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About the Venue–Omni William Penn Hotel

The grand Omni William Penn Hotel is an enchanting Pittsburgh masterpiece renowned for its timeless beauty and sophistication. Nestled in the heart of the business district, this 1916 National Historic Landmark stands as an emblem of commerce and culture and is surrounded by corporate headquarters, the city’s cultural center, shopping, entertainment and sporting venues. Oversized guest rooms are handsomely appointed with cherrywood furnishings and feature windows that open, and complimentary high-speed Internet access. Dine in the award winning Terrace Room which features Continental and Mediterranean cuisine, enjoy high tea at the Palm Court Monday through Saturday or try the Tap Room, an old English pub serving tavern-style food for lunch and dinner. There is also a Starbucks Café and a Bruegger’s Bagels located in the hotel.

The hotel has a full service business center–open 24-hours to hotel guests, full service concierge, 24-hour guest room dining, laundry/dry cleaning services, spa/nail salon, newsstand and gift shop, shoeshine, jewelry shop and has a complimentary fitness center featuring advanced exercise equipment which is open 24-hours a day.

The hotel is adjacent to the “T”, Pittsburgh’s Metro System, which links all points of downtown Pittsburgh and Station Square. The Pittsburgh International Airport is 30 minutes from the hotel. Within one block you will find Pittsburgh’s best shopping including Saks Fifth Avenue, Macy’s, Brooks Brothers, and other major shops. Several other attractions are nearby the hotel and include the Mellon Arena, Heinz Hall, PNC Ballpark, Heinz Field, and Kennywood Theme Park.

Self parking has a $14 per day maximum and Valet parking has a $24 per day maximum. Prices are subject to change.

The Omni William Penn Hotel address is 530 William Penn Place, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15219. Phone: (412) 281-7100, Fax: (412) 553-5252, Web: http://www.omniwilliampenn.com/.


rev. 17-January, 2007

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