Pittsburgh Hotels - Downtown
Omni William Penn Hotel
Learn about the pros and cons of the Hilton Pittsburgh Hotel and Towers located at the point in downtown Pittsburgh.
Doubletree Hotel Pittsburgh City Center
Formerly the Ramada Plaza Suites, the newly renovated Doubletree in Downtown Pittsburgh offers modern guest rooms and suites with wireless highspeed Internet access. Located in the heart of Pittsburgh's business district, about 2 blocks from the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
Hilton Pittsburgh & Towers
Located at the gateway to Pittsburgh's Golden Triangle and Point State Park, the Hilton has been a landmark building in Pittsburgh's skyline since 1959. This upscale hotel includes a 17,000 ft ballroom and an executive business center.
Mariott Pittsburgh City Center
Ideally located in the heart of downtown Pittsburgh, directly across from the Civic Arena, the Marriott Pittsburgh City Center is equipped with 401 comfortable guest rooms, 14 meeting rooms and three foyers. Dining is in the renowned "Steelhead Grill."
Omni William Penn Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh's most famous hotel with oversized guest rooms which exude old-world charm while offering modern conveniences. Located in the heart of downtown, you'll find yourself close to shopping, restaurants, popular theaters, and the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. Formerly known as the Westin William Penn.
Renaissance Pittsburgh Marriott
The historic Fulton Building, designed by Grosvenor Atterbury as a hotel in 1906 for Henry Phipps, has been lovingly restored as a 300 room luxury hotel in the heart of Pittsburgh's cultural district.
Sheraton Hotel Station Square
292 rooms and suites in a downtown riverfront location across the Monongahela river from city center. Gorgeous views and an easy walk or subway ride to town. Adjacent restored train station holds shops and restaurants.
Westin Pittsburgh Convention Center Hotel
Located adjacent to the David Lawrence Convention Center, The Westin Pittsburgh Convention Center hotel has an enviable position in the heart of the city's business and cultural districts close to the Andy Warhol Museum and Heinz Hall and near Station Square, Carnegie Science Center, the new football stadium and PNC Park, home of the Pittsburgh Pirates.