First Hospitality Group to manage newly acquired Pittsburgh Hampton Inn

The Hampton Inn Pittsburgh/Monroeville. Photo credit: Hilton

Rosemont, Ill.-based First Hospitality Group acquired and will manage the Hampton Inn Pittsburgh/Monroeville in Monroeville, Pa. FHG president David Duncan made the announcement.

Located at 3000 Mosside Blvd. in the eastern suburbs of Pittsburgh, the 140-room hotel offers an on-site Outback Steakhouse, fitness room, pool and business center. The hotel will undergo $2.5 million in renovations starting in Q4 2018, including updates to the exterior façade and lobby market, an expanded fitness room and new guest bathrooms.

“This year has been an exciting one for First Hospitality Group, and this announcement is reflective of the particularly strong acquisition and opening pipeline that we’ve experienced since the beginning of the year,” Duncan said in a statement. “Strategically positioned in the heart of a growing market, we are eager to enhance the unrivaled guest experiences and superior bottom-line results at the Hampton Inn Pittsburgh/Monroeville.”


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Situated off Pennsylvania Turnpike Exit 57 on the corner of Monroeville Business 22 William Penn Highway and Mosside Blvd Rt. 48, the hotel is just two miles from the Monroeville Convention Center and the 65 specialty retailers of the Monroeville Shopping Mall and Cinemark Theater, five miles from the skiing and wave pool of Boyce Park and within close proximity to the Kennywood Amusement Park. Nearby attractions include the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium, Kennywood Park, National Aviary, Duquesne Incline and more than 15 museums. The hotel is also nearby Heinz Field, PNC Park, PPG Paints Arena and Stage AE Northshore, as well as Station Square/Mount Washington, which offers shopping options and dinner.

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