The facility is a joy to stay at when you want to be near downtown Pittsburgh, PA. They are very refined. It is quiet and restful. The rooms are well decorated. I would mention that you may want to pay up for the king beds because the smaller bedrooms come with a very small room for the shower and toilet. They have a nice shuttle service that will take you to downtown. It runs normal times and the drivers are quite nice. The entrance includes a small palor and a full service bar that is great for meeting your party before going out. We will definitely go back again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A former Benedictine Monastery, the Priory Hotel is a boutique hotel located in the heart of Pittsburgh's historic Deutschtown district. Built in 1888 (with a new addition which opened in January 2011), the Priory offers late 19th century historic ambiance, with all of the modern amenities, including flat screen televisions, in-room safes and coffee service, and complimentary hard wired and wireless Internet service. The Priory is within easy walking distance of many Pittsburgh attractions, including the Andy Warhol Museum, National Aviary, PNC Park and Heinz Field, and is less than a mile from downtown Pittsburgh. The Priory Hotel offers a complimentary European-style Continental breakfast every morning; parking is complimentary as well. Don't feel like leaving the property? Our Monks' Bar is open daily, and you can enjoy a cool drink in our cozy sitting room (with a wood burning fireplace), or out in our garden courtyard. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Priory Hotel Pittsburgh