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Pittsburgh Cheap Hotel Rooms in Pittsburgh

The greatest concentration of hotels is in downtown Pittsburgh and it is sometimes possible to get a room at one of the top hotels for a cheap price from a discount site online. Also, make sure that you are aware of the Steelers home game schedule – hotel prices peak during these dates.

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When to Visit Based on Price
Low Season: October through April. Average Daily Rates of:
  • 2 Star: $50-$80
  • 3 Star: $80-$130
  • 4 Star: $150-$300
High Season: May through September. Average Daily Rates of:
  • 2 Star:$60-$90
  • 3 Star: $100-$150
  • 4 Star: $150-$300
Magic Savings Tip:Hotels in Pittsburgh are cheapest in the winter and this is the best time of year to get discounted rates. Spring and fall are more expensive, as there are many conventions in town at this time of the year.

Located at the confluence of the Monongahela and Allegheny Rivers, Pittsburgh is a city in South-western Pennsylvania. It doesn’t have much of a reputation as a tourist destination, but it has a lot to offer the visitor – including lovely scenic streets, cheap food and beer and lots of culture. Pittsburghers are known for being welcoming, friendly, unpretentious and down-to-earth.

Key Attractions

Pittsburgh is home to many excellent museums, including the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, the Carnegie Museum of Art, the Frick Art and Historical Centre, the Andy Warhol Museum, the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh and the Toonseum (which is dedicated to the cartoon arts).
The city also has a number of impressive architectural attractions, including the Union Trust Building, the U.S. Steel Tower and the David L. Lawrence Convention Centre.
Many visitors also take the opportunity to see a Pittsburgh Steelers NFL game played at Heinz Field.

Having Fun

Pittsburgh has its own magazine which offers a “Best Restaurants” section, offering tips on the best places to eat. The main areas of the city for great restaurants include the Strip District, Downtown, South Side and Mt. Washington – although there are great gems tucked away in other neighbourhoods too. Try the quintessential Pittsburgh “Primanti Sandwich”.
The bars in Pittsburgh are friendly and unpretentious – so you are in for a fun and lively night. Check out the Flats neighbourhood on the South Side for a popular and diverse bar scene. For posh nightclubs, check out the Strip District. Also, there are many cool jazz bars in the Downtown area where you can sip a glass of wine while listening to excellent live music.


The most popular shopping districts in Pittsburgh include the many hip shops on the South Side, the upmarket designer shops in Shadyside and the funky ethnic markets and street vendors of the Strip District. Also, make sure that you check out the16:62 Design Zone, which stretches between 16 and 62nd Streets up to Lawrenceville and offers unique arts and crafts and home decor by local artesans.


A popular day trip from Pittsburgh is Kennywood Park, an amusement park featuring one of the best wooden rollercoasters in the country – The Thunderbolt.
Also, Pittsburgh is a great jumping off point for exploring the Laurel Highlands which is a scenic hilly area approximately 50 miles to the southeast. This region is popular for whitewater rafting, kayaking, trout fishing, hunting, hikin.
If you like golf, there are a number of great golf courses within the region – such as the Seven Springs award winning golf course or the Mystic Rock Golf Course – home of the PGA 84 Classic and one of the top rated courses in the world.

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