Hyatt Place Cranberry

136 Emeryville Dr, (Formerly "AmeriSuites"), Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania, 16066, United States
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Budget accomodation around University of Pittsbugh

by Brimful

Will be in Pitts. end April this year and am lookin for budget accomodation near the University of Pittsburgh. Ideally somethin comfertable and not so expensive. Any suggesstions whatsoever will be greatly appreciated. Thankz. :)

Re: Budget accomodation around University of Pittsbugh

by Ewingjr98

I've never stayed around Pitt, but check out Priceline.com. My last few visits in Pittsburgh I was able to get rooms for around $60 a night right downtown in some of the city's best hotels (these rooms normally start around $120 to $150 a night).

If you use the Priceline bidding feature you can narrow the area down to Oakland (they call it "University Center"), and bid based on the hotels' star ratings.

I have used Priceline in various cities over the past 2-3 years for about 25 different hotel stays and have never been disappointed with the quality of hotel for the money I paid. Just remember you must commit to the hotel before your bid is accepted, and if accepted you can not cancel. If you need flexibility, do not use Priceline!

Re: Budget accomodation around University of Pittsbugh

by Brimful

Thanks dude. Ill definately check this one out. Btw .. dont they have guest houses kinda thing in Pitts?

Travel Tips for Pittsburgh

Great coffee

by Zmrzlina

Prestogeorge in The Strip not only has great coffee selection, they've got great people to tell you about your coffee selection.

To be fair, I also like Fortune coffee across the street, but I haven't got a picture of them yet.

Mellon Bank Center

by yooperprof

This is an old money town - and a banking center as well. The great Andrew Mellon was involved in the establishment of this institution which still bears the family name. Mellon - who was not only a banker but also a guiding force behind Gulf Oil and Alcoa - was also US Secretary of the Treasury for ten years, between 1921 and 1931, and then US Ambassador to Great Britain. A phenomenal art collector, he left his treasures to form the core of the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C., and a legacy from his estate paid for the construction of that wonderful museum on the Mall. The photo shows Mellon Bank Tower from the courtyard of the Allegheny County Courthouse.

Zambelli Fireworks

by Ewingjr98

Located in nearby New Castle, Pennsylvania, Zambelli Fireworks Internationale has a world-wide reputation for quality fireworks shows. The company was founded in 1893 and led the industry with innovations such as electronically controlled choreographed fireworks displays. Zambelli's is the US's largest fireworks manufacturer and they put on 3,500 fireworks shows around the world every year. They have also displayed their fireworks for each president since JFK. Zambelli's Millennium Pittsburgh on Jan. 1, 2000, was the largest live New Years Day fireworks display in the nation.

Catching a Stiller game from the bar

by Parklife

Pittsburghers are notorious for their devotion to the local football team (The Steelers). From early morning tailgating to jam-packed sports bars, you can find raucous pigskin fans congregating with their local brethren to drink beer, listen to Miron Cope and wave their Terrible Towels.

For a good hometown experience, take in any Steeler game at either Jack's Bar or Mario's, both in South Side. Each bar will be full of locals collecting to watch the game.

A tradition for generations...

by RblWthACoz

One of the best things about Pittsburgh is it's sense of tradition and that line of thought of holding on to things from the past. (It's actually the cities greatest fault at the same time, but in this instance it works out as a good thing). Gus & Yaya's has been a Pittsburgh staple for years! And not just 4, 5, or 6. I am talking 40, 50...strike up a conversation and get the whole history yourself. ;-) (what...you want me to tell you EVERYTHING???)

Open only during spring and summer, Gus & Yaya's little stand is ready to serve anyone and everyone a nice cold snow cone with a wide variety of syrups. Anyone who is anyone knows about Gus & Yaya's...but not just everyone knows this secret. At any time you will find all sorts of people enjoying themselves out there...and once in a while...it has been rumored that certain Pittsburgh Steelers like to enjoy it as well.

Located on West Ohio Street in between Brighton Road and Ridge Avenue. Check the map out below...and just go where the star is.

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 Hyatt Place Cranberry

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Address: 136 Emeryville Dr, (Formerly "AmeriSuites"), Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania, 16066, United States