Crowne Plaza Pittsburgh West-Green Tree401 Holiday Dr, Pittsburgh 3.5 out of 5.0
Located just 3 miles from Downtown Pittsburgh, off of Interstate 376, we are close to all the action Downtown including PNC Park, Heinz Field, Consol Energy ...
My stay was great. The staff was great and the room was very clean. I would definitely stay there again.
Kimpton Hotel Monaco Pittsburgh620 William Penn Place, Pittsburgh 4.5 out of 5.0
Located in Downtown Pittsburgh, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of U.S. Steel Tower, PNC Park, and Monongahela Incline. University of Pittsburgh and ...
Stylish hotel with a fantastic restaurant and very knowledgeable front-desk staff. Our room was very quiet and comfortable.
Hyatt Regency Pittsburgh International Airport1111 Airport Blvd, Pittsburgh 3.5 out of 5.0
An enclosed, climate-controlled, moving walkway connects this well-appointed hotel directly to Pittsburgh International Airport. IKEA and other top shopping ...
Came in very late from delayed flight. Easy check in.
Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown600 Commonwealth Pl, Pittsburgh 3.5 out of 5.0
This downtown hotel is at the gateway to the cultural district, facing Point State Park and Pittsburgh's famed Three Rivers.
Liked the location of the hotel, right on the edge of downtown. Staff was friendly and helpful. The line to check in and check out wss short which was convenient
Omni William Penn Hotel530 William Penn Place, Pittsburgh 4.0 out of 5.0
The historic Omni William Penn Hotel is opposite Steel Plaza T Station in downtown Pittsburgh. Guests can walk 4 blocks to Heinz Hall for the Performing Arts, ...
The Omni William Penn was a truly luxurious experience. The staff was professional, the room was clean and comfortable, and lastly the lobby was beautiful! Make sure to visit the downstairs Speakeasy.
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Suites Pittsburgh DowntownOne Bigelow Square, Pittsburgh 3.5 out of 5.0
This centrally located hotel is a block from the Consol Energy Center and 5 blocks from the David Lawrence Convention Center; across the street is a subway station ...
The hotel was in a perfect location, the staff was wonderful and the room was clean and spacious. A small fridge would have been helpful. Also a humidifier would have improved the quality of the rooms environment.
Red Roof PLUS+ Pittsburgh South - Airport6404 Steubenville Pike, Pittsburgh 2.5 out of 5.0
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 0.8 mi (1.2 km) from The Mall at Robinson and within 6 mi (10 km) of Moon Golf Club and Pittsburgh Botanic Garden. Moon ...
This facility provides a place to sleep that meets our requirements. Good room rates. Clean Resturants nearby Close to intestate highway Quick, courteous chexk-in
Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square300 West Station Square Drive, Pittsburgh 3.5 out of 5.0
Standing along the banks of the Monongahela River, this hotel is in Station Square, the city's playground, brimming with restaurants, shops, and nightlife; the ...
Right next door to hard rock, bar Louie, Joe's Crab Shack, melting pot, houlihans and many other restaurants.
Quality Inn University Center3401 Blvd Of The Allies, Pittsburgh 2.5 out of 5.0
Situated in Pittsburgh's Oakland, this hotel is 1 block from Magee-Women's Hospital. University of Pittsburgh Medical Center is a half-mile from the hotel and ...
Great location if you are in town traveling to UPMC (within a reasonable walking distance) and are on a budget. The hotel itself is nothing special, but I don't think that anyone would be expecting a "5-star" experience based on the rate/hotel brand. They do have an attached Panera, which is a plus. ...
Hyatt Place Pittsburgh-North Shore260 North Shore Drive, Pittsburgh 3.0 out of 5.0
Hyatt Place Pittsburgh-North Shore is a mile from the city center, with a free hotel shuttle and a nearby metro station putting downtown within easy reach. Sports ...
Very accommodating manager at check in! Pittsburgh is a very cool city to visit. Wish we had more time
Find culture and scenic views in Pittsburgh
The Ohio, Allegheny and Monongahela rivers meet in the great city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Thanks to Andrew Carnegie and his numerous expansion programs, the city was once the world's leading producer of steel. Its towering skyscrapers now house American tech companies and a thriving financial sector.
The downtown area of the city bears the hallmarks of a revitalization that began in the 1960s and continues today. The downtown waterfront that was once home to giant steel mills is now filled with green spaces, civic buildings and architecturally important high-rises. Each Pittsburgh neighborhood is unique, but remains connected to the others through efficient rapid transit networks.
Things to do
Historical attractions and museums
One of the most scenic historical attractions is the Duquesne Incline railroad. It has been in operation since 1877 and features two original cable cars to serve Mount Washington and Duquesne Heights. The upper section is a wonderful site for photographs of the cityscape below.
The Carnegie Museum of Art holds an impressive collection of American and European paintings, sculptures and other art. The Andy Warhol Museum features the works of the legendary pop artist who was born on Pittsburgh's Northern Side. Finally, the Frick Art and Historical Center is a combination of museums and historical buildings at the East End of town. It displays a variety of art from the 16th to 18th centuries.
Amusement parks and family attractions
One of America's oldest amusement parks can be found in Pittsburgh. Kennywood was founded in 1898 and continues to entertain families with its wide range of rides. Take a spin on the old-fashioned carousel or enjoy the latest technology of a steel looping roller coaster.
Animal lovers will enjoy a visit to the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium. The zoo houses thousands of animals, including 22 endangered species, and a two-story aquarium.
One of the best places to shop in Pittsburgh is the Strip District. Formally occupied by railroads and warehouses, this is now one of the liveliest areas in the city. This 1/2-square-mile site is filled with ethnic food shops, produce markets and sidewalk vendors.
Anyone in the western region of Pennsylvania is familiar with Pittsburgh’s leading sports teams. Football fans in the area are dedicated to the Steelers. In the fall, attend a home game at Three Rivers Stadium. In the spring, enjoy a baseball game and cheer for the Pirates. Hockey enthusiasts can follow the Penguins as well.
An eclectic range of influences can be found in the cuisine that is most popular in the city. A favorite place to eat for locals is Primanti Brothers Shop in the Strip District, where tasty sandwiches are served with a topping of French fries. Nearby is a fine Italian restaurant owned by television chef Lidia Bastianich. One of the best burgers can be found at Tessaro's in Bloomfield.
Where to stay
Pittsburgh is a large metropolitan area, so it offers numerous hotels suited for vacations and business trips. Pittsburgh hotels run the gamut from large luxury suites to boutique accommodations. The Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel offers top amenities in the downtown area. It is housed in the iconic Fulton Building and offers some of the best city views. Room rates average around $300 a night. For a fraction of the cost, budget travelers can choose a chain hotel like the Days Inn.
Best time to visit
The most popular time to visit Pittsburgh is spring. Conventions are commonly planned during this season, and the weather is beginning to warm up. Summer is a busy time as well, especially when there is a popular festival taking place in the city.
Visitors in Pittsburgh can take advantage of various kinds of entertainment throughout the year. Pittsburgh Restaurant Week occurs each season, featuring world-class cuisine. Spring attracts visitors for Wine Fest where guests sample wine from over 165 vendors. Summer events include the Three Rivers Festival and the Three Rivers Regatta.
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