La Bellasera Hotel And Suites
What We Love
- Convenient Central Coast location between LA and SF with easy access to the area’s 200+ wineries
- Pampering spa offers facials, body treatments, scrubs and hot stone massages
- Sunny pool deck with a fountain, whirlpool and firepit
What To Know
- Located next to the freeway, so there’s occasional road noise
- Book ahead for the popular live jazz night at Enoteca Restaurant & Bar each Thursday
- Fitness room is small but well-equipped
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
Set in one of California’s fastest growing wine regions, La Bellasera Hotel & Suites makes a comfy base for exploring Paso Robles’s more than 200 wineries. The hotel’s Italian- and Mediterranean-inspired design extends from the terracotta-tile-topped main building to the heavy stone walls and enormous white columns in the lobby. Guestrooms are simply done up in cream, mint and beige shades, with king beds, dark wood furnishings and tile bathrooms with standalone showers. Some rooms have sofas and gas fireplaces, and Whirlpool Suites have deep soaking tubs tucked into the corner of the bedroom. The destination Enoteca Restaurant & Bar is a favorite for Central Coast specialties like coconut crusted halibut, local sausage, and fig and gorgonzola flatbread. For sybarites, the spa offers pampering treatments from organic grape seed body scrubs to massages with lavender and patchouli oils, and there’s an outdoor swimming pool for daytime lazing between winery visits.
In the Area
An up-and-coming wine destination, Paso Robles is home to more than 200 wineries spread across 25,000 acres. Sample Bordeaux, Rhône and Zinfandel varietals at standout wineries like San Antonio, Vina Robles and Eberle, or follow the Pacific Coast Wine Trail or Back Roads Wineries of Paso Robles. For golfers, the Paso Robles Golf Club or River Oaks Golf Course are a short drive away, or get a dose of history at the hilltop Hearst Castle or Paso Robles Pioneer Museum.
How to Get There
It was our first visit to La Bellasera. My wife and I celebrated our birthdays in march of 2019. It's such a beautiful hotel. Very impressed. Our suite was awesome!!! Very relaxing and restful stay. Enjoyed our lunch and breakfast. We'll be back.
The beds were very comfortable, however the whole property needs an overhaul, it is definitely dated and tired. The rooms were dark. The customer service was very good, They go out of the way to give you water. They have coffee there almost all day. I would not stay there again unless it is updated again great customer service.
Rooms where comfortable and clean. Staff was very helpful and friendly. We enjoyed our breakfast in the restaurant.
Overall, if you find yourself in wine country, this is a nice place to call home while you are in the area.
We just spent two nights her for a weekend in wine country. It is well located and close to wineries, Tin City, and Paso. The staff were gracious, the food was great and the Friday and Saturday night wine tasting was a plus. We were in room 414 with a fireplace. Very quite.
We were celebrating our 30 year anniversary and my husband also had to work close by the following day. Neely and Edward were instrumental in making it a special and memorable one. We were given a 4th Fl.room with a jacuzzi . The room was very tasteful, comfortable and quiet. We also dined at the restaurant a few times and the food was excellent. The bartenders Eli and Dennis were extremely personable. Lots of good vibes at this property!