Welcome to Pittsburgh! We are most notably known for our historical past as the Steel City, but we are also known for all the things to do in the area. While we are quietly removed from urban traffic, our hotel set just seconds from I-376 with access to both the city of Pittsburgh and the eastern suburbs. Just 9 miles from the center of the city, we are an easy drive to all major sights and attractions.
Things to Do
Carnegie Mellon University 7.9 mi
Kennywood Amusement Park 8.1 mi
Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium 8.4 mi
Carnegie Museum of Art 8.5 mi
Phipps Conservatory 8.7 mi
University of Pittsburgh 9.0 mi
Duquesne University 9.8 mi
Sandcastle Waterpark 10.0 mi
Heinz Hall 11.2 mi
Arcade Comedy Theater 11.4 mi
Andy Warhol Museum 11.5 mi
PNC Park 11.9 mi
Heinz Field 12.1 mi
Carnegie Science Center 12.4 mi
Bicycle Heaven 17 mi
Inndigo Blue Onsite
Wise Foods 0.4 mi
Green Forest Churrascaria 0.5 mi
A&W 1.7 mi
Applebees Grill + Bar 2.1 mi
Eat n Park 2.2 mi
Texas Roadhouse 2.3 mi
Charleys Philly Steaks 3.2 mi
Gateway Grill 5.0 mi
Fellini's Pizzeria 5.2 mi
Let’s go Bucs! Welcome to the home of the hometown Pittsburgh Pirates. Located along the shore of the Allegheny River, PNC Park takes full advantage of the picturesque riverfront, the scenic views of our downtown area, and revels in the spirit of a classic-style baseball field while still being rooted in the modern design of Pittsburgh. For the last 18 years, the park has served as a key part of the local charm of the city and is the perfect stop for any baseball fan visiting the area.
Pittsburgh is not only a major U.S. City, it also home to the artist and Pop Culture Icon, Andy Warhol. In commemoration to his legacy, the Andy Warhol Museum is a must go for any fan or overall art enthusiast. The facility features 7 floors and the “Underground”, all thematically set up to go through Warhol’s work, his techniques and artists who were inspired by the legacy he laid. Come take it all in, speak to professionals on his work, and for those art lovers, get your hands dirty and create your very own pieces onsite using the same techniques he did.
Say hello to Bicycle Heaven! (no really it is bicycle heaven). What started as one discard bike in 1996, Bicycle Heaven has grown to over 3,000 bikes scattered throughout and consists of any bike under the sun. It is the largest bicycle museum & shop in the world, rated on Trip Advisor as the #1 Pittsburgh Museum, and has garnered critical acclaim from the New York Times – it is incredible to say the least.