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Welcome to the Courtyard Pittsburgh Shadyside, ideally located just steps from the shops of Shadyside and just minutes from downtown Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh and many other attractions and local businesses. With our friendly staff and stylish accommodations, the Courtyard Pittsburgh Shadyside is your oasis on the road.
Experience a refreshing change of pace. We will help you make the most of your time on the road, whether you are traveling for business or pleasure! Our cheerful and friendly staff is waiting to exceed your expectations!
Our beautifully landscaped courtyard is the perfect place to relax. Grab a sandwich or snack right inside at our 24-hour Market to enjoy in our Courtyard.
Our state-of-the-art lobby features a new, more personal arrival experience, plus the interactive touch-screen GoBoard where you can check news, weather and find local attractions.
Need a snack, beverage or forgotten sundry item? Our Market is open 24 hours a day for your convenience.
Staying productive is easy with our 24-hour business center featuring a complimentary PC and printer for use. Complimentary wireless high-speed Internet is available throughout the lobby area. Guests even have the convenience of printing directly from their guest room.
The Bistro is our food and beverage destination for refreshing breakfast choices in the morning and a variety of dinner and cocktail options in the evening. The Bistro also offers specialty beverages made with Starbucks® coffee to help you get a jump on the day.
You won't need to go far for your morning coffee or afternoon pick-me-up. This full-service Starbucks is accessible right from the lobby.
Depicted is the razor-toothed Allosaurus fragilis preparing to strike the juvenile Apatosaurus sp. huddling near its mother in "Dinosaurs in their Time" at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Allosaurus was excavated from Dinosaur National Monument by Carnegie Museum's Earl Douglass and crew from 1913 to 1915. Photo Courtesy of Visit Pittsburgh.
Carnegie Museum of Natural History
From the discovery of Diplodocus carnegii to the skull of Samson, the most complete Tyrannosaurus rex skull known to date, and the brand new, yet to be named, species of oviraptorosaur, the Carnegie Museum of Natural History has one of the finest dinosaur collections in the world. Other exhibits include the Hillman Hall of Minerals & Gems, the Alcoa Foundation Hall of American Indians, Polar World: Wyckoff Hall of Arctic Life, the Walton Hall of Ancient Egypt, the Benedum Hall of Geology, and the Powdermill Nature Reserve. Photo Courtesy of Visit Pittsburgh.
Carnegie Science Center
Recipient of the 2003 National Award for Museum Service, Carnegie Science Center inspires and entertains by connecting science and technology with everyday life. The Science Center is located on Pittsburgh's North Shore along the banks of the Ohio River and is accessible to persons with disabilities. Photo Courtesy of Visit Pittsburgh.
Just Ducky Tours
See the hills and rivers of Pittsburgh from Just Ducky Tour's amphibious vehicles. The only tour of its kind in the area! Talkative and talented guides complete this unique experience. Photo Courtesy of Visit Pittsburgh.
The Golden Triangle at The Point
Pittsburgh's Three Rivers are the perfect place for fishing, kayaking, canoeing and boating. Photo Courtesy of Visit Pittsburgh.
Heinz Hall's opulent interior features the original imported Italian marble, plush red velvet and shimmering Austrian crystal, with two spectacular 15-foot chandeliers in the Grand Lobby weighing more than a ton each. Photo Courtesy of Visit Pittsburgh.
The Benedum Center for the Performing Arts is home to the Pittsburgh CLO, Pittsburgh Dance Council, Pittsburgh Ballet Theater and the Pittsburgh Opera, as well as Broadway touring productions. Photo Courtesy of Visit Pittsburgh.
Cathedral of Learning
The University of Pittsburgh's Cathedral of Learning is home to 27 Nationality Rooms, working classrooms that depict the region's ethnic roots. Photo Courtesy of Visit Pittsburgh.
Phipps Conservatory & Botanical Gardens
Something's always blooming at Phipps Conservatory, a 13-room "crystal palace" that is one of the largest and finest Victorian glasshouses in the country. The botanical gardens feature lush tropical plants, palms, orchids, ferns and desert plants, as well as many special flower shows, exhibits and butterflies. Outdoor gardens and collections include the children's Discovery Garden, Japanese Courtyard Garden, bonsai, butterflies, perennials, annuals, herbs and aquatics. Photo Courtesy of Visit Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium
Located five miles east of downtown Pittsburgh, the Zoo is a 77-acre facility that is home to thousands of animals representing hundreds of diverse species. Committed to education, research, and wildlife conservation, the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium is actively involved in 23 Species Survival Plans and proudly exhibits 22 threatened or endangered species. The Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium is one of only six major zoo and aquarium combinations in the country. Photo Courtesy of Visit Pittsburgh.
Expert meeting planners are on-site to help you host your next function.
Meeting Room – U-Shape Setup
Catering and meeting planning services are available to make your event a success!
Oakland Meeting Room
Our Oakland Meeting Room is perfect for business meetings and social gatherings for up to 65 people. All meeting rooms offer free wired and wireless high-speed Internet access. Full service catering options are available. Let our experienced staff take care of your needs from start to finish.
Our contemporary boardroom is perfect for small gatherings for up to 12 people.