Hotels in Pittsburgh,

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Pittsburgh Hotels For Seeing Steel City

Pittsburgh is a popular destination for its rich history as an industrial capital in the early 20th-century. While its architecture, landmarks and culture date back to the 1750s, the city is full of modern treasures to explore and exciting attractions to visit. We have the best hotels in Pittsburgh to be your home away from during your trip to western Pennsylvania.  

Hotels in Pittsburgh to Explore History, Past and Present

Pittsburgh is a mecca of art and culture, and that's on full display in the city's numerous museums. The Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh consist of four distinct attractions; the Carnegie Museum of Art, the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Carnegie Science Center and The Andy Warhol Museum. Spend a few hours or several days taking in the fascinating exhibits, displays and artwork at each of these fantastic museums. From avid art fans to curious kiddos, there's something amazing here for all ages.

The Duquesne and Monongahela Inclines are popular tourist attractions whose red and yellow cars transport visitors and locals throughout the city. Both rides offer stunning views of the city skyline and attractions along the way. The Duquesne Incline is located just west of the Fort Pitt Bridge and has a breathtaking observation deck. The Monongahela Incline is found near the Smithfield Bridge in Station Square and is surrounded by eateries, shops and live entertainment. Both inclines bring you to Mt.  Washington, which is well worth the steep ascent. Here, you can enjoy sweeping views, delicious bites at “Restaurant Row,” and scenic hiking trails. Take your pick or make the most of your trip and be sure to take both inclines to experience these uniquely Pittsburgh rides for yourself.  

Top Pittsburgh Hotels to Visit Like a Champion

Our downtown Pittsburgh hotels put you in the heart of the city, where the vibe is electric and lively. Nearby Market Square is a must-see attraction with boutiques, restaurants, galleries and family activities. Constructed in 1764, Market Square once served as the area’s first courthouse and jail, but today it’s a bustling epicenter of shopping, live entertainment and year-round events.  

Pittsburgh is a sports lover's dream, boasting not one but three professional teams. PPG Paints Arena is a massive indoor venue that hosts Pittsburgh’s professional ice hockey team, the Pittsburgh Penguins, as well as concerts and shows. If you’re looking to catch a ball game, head to PNC Park, home of Major League Baseball’s Pittsburgh Pirates. Located on Pittsburgh’s North Shore, the stadium features an intimate, classic-style ballpark with scenic views of the downtown skyline and gorgeous riverfront. And Heinz Field is where you can cheer on the hometown professional football team, the Pittsburgh Steelers. The open-air stadium offers different experiences depending on the season and time of year, from balmy spring games to famously chilly games where you’ll want to be sure to pack a parka.   

Best Pittsburgh Hotels for an Urban Escape

Pittsburgh is known for its iconic waterfront scenery and Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is another example of the city’s beauty. Found at Schenley Park in the city’s vibrant Oakland neighborhood, the wonders of nature welcome visitors to explore the 15 acres of glasshouses, gardens and plants. Stroll among orchids, reflect by bonsai collections and smell the fragrance of exotic tropics for a tranquil escape in the heart of suburbia. After filling the senses, head back to the comfort and relaxation of the top hotels in Pittsburgh.  

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