Drink in timeless Tuscan elegance at a retreat crafted with joy in Paso Robles’ wine country.



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  • Massage Services

    Massage Services

  • Hiking Trails

    Hiking Trails

  • Organic Food Options

    Organic Food Options

  • Vegetarian Food Options

    Vegetarian Food Options

  • Gluten-Free Food Options

    Gluten-Free Food Options

  • Spa On Property

    Spa On Property

  • Fitness Programs

    Fitness Programs

  • Rental Bikes

    Rental Bikes

  • Hypoallergenic Bedding

    Hypoallergenic Bedding

  • Organic Herb Garden on Property

    Organic Herb Garden on Property

  • Fruit Trees On Property

    Fruit Trees On Property

  • Meditation Area

    Meditation Area

  • Vegan Food Options

    Vegan Food Options


  • Water Efficient Fixtures

  • A\C Energy Saver

  • Towel Program

  • Tree Relocation Program

  • Recycle Program

  • EV Stations

  • LED Lighting

  • Room Temperature Control

  • Eco-Friendly Bath Products

  • Water Bottle Program

Community Impact

  • Locally Sourced Coffee

  • Local Artist Program

  • Local Farmers Program

  • New Jobs Created


  • Conde Nast Award
  • AAA Diamond Award


The Setting

Halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco is a jewel of California’s Central Coast known as Paso Robles Wine Country. A land known for rich agricultural heritage, rustic rural beauty, a historic downtown teeming with innovative restaurants and antique shops, over 200 renowned wineries, and notably, the Allegretto Vineyard Resort. The Tuscan-style refuge, set on 20 lush acres surrounded by rolling vineyards, is adorned with art and artifacts covering centuries of the human experience (a guided art tour is offered).

Also impressive is Allegretto’s resume of green initiatives, emphasizing water conservation, energy efficiency, waste reduction, and a list of positive agricultural and community impacts too extensive to name here. Allegretto is not only a luxury resort with its own wine label, but a celebration of life lived joyfully, harmoniously and best slipped slowly. 

Sleep and Sanctuary

Escape to the feeling of Tuscan-style serenity in the Allegretto’s 171 rooms and suites. The European-inspired lodgings take full advantage of the ground's natural beauty, with many of the rooms having terrazas overlooking rolling vineyards, the sparkling pool and Piazza Magica – with its Moroccan cupola and bell tower. In all rooms you’ll succumb to comfort with luxe bedding, chic furnishings, plush robes and slippers (encourage garb for a stroll to the spa or pool), and all modern conveniences. Find 14 two-room suites with the option of fireplaces, patios, and balconies to further indulge that pampered palace aspect. Almost all accommodation styles are ADA accessible, and all are pet-friendly. 

Eat. Pray. Eat.

Cello Restaurant & Bar welcomes you to a time when the local inn was the beacon for the finest cuisine and revelry in Paso Robles. Upscale and casual flare seamlessly blend at this Mediterranean-inspired trattoria. Discover creative Northern Italian dishes made from regionally foraged ingredients, an extensive wine list, chef’s garden-inspired craft cocktails, artisanal beers, and Allegretto’s signature culture of joy are shared by locals and guests alike. Case in point, large doors open onto a patio with iron fire bowls and bocce ball courts in a setting that takes full advantage of Paso’s beautiful warm evenings in summer and is heated for cozy al fresco dining in winter. Whether in designer jeans or elegant dress, guests are encouraged to escape from it all and come just as they are to experience friends and flavors in perfect harmony.



  • Free Parking

  • Complimentary Parking

  • Air Conditioning

  • Complimentary Coffee/Tea

  • Ipod Dock

  • Restaurant

  • Bar Lounge

  • Fire Pits on Property

  • Conference Rooms

  • Weddings

  • Gym

  • Pet Friendly

  • Mini Fridge

  • Jacuzzi

  • Bath Robes

  • Flat Screen TV

  • Minibar

  • Conference Halls

  • Concierge

  • Complimentary WiFi

  • Entertainment

  • Pool

  • Handicap Accessible


Check-in: 4 PM | Must be 18 years old to check-in | Late check-in upon availability. 
Check-out: 12 PM
Special check-in instructions
  • An adult age 18 or older must assume all liability for the booking
  • Front desk staff will greet guests on arrival

Staffed front desk


Pets not allowed (service animals are welcome, and are exempt from fees)

Children are welcome
  • Kids stay free! Up to 3 children stay free when using existing bedding
  • Rollaway/extra beds are not available
  • Free cribs (infant beds)



Kind Eats and Drinks
  • Enjoy wood-fired southern favorites and vegetables at Hatch
  • Dedicated to farm-to-table dining, Thomas Hill Organics serves up all things local
  • Tin City is a culinary catchall nestled amongst the oaks
Conscious Culture
  • Situated on 127 acres of the San Simeon Hillside, explore the lush gardens and vast collection of art of this National Historic Landmark, Hearst Castle
  • Explore the exhibitions or nurture your inner artist with a class at Studios on the Park
  • Discover the beautiful rolling fields of light at Sensorio
Mindful Adventures
Do Good for the Day
Be Kind to Yourself


2700 Buena Vista Drive - Paso Robles, California 93446


By Plane

35 miles from San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport (SBP) 

128 miles from Santa Barbara Airport (SBA) 

Other alternative International airport choices include San Jose International (SJA) 161 miles and San Francisco International (SFO) 191 miles away, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) 200 miles. 

By Train

From Goleta Amtrak Station near UC Santa Barbara, take the once-daily Coast Starlight to Paso Robles Amtrak Station ($30-$50). 

By Bus/Metro

From SBP, take the hourly 1A 1B bus to the Downtown Transit Center. Transfer at Government Center Osos & Palm and take the 1hr 20min number 9 bus to Cuesta College. Walk the remaining 400 meters. Travel time is about 2 hrs 45 min. 

From SBA take the 11 bus every 30 min to UCSB North Hall Outbound. Transfer at Santa Barbara Amtrak Bus stop then take Amtrak Thruway connecting service to Paso Robles Amtrak Station. Transfer to North County Transportation Center and take the 9 bus to Cuesta College. Walk the remaining 5 min. 

By Automobile

From SBP, Take CA-227 N. Go Left on South Street. Left on Higuera Street. Right on Madonna Road. Merge onto US-101 N. Take Exit 231 for CA-46 toward Fresno/Bakersfield. Left onto Buena Vista Drive. Destination will be on the right. 

From the San Francisco/ San Jose area – Merge onto US-101 South. Take Exit 231B for CA-46 E toward Fresno/Bakersfield. Turn Left onto CA-46 E. Left onto Buena Vista Drive. Destination will be on the left. 

There is complimentary self parking. Valet is an additional daily fee.