DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Pittsburgh-Green Tree

101 DoubleTree Drive, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15205, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Green Tree area of Pittsburgh, is near Duquesne Incline, Mount Washington, Carnegie Science Center, and USS Requin.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Pittsburgh-Green Tree

    First trip to Pittsburgh

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    We came to Pittsburgh to see the White Sox play the Pirates at beautiful PNC Park.

    Myself, my wife and our 4 yr old son stayed 3 nights. The hotel is relatively easy to find and check in was very smooth. The staff was helpful and the indoor/outdoor pool was very nice.The buffet breakfast at the restaurant was ok. The facilities as well as the room were clean and inviting. The hotel is only minutes to downtown and most of the attractions.There was abundant free parking with easy access to the room.

    If we ever return to Pittsburgh we would definitely consider the Radisson again.

    Nice Stay!

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    We (husband, daughter/age 7 and myself) stayed here for a one night get away over Memorial Day weekend. We asked for an early check in and a late check out and was granted both. Front desk staff were very friendly and efficient. The room was very nice and had alot of space (no refrig or micro). The bathroom was very clean and appeared to have had a facelift not long ago. The indoor/outdoor pool area was very nice and clean with lifeguards on duty. The pool was extremely busy on Sunday! Wow! Also had a fitness center in the indoor pool area that we utilized. We ate dinner at the hotel restaurant(River Restaurant). Sunday night and ate breakfast there on Monday morning (no complimentary continental breakfast ONLY a breakfast buffet/$10.95 adults, $5.95 children). Neither meal was very good! If I had to do over again, I would have gone somewhere else. Definately wasn't worth the amt. of $ they charged. Could have easily went to Station Square (only 5 minutes away) and had a much nicer dinner for the price. The AC was very annoying....LOUD!! We heard other people at the pool complain of the same thing. Overall it was a nice stay and we would definately stay here again (and eat somewhere else!)

    I will be back

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    Took a short notice trip to Pittsburgh - just felt like hitting the road - and picked this hotel on price off one of the travel sites. Having never been to the 'Burgh before I was worried about navigating the city but this hotel was very easy to find and convenient to the highway. Very clean and comfortable room. The staff was very helpful one young lady was even nice enough to rewrite the directions I had gotten off the internet. Made my trips to Kenneywood and the National Aviary much simpler. Great Hotel. Great City. Hard thing for a Ravens fan to say but I'll definitely be back and I'll definitely stay at the Radisson Green Tree again.

    I didn't have the noise level complaints from the other reviews, but it didn't seem like there were a lot of people on my floor.

    Great hotel! Just as good as reviews!

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    Stayed for one night. Very nice. Quick check in. Nice restaurant and bar. Awesome pool, indoor and outdoor, connected by a glass wall. Beautiful courtyard. Many levels of rocks with chairs to sunbath on by outdoor pool. Plenty of parking. Good bed if you like the Sleep Number beds, we didn't! One bad thing! CENTIPEDE in bathroom sink in the morning. Hoped it didn't get into our stuff! I thought it had lipstick on it! Ha-Ha!! But otherwise, would stay again. Just as your good reviews said!

    Don't count on ever sleeping !!!

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    The Radisson in Green Tree has a very serious problem with noise levels. Spent 3 sleepless nights at this hotel. You can hear every person walking in the hall and in the adjoining rooms. Spoke with other folks staying at the hotel and they had the same complaint. Do not take a room pool side either. We thought we could make up for some lost sleep by going to bed earlier and that didn't work as the pool is open till 11:00pm and like I said the hotel is in serious need of sound proofing. Sunday morning we thought we could sleep in till 8:00am and they were dragging lounges across the cement patio at 7:00am to set up for a party at noon being held pool side.

    The room was large and clean, but nothing fancy. Halls were hot and in need of new carpeting and just updating. Elevators were slow, hot and in need of a good cleaning.

    I did read some of the reviews about the noise but thought they were just sensitive to noise. I sleep through anything but not the 3 nights spent there.

    Nice clean place- but need serious sound proofing!!!

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    As always I was'nt disappointed using this hotel based on the good reviews listed by felllow traveladvisor users. Its a very clean place with real good clean rooms. I would have given it excellent , but I found it seriously lacking in good sound proofing. The rooms are separated by a thin cardboard. Radisson needs to seriously invest in some good sound-proofing. I had to endear a couple's lovemaking moaning next door for a while at night and real early laughter which woke me up at 6am. The place is conviently located to downtown Pittsburgh, CMU and UPitt( < 5 miles)

    Great Hotel, Great Location, Great Stay!!!

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    MY family of 5 were in Pittsburgh for 3 nights, Jan. 21-24 for the AFC Championship game and visiting relatives. We had 2 rooms with Double beds ajoining. The rooms looked modern and clean. My wife and small children (3 year old and 1 year old) loved the indoor pool. We had a great breakfast every morning in the restaurant downstairs. When my wife and kids went to bed, myself and my brother loved the hotel bar, hanging around with fellow Steelers fans from around the country. Management and staff were great. Plenty of on-site parking. Next time we are in Pittsburgh, for a Steelers game or visiting family, we will stay at the Radisson Greentree for sure.

    Good hotel for the price:)

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    The hotel wasn't bad for the price. Stayed here from 10/14-10/16 and everything mostly went fairly smoothly. I mean it wasn't a all the frills you can get hotel, but was for the most part better than some hotels I have stayed in that are in the same price range and far better in cleanliness, perks, etc... you might get in some hotels. Check-in was fine and check-out took no time at all. We stayed in a double bed room on the fourth floor with a view of the at time due to it being Fall closed outdoor pool. I didn't mind much because I wasn't there because of the view. Were within 3 miles of Pittsburg and that was great! Had a great time touring some of the sights and the Pittsburg area has some very unique fast food places! Fireplaces in a McDonald's? You don't get to see that in Maryland! Lol! Anyway, I only had a few suggestions for improvement. The cleaning service came early, like three and a half hours before check out, which was at 11am, each day we were there. Not that we really minded cause they went away when they knew someone was still there, but some of us are light sleepers. The bathroom was small and the water pressure from the shower wasn't great. Otherwise, a good choice for the price. I would recommend and stay there again.

    No better than average

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    This hotel is average at best. While they pride themselves on great service, the service is not that great in reality. Not the best choice - there are plenty of other good hotels in the area within the same price range.

    TripAdvisor Reviews DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Pittsburgh-Green Tree

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