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Best Honeymoon Suites In Pittsburgh

February 9, 2013 6:00 AM

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(photo credit: mansionsonfifth.com)

(photo credit: mansionsonfifth.com)

(photo credit: mansionsonfifth.com)

(photo credit: mansionsonfifth.com)

February can be a bitter time of year in Pittsburgh. Traditionally it is both the snowiest and coldest month of the year. Although it is usually only 28 days long February feels like a month and half, at least when it’s a particularly treacherous winter. If not for Valentine’s Day it would serve little purpose at all aside from being a transition to March and the hope for warmer temperatures with the coming spring. For Lovers, February 14th is best spent in the confines of swanky upscale honeymoon suite. Here are the best the city has to offer.

The Inn On Negley
703 S Negley Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
(412) 661-0631
innonnegley.com

Price: $240

Located in Pittsburgh’s Shadyside area, The Inn on Negley is one of the city’s most luxurious Bed and Breakfasts. Eight rooms and suites make up this beautifully restored period home that is a favorite of newlyweds and couples looking for a romantic getaway. The Empire Suite combines modern amenities with all the charm of a first rate B&B. Repeat visitors praise staff members’ attention to detail and willingness to customize your stay. And if you ever want to stray outside the hotel (fat chance!) the great location makes walking to attractions easy.

Omni William Penn
530 William Penn Place
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
(412) 281-7100
www.omnihotels.com

Price: $305

The Omni William Penn Hotel is one of Pittsburgh’s most recognizable luxury hotels. Built in 1916 and located right in the heart of downtown, it is the perfect place for a romantic getaway that’s close to home. A weekend stay at one of the hotel’s breathtaking luxury suites costs around $300 but several packages are available to fit interests of every kind. A few of the packages offered at the Omni William Penn include the Ooh Laa Laa, the Skate and Snuggle, Retreat and Relax, and many more.

Mansions On Fifth
5105 5th Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
(412) 381-5101
www.mansionsonfifth.com

Price: $255- $695

The Mansions on Fifth are comprised of the McCook and the McCook Reed mansions. Built in the early 20th century in the Elizabethan revitalist and tudor style they have since been transformed into one of the Pittsburgh area’s most luxurious hotels. Classical architecture meets modern technology and makes for an unforgettable stay any time of year there. The perfect venue for everything from weddings and business meetings to that romantic weekend escape is available at the Mansions on Fifth.

Sunnyledge Hotel
5124 5th Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
(412) 683-5014
www.sunnyledge.com

Price: $275

A Pittsburgh historic landmark, the Sunnyledge Hotel was built in 1886 and served as the home and office of Dr. James McClelland. It’s adorned with rich, oak paneling and original fixtures from the 1880’s. The boutique hotel and tea room have both been carefully renovated to accommodate everything the discerning 21st century patron has come to expect in luxury hotel. There is a martini bar that offers mixed cocktails and a wide variety of aged single malt scotch, all served in a relaxed, classic style and setting. The hotel offers valet, laundry and twice-daily maid service, as well as shoe shining and a 24 hour concierge.

Renaissance Pittsburgh
107 6th Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
(412) 562-1200
www.marriott.com

Located near Station Square in the South Side of Pittsburgh is the luxurious Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel. Suites at the Renaissance come with 12 ft. ceilings, marble vanities and a stunning riverfront view.  Simply put, it’s the perfect spot to spend a romantic weekend with that special someone. Visitors praise its’ prime location – since it’s close to Heinz Field, it’s the perfect place for lovers who enjoy sports. The helpful staff will happily point your toward other attractions.

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Marcel Tourdot is a freelance writer from Pittsburgh. His work can be found at Examiner.com.

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