Paso Robles Inn Hotel

, Paso Robles, United States
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Paso Robles Inn Hotel

2 star
1103 Spring St - Paso Robles - California - 93446 - United States Hotel Website | 805 238 2660
220 Traveller

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Great hotel with spa rooms

from LA_Native
We've been staying at this hotel about 2 or more times/year for the past 5 or 6 years. We love staying there, and always get a spa room. We recommend staying in the ballroom building, as the walls can be thin in the garden rooms (had a bad experience hearing a guest in the next room hooting like an owl). Pretty garden courtyard with a pool. The spa rooms have hot mineral water direct from the natural hot springs (can have a strong sulfur smell; bring strongly scented bath salts or use their scented oils). The restaurant has great food, and they have room service. Excellent home central for wine tasting; convenient to most wineries, even the "far out" wineries. Walking distance to some great local restaurants, across the street from the park, which has a farmers' market on the weekend (some great handcrafted items, and the Santa Maria strawberries are incredible).

Overpriced, Scornful Staff, Loud and Smelly

from FlyOneWorld
This place gets worse year after year. Demand from tourists and business travelers given its convenient location drive up prices and drive down service. I booked one of the new suites. It was very cheap and tacky! There was a dirty jacuzzi tub outside which had not been cleaned. Moreover, everyone could see you as they walked by. The room was very basic and uninspired. There is no soundproofing and we could here every word said next door. When I complained the front desk staff offered no solutions. Yes, the location is good but the Inn is a bomb.

Old rooms have tiny bathrooms, are very loud and have lumpy beds. They also smell. Try the Carlton Hotel in Atascadero or a nice BB like Summerwood. There is also a newer Hampton Inn. Why pay more for this rubbish?

the inn could be special

from A TripAdvisor Member
The deal this place is that there are new rooms and there are old rooms. You don't want an old room. The service does need to improve. If they combined good service with that location they would have something special. And don't have the eggs benedict what ever you do.

Quaint Hotel

from itskel
My husband and I stayed at this hotel as there was nothing else available due to the Mid-State Fair being held at the time. I was concerned after reading some reviews posted here, but had no choice as all other hotels were booked.

We got to the hotel and had no problems checking in. The room was small but clean. This hotel has a lot of character and lovely grounds.

If I had one complaint it would be that the rooms do smell moldy.

Your worst nightmare in California

from A TripAdvisor Member
We rented 3 rooms. At the check in, I found all three rooms had king size beds. I called three times making sure one of the rooms will have two
double beds. After much huffing and puffing on the receptionist part we finally got one room with two beds.
I thought I had a bad experience with front desk, until I got to my room...
Rooms are very dark with overwhelming smell of mold as you walk in.
Smelly, dirty carpet that in the last century might have been beige,
dripping air condition unit, bedside lamps with no light bulbs, showers that were last cleaned in year 2000, and rooms were NEVER dusted or vacuumed.
The cleaning crew doesn't even have vacuum cleaner!
None of our bathrooms were cleaned even once during our 3 night stay.
We were lucky we got "fresh" towels every day.
Bathroom does not have one hook to hang your bathrobe, there is no room for your toiletries, one shelf 8x3 inches deep, and if you run out of toilet paper that's too bad, there is no spare roll.
One morning I walked barefoot in my room and my feet were black.

Makes you wonder how do they stay in business
Why did we stay for three nights? It was Father's Day weekend, and all other hotels we full.
The only bright site of this place is a young man who checked us out on Sunday. Very polite, very helpful with wonderful personality.
Makes you wonder what is he doing in this drab place.

Loved The Inn

from A TripAdvisor Member
We were invited to wedding and knew nothing about Paso robles. The wedding was at the Inn and we were so pleased!
We had a beautiful room with a fireplace and a great spa on the deck. The view of the courtyard was awesome! The ballroom was beautiful and we really enjoyed the bar. The wedding took place in the garden and it was just so peacful. What a great place to have a wedding and relax!
We will be coming back. Thanks for the great memory.

Smelly horrible experience!

from skifamily
We were looking for the experience of the mineral springs while we golfed and boy did we get an experience.
Service was terrible: First of all check in was a horrible experience. It took us about 45 minutes. The desk was understaffed and the attendent was distracted and trying to check us in, answer the phones, etc. They also dont know the area to answer questions. They do not care about the guests.
The hot springs smell of sulfur. So if you are into that then fine. But we hated it and kept the A/C running and the windows shut.
Bathrooms are large and nice.
Room was dirty.
The restaurant was fabulous!!

Never Again

from GirlCanoe
I just stayed at the Paso Robles Inn for the annual wine fest, and I chose this hotel because it is right across the street from the park where they hold the tastings and a great restaurant (fabulous Villa Creek-yum).

NEVER AGAIN! This is the worst experience I've had at a hotel in my life, and I have done tons of Motel 6's and other budget places. When we checked in after a four hour drive late Friday night (11:05pm) the front desk clerk said, "I almost gave away your room!" When my friend informed her that she had called and arranged for a late check in she answered, "Well there wasn't a time specified on your reservation." My friend had called and told the hotel to expect us at 11! Then we asked if we could have 2 parking passes and she said, "Yes, I can do that for you" and then promptly changed her mind and said, "No, then I'd have to do it for everyone, sorry."

Hating her, we checked into our small, first floor room and discovered there was a huge mouldy patch of linoleum in the bathroom, the carpets were disgustingly dirty and the beds were lumpy. Add to that the walls were paper thin and we were kept up late with noise from people drinking in their room on one side and a couple having sex on the other side. The next day when we called for room service to deliver breakfast the woman who answered the phone in the diner put me on hold and never picked up the line again. I redialed and ordered breakfast which was $9 for a cheese omlette (and nothing but an omlette) and there was an automatic $3 dollar delivery fee and %20 gratuity. Being forced to pay a good tip made me angry because I was told the food would be delivered in 15 minutes and it came 1/2 an hour later.

The rate was $200 per night for a tiny room with 2 double beds. No matter how perfect the location, there is no justifying spending that kind of money on a dump like Paso Robles Inn. I won't make the same mistake again.

Possibly the smallest bathroom in California!

from Barbthor
My room was small, not clean, uncomfortable and noisy so within 5 minutes of checking in I requested a change. The front desk advised me it would cost an additional $100.00. An associate that made his reservation after mine and checked in within 10 minutes of me had a room with a fireplace, bathtub and a view of the pool for the same price I paid. This took place on a Tuesday afternoon, not a real busy time in Paso Robles! I advised the hotel of my dissatisfaction upon check out and again a week later by letter. It has been over a month and I have not heard from the "Inn".


from A TripAdvisor Member
The Inn is just plain tired. Rooms are small and need an updating. Bed not too comfortable. This is more like a car park motel than an Inn. The hot tub we were looking forward to was small and cramped and had little privacy- you had to pull a curtain over your tub to be shielded from people walking by. Floors and walls are PAPER- we were on first floor and hot tub operation and foot steps above were not nice. Be sure to get a second floor room if you must. Better yet- pass until the new builing opens.

Top Local Tips for Paso Robles

Phenomenal eats in Paso and vincinity Do not go to Paso and not eat at Villa Creek (off the main square) and McPhee's in Templeton.

dinner Great dinner at McPhee's in Templeton for the 2nd year in a row. Great wineries everywhere. Tobin James, Adelaida, Wild Horse all must try wines!

Paso Robles Wine Country This is a good place to visit if you like rural areas and enjoy a laid-back visit to several wineries. We visited 7 while in the region. Some are more memorable than others, and some are further apart in the hills and some are somewhat clustered. The map provided by the association has a couple of errors on it, but we found our way about anyway. We had a group of 10 adults (in their 50's) and had two poor experiences from arrogant servers at the wine tastings. One was at Justin and the other at Eberle. That was odd to us, as our group certainly had the wine knowledge and experience and money to purchase quite a lot of wine. Several of us were from the Midwest and had travelled a long way to visit. If I owned Justin or Eberle, I'd be severing ties with servers such as these two men.


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  • Address: 1103 Spring St - Paso Robles - California - 93446 - United States
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