat business for stylish hilltop bed-and-breakfast and its hostess with more than the mostest. $$$
La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Paso Robles
Late-afternoon wine tastings a major perk at solid chain choice. $$
The Lofts at the Market
Six contemporary luxury studios and one- and two-bedroom suites, more VRBO than inn, above Paso Market Walk’s stalls and restaurants. $$$
2019 debut for downtown boutique beauty affiliated with adjoining Paso Robles Inn; fabulous rooftop bar vistas (best room views: upper floors facing east). $$$
Plush bedding, relaxed ambience, made-to-order breakfasts at winery inn. $$$
Best Western Plus Black Oak
Mellow staff at chain’s locally run edition. $$
JUST Inn Suites
Three vineyard’s-edge suites at JUSTIN Vineyards & Winery plus nearby larger accommodation deliver upscale comfort and nightly solitude. $$$
Paso Robles Inn
Longtime option for travelers seeking atmosphere and history, with resident spook—well, maybe—to boot. $$$
Gussied-up motel with perky retro feel a few blocks south of Downtown City Park, run by Hotel Cheval folks. $$
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For more suggestions visit the Lodging page of the TravelPaso tourism website.
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Daniel Mangin is the author of Fodor’s Napa and Sonoma and coauthor of The California Directory of Fine Wineries Central Coast and Napa and Sonoma editions. He writes about California food and wine for Napa Valley Life, Marin Magazine, Fodors.com, and other outlets. Lead photo is piazza view at Allegretto.