This downtown hotel is at the gateway to the cultural district, facing Point State Park and Pittsburgh's famed Three Rivers.
This hotel is in downtown Pittsburgh, short walking distance to the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, and across from the Senator John Heinz Regional History Center.
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, or drive 10 minutes to the Andy Warhol Museum, the largest museum in the United States devoted to the works of a single artist.
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 Gateway Clipper Dock is adjacent, providing easy access to PNC Park and Heinz Field.
An enclosed, climate-controlled, moving walkway connects this well-appointed hotel directly to Pittsburgh International Airport. IKEA and other top shopping destinations are 5 miles away.
Located in Downtown Pittsburgh, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of U.S. Steel Tower, PNC Park, and Monongahela Incline. University of Pittsburgh and Heinz Field are also within 3 mi (5 km).
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 Heinz Field are also within 3 mi (5 km).
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 for complimentary rides to PNC Park and Heinz Field.
Today, the same grit and ingenuity of decades past contribute to an infrastructure of a different sort; education, medicine, technology and finance are the new heart of the Pittsburgh economy. You will be inspired by its transformation from the Smoky City to a picturesque and culturally savvy destination. Instead of counting smoke stacks on the horizon, you’ll sink your teeth into fusion fare and get a cultural fix at local theaters. It all begins with a booking at one of our Pittsburgh hotels. Choose your home away from home now, and then wander wisely.
Looking at a map of neighbourhoods, you may be conflicted about where to stay in Pittsburgh. Carnegie Science Center lures you to accommodations in North Shore, while Kennywood Park screams for you to rent a room on the southeastern side of the city. If we can be so bold as to make a recommendation, and we can, we suggest you make downtown Pittsburgh your home base. It’s from this thriving district that you can take a rail car up the Duquesne Incline for unparalleled views of the three rivers and city skyline, and then spend an evening getting bewitched by the performances at Byham Theater. Pittsburgh hotel rooms put you in the heart of the city, and these are some of the best places to book:
You grab a canary-colored “Terrible Towel” and throw on a yellow and black jersey. You’d fit right in at a bee colony, but you’re headed for a hive that’s buzzing for a different reason. The local NFL team is playing a home game, and the enthusiastic fans are filling Heinz Field. Many hotels in Pittsburgh are within walking distance of the stadium, where even uninitiated observers can easily get swept up in the excitement of fourth down action.
If you’d rather be taken out to the ballgame, and the scent of salted peanuts makes you smile, a trip to PNC Park is up your alley. Stay in the three rivers area at Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square, and you’re just a few miles from the stadium. Watch America’s favorite pastime under the stars, and then shoot the breeze with locals at a downtown bar afterward.
You’re dying to investigate all things Carnegie, and the allure of Market Square is just too hard to resist. Whether you stay in the heart of the city or book hotels near Pittsburgh that are near wider open spaces, a trip to Western Pennsylvania opens the door for a lively combination of modern attractions and deeply-rooted traditions. Book cheap hotels in Pittsburgh with Travelocity, and you’re off on the right steel-toed foot.