Hotels in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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Where to Stay in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania?

PLACES TO STAY

Budget:

  • Comfort Inn: Contact No. 855-849-1513, Short cab ride from city, great breakfast menu.
  • Hampton Inn Pittsburgh/Greentree: Contact No. 855-271-3622, Efficient cleaning staff, fitness room, good access to downtown Pittsburgh.
  • Quality Inn University Centre: Contact No. 855-849-1513, Strong WiFi connectivity, friendly staff.

Mid Range:

  • Residence Inn Pittsburgh North Shore: Free breakfast, swimming pool.
  • SpringHill Suites North Shore: Economically priced, prime location.
  • The Priory Hotel: Bar/ lounge, Free high speed internet.

Luxury:

  • Omni William Penn Hotel: Contact No. 001 800-578-290, One of the top rated luxury hotels in Pittsburgh.
  • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Suites Pittsburgh Downtown: Contact No. 855-277-4931, Shuttle vans to attractions, breakfast buffet.
  • Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Pittsburgh West: Contact No.0124-455-1263, Shuttle service to downtown, spacious rooms.

PLACES TO EAT

The Pittsburgh restaurant scene is a little different than most cities. In many neighbourhoods, they can be difficult to find and are often patronized mainly by locals. The hills and rivers make the roads tricky. Each district has its unique restaurants, but the main districts for eating are the Strip District, South Side and, of course Downtown. Mt Washington, Lawrenceville, Shadyside, Oakland, Bloomfield, and Squirrel Hill also contain a wide variety of restaurants. If you're willing to go a little off the beaten path, you'll also find gems tucked away just slightly further out of the way. Unique Pittsburgh dishes to try include the famous Primanti Sandwich, halushky, pierogies, kolbasi, stuffed cabbage, city chicken, and chipped ham.

Some of the most famous places to eat in Pittsburgh:

  • Primanti Bros: Specialties include the Primanti Sandwich & French Fries.
  • The Strip District has tons of ethnic groceries, eateries, and vendors, with plenty of free samples.
  • Squirrel Hill has a variety of more ethnic restaurants: Mediterranean, kosher, Italian, etc.
  • Bloomfield, known as Pittsburgh's Little Italy, is home to many small Italian restaurants.

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