If you haven’t visited in a while, you haven’t seen SLO’s new high end. ... Its location means you can do all your downtown exploring without a car (loaner bikes are included) and you’ll have a spa and a pool on hand for hot days.
...happy hour and dinner at Hotel SLO were calling. A day of red wine and plenty of good food meant I had to order a salad at the steakhouse Ox + Anchor, but while I couldn't enjoy the steak I was dreaming of, Imani strongly endorsed hers.
...Hotel San Luis Obispo offers plenty of postmodern California decor, aesthetically comfy rooms and suites, and Chef Ryan Fancher’s creative twist on farm-to-table cuisine at Piadina and Ox + Anchor.
Grab a drink on the roof at Hotel San Luis Obispo’s High Bar, indulging in some delightfully crafted cocktails and small bites, set against a backdrop of rolling hills.
... Hotel San Luis Obispo’s pool is at lobby level next to the S.Low bar. It makes for a fine people watching before dinner at Ox + Anchor, a classic steak house where an “Oscar-style” option loads a Kobe flat iron with Dungeness crab, asparagus, and béarnaise.
San Luis Obispo is a great halfway point if driving to Napa from Los Angeles. The new 78-room resort is modern, bright and airy. Rooms reflect the young beachy vibe of the city.
Mom will love unwinding at onsite Sol Spa, where she’ll find an indoor-outdoor relaxation lounge, salt sauna, and meditation room.
...Michelin Guide agreed, adding Ox + Anchor to its list of “New” California restaurants last year, a hint that Fancher’s steakhouse may be in the running for a coveted Michelin star down the road.
Long considered a sleepy road stop halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, the charming town of San Luis Obispo at the foot of the Santa Lucia Range in Central California — close to Hearst Castle — is slightly older than both those cities and is a destination unto itself. And, it appears that hoteliers Circe Sher and Paolo Petrone of Piazza Hospitality, whose Hotel Healdsburg helped to ignite a cultural renaissance in Healdsburg, thought so too.
Hotels and resorts are offering some of the most flexible spring break packages for families that we’ve ever seen, so you can book now and cross your fingers that when spring break comes along you’ll be able to travel.
Smack dab in the middle of Los Angeles and San Francisco—three hours equidistant in either direction—San Luis Obispo County (SLO) offers travelers the best of two California worlds.
Hotel San Luis Obispo, which opened in 2019, features stylish, airy rooms done in contemporary décor with pops of color, and balconies overlooking the pool. The rooftop bar, High Bar, with its beautiful views, is a local favorite.
... Hotel San Luis Obispo puts you front and center in the action of downtown. Modern and spacious with a splash of color, the comfy rooms open to balconies with lovely city and hillside views.
I’m ready for bed now, and there’s one waiting for me just on the other side of the Cuesta Grade. I glide down the hill, and before I know it I’m pulling up to the Hotel San Luis Obispo.
The rooftop bar, overlooking rolling green hills, is a nice spot to read your new purchase before a drive to nearby beaches.
Michelin Guide Inspectors spend all year on the road uncovering the best restaurants to recommend—and what they’ve found is too good to keep a secret.
Hotel San Luis Obispo is elegant and modern in design and its expansive rooftop terrace and accompanying lounge, High Bar, is the spot to watch the sun set over the surrounding Seven Sisters mountains.
Head further north along the California coast for outdoor space with boutique vibes at Hotel San Luis Obispo. Its rooftop terrace with mountain and downtown views comfortably holds groups of up to 100 people.
Once we entered the gorgeous room, we never wanted to leave. There was more than enough space for our family of 5 in the suite, everything was new and highly stylized and the beds were beyond comfortable (which is key as exhausted parents know).
Outdoor spaces, rooftop bars and alfresco lounges are also in demand, exemplified by California's new Hotel San Luis Obispo
The Hotel SLO’s Learn, Play, Explore package helps harried parents who’ve been caring for their children while working full-time find a California Coast respite.
If you want a beautiful, comfortable and upscale stay which offers some nightlife mixed with a rock star ambience then Hotel SLO is the property for you.
This can be a great home-base as you drive along the coast and discover surrounding beaches...
Sleepy San Luis Obispo is home to what might be the Central Coast’s coolest new hotel.
A contemporary spin on a classic steakhouse, Ox + Anchor sets an elegant yet approachable tone for dinner.
Set up operations at this San Luis Obispo boutique hotel, a block from the Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa...
Luxurious, yet laid-back, the 78-room hotel provides a sophisticated home base for exploring California’s Central Coast and its many attractions, while also serving as a destination unto itself.
... located right in the midst of the city’s historic district and shop-lined streets, and matches the colorful quirkiness of the city, though steering in the direction of contemporary refinement as opposed to kitsch.
Of the hotel’s 78 rooms, brides should lock down the Morro Suite which boasts high ceilings, big windows with mountain views, balconies and white oak floors, all of which make a great setting for wedding-prep photos.
Downtown San Luis Obispo (or SLO, as locals call it), saw a big boost at the end of 2019 with the opening of ... Hotel San Luis Obispo
The hotel offers airy suites and rooms that echo a soft bohemian aesthetic..
Hotel San Luis Obispo introduces an elevated level of luxury to the city...
.. things just got even better on California’s central coast with the opening of the Prim Preserve ..
Piazza Hospitality ... has brought their striking, cutting-edge design and cushy amenities south to another small and lovable wine country town: SLO.
Did we mention that San Luis Obispo has been named one of the happiest cities in America?
That’s when a guest services agent at Hotel SLO, a new 78-room boutique hotel in San Luis Obispo, California, blew his mind.