The $100 bundle comes in the form of gift cards, and visitors can choose between itineraries upon arrival. People can select from food and wine, arts and culture, outdoor exploring and one for the remote worker/digital nomad.
The offer is good for the first 500 people to book a room.
Book a two-night stay, Sunday through Thursday, at a participating hotel or inn. Once the booking is confirmed, the guest will then need to email their confirmation to [email protected] to see if they are one of the first 500.
Guests should make their first stop the San Luis Obispo Visitor Center, located at 895 Monterey Street in the heart of downtown, to select an itinerary and retrieve their gift card bundle. They include the following:
• Hiking on coast
• Malene Winery
• Tolosa Winery
• San Luis Obispo Mission de Tolosa
• Downtown SLO Farmers’ Market
An Added Bonus
Each time a guest checks into a SLO-tel, they’re automatically helping the environment through Keys for Trees, a new initiative where hotels have set aside a percentage of their annual revenue to help the community flourish by planting 10,000 new trees by 2035 – the year the city aims to achieve carbon neutrality.
The Fine Print
Blackout dates and certain rules and regulations apply, including valid for new bookings only and bookings made after Feb. 1. Booking confirmations must be sent prior to arrival. San Luis Obispo’s Midweek Escape is valid on bookings made after February 1 and travel must be completed by March 31.
The offer is valid for the first 500 qualified reservations. Once an itinerary has been selected, it cannot be changed. The Visitor Center is open daily from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and until 6:00 p.m. Thursday through Saturday. For more information, go to www.visitslo.com.