Adelaide Inn

Address: 1215 Ysabel Ave, Paso Robles, California, 93446, United States | Motel
 
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Location

This motel, located on 1215 Ysabel Ave, Paso Robles, is near Wine Wrangler, The Grapeline Paso Robles, Mitchella Vineyard & Winery, and Lone Madrone.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Adelaide Inn Paso Robles

    Great Value

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    We chose the Adelaide Inn because of the reviews posted in here. Then suddenly a couple of sub-par reviews started being posted...which worried me for a while.

    All I can say is that I had a wonderful time. The place was clean, it was quiet and pretty well kept.

    Note that this place is rated two (2) diamonds by AAA. Which means it is a motor-inn. If you want top notch amenities, service, etc, go to the Hampton Inn a couple of miles south....and pay $150+ per night.

    With Adelaide, you are getting an awesome value for less than half the price of a 3-diamond hotel.

    Just OK

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    We chose the Adelaide Inn based on the reviews on this site and I was somewhat disappointed. The room was clean, of average size, but with that horrible 70's brown decor that so many motels seem to have and a little bit of a weird smell. The pool/hot tub area was very cute, though we didn't use it because the weather was poor, and I was surprised by how quiet it was at night, despite the busy location. I don't think I'd stay here again -- I'd look for something closer to downtown, which is slowly growing into a wine country center.

    Not likely to return

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    Made reservations over the phone. They DID NOT tell us they were building a new wing next to ours. Very noisy construction crews begin work at about 7:30 AM. Some of our personel pillows were either stolen or swept away into the maids cart. No way to retrieve. Front desk staff told us to check out if we did not like it. So we did. Some hospitality eh?

    Don't miss this place!

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    Great Place to stay in Paso Robles. The motel is very nice and affordable and has a neat looking swimming pool ... it is though not located near many restaurants, you'll need to head up the street to Spring street, which has many super places to eat ... We went to a very good Italian restaurant named BUONA TAVOLIA and had an awesome meal. Highly recommended.

    Excellent value for money!!!

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    Great value for money. The room was large, clean and comfortable. There were some great extras on site- fantastic large pool, cute putting green, idyllic picnic and barbeque area. Busy location, but quiet. Good restaurants nearby! Definately a family place in a great town, not touristy. Visit mission San Miguel!

    Best Motel Ever

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    This was the cheapest motel I could find in Paso Robles. It was also the best motel I've ever stayed in. The room was sparkling clean - none of that dank mustiness you often get at motels. Despite being right off the freeway (very convenient!), the Adelaide Inn is surrounded by trees and the room was totally quiet. The grounds have lots of nice touches - a beautiful pool area, picnic benches, even a fish pond. The room itself was very large and spacious. The artwork on the walls was interesting and original, not something that was bought in bulk from uglydecor.com. The people at the front desk were very nice and helpful. I have nothing but good things to say about this motel.

    If you need a specific room type, look elsewhere

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    It was a lovely, clean little motel and reasonably priced. HOWEVER, I have a knee disability and specifically requested a lower unit. I also specified that I would arrive late. I even called again a few days ahead to check that the reservation was in order. When we arrived at 10 pm, the lower units were all taken. It was too late to look elsewhere, so with my husband helping, I hobbled up the steps. If you don't care about your room type, single, double, smoking, non, etc. than it won't be a problem. If you do care about getting what you specify, then steer clear. This place can NOT be trusted to give a room as you book it! I travel a great deal and this is the first time this has happened to me. Don't let it happen to you. Look elsehwere.

    The Gold Standard of Motels

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    For many years I ran a winery that bought grapes in the Paso area. I must have stayed there 50 times and never found anything but spotles rooms, marvelous service and very quiet rooms. A true bargain. Now that I live here thats where I send my friends.

    Great Place to stay

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    This is one of the cleanest hotels that I've stayed in. The front desk is friendly and responsive. The rooms are good sized and the surroundings are very charming.

    Great Little Motel

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    I had several stays at the Adelaide Inn when I first took a job in the Paso Robles area and needed a place for weekdays before I could get moved into a rental. The staff was great, room clean and very affordable. Plenty of places to eat, drink & be merry in the vacinity. Couldn't be beat for the price.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Adelaide Inn Paso Robles

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    Travel Blogs from Paso Robles

    Ortega Chiles and Castles

    A travel blog entry by chadhanson on Apr 04, 2015

    57 photos

    The drive from L.A. to Paso Robles is stunning. Once you get out of the city, you start winding your way up through these rolling hills. The hills were all green at this time of year, so it was even more beautiful than it would have been at other times during the year, when the hills turn golden brown. As you get closer to the coast, you can enjoy the juxtaposition of the hills, the fog, and the waves crashing upon the rocky shoreline.

    Paso Robles itself isn't much of ...

    Mountains, roads, and elephant seals

    A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Oct 09, 2014

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... to all of the people who said it was incredible. I'm sure it might be if you hadn't visited any other areas of California, but even my children were saying, "What are we supposed to be looking at?" We saw rich guys playing golf on famous golf courses, we saw some lovely homes, and we saw some niceish views of the coast, but that was about it. When we exited the 17 Mile Drive, we ...

    Some days all you can do is laugh

    A travel blog entry by trinadaz on Aug 15, 2014

    4 comments, 39 photos

    Well what an interesting day. Today was our last day in San Francisco and we had booked a hire car to drive to Long Beach with an overnight stop in Avila Beach. The car wasn't ready so we didn't get away until 11am. No stress.
    The plan was to hit the road and make a few stops along the way to look at recommended towns. This was the day I was looking forward to with stops in Monterey and Carmel.

    We went to Fisherman's Wharf in Monterey for ...

    Emma Loves BBQ

    A travel blog entry by frostie77 on Oct 15, 2013

    7 photos

    ... amazing it makes the drive even more enjoyable. The next stop is Hearst Castle at the end of the day which we thought we could drive up to. Unfortunately it is at the top of a hill and is only accessible on an official tour which is really expensive so we don't do it.

    We instead decide to watch the sunset over the sea. We pose for pictures with one another and the views are breathtaking. This has easily made the drive down the coast and a great way to end the day.


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    Waterpark

    A travel blog entry by cali2013 on Aug 21, 2013

    2 photos

    Today we headed to the Ravine Waterpark in Paso Robles for a bit of fun in the sun and water. The park had 5 slides of varying heights.  Jasmine's favourite was the toilet bowl!  The girls had their own cabana with lots of pizza, drinks and ice cream.   After a full day of water sliding fun and a few bruised elbows we returned to the house for a fresh fish fry.  The girls made homemade vanilla ice cream and Jim fried up the fresh Lingcod he caught on Monday. ...