The Steel City has an intimate, upscale side and it's reflected in the city's growing number of boutique hotels. Built in 1888 as the rectory for the Benedictine Brothers of St. Mary's Church, the Priory was restored as a small hotel in 1986. It has a peaceful atmosphere and a friendly, helpful staff that make it a perfect place for business trips as well as romantic getaways. The luxurious Omni William Penn has played host to such celebrities as JFK and Lawrence Welk. The 596 spacious and comfortable rooms include such perks as wireless internet, on-demand movies and Nintendo 64 games. The Mainstay at Saxonburg in historic Saxonburg offers old-world charm and country chic. Whether you're on a getaway, visiting universities or traveling for business, the Inn on Negley is a pleasant bed and breakfast. The one-of-a-kind boutique hotels of Pittsburgh will cater to your travel needs with personality and panache.
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