Published by Jeremy. Last Updated on November 14, 2023.
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Pittsburgh has thriving tourism scene that brings in millions of visitors per year, be it for our many sporting events, major conventions, or purely from the fact that the city is pretty awesome (okay, we may be a bit biased on that one).
If you are one of those millions of visitors, you're in luck- this one is for you!
Since founding Discover the Burgh, one of the most common questions we receive is “what hotel should I stay at during my visit?”. To help answer this question, and continue our quest to experience everything Pittsburgh has to offer, we decided to make it our mission to personally review every single Pittsburgh hotel.
We do this not via a Google search, not by passing through the lobby or on a 30-minute guided tour, but by personally reserving a room and staying in every single hotel in the Pittsburgh.
To cover the best hotels in Pittsburgh that we have visited so far, this guide was born!
What We Look for in Pittsburgh Hotels
Before we jump into this guide, we should note that we do not have set criteria we look for when evaluating Pittsburgh hotels and accommodations. We take an overall look at each property and make recommendations based on our experience when staying overnight.
That being said, major points we consider are location, price, ease of parking, comfort, and other amenities that would be of interest to visitors. A hotel may be great for business travelers, but may not be best suited for families. Others may be better suited for those who want views, and not those who want the most comfortable bed. These are the kind of points we want to highlight in this guide.
We should also note that this guide is a running summary of only the hotels we've personally visited. This guide is not comprehensive of every hotel in Pittsburgh, but give us time, we'll get there!Want to check out live pricing right away? Check out the map below which has hotels, apartment rentals, and more! Otherwise, scroll down to our recommendations.
Disclaimers: We are occasionally invited to review hotels in exchange for a complimentary overnight stay, however, all opinions are our own. Please also note that amenities and prices (for things like parking/shuttles) may have changed since our stay. All quoted rates should be taken as estimates and verified prior to booking.
Find Hotels in Pittsburgh by Category
If you would like to check out reviews of our favorite Pittsburgh hotels by specific categories, click the individual hotel names to jump to their reviews directly. While we have more reviews in this article than those highlighted below, this feature is designed to help get you to our favorite options that may match your needs quickly.
The following are based on our preferences only and max three per category. As we add more hotels to this database, we may adjust the features here accordingly.
- Best Values: Kimpton Hotel Monaco, Drury Plaza Downtown, Hampton Inn Downtown, Tryp Hotel, Courtyard by Marriott Downtown
- Delicious On-Site Restaurants: Tryp Hotel (Brick Shop)
- Good On-Site Bars: Omni William Penn Hotel (Wigle), Embassy Suites Downtown (Ollie's Gastropub), Tryp Hotel (Brick Shop and Over Eden)
- Free Parking: Hampton Inn Downtown
- Best Odds for a View: Embassy Suites Downtown (many rooms), Sheraton Station Square (river view rooms), Holiday Inn North Shore (select rooms on higher floors)
- Luxury Rooms: Embassy Suites Downtown, Renaissance Hotel
- Dog Friendly: Kimpton Hotel Monaco (free), Hampton Inn Green Tree (paid, per stay),
- Stellar Fitness Programs: Westin Convention Center
- Unique Amenities: Kimpton Hotel Monaco
- Near the Convention Center: Westin Convention Center, Drury Plaza Downtown, Kimpton Hotel Monaco, Courtyard by Marriott Downtown
- Near Acrisure Stadium and PNC Park: Renaissance Hotel, Holiday Inn North Shore
- Near PPG Paints Arena: DoubleTree Downtown, Kimpton Hotel Monaco
- Near the Airport: Hyatt Regency Pittsburgh Airport (connected), Marriott Pittsburgh Airport (park and fly options)
For all of our hotel reviews organized by neighborhood/region, starting in downtown Pittsburgh, scroll down to start reading!
If you don't know which neighborhood you want to stay in, we recommend reading our where to stay in Pittsburgh guide in addition to this post as it focuses on the neighborhood vibes, businesses, and attractions more than just the hotel reviews as featured in this guide.
Downtown Pittsburgh Hotels
The following are hotels in downtown Pittsburgh that we have reviewed to date.
Embassy Suites Downtown Pittsburgh
If you are looking for a nice room in a brand new property with one of the most unique views of Pittsburgh you can have, Embassy Suites Downtown Pittsburgh is for you. We visited this one shortly after they opened in 2016 and were impressed with the size of the rooms and the hotel's many amenities (including a pool) as the hotel's location on the top floors of a downtown high-rise is not where you'd normally expect to find a premium hotel. For those who love cocktails, their on-site bar, Ollie's Gastropub, makes some of the best cocktails in Pittsburgh and looks straight down onto home plate at PNC Park- a double win! Overall, this one gave us one of our favorite stays out of all featured in this list.
Who should stay here: Downtown visitors, those who want a higher-end room and a unique view.
Things to consider: Valet parking with in-and-out privilege is charged nightly. The Oliver garage nearby is much more reasonable but without in-and-out privileges.
Renaissance Hotel Pittsburgh
The Renaissance Hotel is located in a historic downtown Pittsburgh building and features luxurious rooms with stellar views. Many rooms feature views of the Allegheny River, the Sister Bridges, and PNC Park (their iconic view) and several others include partial views of downtown skyscrapers as well. The hotel is great for those looking for a centrally located spot with higher-end amenities (not to mention one of the most comfortable beds we've tried in the city). Do not miss their on-site whiskey bar at Braddock's Street Side as well, and if you're looking for something a bit different, give their digital detox package a try!
Who should stay here: Business travelers, those attending a game wanting a high-end room, and those looking to be in the heart of the Cultural District.
Things to consider: Most rooms have views; however, King Corner rooms have the best river view rooms. Others have obstructed views due to the arch (which we think is somewhat cool by design) and others have more common city view rooms. Valet parking is charged nightly without in-and-out privileges. A public garage is located across the street that is significantly cheaper; however, prices are also without in-and-out privileges.
The Omni William Penn Hotel
The Omni William Penn Hotel is one of the most historic properties in Pittsburgh. It was built by Henry Clay Frick (of Pittsburgh steel notoriety) and was considered one of the grandest hotels in America when it opened in 1916- serving as a base for Presidential visits, important conferences, and many more. The historical vibe of the hotel is still present, despite somewhat dated rooms, and the hotel also features a number of on-site restaurants and cocktail bars, including a tasting room from Wigle Whiskey!
Who should stay here: Those who love historical properties, those who are hosting events and want an elevated ambiance, and those who want to enjoy on-site bars like Wigle's tasting room.
Things to consider: The rooms feel much more dated despite the historical theme and the hotel has some quirks like Valet parking is charged nightly with in-and-out privileges. A public garage is located across the street that is significantly cheaper; however, prices are also without in-and-out privileges.
Courtyard by Marriott Downtown Pittsburgh
The Courtyard Pittsburgh Downtown is a pretty typical hotel for the chain, but rounds out a stay with a perfect location in the Cultural District, quiet rooms on the upper level, and decent prices. The hotel features a relaxing central courtyard away from the bustling streets outside and you are within steps of the theaters, restaurants, and convention center here!
Who should stay here: Those who want to stay in a familiar hotel downtown with a reasonable price and close to major attractions.
Things to consider: Many rooms at this hotel look into the inner courtyard with no appreciable view. Valet parking is charged nightly and is fairly expensive; however, public garages are just a few blocks away. Stay in a higher level room for a quieter stay.
The Kimpton Hotel Monaco
The Kimpton Hotel Monaco is one of the best value options in downtown Pittsburgh and offers comfortable rooms with modern amenities for a very attractive price. The hotel features numerous guest perks such as a wine hour, allowing dogs to stay free, and frequent check-in promotions (look for the secret passwords before your visit- seasonal promo only). The property also has an onsite restaurant, The Commoner, and a rooftop bar, the Biergarten, which are quite popular but are rather expensive for what you get.
Who should stay here: Those who want a great value downtown, those who are traveling with their dogs, and those who want on-site restaurants.
Things to consider: The hotel offers comfortable rooms with modern amenities, but the on-site restaurants are quite expensive. Valet parking is charged nightly with in-and-out privileges. A public garage is located across the street that is significantly cheaper; however, prices are also without in-and-out privileges. Stay in a room ending in 20 or higher to be facing a quieter street.
Westin Convention Center
The Westin Convention Center is not your typical convention center hotel, as this one is located in Pittsburgh's cultural district downtown and is just a short walk from the Strip District (one of our favorite neighborhoods)- making it a great option for those coming in for a show, game, or simply to explore. Many of the rooms on the river side of the hotel have great views, and the hotel is home to one of the largest wellness programs in the country. If you like to run, the select weekday morning jogs on the North Shore River Trail are a must. For those who would rather indulge, the on-site restaurant, Bill's Bar & Burger, makes some of the best burgers in the city as well!
Who should stay here: Convention center guests, those looking to explore downtown or the Strip District, those who want a higher-end room.
Things to consider: Parking with in-and-out privilege is is charged nightly. They may offer a reduced rate without in-and-out access, too. This hotel is incredibly popular on weeknights; however, it can be near capacity during weekend sporting events, too.
Hampton Inn & Suites Pittsburgh Downtown
The Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown is located halfway between the heart of downtown Pittsburgh and the Strip District (and right across the street from the Heinz History Center), giving you easy access to both bustling spots with only a brief walk. The rooms are on the larger end for the Hampton Inn chain and are quite comfortable (although we could've stood for better pillows). If the location isn't enough to win you over, the perk of the free on-site parking for guests certainly will as the hotel claims to be the only downtown hotel with free parking- a major win!
Who should stay here: Those looking to explore downtown or the Strip District, want to be in a convenient location to the highways, and those who want a modestly priced room without the added parking fee.
Things to consider: Only the suites ending in 0 and 1 have good city views, and come at an added cost which may be worth it to some. Even numbered rooms look at the Heinz History Center and have a partial (but not great) downtown view. Odd numbered rooms have a partial (but not great) view of the Rachel Carson Bridge and PNC Park. Stay in rooms ending in 0-10 for better views and to be away from the highway, which can be loud at times. (We stayed in suite 619 which is closest to the highway and noticed the sounds throughout the night.)
Homewood Suites Downtown Pittsburgh
Homewood Suites Downtown Pittsburgh is located in the heart of the iconic Strip District neighborhood (one of our favorites in the city). This hotel was recently built in 2016 and offers modern amenities and a full en-suite hotel room including a complete dinette with refrigerator, stove top, microwave, and more (although if you're anything like us you'll spend most of your time eating in the Strip District anyway). The rooms are comfortable and the hotel offers numerous other amenities including a free pool table, outdoor patio seating with grills, and a smaller fitness center with modestly sized pool. Overall, visitors to this hotel who want modern amenities and a perfect location should definitely give this one a consideration!
Who should stay here: Those who want to be close to the Strip District, those who want a centrally located hotel with en-suite amenities (including full dinette), and those who are exploring Pittsburgh without a car.
Things to consider: Parking is valet and is charged nightly and nearby lots may have variable pricing depending on day of the week and events. As such, those with a car may want to consider the Hampton Inn and Suites next door which offers free parking for guests if this price is a concern. Only rooms ending in 24 and 25 have views, and even numbered views look out at a few bridges and the Allegheny River (odd numbered views have no view worth writing about).
Drury Plaza Downtown Pittsburgh
The Drury Plaza Downtown Pittsburgh opened in early 2017 in the former Federal Reserve building- just steps away from the convention center and a brief walk to other downtown attractions.
The rooms are quite comfortable and furnished with Pittsburgh artwork, and the building itself includes throwbacks to the reserve (including original vault doors in the basement!). Add in a complimentary happy hour at 5:30 with free food, a free libation (plus two more for under a dollar each!), one of downtown's best hotel pools, and an 8th-floor patio with a decent view and you've got the makings of a really comfortable stay all around at an attractive price.
Who Should Stay Here: Those looking to be close to the convention center and those who are looking for unique perks like the 5:30 happy hour with free food and historical lobby designs with modern rooms. The hotel is also a do-able walk to the Strip District as well.
Things to Consider: Valet parking is charged nightly. Nearby garages charge much more reasonable night and weekend rates; however, those staying on Sunday or weeknights must keep in mind that day rates typically start at 6am and have excessive hourly rates for those who roll over. The hotel is also further away from Market Square and Point State Park, but still can be reached in a short walk.
Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh
At its core, the Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh is a fairly basic hotel that offers a great location, an attractive price when sales are available, and stunning views of Point State Park in the river view rooms. While the rooms were a bit lacking otherwise, if you can find a great price the location and view helps make up for other shortcomings in amenities.
Who Should Stay Here: Those who want to stay downtown and can find a deal, those needing conference space, and those wanting a view of Point State Park.
Things to Consider: Apart from a larger fitness center and cool view from the pool, the amenities at this hotel are sparse and the rooms are fairly basic. Throw in a rather high daily valet fee (with in-and-out privileges) and you may have reason to pause.
DoubleTree Downtown Pittsburgh
The DoubleTree Downtown Pittsburgh is a comfortable mid-range hotel with updated rooms and a decent selection of amenities including a medium-sized fitness center, a large pool, and an on-site bar and grill with higher-end hotel fare. For those who value a good night sleep, odds are good you'll get it here. Visitors to Pittsburgh for a Penguins game will especially like this hotel as it is just steps away from PPG Paints Arena. Just be sure to book on a high floor to avoid the noise of bustling downtown Pittsburgh. (Rooms ending in 16, 18, and 20 have decent views of Mellon Green, too!)
Who Should Stay Here: Those visiting for a Penguins game, those looking for a mid-range hotel downtown who do not mind a bit of a walk (or complimentary shuttle ride) to downtown proper.
Things to Consider: There is no on-site parking at the DoubleTree and limited valet is offered with a nightly fee. Nearby garages typically charge much more reasonable night and weekend rates; however, those staying on Sunday or weeknights must keep in mind that day rates typically start at 6am and have rather excessive hourly rates for those who roll over.
Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh Downtown
The Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh Downtown is one of those places that has it all. Comfortable rooms with slightly firmer beds, a perfect location (steps from Market Square), not one but two on-site contemporary restaurants with cocktail bars, and views of Market Square from most rooms. Rooms ending in 22 should have the best view of Market Square and possibly a slight view of PPG Place as well (perfect for Christmas in Pittsburgh when both squares transform into a Christmas market and ice skating rink with Christmas tree, respectively). Rooms ending in 1 and 4 should also have premium views of Market Square as well, and most of the higher-numbered rooms along the inside of the “U” shaped floor-plan should have decent view to varying degrees.
Who Should Stay Here: Those who value a good downtown location in the heart of it all and those looking for comfortable rooms.
Things to Consider: Parking at the hotel lot is charged nightly. Nearby garages typically offer much more reasonable night and weekend rates; however, those staying on Sunday or weeknights must keep in mind that day rates typically start at 6am and have rather excessive hourly rates for those who roll over.
Hotels in Lawrenceville
The following are hotels in Lawrenceville that we have reviewed to date.
The Tryp Hotel is the first hotel to open in Pittsburgh's Lawrenceville neighborhood and is located in a former school building right on 40th Street (a prime location for the area if there ever was one). The rooms here may be a bit small but feature modern amenities and most even-numbered rooms on the fourth floor have a view of the tops of the buildings of the Pittsburgh skyline. The hotel is also known for having one of the city's best rooftop bars (Over Eden) as well as an on-site restaurant with a stellar wine list and international food menu (Brick Shop). As we have seen this hotel for some rather respectable price points, it could be a great option for those who are on a budget and value a good location at the same time.
Who should stay here: Tourists, those who want a great onsite bar or restaurant, budget-minded visitors, and those wanting to be in the heart of Lawrenceville.
Things to consider: Parking fees at this hotel are variable depending on occupancy. During our weeknight visit, we were not charged a fee but the front desk suggested weekends and peak nights have a valet with an extra nightly fee.
Hotels in South Side
The following are hotels in South Side that we have reviewed to date.
Sheraton Station Square
The Sheraton Station Square is, at its heart, a basic hotel in the Sheraton line. Although we do not think the rooms are much to write about for their amenities alone, we have to admit that the view from the premium river view room cannot be beat. Even if you do not justify the splurge for a room with a view, the location of the hotel is also perfect for first time visitors looking to explore. The Gateway Clipper is within walking distance, one of the city's two iconic Inclines is just steps away, and the T light rail is next door- just to name a few. These won't get you everywhere, but it is a good start!
Who should stay here: Tourists, those who want easy access around town, budget-minded visitors, and those willing to splurge a bit more for an incredible view.
Things to consider: Parking is charged nightly, but the hotel's location is convenient for those making trips around town during a visit.
Traveler's Rest is a boutique hotel with shared facilities and a unique location nestled between the busy East Carson Street and Station Square in South Side (an area that, in our opinion at least, is poised for an explosion here very soon). The hotel has quick access to the bike trail, making it a popular spot for those biking the GAP to Cumberland, MD, or onward to Washington DC. The rooms here are comfortable great for groups hitting the trail!
Who should stay here: Those biking on the GAP Trail and needing bike storage while visiting. Those looking for a community environment when traveling or a boutique hotel experience for smaller groups.
Things to consider: Some rooms use shared facilities at this hotel with other rooms as it formerly operated as a hostel. If busy, there may be more noise than a traditional hotel due to the rustling of guests, and nearby are some industrial parks that start making noise early in the morning (although this is changing to become more commercial). The hotel has free street parking available, but no off-street parking- so parking is not guaranteed and at your own risk.
East Liberty Hotels
The following are hotels in East Liberty that we have reviewed to date.
The following are hotels in Oakland that we have reviewed to date.
Hampton Inn University / Medical Center
Much like the Sheraton Station Square above, the Hampton Inn University / Medical Center is another basic hotel in the city and is one of the more cost effective options in the university neighborhood of Oakland. The hotel was recently renovated, giving it a more modern feel; however, the true perk to this hotel is in its location. In roughly one to one-and-a-half miles you can walk to several colleges in the city (including Pitt and Carnegie Mellon), and the hotel also offers a complimentary shuttle anywhere within a three-mile radius. If you take a look at the map, you'll notice this is pretty much the entire city with only a few exceptions. As an added bonus, book an even numbered room on a higher floor for a pretty unique view of Pittsburgh too!
Who should stay here: Visitors to the colleges in Oakland, budget-minded visitors, and those who want to explore without their own car.
Things to consider: Parking is charged nightly and the shuttle is complimentary (which is sure to save on parking fees elsewhere).
North Side Hotels
The following are hotels in the North Side that we have reviewed to date.
SpringHill Suites North Shore
Pittsburgh sports fans, rejoice! There are several hotels on Pittsburgh's North Shore just for you. For baseball fans, there is no property closer to PNC Park than the SpringHill Suites North Shore as it is, quite literally, located across the street from the stadium. The rooms here may not feature views of downtown, much to our chagrin, but even numbered rooms do look out on PNC Park to varying degrees. For those who want easy access to the stadiums, a budget-friendly suite with average amenities, or to enjoy the complimentary shuttle that goes anywhere within a three mile radius, this hotel is a good option.
Who should stay here: Sports fans, budget-minded visitors, and those who want to explore the North Side, downtown, the Strip District, or Station Square without their own car.
Things to consider: Overnight parking available for an additional fee and the shuttle is complimentary (typically on 30-minute intervals). The walls are also fairly thin here- both for neighboring rooms and outside events.
Holiday Inn Pittsburgh North Shore
The Holiday Inn on Pittsburgh's North Shore is a budget friendly hotel with prime location just around the corner from PNC Park. The rooms are fairly standard-sized spaces with modern yet budget furnishings. The bed is on the firmer side but was still comfortable to a picky sleeper like me. The biggest surprise from this hotel is that the rooms on higher floors (likely floor six and up) with room numbers ending in 5 to 11 have a stunning view of the Pittsburgh skyline. Try and go for a lower numbered room within this range (such as the corner room 905 above) for the best view. This one would be perfect on a Pirates fireworks night!
Who should stay here: Those looking for a budget hotel in the North Side or near PNC Park, those who want to be near a T station, and those who want a very good view of Pittsburgh.
Things to consider: Parking is charged nightly and the shuttle goes anywhere in roughly a three-mile radius. The non-view side of the hotel is right next to the highway and has the potential to be loud; however, the view side was fairly quiet all night.
Hotels in the Greater Pittsburgh Area
The following are hotels outside of the city limits that you may also want to consider when visiting southwest Pennsylvania. Some of the following hotels are just outside the city proper. Others are near the airport. A few more are in other interesting parts of the region that you may want to make a base when exploring!
Hampton Inn Green Tree
The Hampton Inn Green Tree is about as standard as they come for this hotel chain; however, the hotel's location just outside the city allows it to be one of the most cost effective in the region. Throw in the fact that they offer free parking, free pet stays, free breakfast, and more.
Who should stay here: Visitors coming in to the city on a budget, those traveling with pets, or locals who need to be out of the house for a night or two (as we did for a few home repairs).
Things to consider: You may a bit of traffic driving into the city when driving to the Fort Pitt Bridge, especially during rush hour. But even with the worst traffic the drive should only be just a few minutes.
Hyatt Regency Pittsburgh Airport
The Hyatt Regency Pittsburgh Airport is the only airport connected to the Pittsburgh airport, offering a great option for those who have an early morning flight and want to get to their gate fast (during our visit we were room-to-gate in 30 minutes after our 4:45am wake-up). The rooms are rather basic and the bed is fairly uncomfortable, but the convenience cannot be beat for the quick access to the airport. This hotel has many extra amenities that you would not expect including a decent sized pool, a jacuzzi, two saunas, and a medium sized gym, so if you can swing it right, arriving early to enjoy these perks is a must. (You'll just have to figure out what to do with your swimsuit later on!)
Who should stay here: Those who are flying out of the airport extremely early and want to get into the airport quickly and avoid going outside or deal with early transfers.
Things to consider: The rooms are fairly basic and the beds are rather uncomfortable, and there is no special parking for guests so you will be parking in the standard airport lot (and incurring an extra day's charge). Last minute discounts are fairly common on 3rd party booking sites.
Pittsburgh Airport Marriott
The Pittsburgh Airport Marriott is a newly renovated hotel located just a few miles from Pittsburgh's international airport. This hotel is a great option for those who are leaving and have an early flight the next day (check out their Park and Fly options to save on airport parking), as well as those coming in for business around the Moon Township / Robinson area. We thoroughly expected this one to follow the standard mold of airport hotels, but the renovation took it above and beyond what is normal, and the on-site amenities and restaurant could rival any of the top-notch hotels in downtown Pittsburgh (minus the location, of course).
Who should stay here: Visitors conducting business in the Robinson area, locals leaving on early morning flights, those who want a recently upgraded airport hotel.
Things to consider: Parking is complimentary during stays; however, the Park and Fly is extra.
Hilton Garden Inn Airport South-Robinson Mall
The Hilton Garden Inn Airport is a fairly typical hotel in the chain, and is located in the heart of Robinson Town Center near the IKEA. We stayed at this one before one of our many early morning flights and found that its location gave us a leg-up on getting to the airport while enjoying some much needed extra sleep. This hotel does not offer an airport shuttle and is a bit further than most airport properties, but those who take the extra few minutes driving to the airport will be rewarded with a significantly cheaper hotel than others nearby.
Who should stay here: Visitors conducting business in the Robinson area, locals leaving on early morning flights, and those looking for a budget-friendly airport hotel.
Things to consider: This hotel does not offer an airport shuttle.
Seven Springs Mountain Resort
Looking to get away for some outdoor activities in the summer or to go skiing in the winter? Seven Springs Mountain Resort will have what you seek. This hotel is located in the heart of the property and is just steps away from the ski slopes and tubing runs (in winter) and mountain biking and alpine slides (in summer) to name a few. This lodge is fairly large, and is sadly a bit dated, but offers a comfortable option for those who wish to be close to the activities (especially in the winter!).
Who should stay here: Those looking for a lodge style hotel in the Laurel Highlands and interest in on-resort activities in summer or winter.
Things to consider: The resort is a fair bit away from Ohiopyle State Park, but is closer to Laurel Hill State Park and Roaring Run Natural Area for those wanting to get off property to explore.
Nemacolin Woodlands Resort
If opulence is what you are seeking, a trip to Nemacolin Woodlands Resort in the Laurel Highlands is a must- and you wont even have to leave resort property for all the experiences they offer. The primary hotel, the Chateau, feels like it is transported straight from France and is packed to the brim with high-end activities be it shopping, spa, fine dining, cigar bar, or even their on-property shooting academy! Suffice it to say, if you want a weekend away and have no limit of your spending, Nemacolin will have something for you.
Who should stay here: Those wanting a luxury, all-inclusive experience without leaving resort property.
Things to consider: The property is perhaps the most expensive hotel in southwest Pennsylvania- rooms and experiences do not come cheaply.
SpringHill Suites Latrobe
SpringHill Suites is situated in the heart of Latrobe, a city located just an hour east of downtown Pittsburgh known for Steelers Training Camp, once being the home of Arnold Palmer and Mr. Rogers, and the birthplace of the banana split to name a few! While the SpringHill Suites here more or less follows the cookie-cutter mold for box hotels, it has a fantastic location next to the airport and incorporates a golf element in its design to honor the life and legacy of Arnold Palmer!
Who should stay here: Those looking to visit Latrobe and want to be in the heart of it all and those who are golf fans.
Things to consider: The hotel is more or less identical to most chain SpringHill Suites apart from the Arnold Palmer elements. Parking is free.
Bear Run Campground
Bear Run Campground is located just a half-mile or so from the shore of Lake Arthur in Moraine State Park. As camping options inside the park are limited, this makes Bear Run a great option for those who want the proximity to nature! The campground itself is stocked full of just about every amenity you could hope for including a pool, play area, pavilions, a fishing pond in the summer months, and more, and virtually all camping styles are available for visitors from tent camping to bringing your own RV to cabin rentals of various styles. While not a traditional hotel, this one has options for just about everyone!
Who should stay here: Those who would prefer to camp (in various levels of accommodation), those who want to explore Butler County, those who want to be near Moraine State Park.
Things to consider: Prices for accommodations vary wildly and options range from wild camping (bring your own tent) to full luxury cabin rentals.
More Hotels in Pittsburgh Coming Soon!
More updates to this hotel guide will be coming soon as we are continually visiting new hotels in Pittsburgh, so check back periodically for our recommendations. To read more articles on our site, check out the links at the end of this post.
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For frequently asked questions about Pittsburgh hotels, check out the following.
How many hotels are there in Pittsburgh?
There are about 50 hotels within the city limits and in the immediately surrounding boroughs.
Where is the best place to stay in Pittsburgh?
Popular neighborhoods that have hotels are Downtown Pittsburgh, the North Side, the Strip District, Lawrenceville, and East Liberty.
What is the average price of a hotel in Pittsburgh?
Prices vary between $100-$250+ per night depending on the season, availability, and events. A general estimate of $150 per night should offer a number of options with great locations.
Do any Pittsburgh hotels have free parking?
The Hampton Inn in the Strip District offers free parking for guests with in-and-out privileges. The Priory Hotel in the North Side also offers free parking for guests.
What are the top-rated hotels in Pittsburgh?
Our favorite hotels include The Renaissance Hotel (Downtown), The Hotel Monaco (Downtown), Embassy Suites Downtown (Downtown), and the Hampton Inn (Strip District).
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