Housed in the iconic Salvation Army building built in 1924, with sweet river and city views. Hop the seasonal house bikes and go exploring.
Mezzanine space offers coffee & juice by day, and cocktails & oysters by night. Former gym is now the restaurant. (And there’s a new gym instead!)
Even the smallest rooms rock luxe Turkish linens and bathrobe, bath amenities from LATHER, a mini-fridge and Smart TV.
Valet parking $35/night.
24-hour fitness center with cardio and weight equipment.
Complimentary turndown service.
Dogs OK, $25/night.
Room approximately 200 sq ft.
43" flat-screen TV.
Bath products by LATHER Modern Apothocaries.
Drinks served at Evangeline.
2 restaurants onsite. Or, The Whale serves American cuisine.
Room service available.
453 Boulevard of the Allies
What Our Bookers Think
90% Liked It (891 Ratings)
Incredible remodel of an old Pittsburgh building. I highly recommend the hotel. The decor is amazing.
9 hours ago
The hostess at the front desk asked me if I had gained weight from my ID picture haha.
29 days ago
The room is outside a loading dock. Skid loaders backing up nonstop starting at 6 am. I booked this hotel to get 1 good nights sleep because I have a small child. This did not happen, I am upset. 308 is number.
12 days ago
Need to Know
Rate displayed is per night, per room. Each room is guaranteed to fit 2 people. Extra guests are at the hotel’s discretion and may be subject to additional fees.