We made last minute accomodations in Paso Robles during Thanksgiving weekend and our choices were limited. Staying at this hotel was quite nice. The room was spacious, nice bathroom, was very quite for being so close to the freeway and plenty of parking. The price per night is reasonable compared to staying at a B & B in Paso. I would definitely consider staying here again. About $260 per night.
Nice size rooms, almost a suite. 2 large flatscreen TV's, nice facilities, plus a pool and a workout room. Located right at the 101 and 46 so you are close to the West Hwy 46 wineries.
my wife and 23year old daughter want to do this drive in july . they want to know where to stay and what the vist along the way
How many days do they want to take to make the trip. It can be done in one day, but over three days and 2 nights they stop and visit some memorable places, enjoy local wine and cuisine. Is there a rough budget per night for the lodging? Karl
They want to spend 1 night 2days
Hi Warren. I posted on your second query (above). It might be easier for you to keep track of all the answers if you don't keep reposting.
You might type Pacific Coast Highway into the VT Search Window above and do a "Keyword" Search to pick up more information. There has been a lot written about this route since it's so scenic.
If this is a one-time trip they really should take the drive up the Pacific Coast Highway and stop overnight in Big Sur, which is the most beautiful section of the California Coastline. It takes longer to drive this route but it is definitely worth it. When they continue north they can stop in Carmel and Monterey on the way to SF.
Santa Barbara (1 hour 30 minutes) is a nice stop, Ocean walk, State Street and the Mission, but too long of drive for day 2. I prefer the smaller towns North of Santa Barbara, say Los Olivos or Santa Ynez. There is lots of wine tasting all the way from Santa Barbara to Paso Robles (not good for the driver), but if you did drive to Paso Robles (3 1/2 hours), you could drive to Morro Bay or hang in San Luis Obispo. The La Bellasera in Paso Robles is nice, but if that is too expensive the Hampton Inn is right behind it. The eclectic and $$$$'s Madonna Inn is just outside San Luis Obispo. On morning 2 you could head over to Highway 1 in Cambria and have time to take a morning tour at Hearst Castle. Then you have all afternoon to cruise up Highway 1 through Big Sur. As for driving, it takes only about and hour or two to get used to driving on the wrong side. Karl
Karl, you know the right side is the right side to drive on in the USA. Easy peesy. ;-)
3446 Buena Vista Drive, Paso Robles
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Address: 206 Alexa Court, Paso Robles, California, 93446, United States