Hyatt Regency Pittsburgh International Airport
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Great hotel AND location
I stayed here for business April 13th. The hotel itself is very nice and the restaurant is good as well. The rooms are very clean and well appointed.
The work out facility has new cardio machines, dumbells and a couple of weight machines. One thing that surprised me is that the hotel does not provide water in the fitness center.
It is a 5 minute walk to the Pittsburgh Airport - you can't get a more convenient location. My only complaint is that there is not a gift shop at the hotel to purchase snacks, magazines, etc. I would stay here again and recommend it for anyone needing to be close to the airport.
Great hotel choice for travel
A little late, but better than never:
We stayed at the Hyatt on our wedding night in August 2005. The service was very pleasant. We were very pleased with our room. Good size, wonderful shower with two heads, nice bedding.
We were however disappointed with the noise level. There were children on the floor banging around. (Slamming doors, running up and down the hallway, yelling.) This was less than romantic and admittedly not the hotel's fault. I was however suprised that the room wasn't better sound-proofed. We probably should have complained, but it seemed like more effort than it was worth since the banging began after we had gone to bed.
We needed to arrive at the airport at 5:30 a.m., so the location couldn't be beat. I actually was disappointed we were leaving so early that we couldn't have breakfast delivered to the room!
We are staying again in May before an early trip. This time we won't hestitate to complain about noisy neighbors!
Oh, and a great tip -- try hotwire(-). We got a our room for $66 -- you can tell it's the Hyatt by the tax on the room!
Superb Experience at PBurgh Hyatt
Stayed for two nights. Very quiet, exceptionally clean and well-maintained. It think the T-Mobile hot spot is expensive for $10 a day, but that's the only issue I had. My two room service experiences were ABOSLUTLEY wonderful. I'd forgotten that room service can be a good experience rather than a grim experience. I gave extra gratuity to both servers, they were that nice and glowing.
Prices for dinner entrees a bit prohibitive, but my "step down" choices, burgers and salads were great.
Desk staff were very pleasant, very helpful. Bed was very comfy, as were the other appointments to the room; the bathroom was sparkling.
All in all, as others have said, this is the best choice for the airport area. Other PBurgh airport hotels,even the pricey ones,have that shabby "hey, buddy, you're stuck with us" attitude (Yes, YOU Wyndham).
Hyatt Pittsburgh - None better than this!
Best Hotel in Airport Area. Only Hotel within 6 miles of the airport. I have stayed at all of them. Food - Excellent, Service - Excellent, Location - Excellent. I would not stay anywhere else. I travel 20 - 30 times a year and I stay at the Hyatt the night before all my trips. I never have to worry about missing my flight or traffic and weather. You are located 200 yards from check in. No shuttle to wait for! I can get up in the morning and use the extensive fitness center (free to Hotel guests) 24 hour access or sleep an extra hour or two. I recommend this Hyatt to anyone who has an early morning flight.
Great airport hotel
This hotel exceeds my expectations every time I stay there. The rooms are spotless, very nicely decorated, and have very nice furnishings and linens. Of course, there's the added luxury of leaving your door and getting to the airport within 5 minutes.
This is the nicest Hyatt I've ever stayed in. The only drawback is that the beds are hard. It doesn't matter whether you get 2 doubles or a king. I've tried both.
Another ferfect stay
Stayed the night of June 22. I have been a a guest at the Hyatt several times before, finding it the perfect place to spend the night when one has a long early morning flight ahead of you. I would not recommend it for the vacationer, since it far from anything entertaining. But for business meetings and staying a night prior to flight departure, I think this the the perfect place to stay. To get to the main terminal, you never have to encounter the weather since it is connected to the airport and moving walkways speed you along nicely. One always feels fresh and rested for the hassles of modern air travel.
The staff are great, always making it seem like a pleasure to help you. The rooms are adequate and comfortable. The hotel resturant is a bit pricey, but the food is good. My steak was grilled to perfection.
The bar is the happening place and after 10:30 PM, the bar area is open to us cigar affectionatos. The cigar selection is small and expensive, so bring your own. There is nothing like a cigar and brandy before bed.
The HR at Pittsburgh International remains my favorite airport hotel in the USA.
I attended a confernece/business meeting at this hotel recently. If you don't mind being out at the airport, this is a great hotel. If it takes you more than 15 minutes to get from the plane to your room you must of gotten lost. You don't have to set foot outside to get to the hotel. You're indoors from your plane seat to your bed. The hotel and rooms were very clean. Rooms were large, appointed nicely and had high speed and wireless internet access. Staff was very friendly and accommodating. About the only downside I could find to this place is that it only has a single restaurant/bar, so there is only one place to go for breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks. But the food was very good, so it really wasn't that big a deal. I would definitely use this hotel again for a business meeting.
Good deal at the Hyatt
Reasonable rates. Large rooms. Located on the airport grounds. My room faced the active runway for the day. I was surprised, very little noise could be heard in the room from the jets. Only disapointment was Sunday breakfast buffet. Service was slow and choices were limited.
Great hotel--easy to find
This hotel has an excellent staff. They were very friendly and helpful from the waiters to the concierge . They offered us insider local advice that saved us an hour of waiting in a line to enter the Post Gazette Pavilion. ( use the left hand lane because ALL three of the lanes can make a right into the pavilion for a concert ) We just sailed by all of the people waiting in line!
It was also easy to find your hotel--just follow the signs to the airport. I do agree with another writer--the steak and crab cakes are excellent and the chef substituted a second veggie instead of the potato for an Akins dieter.
The one drawback to this hotel is that parking was not included in our rate.. Near the hotel in airport parking is almost 10 dollars a night so add that into your projected cost.
A Great Place to stay
this is a really great place to stay , the room price is in the good deal rate, the service is unserpassed, and the food is very good and compairable to most fine dining if you stay there you have to try the steak and the crab cakes ...wonderful to say the least .
i did manage to leave my trusty old Zippo lighter there at the bar , and called when i returmed home and they had it and are shipping it back to me !! and i want to say thanks to Deborah Owens for taking the time to look for it and get it shipped to me ! All the staff wen't out of their way to make my stay there real pleasent the rooms were very nice and clean , the only gimmic there in the room was a $4.00 bottle of water they had when you came in !!drink it and they will charge your room !!
i will recomend this hotel to anyone who asks truly worth the money and i will stay again !!
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