Stay and Play in Paso for Less This Winter
Fresh cuisine, robust wine and incredible scenery – there are a lot of great reasons to visit Paso Robles, and there’s no better time than now to stay and save! Local hotels and businesses have teamed up to offer their best deals of the season with the Passport to Paso, which could mean saving up to 25% on your stay during January and February and amazing offers on food, wine and adventure. So pack your bag and book your trip to Paso Robles.
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With over a dozen properties to choose from, the Passport to Paso program is the real deal when it comes to saving on your accommodations. Did you know your passport also comes with special offers to local wineries, restaurants, spas and dozens of other adventures? January is an especially great time for foodies because it’s Restaurant Month, which means great deals on locally crafted dishes. From January 2-31, enjoy three-course meals for just $30-40 per person at participating restaurants. And, to top it off, many eateries will pair their meals with locally produced red and white wines from throughout San Luis Obispo County.
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While you’re in Paso, be sure to enjoy all there is to taste, experience and see. If relaxing is your goal, Paso Robles has yoga studios, hot mineral spring spas and quiet tasting rooms. For a more active vacation, tour the expanding Tin City with its breweries, distilleries and creative winemakers, or tee up at one of Paso Robles’ four scenic golf courses. If you’ve got the whole family in tow, there are plenty of family-friendly options for getting out and having fun, like a one-of-a-kind Wild West experience with Harris Stage Lines or a wintertime tour of the historic Hearst Castle for a peek at their spectacular art collection.
No matter how you spend your time, you’re sure to leave with lifelong memories and experiences to share. Get your Passport to Paso by booking your trip now. Comfort, adventure, and unbeatable savings await you in Paso Robles this winter.