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Paso Robles: Adelaide Inn

1215 Ysabel Ave., Phone: (805) 238-2770
www.adelaideinn.com

Reviewed by: KeithfromVA from VA, review #3191

When: March 2012

Great value for wine tasting in Paso Robles

We stayed two nights in the Adelaide Inn at an average rate of $112/night. It is an older motel, but our room had been refurbished recently and was roomy and attractive. The beds were comfortable and the linens were above average. The bathroom had two sinks which was a nice feature and the shower put out plenty of hot water with good pressure.

We enjoyed the cookies in the afternoon and the scones/muffins in the morning. They gave us coupons for $5 off per person for breakfast at Margie's Diner next door. Unfortunately, Margie's Diner was so overpriced that the $5 off only made breakfast reasonable.

They also gave us a number of coupons for free tastings at wineries. We liked Vina Robles, Adelaida, and Tablas Creek.

The only downside was noise. It wasn't terrible, but you could hear someone upstairs taking a shower. Fortunately, I slept fine.


Reviewed by: Luisa from CA, review #3108

When: August 2011

Well located motel with spotless good sized rooms.

This motel was very clean and well kept up. It appeared to be recently remodeled. Small pool with lounge chairs, very close to downtown Paso Robles for shopping and restaurants and very convenient for wine tasting.

Each room has a microwave, refrigerator and coffee ensuite, nice shower and tub. There is a large dressing/bathroom area, and a comfortable chair. Very comfortable bed and nice linens - bedding is nicer than most 4* hotels. Parking is right outside the room.

We would certainly stay here again. Rooms with this quality are hard to find for under $100/night.


Reviewed by: JDeQ from Canada, review #1977

When: March 2007

Wonderful motel in the midst of the Paso Robles wine country.

Room sitting area, photo by moi

The Adelaide Inn is amazing!

We were given a room that had just been renovated - it was huge and very well decorated, in fact I think it is one of the best rooms I have stayed in recent memory.

When I checked in at the front desk there were freshly baked cookies with white chocolate, dried cranberries, and dried blueberries. Frankly after that the room could have been in a dumpster and I wouldn't have minded! The front desk staff was quite helpful and was able to make numerous recommendations about things to see or do in the area.

Our room (a deluxe king) cost only $90 including all taxes. This is one of the best travel bargains I have ever had!

The room was huge. Recently renovated the furniture was new and tasteful. The hotel provided free internet hook up. There was a lot of storage space. I appreciated the refrigerator and microwave. The bathroom was large and clean.

The hotel features a pool and a Jacuzzi although we used neither.

We slept well here, not hearing any of the sounds that often keep you awake in motels.

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