The Five Best Hotels in all of Pittsburgh

If you’re going to be in Pittsburgh and you’re looking for a great place to stay while you’re there, it pays to check out the hotels you’re considering before you book. If you haven’t stayed with a hotel before, it’s difficult to assess how good or bad it may be unless you find out what other people have to say about their experiences. We’ve checked out all the hotels in the Pittsburgh area and narrowed down our list of the very best that the city has to offer to five. Each of these hotels has been highly recommended by travelers who give them a thumbs up rating for service and value for the charged rate.

Drury Plaza Hotel Pittsburgh Downtown

The Drury Plaza Hotel in downtown Pittsburgh is highly rated with a score of 9.6 out of a possible 10 points by guests who give it kudos for service, cleanliness, great amenities, and overall value. The hotel has 207 rooms which are all smoke-free. It’s ideal for business travelers, couples, singles, and families. Guests enjoy the privilege of an indoor pool, a 24-hour fitness center, and an onsite restaurant and bar and lounge. Valet parking is available and business travelers appreciate the 24-hour business center. The front desk is open around the clock with friendly and helpful hotel staff. Each guest room features a private bathroom stocked with fresh clean linens and toiletries which are replenished as needed. The kitchen area includes a microwave and refrigerator. Families may request infant beds or cribs at no additional charge. If rollaway or extra beds are needed there may be a surcharge. Each room is equipped with free WiFi and daily housekeeping is provided. There is also a free hot or cold buffet breakfast available for guests along with a self-serve laundry area.

Omni William Penn Hotel, Pittsburgh

The Omni William Penn Hotel is a 4-star hotel that offers 597 smoke-free guestrooms. It’s a larger hotel but the service is reported as being excellent. Some of the rooms are very affordable and begin at the low price of just $139 per night. The suites are more expensive if you prefer a more luxurious accommodation. This modern hotel has a lot of amenities to offer including comfortable and spacious rooms and suites, 2 on-site restaurants for fine dining or grabbing a quick snack and 3 lounges/bars for relaxing with a tasty alcoholic beverage. WiFi is available in all guest rooms along with a private bathroom, clean linens, toiletries, a fridge, coffeemaker, and access to a complimentary breakfast. The fitness center is open 24 hours along with the front desk. The hotel also offers a 24-hour business center, a computer station, limousine/town car service, and daily housekeeping.

Indigo Pittsburgh Technology Center

This hotel is rated as a 3.5 star that is affordable and family friendly. It’s located near the University of Pittsburgh. The hotel has an on-site restaurant for fine dining and delicious cuisine and a bar/lounge for unwinding. This is a smaller hotel with just 111 guest rooms. WiFi is available in the lobby. There is a fitness center and a 24-hour business center available for guests. n addition, a front desk safe and meeting rooms are available upon request. Self-parking is available in the hotel’s parking lot. Guest rooms are spacious and include a coffee/tea maker, and iron and ironing board, a hair dryer, a refrigerator, private bathroom, television with premium channels and daily cleaning service.

Wyndham Pittsburgh University Center

The Wyndham Pittsburgh University Center is a 3.5-star hotel that offers guests a host of amenities. It is a moderately large sized hotel featuring 25 smoke-free rooms. An on-site restaurant and bar/lounge is available as well as an indoor pool, 24-hour fitness center, round the clock front desk service, and a front desk safe upon request. Shuttle services to the local area are available at no cost and parking is self-parking in the hotel’s parking lot. Guest rooms come with free WiFi, free cribs or infant beds upon request or rollaway and extra beds for an additional charge. If desired, connecting or adjoining rooms are available. Each room comes with a private bathroom, free toiletries, a television and premium channels, and daily housekeeping. Free breakfast is also available.

Fairmont Pittsburgh

This hotel has a 4.5-star rating and comes highly recommended by previous guests. It is a luxury hotel that provides guest with a full-service spa and free WiFi in the lobby and in guest rooms. There are three restaurants and 2 lounges/bars on site. Breakfast is available as well as valet parking, a health club, laundry service, and ATM banking services. Guest may request infant beds or cribs at no additional charge. Rollaway/extra beds are also free and connecting/adjoining rooms are available. Each room has a private bathroom with a separate bathtub and shower, toiletries, a television and premium channels.

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