Comfort Inn Steubenville Pike

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

4770 Steubenville Pike, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15205, United States

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70%

Satisfaction Average
Excellent
12%
7
Very Good
33%
19
Average
25%
14
Poor
12%
7
Terrible
16%
9

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 26% more than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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  • Families60
  • Couples42
  • Solo75
  • Business42
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    Great Hotel/Wonderful Experience

    by

    We came into Pittsburgh for our first ever Steelers home game. We had a really bad experience with the original motel we booked (bed bugs). Came across this place & were very pleased. Guest check in clerk was very friendly & helped with taxi/restaraunt suggestions. We booked a King Jacuzzi Suite for only $140 a night & were very impressed. Clean & Cozy is all we could say. Will for sure book here again when we come back into town.

    Unique Quality: Breakfast had a variety of selections. Jacuzzi tub in our room was so relaxing & spacious enough for two people to fit comfortably. Very clean. All staff was very friendly & helpful. Just off the interstate & down the road from a huge shopping mall. Only 6miles from Heinz Field. DVD player in room.

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Forum Posts

East Liberty still dangerous?

by rwahiawa

After reading the tips (from 2004) about bad places, is it NOT a good idea to catch a bus to and from downtown Pittsburgh, just to buy some goodies from Trader Joe's? I really like their granola, and hoped to bring some home when I go there for business in June.

Re: East Liberty still dangerous?

by Brad836

Take the bus in the morning, afternoon, or early evening on a weekday. This is when most people are commuting to and from school or work, and it's relatively safe. Always avoid riding the buses after 10pm if possible, that is when the atmosphere on the bus and at the bus stop can get a little strange if not dangerous.

One exception, if you are traveling to downtown on the 28x from the airport, as you said you are traveling on business, that's relatively safe at anytime.

Travel Tips for Pittsburgh

You absolutely must visit the...

by JenCat

You absolutely must visit the Carnegie Museum of Art & Natural History. As is typical of most native Pittsburghers, most of my family lives nearby. My fondest memories are of that closeness and sense of community.

I would take a guest to the...

by wbozic

I would take a guest to the top of Mt. Washington to see the city from the Southern side via one of the two historic inclines. If possible, a journey to the top of the Steel Building would also be suggested. I miss the shade of green in the foliage in the hills around Pittsburgh in the Summer.

Christmas in Pittsburgh

by Ewingjr98

A Christmas Tree at Point State Park, decorations throughout downtown, and lights at Mellon Square. PPG place seems to be the center of Pittsburgh's Christmas displays as they have an ice skating rink, a huge gingerbread house competition, toy trains, and a display of Santas from around the world.

PENGUINS

by mtncorg

Back before 1967, the National Hockey League consisted of the Original Six - a mere six team league. Pittsburgh did have a team in the NHL back in the 20’s - the Pirates - but the longtime success of the American League local franchise, the Hornets, gave Pittsburgh one of the franchises in the big expansion in 1967 when the NHL doubled to twelve teams. They have played their home games in he Pittsburgh Civic Arena - now the Mellon Arena - which is better known as the Igloo - the shape makes the name obvious. The original team had a real penguin mascot that was trained to prance across the ice. Alas, as a harbinger of things to come, the penguin caught a cold and died shortly before the opening of the initial season. In similar fashion, maybe a result of an extra-long mourning period, success eluded the Penguins for many years until, at last - and here, I should also make mention of a childhood hero of mine, Jean Pronovost - the advent of the Marvelous Mario. Mario Lemieux is one of the two best players ever to play in the NHL and when the team acquired enough talent to complement his skills, the Pens broke through to win back-to-back Stanley Cups in the early 1990’s. Mario has returned to save the Penguins again - the Pens like to intersperse their great seasons with seasons of horrible futility which almost sent the franchise out of town - can you say “Portland Penguins”? - but also gave the team the anchors for their present successes - Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin. Success begets success and by pushing themselves into last year’s Stanley Cup finals, the Penguins have made themselves very relevant on the Pittsburgh sports scene. Relevant enough for a new sports arena to be erected across the street from the present Mellon Arena to be opened next season.

The Pens have always been my favorite NHL team - I think the name and the scarf on the original mascot had something to do with it. I haven’t had the privilege of seeing them play at home, but did catch them once, in person, at the old Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto where Mario showed some of his magic. I must admit to having added another team to my stable of favorites, but it is good to remain a Pen fan for the short run, at least, because the Los Angeles Kings aren’t going anywhere for awhile ;-[

"America's Taj Mahal"

by starship

While walking around I picked up a brochure for Prabhupada's Palace of Gold" near Wheeling, West Virginia, which must be within a reasonable driving distance of Pittsburgh. I had never heard of THIS "Taj Mahal!" The brochure pictures an enormous-looking palace and other buildings surrounded by highly decorated stone walls.

Tours take you into the "palatial splendor" of 10 elaborately decorated rooms, 31 stained-glass windows, murals, antique crystal chandeliers, marble floors and walls (52 types of marble!!!), intricately painted ceilings and walls, paintings, carved teakwood furniture, and rich fabrics. The centerpiece MUST be the 4,200 piece crystal dome! Outside, the palace has its own exquisite gardens and fountains. (click on photos to see more detailed view.)

It's difficult to believe, but construction on the palace was begun only in 1973, and amazingly has be built entirely by "monastic volunteers!" The palace is considered a memorial to Srila Prabhupada "the world's most prolfic exponent of Eastern arts and culture." The brochure does not expound any further on the person or persons involved. It is a mystery worth exploring however!

Escorted tours are available year-round: April - August 10:00am to 8:00pm;
September - March: 10:00am to 5:00pm. A gift shop and cafe are available for guests.
Rd 1 NBU# 23, Moundsville, West Virginia

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 Comfort Inn Steubenville Pike

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Address: 4770 Steubenville Pike, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15205, United States