Residence Inn Pittsburgh University/Medical Center
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Offering views of Pittsburgh's iconic East End, the Residence Inn offers all the amenities one could need when visiting the Steel City. From hot breakfast to an amazing patio, the Residence Inn Pittsburgh University/Medical Center is the place to stay. The hotel is a short drive (about 5 minutes) from the medical and education hub of Oakland and about ten minutes from downtown Pittsburgh.
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