Perfect for exploring art, culture, a wide range of museums, fun outdoors activities, and more, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is a tourist hotspot. Home to the Carnegie Museum of Art, the Andy Warhol Museum, Mount Washington, and the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, there’s always something amazing to experience. A city of many firsts, Pittsburgh is the place where the Ferris wheel and the Internet emoticon were born. Pittsburgh hotels come in all shapes, luxury levels, and price ranges, and we’ve sorted out the best of them to help you plan your trip and stay on budget. For further savings, we recommend avoiding the summer when the city is at its busiest.
Luxurious Landmark in Pittsburgh
A mix of historic architecture and modern luxury, the Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel is right in the heart of the city’s Cultural District. The hotel’s very own Braddock’s American Brasserie is well-known for its American-style food and exquisite dining experience. If you choose this hotel, its proximity to Heinz Hall and Benedum Center make it perfect to enjoy the ballet, symphony orchestra, theater, or opera. Spacious rooms, high-end amenities, and a pet-friendly policy further recommend this hotel.
Stay at a Historic Boutique Hotel
The Sunnyledge Boutique Hotel & Tea Room has a long history of welcoming guests to Pittsburgh. The building itself is a historic landmark that dates back to 1886 and belonged to Dr. James H. McClelland, the founder of Shadyside Hospital. Hotel rooms still have the authentic oak paneling and fixtures, blended with modern features for sophisticated travelers, such as marble bathrooms and stunning views of the garden.
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State-of-the-Art and Affordable Suites
If you’re traveling with your family then the Shadyside Inn All Suites Hotel is a perfect choice. The hotel prides itself on offering high-end, luxury suites at affordable rates. Each suite comes with climate control, a fully equipped kitchen, and a separate living room. The hotel allows pets and offers free Wi-Fi and parking and access to its fitness center. With a conference space and meeting rooms, the Shadyside Inn is also a great choice for business trips.
Luxury on a Budget
The Omni William Pen Hotel is the perfect choice for travelers who want to enjoy a luxurious venue while staying on budget. Perfect for leisure and business travelers alike, the hotel is pet friendly and has multilingual staff which sets it apart from other hotels in the area. All rooms come with free parking and Wi-Fi, and if you travel in a larger group, the Presidential Suite with its three separate bedrooms is ideal. The hotel has two on-site restaurants, of which the Speakeasy offers a 1920s dining experience. Children will always be entertained with the Omni Sensational Kids Program, and it’s close to the ToonSeum: Pittsburgh Museum of Cartoon Art.
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Budget Airport Stay
Lastly, if you need to stay close to the airport, we have an affordable, pet-friendly stay for you that also offers shuttle service. The Red Roof Inn Pittsburgh South – Airport is conveniently located between the airport and downtown Pittsburgh, offers modern guest rooms with free Internet connectivity and parking, and there is absolutely no fee for your pets.