3 Best Hotels in Pittsburgh for Group Travel

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is a city that is often overlooked when it comes to group travel, but it has so much to offer. From its rich history in the steel industry to its modern art galleries and museums, there is truly something for everyone. The city’s cultural district is home to a variety of theaters, restaurants, and shops that are perfect for groups to explore. Take a ride on the iconic Duquesne Incline for a breathtaking view of the city skyline, visit the popular Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium, or iconic landmarks like the Andy Warhol Museum, PNC Park, and the Carnegie Museum of Art, there is no shortage of things to see and do in this great city. You can stay at the heart of it all or book a quaint hotel at a nearby town to get a taste of the city’s surrounding areas. Whether you are planning a trip for a family reunion, a group of friends, or a corporate event, below we’ve curated the top hotels based on past travelers experience.

  1. Omni Bedford Springs Resort
  2. Nemacolin
  3. Omni William Penn Hotel

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Exterior front of Colonial style hotel.
Credit: Hotel Management
  • 160 reviews mention ‘groups’
  • 4.5-star rating

Promising Review: “Omni Bedford Springs was a terrific destination for our group, which had people travelling from Pittsburgh and Washington DC. Every aspect of the experience was a pleasure. The spa is top notch with many options from massage to body scrub to mani/pedi, and our group enjoyed several of the treatments. The restaurant selection was very nice. The rooms were very comfortable and clean. I plan to do it again soon.”

Aerial exterior of the chateau.
Credit: Hotel Management
  • 154 reviews mention ‘groups’
  • 4.5-star rating

Promising Review: “My first stay at Nemacolin was last year. I stayed at Fallen Rock–LOVED IT! I enjoyed Nemacolin so much that this year I came back with 10 of my friends. We all stayed on the 4th Floor of the Chateau–WE LOVED IT! The customer service is on 10. The spa is on 10. The room is on 10. I will come back next year with a bigger group!”

Lobby of the hotel with chandeliers and piano in view.
Credit: Hotel Management
  • 99 reviews mention ‘groups’
  • 4.5-star rating

Promising Review: “Gathered with a group of friends. We celebrated a new year with sweets and treats. Jon our server was excellent and knowledgeable about tea. Decor in the Terrace room is elegant. The lobby was festively decorated. There was even a gingerbread house of the hotel.

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