HISTORY


The Hotel Granada was originally built in 1922 by Mr. and Mrs. Remage who operated it as such for forty-six years. It was located next to the Elmo Theatre, which was the town’s premier Vaudeville venue.  At once thought to be an enclave for traveling artists and actors during the Vaudeville era, rumor is the hotel rooms were rented by the hour in the 1920’s, contributing to San Luis Obispo’s brothel business for many years of its operation.


NEIGHBORHOOD


The hotel is located in the heart of the historic downtown district in San Luis Obispo, halfway between LA and SF. 

Bordered by Edna Valley & Paso Robles wine region, Central Coast beaches, and the Seven Sisters Volcanic peaks, Granada Hotel & Bistro is centrally located to experience an array of nightlife, culture, hiking to wine tasting all within minutes from the property. 

Some of our favorite downtown haunts:
Scout CoffeeAmbiance SLO, Koberl at Blue, The Palm Theatre, Lenn Collective, and The Station.

 
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biking


We collaborated with Linus Bikes to bring our guests urban exploration on two wheels.

Our 7 speed bikes have steel frames, leather saddles, front baskets, bike locks and helmets.  Guests who decide to wine taste by bike, get VIP tastings from some of Edna Valleys finest tasting rooms. 

Linus bikes are complimentary for hotel guests and are highly encouraged during your stay. 

 
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