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Historic Hotels in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh is a historic town, incorporated in 1816. Travelers who want a real taste of the city’s storied past can book a stay at a unique resort that’s as interesting as any attraction.
from $135
Omni William Penn Hotel: Timeless Elegance
The Omni William Penn Hotel history dates back to 1916. Designed by famous architects Franklin Abbott and Benno Janssen, this hotel features old world style that takes visitors back in time. Every seated president since Theodore Roosevelt has visited this landmark, up to and including President Barack Obama. Spacious guest rooms include cherry wood furnishings and detailed crown molding.
from $135
Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel: An Imposing Construction
The Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel history is long, dating back to its 1906 construction. Skilled architect Grosvenor Atterbury designed the building. The rotunda dome weighs 20 tons and was lifted into place long before the invention of cranes.The guest rooms are as stunning as the rest of the hotel with their 12-foot ceilings and marble vanities. Modern amenities are in evidence as well, including iPod docks, wireless Internet access, and Web TV.
from $99
Courtyard by Marriott Pittsburgh Downtown: Striking Renovations
Guests looking for hotels in the cultural district of Pittsburgh can’t do better than the Courtyard by Marriott Pittsburgh Downtown. This structure was renovated from four historical buildings and retains its classic exterior appearance. Inside, guests find sleek contemporary décor, a modern lobby, and a bright color palate. A spacious patio and grill extend the hotel’s amenities far beyond its walls.