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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, ...
Older hotel that has been beautifully updated while retaining its classic ambiance. Great Taproom and lounge. Room was very nice. Great location to visit various Pittsburgh venues!
Situated in Pittsburgh, this bed & breakfast is within 1 mi (2 km) of Randyland and PNC Park. Heinz Field and Monongahela Incline are also within 3 mi (5 ...
An enclosed, climate-controlled, moving walkway connects this well-appointed hotel directly to Pittsburgh International Airport. IKEA and other top shopping ...
This hotel is super convenient when you are travelling. Affords you the ability to sleep a bit longer and cuts out commuting to the airport. Never have to worry about unexpected traffic, etc. Lovely spot, nice staff.
This downtown hotel is at the gateway to the cultural district, facing Point State Park and Pittsburgh's famed Three Rivers.
I was attending a conference. Facilities and food provided were good. It was a pleasure going out to hear music at the festival, eat at the food trucks, and see/purchase art/crafts from vendors who gathered from all over the country!
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of The Mall at Robinson, Moon Golf Club, and Moon Park. Pittsburgh Botanic Garden and Joe Walton ...
My stay at the hotel was very nice The hotel staff went above and beyond the call to make my stay at the Wyndham Garden In Pittsburgh a great experience. I would highly recommend this hotel !!!!
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 ...
Really convenient location...walking distance from both sports venues and several restaurants (Burgatory is awesome). Room had a weird smell and was missing artwork...just hooks on the wall...but it was clean and the bedding was comfortable. As loud as the traffic noise was outside with several highways ...
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 ...
spend 1 night, attended a baseball game and took a city tour.
"Everyone thinks she has the best dog. And none of them are wrong”—just ask W.R. Purche. With bridges to cross and unique neighborhoods to explore, Pittsburgh welcomes you to bring along the world’s best dog (or cat). Climb to the top of Mount Washington with feline-like finesse and amble down The Strip, putting the pit bull in Pittsburgh every step of the way. Don’t let the high rise-lined cityscape fool you—Steel City is brimming with parks and trails where your four-legged friends will shake out their tails, as well as plenty of Pittsburgh pet friendly hotels where they can get comfy while you go out to the ball game or browse quiet museum galleries. Want to know more? Read on…
In Pittsburgh, you and your pets have great transportation options, including trolleys and buses, rental cars, and walking. Buses connect most of the city and surrounding Allegheny County, and light rail trolleys run along the south side of Pittsburgh to downtown. To take Woofus Wainwright and Gene Kitty on public transit, they need to be in their cozy pet carriers, able to sit in your lap, or be held for the commute.
Driving your own critter crew around is another good choice, and several car rental agencies are available from Pittsburgh International Airport. Whether you stay on the fringe of the city—like at Hampton Inn Pittsburgh/Greentree —or in the heart of downtown, having your own vacation wheels guarantees there’s always a seat for your travel companions and their adventure gear.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and Pittsburgh takes the morning feast very seriously with options all over the city that’ll make you feel right at home. Before you take the pet pals to Frick Park for some off-leash exercise, stop for a lazy patio brunch at the nearby Café at the Frick. Naming the “best breakfast” is subjective, but is there anything better than dining in a lush landscape near a historic manor house?
If you’re staying at the Fairmont Pittsburgh or another of our downtown dog-friendly hotels in Pittsburgh, wake up early to in-room breakfast for you and the whole furry family. From downtown, you’ll be exquisitely close to the August Wilson Center for African-American History, the Andy Warhol Museum, and the peaceful Pittsburgh Water Steps. Craving a view and a chance to stretch your legs? Walk along the Duquesne Incline or the Monongahela Incline to observation decks and reward yourself with fine dining and a spectacular view of the city at the top.
You may be partial when it comes to your pet, but the truth is, your best travelling experiences leave paw prints in “unaccustomed earth,” as Nathaniel Hawthorne would say. Book pet-friendly hotels in Pittsburgh, PA and you have our promise to match the best price available—for you and your favorite travel companions.