Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Pittsburgh area.
The Allegheny terrain alone insures that Pittsburgh is never dull. A few of the downtown streets have dramatic and impossible grades, but the layout of Pittsburgh, which would be daunting just about anywhere else, is actually fun to negotiate, maybe because the residents here, who seem somehow more friendly and confident here than anywhere else, look at it that way themselves. Pittsburgh is the largest inland port in the country, where the Ohio, Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers meet at Point State Park, across from Three Rivers Stadium, right downtown. Consequently, the level of cultural sophistication and commercial variety rival that of larger Atlantic seabord towns. Yet, Pittsburg also is a short drive from the more rural towns of Ohio, West Virginia and southern Pennsylvania, where a vital part of original American culture still farms, mines and speaks with an accent unique to this area, as they have for generations. No matter how many times you visit, or how long you stay, you will never tire of the beauty and variety of Pittsburgh.
You can begin researching lodging properties and on-site restaurants in the Pittsburgh area by selecting one of the options shown below.
|·||Downtown Pittsburgh||·||Pittsburgh Airport|
|Lodging located in the Central Pittsburgh area near the Lawrence Convention Center and Three Rivers Stadium.||Lodging options near the Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT), located 15 miles west of downtown.|
|Lodging throughout the Pittsburgh metropolitan area, in cities such as Monroeville, Allegheny and others.||Lodging options in Washington County, southwest of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County.|
|·||Northern West Virginia||·||Eastern Ohio|
|Lodging in the northern West Virginia area, including Morgantown and Fairmont.||Lodging options in eastern Ohio communities that border West Virginia and Pennsylvania, including Steubenville and others.|
|Lodging in communities surrounding the Greater Pittsburgh area, including Belle Vernon, Beaver Falls, Monaca, Uniontown, North Huntington and others.|
Area Facts: Pittsburgh, where such groundbreaking movies as Night of the Living Dead and Silence of the Lambs were filmed, is the home of the Nickelodeon, the first theater to show nothing but motion pictures, in 1905. The area code for Pittsburgh is 412.
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