Paso Robles Inn
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Nice Hot Tub but Overpriced
We stayed at one of the Spa Room last Sunday. The room itself is so-so and the bed is not very comfortable. The private hot tub is the best part of the room. There are curtains at the patio so you could close it off and soak in privacy. We think the room rate is a bit high at close to two hundreds on a Sunday night with AAA discount.
We recently stayed at the Paso Robles Inn on a driving tour through California. The location is quite good, the attached coffee shop is quite interesting, as it boasts a round counter. The inn has a hot-tub and pool, with goldfish in a pond. There are also rooms with private hot-tubs, which we did not get.
The room was not in the greatest shape, as there was still evidence of earthquake damage to the pocket door for the bathroom. The A/C did not adequately control the temperature. For the money we paid, we would have been better off at the motel 6.
Relaxing Fun at Paso Robles Inn
This hotel is attractive and comfortable, with everything we needed. Hot tub room was great, very comfortably laid out, great bed, great tub! My parents stayed in a standard room and they loved it too... Grounds are pretty, and the restaurant was especially attractive with a relaxed elegance and very good food, friendly service. Stayed three nights and would stay there again. Close to the park and other restaurants, very convenient.
Nice Exterior but Rooms Lacking!
Driving up to Monterey we thought stopping overnight in Paso Robles would be a good way to break up the drive.
Picked Paso Robles in based on Photos.
Pool was small but nice spa was nice.
However our room was rough. Uncomfortable beds, old style air conditioner, ugly decor and the smallest shower bath I've seen!
Just was not enough room to move...
I would have rather driven through Ppaso Robles
Pricey but nice
We arrived in Paso Robles without knowing anything about the town or the hotel at the end of a long days drive, so just wanted somewhere that looked comfortable. This looked by far the nicest hotel on the main street, and the price for just turning up reflected that. But a stunningly good hotel - very well laid out, beautiful grounds (check out the weather stick for a laugh).
Absolute highlight is the restaurant. Even if you don't stay in the hotel, go there for a meal because it's the finest steak I've ever had.
Ok for a honeymoon, but not for business travelors
The Paso Robles Inn is a quite, quaint, lovely hotel with beautiful scenery. The hotel is a wonderful choice for anyone who will spend a day or two their as part of a honeymoon or other romantic event. This is not the place to stay for business travelers though. The rooms are small, the phone system is very old and internet access is poor. They advertise a wireless net connection but it?s expensive. The dialup performance is poor due to the old phone service. There is very little area to make your own meal if you choose, a small microwave and fridge are provided but there is little room to spread out if you want. They do not serve any time of breakfast, even the much maligned continental service, they would rather you eat at their expensive diner just off of the registration desk. The maid service was poor; my maid took three days to replace my coffee packs. The floor stayed dirty the entire time and the restroom was barely touched. This is not the place to stay for a long-term business trip.
Not much to rave about
My wife and daughter and her friend stayed at the INN and where very disappointed with the room cleanliness, size and amenities. The room was extremely small for two queens. The floor was filthy. There were 3 people in the room and only two towels. Granted this may be an isolated case because we have stayed there a few other times and it was pretty good. I would recommend not staying in any of the rooms except the newer rooms.
Beautiful scenery! Huge gold fish swiming in a small pond outside the restaurant, convenient location to walk to nearby spa for a body treatment, speciality shops and the inn's restaurant had delicious food. The spa in the room was relaxing. The only compliant was the spa water was not clear it looked and smelled like sulfur. Beautiful and relaxing grounds with a great restaurant and the location was accessible to the shopping and spa treatments.I highly recommend the Paso Robles Inn!
Stayed there for 2 nights in March 2003. Rented a 1st floor spa room (2 stories). Both my wife and I agree that this was a wonderful place to stay. The staff was great and very accomodating. On Sat, when they had run out of copies of the local paper, one of the front desk staff actually gave me his copy! Our daughter decided to join us one night - I simply went to the front desk, asked for a rollaway and within 15 minutes, it was in our room!! Located in downtown Paso Robles, within minutes of many different wineries, we are already trying to figure out when we can return.
Very nice, quite, romantic place
My boyfriend and I stayed at the Paso Robles Inn for valentines days and we loved it. We had a room w/our own private jacuzzi on the balcony-beware, its mineral water so you need to buy the scented oils at the front desk or it will smell like sulfer- but the jacuzzi overall was very nice , and very relaxing. We had a view of the garden area w/the pool and some fish ponds, which was nice. The hotel resteraunt was nothing too special, friendly staff but the menu was very small w/hardly any selection.
Paso Robles in general is a very small place, but it's not far from Cambria and Hearst Castle which was a nice little day trip. I would definately stay here again, but not w/out my fireplace in my room and my jacuzzi on the balcony...
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All in all, the tour of Hearst Castle was enjoyable and made for a good day, but I wish there wan't so much construction and that the pace of the tour wasn't quite as quick.
After the tour, we still had half a day to kill, so we decided to drive a half hour over to San Luis Obispo and check it out. The quaint downtown area is about the size of, say, Woodinville, WA. It has a few shops and eateries. We stopped in at the record store and bookstores ...
... rooms with 127 acres of gardens and pools. Much of the surrounding area is the Hearst Ranch, which was once over 250,000 acres of what is beautiful coastal hill and range country.
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... some wetsuits and boards and unbelievably found a parking spot fairly close to the beach. They eagerly entered the freezing cold water with boards in tow. I don't know who was more excited Bruce or the boys. They had a little more trouble this time as the surf instructor knew just how to get them going but they all still had lots of fun. They could all get up on their boards but sometimes had a hard ...
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