Embassy Suites opens downtown Pittsburgh property

Embassy Suites Pittsburgh

 

Hilton Worldwide opened the Embassy Suites by Hilton Pittsburgh Downtown. Located in downtown Pittsburgh on the top 11 floors of the historic 25-story Henry W. Oliver Building, Embassy Suites by Hilton Pittsburgh Downtown has 225 suites. The hotel, which is the only full service, all-suite hotel in downtown Pittsburgh, is owned by McKnight Realty Partners and managed by Indus Hotels.

Embassy Suites by Hilton Pittsburgh Downtown has the building’s original stone, marble and terra cotta façade dating back to 1910, combined with modern elements and design. The hotel’s Sky Lobby is located on the 25th floor, and offers panoramic views of downtown Pittsburgh from 348 feet up.

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The property includes amenities such as its free made-to-order breakfast, a two-hour complimentary Evening Reception with snacks and beverages and two-room suites with a separate living area and private bedroom. The two-room suites include two flat-screen high-definition televisions and wet bar fitted with a microwave, mini-fridge and a selection of gourmet coffee and teas from The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf. The hotel also has an indoor heated swimming pool, business center and fitness center.

The hotel offers its guests a number of on-site dining options ranging from casual upscale to grab-and-go snacks. Hotel restaurants include, Elevation, serving American comfort food, and Ollie’s Gastropub.

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