It’s no longer a secret, but one of the best times of the year to visit Paso Robles is in autumn. The wine harvest season is in full swing and many wineries are welcoming visitors for outdoor wine tasting. What’s more, local restaurants continue to offer outdoor dining and visitors can enjoy better hotel rates in the fall. While health and safety mandates remain in place, the people of the City of Paso Robles is doing everything they can to make your visit a safe, exciting and memorable experience. Here is a list of five recommended places to stay this fall in the Paso Robles Wine Country.

Allegretto Vineyard Resort

2700 Buena Vista Dr.
Paso Robles, CA  93466
(805) 369-2500
www.allegrettovineyardresort.com 

Graced with Tuscan-inspired architecture, Allegretto Vineyard Resort is easily one of the most beautiful places to stay in Paso Robles. Set just east of downtown, the expansive resort features luxurious accommodations in addition to Mediterranean-inspired dining. Each of the 171 guest rooms and suites are elegantly appointed, with standard amenities like marble showers and luxury robes. Also on the property are impressive artworks, outdoor swimming pool with cabanas and hot tubs and world-class spa. The Resort Tasting Room is open daily and wine tours are held on Friday and Saturday mornings.

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Hotel Cheval (credit: Randy Yagi)

Hotel Cheval

1021 Pine St.
Paso Robles, CA  93446
(805) 226-9995
www.hotelcheval.com

When staying in Paso Robles, there might not be a better place to stay than Hotel Cheval. Paso’ finest luxury boutique hotel with 16 elegantly appointed rooms, Hotel Cheval has earned numerous national distinctions. For instance, it was TripAdvisor’s No. 1 Small Hotel in the U.S. and No. 8 Small Hotel in the World in 2018. Guest rooms are available in three categories from Classic Rooms to larger Luxury Rooms, some with patios and fireplaces. Named after the French word for horse, Hotel Cheval has been widely acclaimed for its service, hospitality and attention to detail. A pet friendly boutique, Hotel Cheval also features impressive amenities like gourmet breakfast buffet and tasty treats from the S’mores Butler. Hotel Cheval’s Paso Bon Vivant package includes a gourmet meal for two at BL Brasserie.

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Paso Robles Inn

1103 Spring St.
Paso Robles, CA  93446
(805) 238-2660
www.pasoroblesinn.com

No other local hotel has a history as rich as the Paso Robles Inn. Opened the same year the city was established, Paso Robles Inn remains a premiere Central Coast destination for lodging and dining. Located near the historic town square, it features 96 guestrooms and suites, including some dog friendly rooms. All suites are located within the historic Jesse James Building, named after the famous American outlaw. Also onsite is an upscale steakhouse, bar and lounge and swimming pool with Jacuzzi. Fall rates just announced start at $129 for Traditional Rooms and $179 for Deluxe Spa Rooms. Among other current offers are a 20 percent discount when booking direct and a Sip & Stay Paso Robles Wine package.

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Stables Inn (credit: Randy Yagi)

Stables Inn

730 Spring St.
Paso Robles, CA  93446
(805) 296-3636
www.stablesinnpaso.com

Just opened this summer, the Stables Inn is a western-influenced boutique with modern conveniences. A sister property to the acclaimed Cheval Hotel, Stables Inn offers 19 nicely appointed rooms, with king or double bed options. A larger Bunk House with bunk beds and king bed is also available for up to six guests. The Stables Inn also provides complimentary coffee, tea and pastries, as well as evening wine tastings. Just three blocks from the vibrant downtown area, the pet friendly Stables Inn is also minutes from several local tasting rooms and wineries. Customers who book directly online can get the inn’s best available rate.

The Piccolo

600 12th St.
Paso Robles, CA  93446
(805) 226-5920
www.thepiccolo.com

A sister property to Paso Robles Inn, The Piccolo is a pet friendly luxury boutique just one block from Downtown City Park.  the boutique offers 24 rooms including a 738 sq. ft. suite on the top floor. The Paso Robles hotel has also become a favorite nightspot, with wine tasting and rooftop bar. A food menu is available at both the Piper Wine Lounge and Tetto rooftop bar. Like Paso Robles Inn, The Piccolo offers special savings when booking direct, in addition to other attractive packages. Another attractive special is the Stay & Play, with a round of golf at Hunter Ranch Golf Course. The Piccolo and Paso Robles Inn are integral members of Martin Resorts, with several upscale properties along California’s breathtaking Central Coast.

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About The Author:

Randy Yagi is an award-winning freelance writer who served as the National Travel Writer for CBS Local from 2012-2019. More than 900 of his stories still appear in syndication across 23 CBS Local websites, including CBS New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and San Francisco. During his peak years with CBS, he reportedly had a digital audience reach of 489 million and more than 5.5 million monthly visitors. His other stories have also appeared in the Daily Meal, Examiner.com, CBS News, CBS Radio, Engadget and Radio.com. He is a Media Fellow of Stanford University.

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