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Sunnyledge Boutique Hotel and Tea Room

+1 412-683-5014

Stay at Pittsburgh's Famous Sunnyledge Boutique Hotel 

What Do the Rooms Include? 

The Sunnyledge Boutique Hotel & Tea Room dates to 1886, when the building was the home of Dr. James H. McClelland, who founded Shadyside Hospital. Now considered one of Pittsburgh's most iconic historic buildings, Sunnyledge retains its original oak paneling and fixtures but has been updated to appeal to the sophisticated traveler, with marble en suite bathrooms and garden views. 

What Amenities does the Sunnyledge Boutique Hotel Offer?

The free parking, high-speed Internet, and continental breakfast will make your stay as convenient as possible. Twice-daily maid service and same-day valet and laundry services are also offered; you can even get a free shoe shine. Also on site are a library and exercise room. At the Club Room, you can request an after-dinner liqueur or a "smoking" martini.  

What Are the Rates Like? 

A room at the Sunnyledge Boutique Hotel starts from $189 per night for a standard room, and up to $275 for a luxury suite. Corporate and extended-stay rates, available upon request, start at $139. Rooms feature a king-size bed, microwave, mini fridge, hair dryer, and bathrobes. Room upgrades are also available upon request; room sizes vary.

What's the Bottom Line? 

The Sunnyledge offers old-school charm within convenient walking distance of shops, restaurants, the University of Pittsburgh, and Carnegie Mellon University. If you're looking for a modern hotel experience in a grand old building, the Sunnyledge may be for you.  

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Squirrel Hill North
5124-36 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
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Gayot
A nice (and reasonably priced) alternative to the chains in the area. There are just eight bedrooms and suites whose décor boldly goes for an eclectic blending of patterns.
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