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Where to Stay.

A breakdown of different neighborhoods that have great walking access to

restaurants, bars and things to do.


If you want to AirBnB:


An up and coming neighborhood with bars, restaurants and boutiques. Butler Street is the main road that runs through this neighborhood and houses about 20 blocks of places to eat, drink and shop. 

Shadyside/ East Liberty

Great restaurants, coffee shops, high-end boutiques, etc. located on Walnut Street. Beautiful old homes with

tree-lined streets, great festivals throughout the summer and easy access to other parts of the city! 

The Strip District

Pittsburgh's version of NYC's Meat Packing District. A historic area with great restaurants and quirky shops. Incredible markets, street vendors, great food, fun shops and plenty of

Pittsburgh memorabilia!

The North Side

Historic rowhouses near great coffee shops and restaurants. It's connected to the North Shore where you'll find the Pirates and Steelers' stadiums. Easy access to the Riverfront Park, Stage AE, museums, downtown, The Point, etc. 

Mt. Washington

A little disconnected from the rest of the city, but offers the absolute best view of Pittsburgh. Great high-end restaurants, access to The Incline, city overlooks and shopping and restaurants located within the Shiloh Street Shops.


The center of the city! Connected to the theaters, restaurants and bars in the Cultural District, Market Square, and the fountain and festivals that happen at the Point. Some really pretty views of the water and all of the bridges!

If you want a hotel setting:


The Tryp (dog friendly!)

The Strip District:

Homewood Suites by Hilton (parking included!)

The North Side:

Hyatt Place - North Shore


The AC Hotel by Marriot

The Kimpton

Etage Executive Living


Hyatt House

The Inn on Negley

East Liberty:

Kasa the Maverick (In a historic YMCA!)

Hotel Indigo

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