Pet friendly hotels in paso robles

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If you are thinking about bringing your furry best friend with you on your wine-tasting vacation, good news, there are numerous dog friendly hotels in Paso Robles for you to choose from. Find out the 7 best Paso Robles dog friendly hotels to help you plan for your stay in wine country!

Included in this post, you can find the pet policy for each hotel and a little summary of the accommodation. You will have your hotel for the weekend booked in no time and move on to more important things, like wine!

My husband and I love to travel with our 3-year-old Golden Retriever, Cash, so it was a huge relief when we discovered how dog friendly Paso Robles, California is.

Typically, when traveling with a large dog, you are very limited on your choices for hotels. You definitely make a compromise and might not book a hotel that would be your first choice to stay.

However, there are so many fantastic dog friendly hotels in Paso Robles at every budget to choose from. You could stay in luxury or find affordable accommodations for you and your pup.

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Is Paso Robles Worth Visiting?

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Paso Robles is an incredible destination to visit. Located in the middle of California’s Central Coast, halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles, Paso Robles is perfect for a weekend getaway.

Experience the beauty of Paso Robles. Taste delicious wine with jaw-dropping panoramic views of rolling hills. It truly feels like a slice of Tuscany in California.

Where to Stay in Paso Robles

When choosing a hotel, the first thing that I usually look for is location. To me, location is everything. However, Paso Robles is one of those places where I would say that you don’t have to worry as much about the location of your hotel.

Most of the wineries are spread out and in different regions, so you will be driving no matter what. A lot of the hotels may be located off an exit off of the highway. However, you will still be within 5 to 10 minutes of downtown and 15 to 30 minutes from most wineries.

Downtown Paso Robles

If it is your first time visiting Paso Robles or if you prefer to be closer to a lively atmosphere, Downtown Paso Robles may be the perfect location for you to book your hotel.

Downtown offers boutique shopping, farm-to-table restaurants, art galleries, and wine tasting rooms. It is a charming town, with brick sidewalks and historic buildings that line the streets. Even if you are not staying Downtown, you should absolutely make it a point to visit or make dinner reservations at one of the many delicious restaurants.

7 Paso Robles Dog Friendly Hotels

Inn Paradiso

5 Star HotelInn Paradiso is a luxurious oasis in Paso Robles. Only 10 minutes away from downtown, Inn Paradiso is the perfect location to plan a relaxing and rejuvenating getaway. There are 6 private suites at the property, 3 of which are dog friendly.

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Paso Inn is a boutique and 5-star hotel. Each room is uniquely styled in mid-century furniture, architecture, and art. The lavish rooms offer amenities such as luxury linens, a cozy fireplace, and balcony views of the hills of Paso Robles.

Pet Policy:

  • A one-time cleaning fee of $100 per dog per stay.
  • In event of unusual damage caused by the dog, the dog owner will be charged accordingly.
  • Dogs may not be left unattended on the property. In the event a dog is left unattended a nonnegotiable fee of $350 per dog per incident will be charged.

Why Stay at inn Paradiso:

  • Outdoor pool
  • Suites with fireplaces and private balconies
  • Located 10 minutes from downtown Paso Robles. Quiet, tranquility and privacy
  • Walking trail around the property
  • Inn Paradiso is situated on two and a half acres. You will find oak, olive and rare fruit trees. Also, there is an abundance of lavender, rosemary and sage on the property.
  • A library and an extensive art collection
  • Picnic area and garden

Hotel Cheval

4 Star Hotel Hotel Cheval offers a unique and luxurious stay at their beautiful boutique hotel in the heart of Downtown Paso Robles. You will be only steps away from numerous restaurants, wine tasting rooms, and shopping. If you’re already not sold on a stay at Hotel Cheval, they also serve complimentary s’mores every night in their courtyard. Most importantly, Hotel Cheval makes sure your pup has a comfortable stay as well. They offer a dog bed, bowl, and clean-up bags.

Pet Policy:

  • Two dogs per room
  • $45 charge per dog, per day ($100 per dog maximum per stay)
  • Dogs must be kept on a leash and not be left unattended in rooms

Why Stay at Hotel Cheval:

  • Gourmet breakfast buffet
  • Welcome cookies from the local favorite “Brown Butter Cookie Company”
  • Complimentary S’mores!!
  • Access to the fitness center

La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Paso Robles

2 Star Hotel Some of the hotels in Paso Robles can get pretty pricey. If you’re looking for affordable accommodation, La Quinta Inn & Suites may be the best option for you. A comfortable and budget-friendly hotel, La Quinta is also only a 5-minute drive from downtown Paso Robles. Also, a nice perk of staying at La Quinta Inn is that they do not charge a pet fee!

Pet Policy:

  • Max of 3 pets permitted at no charge.

Why Stay at La Quinta Inn & Suites Paso Robles:

  • Budget-friendly
  • 5-minute drive to downtown
  • Free breakfast
  • Outdoor pool & fitness center

Allegretto Vineyard Resort

4 Star Hotel I could rave on and on about Allegretto Vineyard Resort. I had an incredible stay at Allegretto with my husband and our dog Cash. It is a gorgeous Tuscan-inspired resort that is surrounded by Allegretto’s picturesque vineyards.

If you want luxury for you and your pup, look no farther than Allegretto Vineyard Resort. They have many incredible amenities to ensure you will have a great stay, such as wine tastings from their vineyard, a beautiful outdoor patio with cozy fire pits, a spa, and a farm-to-table restaurant. All of this, and they are also pet-friendly!!

If you really want to treat your dog, they have a special dog-friendly menu that serves poached chicken, filet mignon, and a doggie dessert. Also, I love that their pet-friendly rooms give you direct access to the courtyard, so easy to get your dog out in the morning or late at night for their potty breaks.

Pet Policy:

  • Pet Fee: $100 non-refundable fee per pet for up to two nights. Maximum 2 pets per room
  • 40lb max on all pets (not enforced, my dog is well over 40 lbs, and they allowed it)
  • Pets must be on a leash at all times while on property
  • Pet(s) must be removed from the guestroom at the time of housekeeping service.

Why Stay at Allegretto Vineyard Resort:

  • Allegretto wine tasting room
  • Vineyard tours & events
  • Art tours
  • Guided meditation & weekend yoga
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Restaurant onsite
  • George the Alpaca (if this doesn’t convince you then, I don’t know what will haha)
  • Spa
  • 5-minute drive to downtown Paso Robles

Paso Robles Inn

3 Star Hotel Paso Robles Inn is centrally located across from the historic Paso Robles town square. It is the ideal location if you want to be within walking distance of shopping, restaurants, and over 20 wine tasting rooms. Their dog friendly rooms are outstanding!

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One of the coolest amenities they offer is a private balcony or patio with a spa tub. Just imagine relaxing with a glass of wine, soaking in a hot tub, outside with beautiful views overlooking their gardens.

Pet Policy:

  • $50 per night for up to 2 dogs with a maximum fee of $100 per stay.
  • Dogs may not be left unattended in the room and must be on a leash at all times

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Why Stay at Paso Robles Inn:

  • Great location downtown
  • Lush serene gardens
  • Outdoor heated pool and hot tub
  • Onsite Steakhouse & Lounge

The Oaks Hotel & Suites Ascend Hotel Collection

3 Star Hotel Another budget-friendly option to stay in Paso Robles. The Oaks Hotel & Suites is about a 5-minute drive to downtown Paso Robles. We have stayed here before with our dog and had a good experience. The rooms were clean and nice for a great price, especially compared to other hotels in Paso Robles. The Oaks Hotel & Suites is a great option if you plan on spending little time at the hotel and do not need the extra amenities.

Pet Policy:

  • $40.00 Per Stay.
  • A maximum of 70 pounds
  • 2 pets per room.

Why Stay at The Oaks Hotel & Suites:

  • 5-minute drive to Downtown
  • Outdoor pool
  • Free breakfast
  • Lounge/Bar

Holiday Inn Express Paso Robles

3 Star HotelThe recently updated and renovated Holiday Inn Express is another great hotel for a weekend in Paso Robles. With amenities like free breakfast, an indoor pool, and a fitness center. The Holiday Inn has everything you would need for a comfortable stay in Paso Robles at a low cost.

Pet Policy:

  • Holiday Inn Express only accepts dogs
  • 2 dog maximum
  • Pet fee is 30 USD per pet, per day
  • Pet rooms are available in only specific rooms
  • Dogs cannot be left alone in the room at any time

Why Stay at Holiday Inn Express & Suites Paso Robles

  • Breakfast included
  • Located 3 miles from Downtown Paso Robles
  • A heated indoor pool and hot tub
  • Fitness center

In Conclusion: Paso Robles Dog Friendly Hotels

As I mentioned above, Paso Robles is incredibly dog friendly! The numerous options of Paso Robles dog friendly hotels make planning for this trip a breeze. If you are still debating on bringing your dog with you for a weekend of wine tasting, my advice is to do it!

We always have a fantastic time in Paso Robles! And our dog is always welcomed with open arms at most of the wineries and restaurants.

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