Hotels >Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel
Screw this place. I didn't stay at the hotel but attended a function there. I was smoking a cigar and they made me put it out. I went in the bathroom and defficated on the floor in the public bathroom. No one tells me what to do
Great Hotel BUT.... It's a great hotel but if any of you are looking to save some $$ then book it at referer.us/8/GoodHotelDeals They usually have some pretty good deals on there!
Luxury accommodations, pampering amenities and expressive decor are the trademarks of this upscale Marriott-owned property..
Guests looking for an escape from the cookie-cutter hotel experience will enjoy Renaissance's many special touches. Stylish guest rooms are equipped with a 25-inch TV, radio, iron and ironing board, and coffeemaker. Guests may luxuriate in a sumptuous bed with a soft feather blanket and plush pillows while reading a complimentary daily newspaper. Other property features include a fitness center, relaxing Club Level lounge for cocktails and conversation and convenient concierge, laundry and valet services.
Best Hotel in Pittsburgh. Nice place. One of the best hotels in Pittsburgh! It is close to everthing, great place during football season to stay if your from out of town.
Gets buys but great!. When me and tyler and the kids went to this hotel it was great!!! We highly reccomend this. The food is great and the seervice is perfect
Wonderful elegant hotel for in and out of town guests.
The Renaissance Pittsburgh is one of my favorite hotels in the United States. I have averaged well over one hundred nights per year in luxury hotels for many years and have continued to find this hotel to be a warm inviting place for business and personal needs. I have stayed in the Renaissance at least three times per year since it opened and seen it only improve.
The rooms have all been spacious and well appointed with the little touches (Chocolates, spring water, extra soft towels) that make the experience much more enjoyable. The extremely high ceilings in the rooms and the number of windows provide a feeling of airiness and space that many hotel rooms lack. They are rooms that you can look forward to going back to after a long day. I would, and have, recommended this hotel to business and personal guests and have had nothing but wonderful reviews. It has helped to change somewhat antiquated views of the region to visitors.
Keep up the excellent work in this gem of a hotel.
A grand entrance in one of the city's most elegant hotels..
A member of Historic Hotels of America, this beautiful 1906 building sits on the Allegheny River. Its impressive rotunda lobby area is decorated in traditional European style and features mosaic tiles, lots of marble and a majestic double staircase. Given the luxuriousness of this place, its starting rates are exceptional.
The bedrooms are classic, done in muted blue, cream and coffee tones. Dark wood furnishings give them a dignified air. The Phipps Presidential Suite is like a small apartment, with spacious living and dining areas. Business travelers are well catered to with amenities such as work desks, two-line phones, speaker phones, voice mail, data ports and high-speed Internet access. Rooms also come with CD players and Sony PlayStations. The Bridge Bar and Prelude Wine Bar maintain the classic look of the property, while Opus Restaurant offers a departure, with its brightly painted walls. There is a nicely equipped fitness room, which is open 24 hours, and guests are also offered passes to Bally Total Fitness.
Worth the rating. My girlfriend and I have visited some of the best hotels in NYC, and this one compares with all of them. The lobby is classy, and the rooms are beautiful. The bed is the like sleeping on a cloud. Right next door to the Bynam and you can park across the steeet for $3 a night. Try that in NYC.
Luxury!!!. This is definiteyly the most romantic and luxurious hotel in Pittsburgh. I make it a point to stay nowhere else when I'm in town.
An amazing place to stay!.
Unfortunately, I only got to stay here one night (for a friend's wedding) but it was one of my best hotel stays ever. The whole place is elegant and romantic. The staff was great - courteous and efficient. The building is great. The lobby alone was amazing. The rooms were very nice too-- very luxurious. The next time I stay I'll spring or one of the rooms on the top corners of the building -- one that I visited had a huge private patio overlooking the city.
In case you're curious, the catering at the reception was incredible as well. My meal tasted as if it was cooked for me alone, not as one of 200.
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