Pittsburgh Marriott City Center

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$ 140

Property Location Marriott Pittsburgh City Center Hotel is centrally located in Pittsburgh, a 1-minute walk from PPG Paints Arena and 11 minutes by foot from David L Lawrence Convention Center. This hotel is 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Market Square and 1.2 mi (2 km) from Monongahela Incline. Distances a...

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

<h3>Property Location</h3> Marriott Pittsburgh City Center Hotel is centrally located in Pittsburgh, a 1-minute walk from PPG Paints Arena and 11 minutes by foot from David L Lawrence Convention Center. This hotel is 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Market Square and 1.2 mi (2 km) from Monongahela Incline. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer. <br> - PPG Paints Arena - 0.1 km / 0.1 mi<br> - Civic Arena - 0.2 km / 0.1 mi<br> - Duquesne University - 0.6 km / 0.3 mi<br> - U.S. Steel Tower - 0.6 km / 0.4 mi<br> - Allegheny County Courthouse - 0.7 km / 0.4 mi<br> - August Wilson Cent...

112 Washington Pl, Pittsburgh, PA 15219, USA - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - U.S - 15219

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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They cancelled my reservation and left me stranded

Reviewed 3 march, 2022

I stayed at this property multiple times in the last few years, and will never return. I had planned to stay at this property for a wedding in April of 2022. Knowing how busy Pittsburgh gets around graduation time, I booked my room in October of 2021, naively believing I would be able have confidence in my travels. After all, I'm a Titanium rewards member, and Marriott values loyalty, right? Wrong. My reservation was cancelled a few days ago without my consent. Out of the blue, the hotel emailed me (and I can only assume every guest) that "the hotel was in a place where we had to make the tough decision to close due to the pandemic. We regret to share we will not be reopening by April as we hoped, which requires us to cancel your reservation. Due to nature of the pandemic and the economic implications the city's hospitality industry has been affected with, the hotel's closure relocation will not be provided by the hotel." The hotel was not listed as closed at any point prior to this surprise announcement. Even more, the property manager, Brian McCahill, refused to offer any compensation, despite the fact that - due to their cancellation of my reservation - I am now shopping for hotels that are charging as much for a single night as I was going to pay for my whole stay! When I contacted Mr. McCahill to receive the compensation benefits promised to reward members when the property pulls a stunt like this, I was again denied and disappointed. He took no responsibility for the inconvenience he put upon his guests, and insisted that the delta variant is somehow responsible for this decision, despite delta rates peaking 5 months ago. All in all, this property is a disgrace to the Marriott brand. I will never stay here again, and encourage any visitors to Pittsburgh to do the same unless you too want to have your reservation cancelled without warning and be left scrambling.

Game O

Terrible customer service and very disappointed

Reviewed 9 september, 2021

Great location but terrible customer service. Received an email canceling my reservation for 2 upcoming stays in October. No reason was given in email. After 1 hour on phone with Marriott they finally determined it is closing due to Covid until next year. Wry strange that no other hotels in area are closing? Even some of the other Marriott properties. Completely unacceptable no one at Marriott notified us and there was no message on their website either. Now all hotels in area are unavailable. Time to look into a new hotel chain to use!! Very disappointing.

Lara R

Great Place to Stay for a Conference

Reviewed 26 september, 2020

This review is a year late but memorable enough that when I was reviewing a recent stay, I remembered that I had wanted to review Pittsburgh Marriott City Center and never did. I stayed there in fall 2019 for the Mid-Atlantic Popular Culture Association Conference. It's great as a conference hotel because it has the space and amenities without being too pricey - usually I stay at a cheaper place when attending conferences. Comfortable, convenient, clean, quiet. There was also a concierge who really helped me a ton - I'm not 100% sure but I think his name was Brad (he was a young, slender guy). I'm legally blind, and so getting around new places is sometimes challenging. I explained my situation and so he went out of his way to find out where I needed to go (the front desk staff didn't always know, especially with some of the more informal events connected to the conference). The conference rooms were perfectly sized and equipped with computers if I remember correctly. The one downside is that the restaurant did not have many vegetarian options and was a bit pricey. I believe they had a bean burger that was quite good, and the server was very courteous and attentive. There also didn't seem to be too many nearby vegetarian-friendly restaurants, as I remember struggling to find ones that I could walk to, but that is what you get in Downtown Pittsburgh (have to go to surrounding neighborhoods for such places). Probably should have asked for advice but I already felt like I was asking so many questions and did not want to be a bother.


Great Stay at Marriott

Reviewed 20 september, 2020

The front desk employee, Kevin, and the entire staff made sure that I had a great stay at this Marriott hotel. I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone visiting this city or just passing through.


One of the worse nights sleeps ever

Reviewed 25 august, 2020

Being a Marriott bon vey members for over 20 years, we have stayed in lots of Marriott hotels and this ranks up there as of of the worse stays . We had extremely rude people few doors down that decided to take very loud , cursing, and rude phone calls from the hallway at 10pm . We called down to the front desk to notify them. 10:30 doors start slamming. 11:00 more loud screaming matches. 12 am slamming doors again. Called down to the front desk . From 12-3am much of the same . At 3 am we had had enough so my husband called the front desk again and they did NOTHING! From 10 pm - 3 am we were woken every half an hour by these guest who thought they were the only ones in the building and the Marriott did nothing about it. We just drove 6 hours from nj and all we wanted was to go to sleep. I don’t think we got more then 3 hours sleep that night. Also the area around the hotel is desolate and nothing to eat or do around it. My recommendation is go to another hotel. Marriott do better!