New Hotel Paso Robles planned at Pine and 14th streets
–A new four-story hotel with 56 rooms is being planned in downtown Paso Robles. Plans for the Hotel Paso Robles were set to be reviewed on Monday by the Paso Robles Planning Commission’s Development Review Committee. The project consists of two separate parcels on the southeast and southwest corner of 14th Street and Pine Street.
The southwest corner currently has three single-story commercial buildings, including the Village Thrift Store. These buildings are proposed to be removed and a new boutique hotel will be constructed on the site. The new hotel will be four stories in height and will contain a banquet room and restaurant in addition to the hotel guest rooms.
The southeast corner currently has two single-story commercial buildings. One will be removed to create parking spaces, and one will remain, according to the plans for the hotel property.
Parking for the hotel will be valet only, and plans include a parking lot across the street to accommodate the vehicles. The lot will use parking lot lifts to create storage for 44 vehicles. Guests of the hotel will drop off and pick up their cars in a newly created drop-off area in front of the hotel.
The project’s owner is listed as Paso Robles Pine Street, LLC, 684 Higuera St., Ste. B, San Luis Obispo, CA. Architects on the project include Backen Gillam and Arris Studio.
The city’s development review committee reviews project plans and makes suggestions before the plans are brought to the planning commission. There is no date set yet for planning commission review.