What did I know about Allegretto before booking a couple of nights there? I learned that it was voted the #6 resort in Northern California by Conde Nast. And after I posted about it on my Eve’s Wine 101 Facebook group my friends enlightened me more.
What Facebook Friends are Saying
Marleen R.: Never been but did research about going there. Their art pieces are beautiful, and as in the name, also has a music inclination. It’s on my list of hotels to stay in!
Usually around my birthday month, as it’s offseason. Don’t forget to go to their restaurant, Cello! Food looks divine there.
Doug M.: Resort sponsors The Garagiste Festival. It’s fantastic. I love staying there! Be sure to walk the grounds.
Debra H.: We love this place, always have a great time! The longer it’s there, the more beautiful the grounds become, it was brand new the first time we stayed.
John D.: Lovely place. Beautiful grounds.
Betty H.: It’s beautiful Luke and I love staying there!
Lilia M.: We stay there all the time when we’re in Paso! Truly the best place to stay in the area. The service is outstanding, beautiful grounds, amazing food from the restaurant and great massages at the spa.
Terry B.: Yes. Love it there. Met Doug Ayers. Photography friendly. There’s a beautiful image at every glance. Also, the Allegretto is pet friendly. Our friends brought their small dog. They had a room on the lower level with “hardwood floors” and a sliding patio door.
Rose C.: We were just there for a NYE party. Beautiful resort.
Steve C.: Been there many times. They really know how to support the local community. The artwork on the site is very impressive.
Michelle T.: I want to go now after reading your post.
“In 2001, the Ayres Hotels brand was launched with the opening of Ayres Hotel Laguna Woods, Ayres Hotel Anaheim, and Ayres Hotel Seal Beach. Between 2001 and 2005, all hotels were transitioned and became Ayres Hotels, a collection of handcrafted boutique hotels with European-inspired décor, living room style lobbies, and a home-like atmosphere.
In 2002, Ayres Hotels was awarded the Orange County Business Journal Family Owned Business Award in the Large Business category. Doug Ayres continued to elevate the brand with the opening of the exquisite Ayres Hotel Manhattan Beach in 2004.” Read more here: https://www.ayreshotels.com/about/history
Eve Bushman has a Level Two Intermediate Certification from the Wine and Spirits Education Trust (WSET), a “certification in first globally-recognized course” as an American Wine Specialist ® from the North American Sommelier Association (NASA), Level 1 Sake Award from WSET, was the subject of a 60-minute Wine Immersion video (over 16k views), authored “Wine Etiquette for Everyone” and has served as a judge for the Long Beach Grand Cru and the Global Wine Awards. You can email Eve@EveWine101.com to ask a question about wine or spirits.