Enjoy one of Pennsylvania's four seasons, whether it is outdoor fun like whitewater rafting to touring one of Frank Lloyd Wright's three houses to fall's leaves. Then relax in our family friendly lobby and greatroom. Our guestrooms are spacious and comfortable with triple sheeted beds to HDTV on 32" flatscreens. Stay connected with family and friends with HSI and WiFi throughout hotel.
While you visit Irwin, our hotel's staff goes above and beyond to ensure your comfort and to make sure you feel at home. Our fresh new look in our lobby and guest rooms, along with our superior housekeeping staff will ensure a clean and comfortable stay. From warm hospitality to complimentary cookies in the lobby, we welcome you.
Enjoy all the excitement of a big city vacation, while avoiding the expense of staying downtown, at the Holiday Inn® Hotel Pittsburgh - Monroeville. Our hotel's property is 20 minutes from major attractions like Kennywood Amusement Park, Carnegie Science Center and Heinz Field, but we're situated in Pittsburgh's quiet Monroeville neighborhood.
When it comes to Bentleyville, PA hotels, we want to give you the best. That's why we offer complimentary high-speed wireless Internet access in all the rooms, suites and public areas of our hotel. Furthermore, we offer a complimentary Express Start breakfast with our signature cinnamon rolls.
This hotel is fine in all respects. Free breakfast and newspaper are plusses and increase the value. Since I don't travel much, I have little experience in comparing prices. This was twice as[More]
expensive as some, but I felt one could trust Holiday Inn Express units. Not sure, but this one seemed to be relatively new. There is construction activity near by, but there was no noise disturbance, no problem with sleeping. My biggest problem was finding the hotel. Perhaps detailed instructions were provided, but I didn't see them. I used a GPS that got us off the PA Turnpike correctly, but seemed to try to have us re-enter the ramp going back on the Turnpike in the opposite direction. Actually, that would have been correct as the rather narrow road that led to the hotel branched off the ramp to the turnpike. I didn't see any signs, but there probably were some, but it just seemed counter intuitive to head back to the turnpike to get to the hotel. So, instead of following the GPS, I went to a Sheetz station and asked for directions. They said that a back road had just been opened, pointed it out, and we used that to get to the hotel. Plenty of room in lighted parking lot. Stay was otherwise uneventful. Breakfast was great! [Less]