Family Friendly Hotels in Pittsburgh
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- Heinz Field
- PPG Paints Arena
- University of Pittsburgh
- PNC Park
- Station Square
- Rivers Casino
- David L Lawrence Convention Center
- Carnegie Mellon University
- Stage AE
- Ross Park Mall
- Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium
- UPMC Shadyside
- Petersen Events Center
- Pittsburgh Mills Mall
- Heinz Hall
- Benedum Center
- Chatham University
Family friendly travelling in Pittsburgh
Here are some top hotels travelers have booked in the last hour:
- Fairmont Pittsburgh
- Home2 Suites by Hilton Pittsburgh Cranberry
- Drury Plaza Hotel Pittsburgh Downtown
- Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh Airport South - Robinson Mall
- Hampton Inn Pittsburgh / Wexford-Sewickley
By booking a family friendly hotel in Pittsburgh, you’ll often times receive a bigger room with more sleeping arrangements to accommodate the size of your family. For bigger families, you may want to look for hotels that offer two-room suites that include sleeper sofas or rollaway beds. Having a hotel room with enough wiggle room for your family is key to having a stress-free vacation.
Family friendly hotels in Pittsburgh also tend to be equipped with amenities your kiddos will love like pools or recreational centers. Some kid friendly hotels even have indoor waterparks! The biggest perk you (and your wallet) will love is that most family friendly hotels let kids under 18 stay for free. You may also want to look for hotels that offer free breakfast to save you the expense of dining out.
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