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The Omni William Penn Hotel in Pittsburgh

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The Omni William Penn Hotel in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is one that is truly rich with character and history. As an architecturally stunning property, the hotel’s exquisite exterior stands out amongst the modern buildings and skyscrapers of a bustling city.

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Anyone entering the Omni William will instantly feel transported to the early 1900s, and with good reason. The hotel initially opened back in 1916, and has been the choice property for various celebrities and politicians throughout the years.

First impressions count for so much, and the Omni William Penn Hotel surely does not disappoint. Upon entering the lobby, it’s like taking a trip back in time as visitors will be nothing short of entranced by the spectacular, dazzling decor.

What makes the Omni William Penn Hotel so special is the unique charm that the establishment encompasses throughout the property, including the guest rooms. The hotel recently underwent a multi-million dollar renovation, and while this is apparent, the historical ambiance of the property still remains intact.

Visitors can choose from several dining options, including The Terrace Room, Palm Court, and The Tap Room. When you’re ready for a nightcap, take a step back in time by going to the hotel’s Speakeasy, which offers a variety of fine liquors.

Whether you’re in town for business or for pleasure, no visit to Pittsburgh is complete without an overnight stay in the Omni William Penn Hotel, a property that truly captures the city’s essence and history.

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