- Liked: Staff & service, property conditions & facilities, room comfort
- University of Pittsburgh
- 2 min drive
- Phipps Conservatory
- 4 min drive
- Carnegie Mellon University
- 4 min drive
- Pittsburgh, PA (PIT-Pittsburgh Intl.)
- 29 min drive
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About this area
Located in Pittsburgh's Bloomfield neighborhood, Hyatt House Pittsburgh/Bloomfield/Shadyside is in the city center. Cathedral of Learning and Sri Venkateswara Temple are notable landmarks, and the area's natural beauty can be seen at Phipps Conservatory and Point State Park. Looking to enjoy an event or a game? See what's going on at Petersen Events Center or PPG Paints Arena.
- University of Pittsburgh - 2 min drive
- University of Pittsburgh Medical Center - 3 min drive
- Phipps Conservatory - 4 min drive
- Carnegie Mellon University - 4 min drive
- Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium - 8 min drive
- Pittsburgh Station - 6 min drive
- Steel Plaza Station - 6 min drive
- Pittsburgh, PA (PIT-Pittsburgh Intl.) - 33 min drive
- H Bar – Open daily.
About this property
Hyatt House Pittsburgh/Bloomfield/Shadyside
Food and drink
- Disliked: Staff & service, property conditions & facilities
ON THE DECLINE
We first stayed at this hotel shortly after it opened 4 years ago. We thought it was wonderful, with its uniquely designed apartment-like suites and its great breakfasts with omelet bar. Our recently completed 5-day stay was our fourth time there and, sadly the place has declined. It seems that the new managers have decided to cut costs by providing middling room cleanliness service featuring cheap paper products with no back-ups: we arrived late at night to find a quarter roll of tp with no replacements. The quality of the breakfast has declined markedly with cardboard cutout potatoes, prefab eggs, greasy bacon and almond milk that we witnessed go bad as the same pitcher was put out day after day. The one standout in service and quality was the omelet chef for most of the days, who was friendly and skilled. By contrast the person in charge of breakfast was obsessed with closing exactly at 9:30. ALSO: THERE IS A HIDDEN DAILY CHARGE FOR PARKING OF $20 THAT WAS NOT ADVERTISED IN HOTELS.COM INFO. ALSO please note that the according to the Front Desk the Hyatt policy is to NOT GIVE POINTS in their Gold Passport card for stays booked through Hotels.com or other third-person sites. By contrast, Marriott DOES GIVE POINTS. Seems like this place enforced budgetary measures that have reduced the quality of their hotel. We will look elsewhere for our next stay.