PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA PROPERTY EST. 1916 • NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES With a blend of classic elegance and modern sophistication, the Omni William Penn Hotel has served as Pittsburgh’s premier hotel since 1916. Architect Henry Clay Frick envisioned his creation as a showplace that would rival Europe’s most elegant Old World hotels. By 1929, the William Penn had become the largest hotel between Pittsburgh and Chicago, and with over 1,000 guestrooms, an elegant Grand Ballroom, and the beautiful Urban Room, it was the region’s busiest convention site. Today, this elegant Grande Dame features 597 beautifully appointed guestrooms, 38 suites, 52,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, and six dining options. It is a perennial favorite of movie stars, politicians, and business leaders worldwide. Every seated president since Theodore Roosevelt has visited the hotel, including President Barack Obama. ORIGINAL HOTEL CLASSIC SERVICE TRADITIONAL DÉCOR CLASSICAL REVIVAL AMENITIES 597 recently renovated guestrooms, each with rich furnishings preserving the colorful history of the hotel while offering modern amenities such as wireless Internet access, HDTV, clock radio with iPod® docking station, beverage chillers, and safes. Luxurious Presidential Suite with formal living room and grand piano, dining room, sitting room, and kitchen. Fitness center with showers and lockers; jewelry shop, and business center. DINING The award-winning Terrace Room utilizes local, fresh ingredients to create fine New Traditional cuisine. The Palm Court Lounge offers dining, cocktails, and fine wines in an elegant setting. The Tap Room is an English-style pub with an array of microbrews. Starbucks® and Bruegger’s Bagels serve beverages and light snacks. Renovated historic Speakeasy Social Lounge serves prohibition-style cocktails and light fare. LOCATION In the heart of downtown Pittsburgh’s central business district, amid shopping, dining, and transportation hubs. Walk to Fortune 500 companies, the Pittsburgh Pirates’ PNC Park, the Pittsburgh Steelers’ Heinz Field, the Pittsburgh Penguins’ PPG Paints Arena, and the cultural district. Pittsburgh Int’l Airport: 18 miles, 30 minutes. 530 William Penn Place Pittsburgh, PA 15219 T 412.281.7100
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