Innovative locavore fare at Habitat restaurant followed by dessert and wine pairings at Andy’s Wine Bar
Kid-friend amenities include board games, Wii consoles, turndown milk and cookies and canine ambassador Edie
6,000 square feet of fitness space with saunas
What To Know
Habitat restaurant requires a smart casual dress code
On-site parking costs $32 per night
Pets are welcome for a nightly fee of $25
Parking on site
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Luxury with a local touch serving up Pittsburgh art and food with a side of spa treatments and cooking classes
The Fairmont Pittsburgh may feel thoroughly modern with its LEED certified gleaming glass architecture, floating lobby staircase and modernist gas fireplace, but it stays true to its Steel City roots with industrial-inspired décor and a collection of local art. Floor-to-ceiling windows invite the city in in guest rooms with mod cons like iPod docks and 42” LCD HDTVs. Indulge in internationally inspired (yet regionally sourced) eats at Habitat restaurant followed by interesting vintages at Andy’s Wine Bar. Then work it off in the state of the art gym, equipped with saunas and steam rooms, followed by a massage at the spa.
In the Area
Covering 16 blocks of hip gallery spaces with up to 1,500 shows per year, Pittsburgh’s cultural district carries the artistic torch of native son Andy Warhol. Pay homage to the king of pop art at the Andy Warhol Museum, and take part in the scene at historic Market Square with its funky boutiques and public art displays. Grab some old-school grub at the 142-year-old Original Oyster House(Pittsburgh’s oldest restaurant) or opt for modern gastropub fare like hanger steak with jalapeño vinaigrette at Meat & Potatoes. And to walk off the indulgences, the Three Rivers Water Trail in Point State Park offers miles of trails along the Allegheny.