Quality Inn Pittsburgh North
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn Pittsburgh North
This hotel was very basic. Had frig, microwave, cold air. But the decor was outdated and the room smelled musty and it felt like the carpet was damp. We chose it because it was late an on our route, looked nice from the outside and was affordable. However, I would not choose to stay here again.
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