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The Wyndham Garden Pittsburgh Airport may be a transit hotel located just miles from Pittsburgh International Airport, where a free shuttle service takes guests to and fro, but this day stay hotel is so much more. With onsite dining at the Keystone Café and a lobby lounge where beer and wine are served until 11 pm, the weary traveler can get a hearty meal or light snack upon arrival. The dayuse hotel also boasts features to keep the most active of guests happily exercised. There’s a pool, fitness center and even a golf course! For the business folks on-the-go, free WiFi, business center, and meeting room are all available. An ATM and sundries shop ensures there’s no need to panic if you’ve forgotten to pack your toiletries. And this day hotel has luggage hold and a safety deposit box to keep belongings secure while their guests take advantage that all the “Steel City” has to offer, which is plenty.
There must be a good reason that Google and Apple and over 1,500 tech companies have branches in Pittsburgh. While it was once an industrial mill mecca, Pittsburgh has emerged as one of the most beautiful and culturally relevant cities in America. A daycation in this city includes everything from the Carnegie Museum of Natural History to the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens to the Wigle Whiskey, where locally made craft spirits are served. Children can spend hours marveling at the attractions in the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium and the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh. There’s something for everyone, whether you’re five-years-old or ninety-five-years old, a hotel by day stay is good for the soul.
The Andy Warhol Museum-The famed pioneer of contemporary art was grew up in Pittsburgh. So it’s fitting that the majority of his archives wound up on display at this institute bearing his name. Thousands of his paintings, drawings, sculptures, photographs and films are up year-rounds, while the facility also hosts traveling exhibitions of other artists. This is a “must” for any art lover and repeat visitors always have something new and exciting to experience!
The Monongahela Incline-Offers sweeping views of the city skyline. It’s the oldest operating funicular railway in the U.S., running since 1870. The tram-like cars have transported millions of sight-seekers beyond the treetops year-round for a nominal fee.
The Frick Art & Historic Center-This is opulence preserved during its finest hour. The Gilded Age mansion-slash-museum sits on five acres of manicured lawns and formal gardens. Inside, the traveling exhibitions include stunners such as “The Frick Collects: Rubens to Monet,” and their permanent collection includes everything from Italian Renaissance paintings to Chinese porcelain. This museum adds an extra dash of grandeur to any half day stay.
Market Square Farmer’s Market-Celebrating 13 years of local fresh fruits, vegetables and other gourmet goodies, the market also has a lunchtime concert series from May – October. Situated in downtown Pittsburgh, it’s a quick hop over to all the shopping, nightlife and trendy restaurants this hip river city has to offer.
We should mention
Free parking-Parking is free for all visitors. There’s also bus, truck and RV parking on the premises.
Free airport shuttle-Getting to Pittsburgh International Airport is as easy as just getting to the lobby – they’ll do the rest.
Eco-friendly-This daystay hotel has conservation as a priority, they’re looking out for what’s good for their guests and good for the planet.