From posh resorts to rugged chic accommodations, the Paso region has a little something for everyone – and at every budget. After doing a bit of exploring, your biggest decision will be who to bring on your next visit!


For those looking for a bit of pampering, guests can’t go wrong with the AAA four diamond Allegretto Vineyard Resort. Amidst 20 acres of vineyards, European hospitality extends from check-in to poolside, with optional cabana service in the Paso sunshine. A full-service boutique spa and award-winning restaurants are extra perks for the well-traveled visitor. 

The Piccolo, exudes luxury yet with an intimate appeal. With only 24 rooms – all King – and each adorned with private balconies and locally made furniture.  The Piccolo’s rooftop bar, Tetto, is the perfect end to an evening on the Paso square.


If you choose to spend most time on the wine trails or the downtown Paso Square, chances are that the convenient, budget-friendly La Quinta Inn & Suites may be the best fit. Right off 46 East, guests have easy access to all of the area’s local road trips. Plus, with a dog run on site, this dog-friendly property is open to furry friends. 

Add a bit of country to your visit with a stay at the new Stables Inn located a short 3 blocks from Paso Robles’ historic Downtown City Park, featuring a modern, stylish and unpretentious setting with Western touches.


And finally, connect with the locals – from ranches to vineyard houses and quaint inns - at the numerous bed and breakfasts throughout the hillsides of Paso. A few favorites include: Inn Paradiso, Creekside B & B, and the Santa Rita Inn.