Visit Paso Robles

Stay. Play. Explore.

Where To Stay

Are you staying in one of our fabulous local hotels? Have the courage to overcome cable TV and get out of that hotel room and have some fun. We are surrounded by hotels at every price point.


A Mediterranean-inspired refuge poised along the idyllic east side of Paso Robles, the Allegretto is bathed in acres of sprawling vineyards and orchards, blending the region's best food and wine experiences with European-style hospitality that invokes joy and harmony.

Hotel Cheval

Nestled in the rolling hills of the celebrated central coast, Paso Robles is renowned for its fine wines and beautiful vineyards. Hotel Cheval, is an intimate 16-room boutique luxury hotel, located just off Paso Robles' historic town square and offers well-traveled guests a unique and memorable experience.

The Oaks

For a Paso Robles hotel with elegant rooms, luxurious amenities, and all the little details you need to relax and unwind, book with The Oaks today! The Oaks Hotel & Suites works hard to be a step above the rest with affordable luxury for everyone visiting our beautiful city on the Central Coast.

What To Do

Are you going to a concert at Vina Robles? We are your after party. Head west on Highway 46 past the Highway 101 junction and turn north on Black Oak Drive.

Vina Robles Amphitheater

With its opening in the summer of 2013, the Vina Robles Amphitheatre became one of the largest outdoor venues for arts and entertainment in San Luis Obispo County. Featuring a style reminiscent of the California missions, guests are able to immerse themselves in a unique and intimate concert adventure as they enjoy modern amenities and first class hospitality.

Mid State Fair

"America's Favorite Fair!" The Fair opened in 1946 and was first known as the San Luis Obispo County Fair. The California Mid-State Fair is held annually and runs for 12 days at the end of July. The Fair has hosted some of the biggest names in the music industry.

Paso Robles Wine Country

Paso Robles wineries run the gamut in this robust wine region. There are large resort style wineries making dozens of wines. There are also small family run places that may make just a couple of wines from their own estate grapes. Wearing a cowboy hat doesn’t seem out of place here. The region is more relaxed, rural and unpretentious than other wine areas.

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Paso Robles Wineries