The beaches of Pismo may be a bit grey and cold these days, but that shouldn’t stop you from getting cozy with your loved one at the newly opened Granada Hotel & Bistro in nearby San Luis Obispo.
In fact, the Granada is the first modern luxury boutique hotel in San Luis Obispo, the third largest wine region in California. Granada will feature 17 rooms and suites, a full-service restaurant and the city’s first rooftop lounge, bringing a new level of urban chic to the region.
Recommended Hotel: Granada Hotel & Bistro. Opened as recently as October, the Granada enjoys a prime location in downtown San Luis Obispo. The original 1920’s exposed brick building has been meticulously renovated for it’s new debut, offering a range of accommodations and four spacious balcony suites.
Each guest room features exposed brick walls, wood floors, marble top vanities, nickel-plated fixtures, Italian Linens by Fili d’Oro, goose down duvet and pillows and signature seersucker robes.
Check In: 126 Morro Street in San Luis Obispo, granadahotelandbistro.com, 805-544-9100.
Check Out: The Bistro. Already an established eatery in town, the Bistrow has been incorporated into the hotel and re-designed in industrial chic.
The restaurant continues to serve farm-to-table dishes inspired by Spanish, Cuban, and South American cuisine. Tapas, small plates, Al Pastor, char-cuterie and the freshest local seafood are complemented by an eclectic wine list including Spanish and Latin American selections, and a range of California’s artisan wine producers. A selection of meats, cheeses and prepared picnic baskets will also be available at the hotel signature boutique, ‘Butch.’
Don’t Miss: San Luis Obispo. A charming town that offer serves as a pit stop for drivers doing the north to south route, San Luis Obispo is a travel destination in its own right. The hotel offers bikes for guest to take advantage of the area, including San Luis Obispo’s world-class wine country, vibrant downtown shopping district, endless beach and outdoor adventures, miles of prime cycling terrain and one-of-a-kind cultural attractions such as Hearst Castle, Mission San Luis Obispo, and the famous Thursday Evening Farmers Market, located just one block from the hotel.
Blog post by Real Weddings Magazine’s Always a Bridesmaid Columnist, Darren Elms.
Photos courtesy of and copyright Granada Hotel & Bistro.
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