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February 21, 2014 11:14 AM

More hotels are in Paso Robles' future as tourism continues to grow

In the next decade, Paso Robles officials expect the number of hotel rooms in the city to double. “Investment in hotels is a reflection of the area becoming more of a destination on a national and international scale,” said city manager Jim App.

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