Allegretto Vineyard Resort
What We Love
- Upscale European-inspired decor and amenities, like a bocce court
- Twenty acres of vineyard for guests to stroll through at their leisure
- Convenient location just north of Paso Robles and close to dozens of wineries in the region
What To Know
- The restaurant, which just opened on October 1, features a California-inspired menu
- The $25 resort fee includes pool and gym access, WiFi and valet parking
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- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Opened in summer 2015, this elegant 171-room property brings Tuscan flair to California’s wine region, with centuries-old grapevines, olive trees and stone fountains in the courtyard — reminiscent of a villa in the Italian countryside. The interiors, meanwhile, have a modern-day fairy-tale ambience, from the dramatic staircase and handsome stone fireplace in the lobby to the owner’s original artworks, which are found throughout the resort. Light-filled 450-square-foot rooms feature soaring 14-foot ceilings and a dreamy cloud pattern on the walls. An on-site spa and pool, complete with private cabanas perfect for drinking in the spectacular views of the California sunset, round out the delicious feeling of la dolce vita.
In the Area
Vino-loving visitors will enjoy the vast array of wineries to choose from in the Paso Robles wine region, regarded by many wine experts as one of the finest in California. Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre are popular varietals in these parts, and many wineries pride themselves on their GSM blends. Recommended stops include Saxum Vineyards, whose winemaker creates his wines in his garage; Justin Vineyards & Winery, a recent nominee for Wine Enthusiast American Winery of the Year; and Tablas Creek, a Rhone-style winery that helped put Paso on the map as an emerging wine region.
How to Get There
Amazing facility with luxury and warm hospitality galore! We loved our stay. A slice of heaven with the beautiful gardens and all the amenities. Luzia took our reservations with warm welcoming and cheer. She even made a special effort to introduce herself at check out and inquire if all our expectations were met. Linda welcomed us the to hotel Library and assured us we were welcome to borrow books and sit by the fire to relax and enjoy. Bed comfortable. Double sinks in the bathrooms with an oversized shower. Excellent coffee in the lobby. Don't delay. You will love this hotel. Make time to enjoy this special oasis.
Stayed one night (Room 149-highly recommend 1st floor overlooking vineyard) on May 12th. Everything from start to finish was perfection.
It felt like we were transported into Tuscany for a day...The rooms were spotless, modern and all ammenities were at our fingertips.
Staff was over the top friendly...
We had spa treatments at the Spa Allegretto and I had Alejandra for a 50 minute massage which was literally THE best massage of my life.
We had lunch at the restaurant and the food was out of this world too especially outside on the patio overlooking the stunning views.
We attended a concert at the local Amphithetre and this location is a perfect location to rest, relax and enjoy a show.
Cannot reccommend this place enough and cannot wait to return!
Well done team!
My husband surprised me with a massage for Mother’s Day at this spa. We moved here about 9 years ago from La Jolla, San Diego and it has been challenging to find a comparable spa experience until now. My entire day was wonderful. The staff and my masseuse were incredible. They also treated me to an infrared sauna visit with aromatherapy afterwards. I felt relaxed and refreshed and I can’t wait to go back. Thank you Allegretto! You are a piece of La Jolla on the Central Coast.
This hotel is one of the most beautiful hotels I we have stayed out. The hotel grounds are beautiful and rooms are beautifully decorated and spacious. We will definitely will stay here again. Location is very convenient close to town and great wineries!
We're regular travelers to the Paso Robles area for visits to wine country, and this was our first and last time staying at the Allegretto. The hotel chose to book both a wedding and a prom event on the same evening, which shut off enormous parts of the hotel and didn't allow us to get to our car, our room or the pool without long detours. I understand the hotel choosing to make a lot of money by overloading with events, but they certainly didn't compensate guests with a lower rate or any additional service. When the check-in staff is complaining about the chaos all over the hotel, management has clearly made an error. Our room was fine but instead of enjoying the facilities, we needed to take an uber to the square to get away. It was one weekend, but it was a clear picture into how management views its guests and what it values. It's clearly not a good experience for guests. We would have done much better to save 75% of the cost and get a better experience at the Hampton Inn down the road. We won't be returning here. Separately, to management, by 3PM the only chairs with sunshine at the pool are in cabanas that require payment, which makes everyone else clear out. That's a poor setup that should be changed for future guests.