The Carlton is an historic hotel that was recently renovated, quite tastefully. The rooms are large and very comfortable. The second floor patio rooms have French doors opening onto a shared elevated patio, making it great for families that would like easy access to relatives while maintaining separate quarters.
Within the same building is a great bakery/coffee shop. It appears that a ground floor restaurant is also in the works. We dined at an excellent Mediterranean restaurant, Byblos (just around the corner) and a very popular pub two doors down, called Streetside Alehouse. Byblos delivered to the hotel lobby for us.
Traveller from Berkeley, CA
Situated in the historical district, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Sunken Gardens, Atascadero Historical Museum …More
We had a bad night unfortunately due to guest next door being drunk and fighting and another couple partying. Called down to the desk and they tried to correct it to the best they could. It was too late as we
couldn't sleep from this being from 1am to 4am off and on.
The hotel is very nice and service and food excellent. We just had a bad experience.
Situated in Paso Robles, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Paso Robles Event Center and Paso Robles Pioneer Museum …More
"The hotel was decent and we got an excellent price"
Overall the room was fine except for the shower
Which clogged up after one shower so my wife
Coudnt shower as well. Also the towels were way too
Small and kinda old... the wall heater kept sticking
So we woke up to a very hot room.
Traveller from Santa Barbara ca
Situated by the ocean, this hotel is 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Morro Strand State Beach and 1.7 mi (2.8 km) from Morro Rock. Morro …More
We took a quick trip to see are son at Cal poly and stayed at the Sea Air Inn.Only about 15 min to SLO. The hotel was walking distance to the Bay.The room was on the small side,but we were out enjoying the ocean views. We Love this little town and would stay here again.
Traveller from Livermore CA
Situated in Morro Bay, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Morro Bay Skateboard Museum and Morro Rock. Morro Bay State Park …More
Once a colony founded as the utopian vision of Golden Age magnate E.G. Lewis, the mid-sized city of Atascadero celebrates its heritage each July during the Colony Days Festival. Visitors can see rare species up close at Charles Paddock Zoo, or travel 17 miles west to the spacious sand beaches at Morro Bay. The city is also 1 hour from Hearst Castle, the dream of another Golden Age media magnate.