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Visiting the Steel City

Pittsburgh is a beautiful, fun city with lots of things to do. Here you'll find some pointers to places to stay and things to do while in Pittsburgh, besides attending Kathleen and Brian's wedding ceremony and reception, of course. With the wedding on Labor Day weekend, you may want to make a full visit of your trip to town. Enjoy the city.

On this page, we have a listing of hotels and some attractions.

Hotels and accomodations

Please keep in mind that our wedding falls on a holiday weekend; make your reservations accordingly. Rather than book a block of rooms, we've provided an abbreviated list of nearby hotels arranged according to budget.

All of these hotels are within 10 to 15 minutes of both the wedding and the reception site. The airport is very close, so there are many options available for lodging.

Spring Hill Suites by Marriott, Pittsburgh Airport $$
239 Summit Park Dr; Pittsburgh, PA 15275
1-412-494-9446, 1-888-287-9400
There is a block of rooms reserved here. About 7 mi. from the airport, Spring Hill features suites with in-room wet bars, fridges, and microwaves. Accommodations also include high-speed internet access in all guest rooms, complimentary continental breakfast, and indoor pool and exercise room.

Hyatt Regency, Pittsburgh International Airport $$$
1111 Airport Blvd; Pittsburgh, PA 15231
The Hyatt is the only hotel located on the airport property and is connected to the terminal by an enclosed, moving walkway. They also offer shuttle service within a 15 mi. radius of the hotel. The hotel features a coffee bar, the Olive Press Mediterranean restaurant, exercise room, indoor lap pool, and whirlpool. AAA/AARP rates available.

Wyndam Pittsburgh Airport $$$
777 Aten Rd; Coraopolis, PA 15108
1-412-788-8800, 1-800-WYNDHAM
Located 6 mi. from the airport, the Wyndham provides complimentary shuttle service to/from the airport and our reception facility. The hotel also features the Meritage Grill and Lounge restaurant, exercise room, indoor and outdoor pools, whirlpool, and sauna. AAA/AARP rates available.

Pittsburgh Airport Candlewood Suites $$
100 Chauvet Dr; Pittsburgh, PA 15275
1-412-787-7700, 1-800-CANDLEWOOD
Situated about 6 mi. from the airport, Candlewood Suites is an extended stay inn featuring fully-equipped kitchens. It is located in a commercial shopping area and is within walking distance to several restaurants.

Four Points by Sheraton Pittsburgh Airport $$
One Industry Lane; Pittsburgh, PA 15275
Located 6 mi. from the airport, Four Points provides complimentary shuttle service. It features an outdoor pool and the Keystone Café and lounge. AAA/AARP rates available.

Country Inn & Suites $
5311 Campbells Run Rd; Pittsburgh, PA 15205
1-412-788-8400, 1-800-456-4000
Country Inn & Suites is located 7 mi. from the airport and provides complimentary airport and area transportation. CI&S also features complimentary continental breakfast and fitness center.

Pittsburgh Airport Comfort Inn $
7011 Old Steubenville Pike; Oakdale, PA 15071
1-412-787-2600, 1-877-424-6423
Located approx. 7 mi. from the airport, the inn offers free shuttle service. The Comfort Inn also features complimentary continental breakfast and is adjacent to the Tonidale Landmark Inn restaurant and lounge.

Studio PLUS Deluxe Studios Pittsburgh Airport $
200 Chauvet Dr; Pittsburgh, PA 15275
1-412-490-0979, 1-800-EXT-STAY
About 7 mi. from the airport, Studio Plus is an extended stay inn offering both nightly and weekly rates. Each studio also features complete kitchens with utensils and cookware. Although the inn does not have a restaurant on its premises, it is situated in a commercial shopping area and within walking distance to several restaurants.


Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh: Kathleen's (unbiased) opinion is that these are some of the nation's finest museums. You'll find the Carnegie Museum of Art and the Carnegie Museum of Natural History within walking distance of one another in Oakland. The Carnegie Science Center is downtown near Heinz Field, and the Andy Warhol Art Museum is on the North Side.

Kennywood: One of the country's oldest amusement parks, and in the national registry of historic places. The park features a bunch of great coasters, Garfield's Nightmare and a Noah's Ark funhouse that is randomness taken physical form. See what Brian said about it.

The Pittsburgh Pirates: A major league baseball game can be a ton of fun, right? Sure, it's not the Cubs, but what can you do? We'll put word here if they have a home game over the wedding weekend. Update: Okay, so it is the Cubs. As of now, it looks like the Pirates are playing a home game against the Chicago Cubs on Sunday, September 4th. It may be a popular game for the midwesterners at the wedding..