Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Allegretto Vineyard Resort Earns Coveted AAA Rating

The Allegretto Vineyard Resort has been placed in exclusive company with its recent selection as a Four Diamond hotel by AAA. This achievement ranks the Allegretto Vineyard Resort as a premier establishment esteemed by AAA’s professional inspectors, the hospitality industry, and over 57 million AAA/CAA members. Fewer than six percent of the nearly 28,000 properties approved by AAA achieve this prestigious honor. Such a distinction is a testament to the commitment of the resort’s management and staff to cultivate excellence.

“There is a calming energy present in this resort that is palpable as soon as guests arrive,” said Rich Verruni, general manager of Allegretto Vineyard Resort. “Each detail tells a story and creates a connection, inviting guests to have their own reaction to the space. We take great pride in creating those special moments for our visitors,” Verruni added.

AAA’s Diamond Rating is determined not only by the hotel’s features and amenities, but also its level of service with a focus on overall guest experience. Since opening its doors in September of 2015, the Allegretto has dedicated itself to creating a sanctuary for visitors, inviting them to find respite in the resort’s 20 acres filled with vineyards, orchards, chef’s garden, walking paths and central piazza. The resort is distinguished by its commitment to the museum-quality art and artifacts which have found their place throughout the Tuscan-inspired retreat and are all carefully curated by visionary Douglas Ayres. Visitors to the resort are treated to gracious hospitality and a guest-first approach that focuses on attention to detail and creating a memorable and personalized experience for all.

AAA dedicates itself to providing travel information to its 57 million members and has been using the Diamond Rating System since 1977. The Guidelines are regularly updated to reflect evolving industry trends and guest expectations. An inspector’s Diamond Rating recommendation is based on both personal professional judgment and the agency’s Diamond Rating Guidelines. A Four Diamond rating means a hotel is “refined, stylish wit upscale physical attributes, extensive amenities and a high degree of hospitality, service and attention to detail.”

The Allegretto Vineyard Resort prides itself on providing each of its guests with a first-class experience that stays with them long after their stay is over. The Four Diamond distinction from AAA solidifies that the Allegretto, the premiere destination resort in the wine country of Paso Robles, California, has established itself as the premium choice for travelers to the area.

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