The Industrialist Hotel, Pittsburgh, Autograph Collection

Crafting a Perfect Pittsburgh Vacation

Experience our Pittsburgh hotel near PNC Park

From DIY workshops with a boozy twist to on-demand Peloton classes overlooking the 'Burgh below, a world of activity awaits within The Industrialist Hotel — and that's just the beginning. Step outside our front doors and find yourself in one of Pittsburgh's most iconic neighborhoods, where buildings date back hundreds of years and attractions like the Heinz History Center, Carnegie Science Center, Market Square, and PPG Paints Arena are just walking distance away from our hotel near Acrisure Stadium in Pittsburgh.

On-Site Outlets
Fitness Center

Fitness Center- Third Floor

1,000 sq. ft. fitness center with state-of-the-art equipment

The Industrialist Lounge

Make Like a Local

Channel Pittsburgh's spirit of gritty innovation with our daily Maker Menu, a roster of complimentary DIY projects available to all guests. Rotating projects include things like leather stamping, parchment making and Pittsburgh-themed art. Many projects feature partnerships with local artisans for a truly Pittsburgh experience. Held in The Industrialist Lounge, these hands-on projects come complete with a lively atmosphere — think community tables, a roaring fireplace and craft cocktails — designed to ignite creativity and fuel conversation.

The Industrial Lounge
What Will You Create?
do it yourself keychains

Leather Stamping

Make your mark with personalized leather goods via the process of leather stamping. Projects rotate from key fobs to small card holders to pet collars in a variety of colors and stamping options for the ultimate customization.

do it yourself kit

Candle Making

Create your own travel candle infused with The Industrialist's signature scent and spark a memory for years to come.

coloring book

Coloring Book

Pittsburgh's top attractions take center stage in this grown-up coloring book custom illustrated just for The Industrialist.

coloring book

Calligraphy

Discover the lost art of lettering, from calligraphy with ink and fountain pens, and melted metallic wax seals to a mailing via historic mailboxes.

Near Pittsburgh’s Colleges and Universities

Point Park University

Discover urban convenience at Industrialist Hotel, just moments from Point Park University in downtown Pittsburgh. Your ideal hub for academic visits and city exploration!

University of Pittsburgh

Experience the epitome of convenience at Industrialist Hotel, located mere minutes from the University of Pittsburgh in vibrant downtown Pittsburgh. Your perfect blend of academia and urban adventure awaits.

Carnegie Mellon University

Embrace proximity and convenience at The Industrialist Hotel, situated just moments away from Carnegie Mellon University in downtown Pittsburgh. Your premier choice for seamless access to the academia and attractions.

The Local Scene

The Best of the 'Burgh

There's a reason Pittsburgh is consistently ranked as one of the top places to live there are quite a few reasons, and almost all of them are within walking distance of our hotel. From our hotel near Acrisure Stadium, PNC Park, or PPG Paints Arena, you can catch a game, explore cultural hubs like the Andy Warhol Museum and the Carnegie Science Center; or soak up some sun at Point State Park, where the city's three rivers converge.

PGH Skyline - Downtown Pittsburgh

Getting Around

A Central Location

Our hotel is near the David Lawrence Convention Center in downtown Pittsburgh, an urbanist's dream. Nearly everything is walkable with the Three Rivers Heritage Trail system offering 24 miles of riverfront beauty and access to city neighborhoods, business districts, and local attractions. The city's public transportation includes a light rail, known as the T, which operates for free within downtown boundaries as well as POGOH Bike Share and the Monongahela and Duquesne Incline Cable Cars.

Duquesne University

Fourth Avenue Historic District

A Storied Neighborhood

History comes to life in the Fourth Avenue Historic District, which was known as Pittsburgh’s “Wall Street” in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The area was home to 102 chartered banks and trusts as well as the Pittsburgh Petroleum Stock and Metal. One of 16 National Register Districts in the city, Fourth Avenue showcases buildings designed by more than a dozen distinguished architects, in styles ranging from Greek Revival to Post Modern constructed between 1836 and 1984, as well as eye-catching architecture and historical markers. Visitors will enjoy a self-guided or free, guided walking tour complimentary of the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation.

View of the city

Frequently Asked Questions