Planning commission approves Oaks Hotel expansion
At the Tuesday night Paso Robles Planning Commission meeting, the commission passed, by a 6-0 vote, a new project application filed by Mary Quan proposing to construct a new free standing 66 room hotel with a 3,000 square foot conference area and separate spa building, located near the existing Oaks Hotel.
The proposed project is located at 3002 Riverside Avenue. The city water manager determined that the city’s water system has sufficient capacity to satisfy the additional demand of the proposed hotel expansion. The project also meets zoning requirements.
The Paso Oaks Hotel site includes two parcels that total 4.7 acres. The existing 90 room hotel sits on the southerly 2.0 acre parcel and the proposed 66 room hotel expansion would be on the northerly 2.7 acre site.