Paso Robles moving ahead on proposed downtown hotel

The Paso Robles Planning Department approved plans Tuesday for a new four-story hotel and rooftop bar to be located on the southeast corner of Pine and 10th streets.

Originally approved in 2014, the developers discarded plans to include a performing arts center and resubmitted a revised proposal. Current plans include 151 rooms, a restaurant, retail stores and and a pool set 17 feet above street level.

Original plans for Tuscan architecture were scrapped for a more modern design that includes outdoor cafe style seating. The project, dubbed Hotel Ava, is also slated to include 170 parking places.

Construction on the project is scheduled to begin next spring.

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