At first, we thought the Sunnyledge looked like a nice and interesting bed and breakfast. Were we wrong!
We were traveling with a 9 year old and told the front desk when we called that we needed a suite with two rooms with a rollaway bed in the second room. The room was very expensive, but they said they could accommodate. When we got there. The rollaway was in the same room as the main bed, and the person working at the hotel said if we wanted it moved into the other room, we had to move it ourselves.
The bathtub was poorly constructed and two of the three people in our party fell out of it violently.
The website is absurd: there is no longer any restaurant or tearoom. All there is on offer for breakfast are toasted Lenders bagels and "half" a glass of orange juice.
Finally, they add on a charge for parking without telling you. The person at the front desk admitted this was a bit crazy but said it "used" to make sense to do this when there was a restaurant onsite. We would've parked on the street!
For the first time in my life, I left a message for the manager to call me. So far, I've waited a week an have not received a call. Do NOT stay here ever! It's dusty, extremely overpriced, absurdly understaffed, and the car noise will prevent you from sleeping.
- Also Known As:
- Sunnyledge Boutique Pittsburgh
- Hotel Sunnyledge Boutique