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The Hyatt Regency Pittsburgh International Airport is a full-service hotel, which is actually connected to the Pittsburgh airport terminal. The hotel also features an indoor 50-foot lap pool, whirlpool and sauna.
Hyatt Regency features 336 stylish and soundproof hotel rooms at Pittsburgh International Airport, where you can unwind and stay productive. Our modern and stylish décor complements high-end amenities, including Hyatt Grand Beds®, luxury linens, 42” HDTVs, separate lounging areas, and KennetMD bath products. Stay productive at the oversized work desk and with Wi-Fi access, and dock your iPod® to the iHome alarm clock radio to play your tunes.
- High Speed Internet
- 24 Hour Front Desk
- Air Conditioned
- Business Center
- Concierge Desk
- Laundry and Valet Services
- Room Service
- Safe Deposit Box
bellfarm Kitchen | Bar is a pure farm-to-table Pittsburgh experience with a rustic contemporary environment that reflects the earth’s simplicity of the food. A communal table, expanded bar and warm colors complement the tabletops. Unique and varied seating provide inviting dining spaces for business meetings, happy hour gatherings, private dining events and social gatherings.
Cancellation policy varies between rate types.
Cancellation and guarantee policies may vary by rate and room type and full details can be found once you proceed to the next step. Fees and any applicable deposits may not include tax and are subject to change, please inspect the price breakdown once you have selected a room. Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy. Any special requests are subject to availability upon check-in, cannot be guranteed and may incur additional charges.
Out and About Gay Travel Guides are available at each and every World Rainbow Hotel. They are prepared by the concierge and staff at the hotel and aim to provide you with up to date information about the local gay and lesbian scene.
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About the Location
Pittsburgh is a one-of-a-kind, steel town that has made way for the renaissance, keeping history a revered place in the mix. Ride the longest and oldest incline in the U.S.(built in 1869) to the top of Mount Washington and stroll around this charming neighborhood. Walk to one of the many look-outs to view the confluence of the Monongahela and Allegheny Rivers as they meet to form the mighty Ohio River (you’ll also look down on Fort Duquesne, built in 1754 by the French and Fort Pitt, built in 1758).
This is a microcosm of Pittsburgh itself; multiple cultures forging a new city out of the remnants of a once great mecca for the steel industry in the U.S. Tour Point State Park to experience the historic beginnings of William Pitts’ namesake. Cruise the river on the Gateway Clipper. Tour Heinz Field, or root for the Steelers at a home game. Plenty to do and see!
Points of interest
- Pittsburgh International Airport
- Robert Morris University