Posts Tagged "Hotels"


Updated on: 11/19/18The Renaissance Hotel is located in the historic (and architecturally unique) Fulton Building in downtown Pittsburgh. Booking.com The building was constructed in 1906, financed by Henry Phipps (namesake of Phipps Conservatory), converted to the Renaissance Hotel in 2001, and named to the National Register of Historic Places in 2002. From its unique arch on the outside to the beautiful rotunda and luxurious rooms on...

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Updated on: 10/16/18If you are in the mood for an ultra-luxurious hotel in southwestern Pennsylvania, look no further than Nemacolin Woodlands Resort in the Laurel Highlands. Booking.com Whether you are looking for relaxation, outdoor activities, high-end cuisine, or more, odds are good this property will have what you seek. We were guests of Nemacolin Woodlands for a media conference, and share our thoughts from the stay in this...

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Updated on: 11/29/18If you are looking to visit Pittsburgh from out of town, one of your first thoughts is likely “where do I stay?” Booking.com In a city of 90 neighborhoods, figuring out where to stay in Pittsburgh could make or break your visit almost entirely. So finding a spot that fits your style, budget, and interests is key. As with most of our guides, we want to take a detailed dive into the best neighborhoods to...

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Updated on: 10/12/18What do you get when you take a historic Salvation Army and convert it to a modern and hip Pittsburgh hotel? You get the Distrikt Hotel– a boutique accommodation in downtown Pittsburgh. Booking.com The hotel opened its doors in summer 2017, and we rushed down to be one of the first guests for an overnight stay. Modest Amenities and Posh Ambiance As soon as you enter the hotel, you'll note that the decor is...

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Updated on: 10/12/18Normally when we review Pittsburgh hotels we select our properties to stay in to review them for their location or unique amenities. Booking.com In the case of the Hampton Inn Greentree, we selected this one for its price as we were getting some work done on our house and needed to be away for two nights with our dog without spending a lot of money. As many hotels do not allow pets, and those that do charge an...

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