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Omni William Penn Hotel

1,746 reviews
+1 412-281-7100

Top Amenities

Pets Allowed
Fitness Center
Bar or Lounge

The Omni William Penn Hotel, Where Luxurious Living Isn't Expensive

What Does an Omni William Penn Room Include?

Rooms come with king size, queen size, or two double beds and hypoallergenic bedding designed to add to your comfort. With its three separate bedrooms, the Presidential Suite is ideal for a larger group. The flat panel TVs and digital TV service will keep you entertained.

What Amenities/Features are Available?

This budget hotel has two restaurants on site. For 1920s style dining, the Speakeasy is the restaurant of choice. A free newspaper is available, and the fitness center is open 24 hours per day. Guests can also keep looking their best at the on-site hair salon. The Omni Sensational Kids Program welcomes children in a special way. To promote healthy eating while on vacation, each child receives a bag full of goodies, including games.

What are the room rates at the Omni William Penn Hotel?

Room rates varies depending on length of stay. You can find per-night rates staring at $175. However, depending on your choice of room, this can go up to almost $300 per night.

What activities are popular near the Omni William Penn Hotel?

Pittsburgh hotels like the Omni William Penn provide lots of opportunities to enjoy what the city has to offer. If you like the theater and cultural performances, attend one of the events at the Benedum Center, which is three blocks from the hotel. The ToonSeum: Pittsburgh Museum of Cartoon Art is four blocks away, but well worth the visit to learn more about the history of cartoons.

What's the Bottom Line?

Unlike many other hotels nearby, the Omni William Penn Hotel has a multilingual staff. For the business or leisure traveler, the Omni William Penn Hotel provides the right mix of everything a guest could need.

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Central Business District
530 William Penn Place
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
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User Highlights
Overall Guest Score
"Staff were highly attentive and committed" "Extremely attentive wait staff"
90% found the staff to be very friendly.
98% thought the service was very professional.
"Exquisite lobby area" "Gorgeous common spaces"
89% thought the building was wonderful.
92% enjoyed the lobby entrance.
"Lovely lobby and restaurants" "Location was excellent"
Parking was ok, according to 55%.
For 78%, parking prices were too high.
"Exquisite lobby area" "Unparalleled old world charm"
92% enjoyed the lobby entrance.
91% enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.
Wellness Area
"Private massage" "Exercise room open 24hours"
top-notch fitness area, thought 96%.
"Amazing dinner" "Great steak"
81% loved the menu selection.
The price was too high for 57%.
"Restroom was small" "Tiny corner room behind service elevators"
Only 55% said rooms were big enough.
Only 68% said rooms were clean enough.
"Fantastic Sunday breakfast buffet" "Complimentary morning coffee"
76% said the breakfast was too expensive.
"Immaculate bedding" "A/C WORKED GREAT"
Only 55% said rooms were big enough.
Beds were acceptable for 55%.
Value for money
"High class luxurious yet affordable place to stay" "Free subway system"
55% thought it was overpriced.
76% said the breakfast was too expensive.
"Lacked free internet in most rooms" "Wifi should really be included"
55% thought it was overpriced.
94% said the wifi quality was bad.

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Pleasant entrance area
Stylish Hotel
Nice building
Friendly atmosphere
Expert Reviews
Pittsburgh's grand hotel has a sumptuous lobby, where people relax with drinks under a coffered ceiling and crystal chandeliers.
Michelin Guide
Modeled after France's Fonrainebleau, the lobby of this downtown historic landmark (1916) features ornate molded ceilings and arched doorways.
This historic, sky-scraping, 1916 building could compete with the best of them among the classic brick architecture of New York City.