View of Mellon Arena because my son loves the Pittsburgh Penguins. At the starting line for Pittsburgh Marathon. They did not have parking available at the hotel (full). Expensive rooms. Also, was hoping for a late check out to shower after running marathon....hotel would not accomodate.
I liked a lot the bed and the shower. I did not like the location, it is not convenient for public transportation. I did not have a remote control for the TV set for a day (the staff could not find one). I asked for a bathrobe that was never delivered. The breakfast at the hotel is not good, and the buffet is simply terrible.
We didn't spend much time at the hotel except in the evening to comment on anything we liked about hotel. Staff was courteous. The hotel was very noisy from midnight until 4 a.m. Had to call front desk at 1:30 a.m. to complain.
Friendly staff, speed of check-in and check-out, location noise level, slow elevators, pricey
The room was decent. The room wasn't ready so they took down my number at 2:45pm and told me they would call when it was ready. I went out around town and came back at 9pm to ask if my room was ready because I still did not receive a call. Terrible follow up and organization! Also - while my room was getting ready, the women at the front desk told me I could use the shower in the fitness area to get ready. I went into the women's locker room and there was a male cleaning it, therefore I couldn't even use it. The locker rooms were awful aesthetically and need to be revamped ASAP. The only service that was great was the bell hop/concierge where we left our bags. The gentlemen there was very helpful, friendly, and inviting.
Poor service. Construction projects have made mayhem. Front desk off in a corner. Staff frustrated and unhelpful. Guests were being sent to the Fairmont because they couldn't service their clients. Won't come back. Construction
Location is near all the bars and restaurant. Very close walk to Point Park . Not very friendly staff. They told me that they was a shuttle thats take the guest around 1 mile radius which made me wait for about 45 mins until i had to arrange my own transportation. Gave a twin bed for a single person
Room was very clean. Great location.
Great location. Housekeeping left our door open for an entire day. Till 10 p.m. Anyone could have walked in and stolen computers. Anything at all. Wide open. Luke warm apology from the manager. He didn't seem very interested. Our 14-year-old was scared to stay after that. I paid for this???? No more Marriott for us.
The hotel was clean and comfortable. The gym was one of the nicest of any hotel I'd been to. The building lends itself to poor cell signals and the wi-fi is not free. Which is absurd. What year is it?
When we checked in, we were told since we booked with an "outside" agency, we wouldn't get "credit" towards our Omni select membership, but we would still get free wifi and free coffee in the morning. However, I was delivered a bill with a charge for wifi. When I checked out, the woman at the desk was a bit brusque about it. She said we did not qualify for free wifi or coffee since we booked through an outside agency, but after I explained that's not what I was told on check-in, she then said she would give me a one time courtesy. I did not like how she handled this, and that's why I gave a three star for staff.
The faucet and outlet fell off during our stay.
The hotel has an awesome location, a grand atmosphere, and the service was second to none! Definitely made my first trip to Pittsburgh a very positive experience.
The location is great and having both the Tap Room, Terrace Room, and room service was nice. Most of the staff were very nice and helpful. The lobby is beautiful too. Some of the rooms were quite substandard and badly in need of renovation with absurdly tiny bathrooms. More like a 1-2 star level of hotel than supposedly 4. The hotel windows didn't seem to be the usual double paned, and let quite a bit of city noise in, especially as there was construction from 8am-7pm during the week. The floor were also noisy....it seemed like most guests felt a need to slam their hotel doors constantly. Also, the lack of a minibar in the room was quite odd for this level of hotel.
My wife & I were in town for a concert at the Benedum and this hotel was exactly what i was hoping to surprise her with for our anniversary. Within easy walking distance of both TenPenny restaurant and the venue, this elegant hotel provided another bit of ambience to our weeeknd. The piano playing in the lobby upon our return from dinner set the mood for the show, and the piano playing upon our return from the show was a nice night-cap. For the price, the proximity of this hotel to the cultural district is unbeatable. Our next evening in town will include the Omni William Penn Hotel.
Loved the beds! Very very comfortable. I heard more than a few people commenting on how well they slept! I didn't have to call room service for a thing! Enough towels, pillows, blankets, and everything worked! Nothing broken, nothing missing, quiet room, great view, housekeeping did a great job. Two different restaurants to dine in/even has a Brueggers in house. One restaurant was fine dining, the other an English Pub! We loved that we could bring our own cooler/or bottle of wine down into the lobby and hang out there. A lot of people did this. Just a pleasure as it's a beautiful old fashioned open lobby with big sofas and fluffy chairs, gorgeous chandeliers! Situated right in the heart of Pittsburgh! Not too far to walk to either stadium, right around the corner from the Consol for hockey and close to the bridge to walk over to Station Square. I would recommend this hotel to any adult couple/group travelling. No pool/sauna or gym. Labor Day Parade made it difficult to get out or around the city when we were there but that has nothing to do with the hotel. Not a great hotel for children as no amenities geared towards them. Price was a bit high, even through Orbitz. I got an email from the hotel after I made my res through Kayak/Orbitz and they offered my same room for $99 per night instead of the $148 I paid (King standard room) but the hotel wouldn't accommodate the adjusted price as I had paid a third party (who by the way, paid them). Not convenient that I would need to call the third party and request that they adjust what they charged me. Hoping that Kayak/Orbitz will still adjust for me! I'll let you know!
The staff was one of the best I have seen. They were always friendly and helpful.
beautiful lobby, tastefully decorated room, excellent location. Faulty outlet that gave my husband a nasty shock and was out of order. Coffee pot was missing the basket to brew coffee and one in adjoining room didn't work either. $10 for a bottle of water?! Nothing is complementary anymore, is it?
Front counter girl was rude, unprepared and clearly did not want to help.
We loved the stay for Mother's Day there food was excellent 5 star the room was little pricey and valet is 34 dollars over night but was one hell of a time, they have a speak easy in down stairs we didn't get in due to closed on Sunday's but love to go next time, the room was a king suite it was nice the bathroom too was nice we had great stay Id say my wife's favorite thing was the food she was in love with there breakfast and the waiter we had was great, the front desk got us reservations at capital grille around the block which was great, only thing we did want was to visit a spa the hotel didn't have one or a pool but we still had fun thanks see you again !!!
The room had a fantastic view of the river (although it cost extra) and great decor. after settling into the room for a little while; obvious dirty spots started to appear. Coffe spilt on the desk, yellow stains on the comforter, and hair in the bed.
Location and comfort Parking is over priced and lack of pool/free breakfast for top dollars stay
The location was great, the bed was very comfortable and the staff was friendly. The room was a little small for the price
Room and public areas were beautiful Weak service staff; most of the electric blinds in room didn't work so couldn't open to enjoy view; housekeeping didn't clean room during our two day stay; ran out of toilet tissue (no extra in room) and called to request some be sent up – returned later to find a couple rolls left on the desk (empty bathroom roll not changed); A/C controls not calibrated, hard to control temp; water pressure in shower pathetically weak. Front doors to hotel not set up to open to allow you to wheel in luggage easily. Front desk on 25th floor with no noticeable sign or attendant in ground floor lobby to explain where to go. Hotel has great potential, but doesn't have its game together yet.
Everything was great besides the pillows. They were very firm.
The hotel was beautiful and luxurious. Staff was very friendly and attentive. Parking is very expensive @ $35/per night, plus it's valet which means tipping on top of that. I paid $80 for 2 nights.
Very pet friendly. Beautiful Spa bathroom. Exceptional staff. Craziness in hallway til 5:30 AM. I Didn't complain, but children yelling & doors slamming. Kept myself & dog up. No big deal, we will survive.
Dog friendly! Staff was very pleasant! Expensive if you don't get a good deal.
We loved the decor and ridiculously friendly and helpful staff. Room service food from The Commoner was also excellent. Short water did not get hot and at one point was down right cold. Valet took quite a while to retrieve car. In-room phones were not properly dialing to where they were supposed to.
Definitely a top-notch hotel. Everything you would expect when staying somewhere at this price point. I second the other comment about the nickel and diming. Valet and Wifi should be included in the cost of your stay. Also, I was very unimpressed by the food at the hotel bar, Andy's. I wouldn't have minded the fact it was so overpriced as can be expected at a hotel, but the Angus sliders had no taste. We should have made a quick walk over to Primanti Brothers which is only about 5 minutes away on the square.
Room was spacious and well adorned, view of the stadium and river was beautiful, and the building itself has a sleek elegance that can't be overstated. The staff was friendly and helpful, and the food at Habitat and Andy's, while expensive, was delicious. We stayed for the first time on Valentine's day and plan on doing the same next year. The price is excessive, nearly $400 for one night. While you certainly get what you pay for, I would recommend staying elsewhere unless you can justify this kind of expenditure as it really is a one a year kind of splurge for us. You also have to pay for wi-fi ($15 a day) which is just silly considering the cost to stay.
Great location, nice sized rooms. Staff was very helpful and friendly. Really nice spa and gym. The bed was comfortable, and the room had all the amenities I would expect to find in fine lodging. Only real complaint was finding a bucket of fried chicken (several days old) in the mini fridge of the room we stayed in....
The service and amenaties were Excellent and every emmployee was attentive and efficient.
Everything. The staff, location, food, views, rooms, spa, etc. Top hotel 2 things only. 15usd for wifi per day? Too expensive! It should have free wifi. And the parking, 32dls for the day, also very expensive. In others top hotels they dont charge you for that, its complementary, just like wifi. But here, is a rip off