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Accommodations in Downtown Paso Robles

Reserve Your Place in Paso Robles History

Representing over a century of heartfelt hospitality, the Paso Robles Inn promises a wine country getaway that’s sure to make history. As Paso Robles’ pioneer hotel, no other property has opened their arms to more visitors who have wanted to get a true taste of this place and its culture, because no other property is as deeply rooted in the heritage and history of our town.

Located right across from the tree-lined town square, the Inn places visitors quite literally in the heart of Downtown Paso Robles. Our 96 rooms and suites, many with private spa tubs on their balconies, overlook a quiet courtyard filled with lush gardens, centuries-old oak trees, shaded walking paths, and koi-filled ponds—all tucked just steps from the excitement of the city center.

With a variety of rooms and suites to accommodate travelers of all types, the Paso Robles Inn is committed to comfort and convenience. Discover historic charm in the Grand Ballroom guestrooms, get a taste of wine country in a Deluxe Spa Room along our Vintner’s Row, or simply admire the vibrant view from our Garden Rooms. However you prefer to unwind, you’ll discover the perfect blend of relaxation and adventure at the Paso Robles Inn.

Take your pick from the rooms and suites below and start planning your stay today: 


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Garden Rooms

Traditional Rooms + Fireplace Rooms

Three months after the El Paso de Robles Hotel burned, the property was sold and plans were announced for a new hotel. Renamed the Paso Robles Inn, the new facility was described as not a hotel, not a motel-but a combinations of both, capitalizing on the informality and convenience of the motor court, yet retaining all the atmosphere and fine features of a formal hotel. Bricks salvaged from the ruins of the 1891 hotel were used to construct the Inn’s buildings.

This unique hotel styling accommodated the needs of motoring travelers well; the guests’ cars could be garaged just behind each room, offering visitors convenience while retaining the view of the lovely central garden. The Inn was featured in several architectural journals in the 1940’s because of its unique style.

The Garden Rooms today retain their 1940’s feel and stay true to their original goal to be the most affordable rooms at the Inn: “We intend to keep the informal atmosphere and will feature sensible prices within the reach of everyone.”

Grand Guestrooms in the Historic Ballroom

The Original El Paso de Robles Hotel Rooms

The Most Historic Rooms At The Paso Robles Inn – And the only original rooms from the Grand Hotel which opened October 17, 1891. The Ballroom is the only remaining building saved from the first that burned the main part of the hotel in 1940. Today we offer guests the same grand style as they might have experienced in the late 1800’s with large bathrooms featuring white marble floors and countertops and oversized soaking tubs. The guest rooms, recently renovated, feature traditional furnishings reminiscent of the era with grand style offering an enchanting atmosphere. 

Spa Rooms

Soak up Wine Country from Deluxe Spa Rooms

Guests enjoy a true taste of Paso Robles wine country from the moment they check in to one of the 18 winery-themed Spa Rooms at the Paso Robles Inn. We have partnered with some of the most iconic local wineries to pair the best of Paso Robles with the comfort and convenience of our Downtown hotel.

In these deluxe rooms, our winery partners have curated a one-of-a-kind experience through representative touches in art, décor, and exclusive amenities. While each is unique in style, every Spa Room features an in-room fireplace, a spa tub on the private balcony or patio, and your choice of one King bed or two Queen beds. Experience the creativity of your favorite winemaker, distiller, or brewer firsthand.

We are proud to partner with: 

Ancient Peaks Winery | Broken Earth Winery | Castoro Cellars | DAOU Vineyards | Derby Wine Estates | Donati Family Estate Vineyard | Firestone Walker Brewing Company | Hope Family Wines | J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines | JUSTIN Wine | KROBAR Craft Distillery | Robert Hall Winery | Sextant Wines | Tablas Creek Vineyard | Tobin James Cellars | Vina Robles | Vintage Cowboy Winery | Wild Horse Winery

Two-Room Suites

include living rooms and deluxe private bedrooms

Thanks to some 21st century technology and lots of hard work, the Jesse James Building which houses the Inn’s suites was rebuilt and opened in 2005.  The building, named after the infamous nephew of one of the previous owners who spent some time in Paso after being shot during a failed bank robbery, featured suites dedicated to the some of the more famous characters who had a role in the history of the Inn. The suites feature oversized bedrooms with a separate sitting area, large bathrooms, and an outdoor private spa tub located on a garden patio.

ADA Accessible Rooms

Every guest deserves to enjoy what our downtown hotel in Paso Robles has to offer—from the premier location to the friendly service. We're proud to offer comfortable, accessible accommodations that can be enjoyed by all along California's scenic Central Coast. 

With accessible options for each room type, the Mobility Accessible guestrooms at the Paso Robles Inn accommodate a variety of experiences. Along with all of the standard amenities available in our standard room types, you will enjoy additional ADA compliant features to make your stay that much more comfortable, such as roll-in showers, closed-caption TV's, desk-level electrical outlets, doorbell with flashing light, a lowered peephole, and more. 

For more information on available accessible amenities and features at the Paso Robles Inn, please contact the hotel directly and we will be happy to help you make the most of your visit. 

Traditional Rooms

Most affordable rooms at the Paso Robles Inn

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As our smallest, most affordable accommodations, our traditional guest rooms feature either one king, one queen, or two double beds which overlook the Inn’s gardens or the city park. In addition to our standard amenities, these rooms also feature a double vanity bathroom and wet bar. 

  • Keurigs with Green Mountain Coffee
  • High-Speed Fiber Internet
  • Microwave
  • Mini-fridge
  • Iron & ironing board
  • Bath & Body Works toiletries
  • Plush bathrobes (select rooms)
  • Flat screen TV
  • In-Room Safe (select rooms)
Beds: 1 or 2 Occupancy: 2-4 Room Size: 249 ft2 / 23 m2 View: Garden or Park

Fireplace Rooms

Get cozy next to the fireplace

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Located in the gardens with pool views, our garden fireplace rooms feature one queen or king bed and a cozy fireplace. As one of our smaller-sized room types, the Fireplace Rooms are one of our most affordable Paso Robles, CA lodging options. 

Enjoy a variety of amenities:

  • Keurigs with Green Mountain Coffee
  • High-Speed Fiber Internet
  • Microwave
  • Mini-fridge
  • Iron & ironing board
  • Bath & Body Works toiletries
  • Plush bathrobes (select rooms)
  • Flat screen TV
  • In-Room Safe (select rooms)
Beds: 1 Occupancy: 2 Room Size: 249 ft2 / 23 m2 View: Garden

Ballroom Rooms

The most historic rooms at the Inn

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Offering an enchanting atmosphere, our newly-renovated grand ballroom rooms feature a fireplace and double vanity bathrooms.

Amenities:

  • Keurigs with Green Mountain Coffee
  • High-Speed Fiber Internet
  • Microwave
  • Mini-fridge
  • Iron & ironing board
  • Bath & Body Works toiletries
  • Plush bathrobes (select rooms)
  • Flat screen TV
  • In-Room Safe (select rooms)
Beds: 1 Occupancy: 2 Room Size: 375 ft2 / 35 m2 View: Garden

Spa Rooms

Relax in a private spa tub

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Indulge in the spirit of wine country from the comfort of your winery-themed room at the Paso Robles Inn. These 18 deluxe spa rooms have been outfitted with artwork, decor, and exclusive amenities curated by local wineries that our hotel has had the unique opportunity to partner with. Soak up the best of Paso Robles in your very own spa tub, located on the private balcony or patio that extends off the bedroom which features a fireplace and your choice of one King or two Queen beds. Our winery partners include: 

Ancient Peaks Winery | Broken Earth Winery | Castoro Cellars | DAOU Vineyards | Derby Wine Estates | Donati Family Estate Vineyard | Firestone Walker Brewing Company | Hope Family Wines | J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines | JUSTIN Wine | KROBAR Craft Distillery | Robert Hall Winery | Sextant Wines | Tablas Creek Vineyard | Tobin James Cellars | Vina Robles | Vintage Cowboy Winery | Wild Horse Winery

Explore even more during your stay by booking our Paso Robles wine tour package which includes overnight accommodations, tastings at 4-6 local wineries*, round-trip transportation, and a scenic picnic lunch for two. *The cost of wine tastings depends on the wineries visited. Some wineries don't charge our guests fees for tastings, some will waive the fees if a customer purchases a bottle of wine, and some charge $5-$20 for about 4-6 wine tastings. 

Please note, in an effort to please our guests and after careful thought and consideration, Martin Resorts has made the decision to cap our access to the Sulfur water at the property. The smell of the sulfur water was often overbearing for our guests and has hindered the overall guest experience. All of our Deluxe Spa rooms will still feature private spa tubs on their patios. For those looking for a sulfur spa tub experience in Paso Robles, please visit River Oaks Hot Springs.

Beds: 1-2 Occupancy: 2-4 Room Size: 381 ft2 / 35 m2 View: Garden

Two-Room Suites

Spacious two-room suites in Paso Robles

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The spacious two-room suites in the Jesse James building feature a bedroom with one king or two queen beds and a separate living room with a pull-out sofa and kitchenette area. Deluxe amenities and features in the Jesse James Suites include double vanity bathrooms, Keurig Coffee Makers, Bath & Body Works toiletries, and in select rooms, outdoor private spa tubs. Suites are subject to availability and are available by calling the hotel at 805-238-2660.

Each suite is named after significant individuals from the Paso Robles Inn's rich history:

The Blackburn Suite (1857) – Daniel and James Blackburn came from West Virginia to California to strike it rich in the gold fields. That success, along with a profitable lumber business, provided them with the money to purchase Rancho El Paso de Robles which consisted of 25,993 acres of land, the naturally flowing hot springs, and the well-established stagecoach stop. When Daniel moved to the rancho, gangs of lawless men were roaming the countryside robbing stages and wagons. Soon Daniel got involved with the “Vigilance Committee” whose goal it was to stop the lawlessness – and not long after the group made him sheriff. Now that stagecoaches could travel through the area, the regularly scheduled stage stopped in Paso Robles, bringing with it visitors to the area. For the next two decades, the Blackburns made improvements to the “resort” including building a bathhouse and hotel, and the fame started to grow. For more information turn to page 11 of “The History of Paso Robles Inn” by Ann Martin Bowler.

The Jesse James Suite (1868) – Two infamous outlaws, Frank and Jesse James, were busy robbing trains and getting themselves on the “Most Wanted” list. Then Jesse got shot and his lung wasn’t healing properly. In the spring of 1868, the duo headed to California to “cool off” and give Jesse a chance to heal. Frank made the overland journey by train and stage. Jesse, too weak for the overland journey, took a steam around the horn to San Francisco, and then traveled by stage to San Luis Obispo County where they sought refuge with their uncle. The hot springs in Paso Robles helped Jesse heal from his gunshot wounds and he and his brother were soon restless. The very next summer, their uncle bought them steamship tickets back to New York. For more information turn to page 26 of “The History of Paso Robles Inn” by Ann Martin Bowler.

The Paderewski Suite (1913) – Famous pianist Ignace Paderewski nearly had to end his career when his hands could no longer play. In an effort to save his career, Paderewski ventured to Paso Robles where he spent three weeks bathing in the mineral waters until his hands were restored. Now a firm believer in the baths’ health-giving properties, he and his Baroness wife, Helen, returned to the hot springs many times over the next 30 years. Today, the Paso Robles Inn is the proud owner of one of his pianos which sits in the entry to the ballroom. Guests can also dine in the private Paderewski Room located adjacent to the Steakhouse. For more information turn to page 59 of “The History of Paso Robles Inn” by Ann Martin Bowler.

The Pittsburgh Pirates Suites (1924) – The famed Pirates made Paso Robles and the hotel their designated spring training location from 1924 to 1934. Each year, the players were warmly welcomed into town. When the Pirate’s hosted a game, many businesses closed their doors so that everyone could watch. It was said that the hotel’s hot sulfur baths were the main reason for choosing Paso Robles as a training site – and greatly appreciated by the players to soothe stiff elbows and other aches and pains. During this era, Paso Robles developed one of the finest baseball diamonds in the nation. While other towns tried to lure big league teams with large sums of money, Pittsburgh actually paid Paso Robles $150 to use the local field. For more information turn to page 63 of “The History of Paso Robles Inn” by Ann Martin Bowler.

The J.H. Emsley Suite (1940) – Paso Robles Hot Springs Hotel’s golden era ended abruptly due to a massive fire on a cold December night in 1940. Despite arriving on the scene within minutes of the alarm, firefighters were quickly driven out of the hotel’s central hallways by scorching flames. Realizing that the central part of the hotel was doomed, firefighters concentrated their efforts on saving the gracious dining room wing of the hotel – now what we call the ballroom – and the only part of the hotel that survived the fire. This suite is named after J.H. Emsley, a brave night clerk who discovered the fire on the third floor. He hurried down the stairs and sounded the alarm, then ran from room to room to alert the guests. While 200 guests were escaping the fire, he suffered a heart attack and died. He was the only fatality caused by the tragic fire. For more information turn to page 76 of “The History of Paso Robles Inn” by Ann Martin Bowler.

The Tom Martin Suite (1999) – Tom Martin and his family purchased the Paso Robles Inn and immediately began a major renovation to bring the Inn back to its former glory. The first project was the coffee shop. Its 50-foot, circular counter was rebuilt and its original chrome bar stools reinstalled. A 172-square –foot mural depicting a South American cattle roundup was restored. Then onto the gardens… after replacing a dated pool and removing an asphalt driveway that cut through the gardens, bridges and walkways were created. Next, the dining room was updated, the rooms remodeled, and a major floor to ceiling restoration of the then boarded-up ballroom completed. Since then, there have been ongoing renovations at the Inn as the Martin Family continues to serve as stewards of the historic hotel. For more information turn to page 90 of “The History of Paso Robles Inn” by Ann Martin Bowler.

Beds: 1-2 View: Garden or Park

Accessible Rooms

ADA Accessible Accommodations at Our Downtown Paso Robles Hotel

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Each ADA accessible room at Paso Robles Inn features amenities that allow for the most relaxing stay at our ideal location in the heart of wine country. Every guest deserves to enjoy our spacious and comfortable guestrooms, modern decor, and pristine landscapes.

ADA Room Amenities at Paso Robles Inn

  • Accessible doors and doorways with at least 32-inches of clear width passage
  • Bathrooms that feature standard tub or roll-in showers and accessible toilet
  • Closed‐caption TVs
  • Volume control telephones
  • Lowered peep hole in door
  • Lowered shelf storage
  • Audible alarms
  • Electronic smoke detectors
  • TTY kits available upon request