Omni William Penn Hotel
530 William Penn Pl
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Group Rates: Standard from $179; Government from $126.
Please note that housing rates are not guaranteed once the block is full, or beyond August 27, 2021, whichever comes first.
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Omni William Penn Hotel has played a starring role in Pittsburgh as a host to movie stars, politicians, heads of state, and leaders of business, since opening its doors in 1916. Centrally located in downtown, guests will experience outstanding service, comfortable and spacious accommodations, elegant event venues, and award-winning cuisine. To address the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Omni adheres to the health and safety guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and has implemented social distancing procedures throughout its facilities. An increased level of cleaning, sanitizing, and limited-contact food-and-beverage services are among the additional processes and procedures to ensure your health, safety, and comfort as part of the new “Omni Safe & Clean” initiative. The hotel also offers an array of amenities to help you maintain professional and personal connections while away from home, which include free and paid Wi-Fi, a 24-hour business center, and spacious meeting facilities.
Omni William Penn Hotel is just 18 miles from Pittsburgh International Airport (approximately 30 minutes) and 11 miles from Allegheny County Airport.
Valet parking with in/out privileges is available to overnight guests. Day valet parking is available for non-hotel guests. Self-parking is offered in the Mellon Square parking garage located across from the hotel, which does not allow in/out privileges. Please visit the hotel website to see parking rates.
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