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Pittsburgh Airport Marriott in Coraopolis, PA

Pittsburgh Airport Marriott in Coraopolis, PA


Luxurious accommodations and state-of-the-art technology blend together at the stylish Pittsburgh Airport Marriott. Five miles from the Greater Pittsburgh International Airport and 12 miles from downtown, this sophisticated Pittsburgh hotel is near the area's top shopping destinations including IKEA and over 300 dining and retail options. Along with its prime location, the Pittsburgh Airport Marriott offers complimentary parking and airport/local (3 mile radius) transportation. Fresh from a $14 million renovation in 2008, this revitalized Pittsburgh hotel boasts a contemporary atmosphere accented by brilliant local artwork. Over 12,000 sq. ft. of flexible event space provides a beautiful setting for corporate and social events, while the fresh, fun, and inviting Regatta Bar & Grill serves up a unique culinary experience. We also offer a 24-hr Grab-N-Go, proudly brewing Starbucks coffee. Pittsburgh Airport Marriot... the place where business and pleasure connect - the perfect mixology.


Company Info:

Rating: 3.58

Address: 777 Aten Road, Coraopolis, PA, 15108
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Comments (36):

1. Cameron T.
Totally surprised by this hotel. The staff was so professional & friendly. The room was very clean, & newly remodeled. Very comfortable. Room service was super quick. We also got everything we requested (bedding & additional room service items) very fast. There are several restaurants in the area, as well as shopping. We got a great rate on Hotwire, and also got upgraded when we checked in. Would definitely stay again if we were in the area.

23/07/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
2. Robert M.
I stay at this location 12-15 times per year on business. The staff is great, the room is comfortable, and I am very comfortable here. The gym is good and there is wireless in the rooms and in the lobby. The newly designed lobby bar is great and usually busy. Drinks and food are a bit pricey for a hotel of this caliber. They need to realize not everyone can expense meals and cocktails. I would like to eat there but usually go offsite to eat.

17/02/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
3. David L.
Have stayed at this hotel a couple of times in the last six months while visiting colleges in Pittsburgh. This hotel is great! Great location, great rooms, great food and the lobby is great. I could not have been happier with the stays. I would recommend this hotel to anyone who is visiting the area. It is not downtown Pittsburgh but unless there is a reason to stay downtown, STAY HERE!

27/02/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
4. Rebecca L.
I stayed here after Christmas. My sister had died and they bent over backwards to support us.  I was so impressed with all the staff.  I hope to return there soon.  The buffet was great at breakfast.

14/02/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
5. Angie C.
This is actually a review for the Regatta Bar and Grille in the Marriott. It was seriously a wonderful experience. I went there today and had one of those Entertainment cards for buy one, get one free entrees, but it looked like we could only pick from the 5 entrees they had on the menu (there were lots of other things too.) When the waitress came, I asked her about it, and she said that she could make it buy one, get one free for anything on the menu. Yay! The food was amazing, and I would definitely go back whether or not I actually had that coupon.

31/07/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
6. Jason R.
Fine place to stay, but not much to do. Rooms are solid. Bathroom was fine, but limited water pressure. They have a free shuttle if you want to venture out. The bar/restaurant is decent - they make tasty perogies and the caesar salad is nice. Their reuben would be much better with swiss cheese (instead of the american they used) and lots more corned beef.

31/10/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
7. Meg L.
Inviting decor in lobby and in rooms; the property has been kept up well, the room was nice and clean.  Super-duper comfy bed!  They are really pretty close to a bunch of restaurants, though, not in walking distance.   The pool and hot tub were enjoyable.

The one downfall--the Regatta Bar and Grille.  We decided to just have "tapas" (appetizers), and, while the buffalo shrimp and the chicken quesadilla were tasty...something made me violently ill within the next 45 minutes after eating, and, I usually have a strong stomach.  Furthermore, we ordered the meatballs appetizer, and, hello, there were two (2) meatballs.  TWO.  Everything was overpriced (that we ordered---maybe the entrees would have been worth it)....the drink was mostly soda and hardly any vodka, and, the price was like being in a club in downtown Manhattan.

So, while I would definitely stay at the Marriott Pittsburgh Airport again, I would avoid the Regatta Bar and Grille.

03/07/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
8. Lucky C.
It's in the middle of no where, no restaurants close by

15/03/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
9. Willie O.
Very nice hotel, clean and right ambiance. Conveniently located near the airport. Now, I was surprised ti see how thin the walls were. I stayed on the 15th floor (concierge/club level). I heard EVERYTHING my neighbors were saying and "doing"!  Good thing I did not have my kids with me. I'm glad the neighbors finished their business quickly! lol.

20/05/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
10. The Yelp-inator W.
Decent room for the night and great price/value
Friendly staff
Starbucks downstairs...is not really starbucks.,,but they do serve starbucks coffee.

15/04/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
11. Mercedes D.
My husband and I came for our anniversary, a night away from the kiddo. We got the special package- romantic package that came with champagne chic covered strawberries which came almost 1.5 hrs after we got there. Champagne was distasteful. Other than that good service. Free parking. Comfy bed and pillows. We did ask for extra towels which I don't think we got.... I would pick this hotel over the spring hill suites though.

14/07/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
12. george o.
Not a great experience.

Not so close to the airport. (tacky tip jar on shuttle service)
Buzzer on front door makes me think that we are in a dangerous neighborhood.
Off-duty police in lobby (during my stay) is not the feeling I want in a Hotel. (how dangerous is it?)
iPhone & iPad chargers left in room mysteriously disappeared (plus a hassle to connect to housekeeping and no promised follow-up).

Comfortable Bed
Quiet even though basketball tournament participants necessitated off-duty police stationed in lobby
Plenty of parking.
Friendly staff (but that is probably how you can tell you are in Pittsburgh).

Generally soul-sucking Marriott mono-culture.  (Am I in Fairbanks? oh, Pittsburgh. Can't tell if you are in a Marriott).

09/05/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
13. Brian C.
Clean rooms. Friendly staff.

18/08/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
14. Patten F.
In town to cover the NHL Draft in June...the hotel was mostly pros:
- Plenty of parking
- Relatively close to restaurants/other stuff (if you know how to use the internet and realize you have to drive one exit up)
- Comfortable bed.
- Clean.
- Fancy bathrooms.
- Fairly inexpensive, considering.
- Good location in relation to the city.
- Safe area.

The only con is that it's 2012. In-room internet should not cost money when you are forking out over 100 bucks a night to essentially sleep in a used bed.

14/08/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
15. Bronwen B.
Going through my Yelp, I realized I'd bookmarked this hotel over two years ago, but never wrote a review! And I wouldn't normally be driven to review an airport Marriott after so much time had passed, but I had a unique experience with this hotel and I am forever grateful for their service.

A couple of years back, my now-husband and I embarked on our vacation together -- to a multi-day music festival in the middle of West Virginia. We were so far in the boonies that the nearest airport was Pittsburgh Int'l, which was a good two-hour drive away. Now, the Mister is a rough and tumble sort, big on camping, fishing and getting dirty, and while I try to hang, this trip was the first time I'd ever been camping. Seriously, EVER. I think I did pretty well, being on a mountaintop with port-a-potties and virtually nothing to consume but a party keg of beer, bread, cheese, peanut butter and jelly. I survived three nights of camping - cold and wet on a thin mattress in a small tent -- but with one night left I begged, "Can we leave tomorrow (which was a day early)? We can see whatever bands you want to see, but tomorrow night I want to be in a hotel in Pittsburgh."

And he agreed (reason #281 I married him). But instead of staying through the music, we left that morning. Two hours later (probably around 1p) we rolled into the Airport Marriott; we'd literally chosen it because we knew it was near the airport and it was right off the freeway. Plus, being Marriott we knew we'd get at least a minimum level of service. But at that point, I honestly DID NOT CARE. I hadn't had a shower in three days; I was filthy and sweaty, still slightly hung over from drinking/camping/partying for three days and hauling all my dirty laundry (while we'd only camped for three nights, we'd been traveling through southern Ohio for a week) in a trash bag.

Needless to say, my presence was tangible, and no doubt offensive to the front desk staff. I told the woman we'd just come from WVa and didn't have a reservation; explained we desperately needed a room and hot showers and a meal that wasn't in a can. I was almost on my knees, begging, praying there was a vacancy (and that they'd let us check in before 3p).  Voila, there was! And for reasons I neither know or understand, she made a call or two and actually got us a discounted rate. All this time later, I can't tell you what we paid, but I can definitively tell you that I didn't care.

Key in hand, I got the Mister out of the car and dragged in. The room was gorgeous -- and I'm not simply saying that because there were sheets and a flushing toilet. We had a corner room with windows on two sides and a large screen invited us to sit down and take a load off. And the shower...! The water pressure was like manna from heaven. Time literally stood still as I soaped and scrubbed ever part of myself -- well, that's what I thought, anyway. The Mister later told me I was in there for a full hour, and making the most gratuitous sounds he'd ever heard outside an adult theatre.

We found the energy to hit a local restaurant for dinner -- the long stretch of highway looks deceiving, but there was a cluster of restaurants and shops probably 10 minutes away -- then came back and crashed.  The bed was *almost* as good as that shower, but neither compare to the generosity of the staff member who took discounted pity on a bedraggled couple with no reservation.

27/09/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
16. Adam C.
The Pittsburgh Airport Marriott is nice hotel with good upkeep and reasonable room prices. I was in town for a wedding and the reception was at this hotel, so I decided to book a room here. The meeting and banquet halls are very nice and the food was pretty good. I stay at hotels all over the US and I tend to shy away from Marriott and I was quickly reminded why during this visit. Marriott will over charge you for every little thing.
I stopped for a beer before dinner and found that a big name draft pint was over $5, they have free Wifi but if you want to actually get any use out of it you will need to fork over about $10, Breakfast buffet is over $15. I have been in hotels where they gave you a free cup or two of beer just for being a guest, free fast wifi, and even the hot breakfast was free. I don't mind paying a reasonable fare for the things I want but as Usual Marriott over charges. Anyway, nice hotel, great for parties, suffers from used car salesmen up-charges.

20/09/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
17. Dan E.
Recently spent a night here - I'm a fan of the Marriott brand of hotels.  While not anything amazingly over the top, you definitely know what to expect and they are pretty standard across the board (in a good way).  It's located about 7-8 minutes from the airport and it's a pretty large hotel.  Check-in was a breeze and I was lucky enough to have a corner King room.  The room was clean and spacious so absolutely no complaints from me there.  The bed was nice and soft - just the way I like it.  The TV was a newer, flat panel also.  The room also had a nice sized sleeper sofa.  Clean bathroom, as well.

They offer free wireless which is a nice perk.  The weird thing was that we had to park pretty far from the hotel since the parking lot was so packed.  They have a nice enough hotel bar - nothing too fancy but it definitely gets the job done.  I'd have no qualms about staying here again.

02/11/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
18. Gina R.
I was put up in this hotel for the evening by United Airlines because my flight had been cancelled.  I couldn't have been more pleased.  They seemed professional over the phone, they accepted my room AND dinner voucher which I was VERY pleased with.  The room was clean and elegant and the bed was extremely comfortable.  I especially enjoyed the fluffy duvet.  The staff was incredibly kind and willing to help.  I have absolutely no complaints about this hotel.

04/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
19. Carrie D.
I've stayed here a few times, since it's so close to the airport and my hubby and I are Platinum members.

Great hotel. Very posh feeling. Nice amenities. Great continental breakfast.

Good service! No complaints. I'd have explored more of the hotel if I ever stay there for more than one night :)

06/06/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
20. Tauseef R.
Great hotel, clean, friendly staff, very close to the airport. If you don't have a car however you are very limited on food options or anything. Great if you plan to park and fly from PIT.

15/08/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
21. Lynn N.
Hmmm...something has changed since I last stayed here in May and prior to that: a number of times in the previous three years. Service level and warmth isn't there anymore. Impersonal, disconnected desk reps, the hotel is now limiting its use of their shuttles (for example, they would transport you anywhere within a limited area bit now they won't drive a guest during the dinner hour: approx 5-ish to 7 pm.) Assuming they want to keep more guests at the hotel to drive their restaurant usage up. Not sure why and have heard different things from different employees. Definitely not one clear message.

It's a standard property now equal to other 3 stars. Ok but not memorable, therefore I won't think proactively staying here again.

16/07/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
22. Nicole C.
I've traveled to Pittsburgh on business about 6 times and all but once I stayed at the Pittsburgh Airport Marriott. It's super close to the airport so it was a great location for my work, but if you are visiting the city and want to sightsee, it can be a bit out of the way. Yet, with free parking, and being not far off the highway, I would recommend it anytime. :-)

Rooms: Lovely hotel, standard Marriott rooms and quality I've come to expect. When I visit during the week having access to the concierge lounge is always a bonus. Always clean.

Staff: Never an issue. Quick check in. As a matter of fact, the last couple of visits staff recognized me and called me by name as I entered. Rooms keys ready to go and room prepped exactly the way I like. Housekeeping is very pleasant and quick to respond when I need extra towels or something to that effect.

There is a in house restaurant with a pretty decent happy hour - though I've never partaken. I've had plenty of room service from the restaurant so, I am guessing the quality of food (good to great) is the same downstairs as up in my room. Breakfast in bed was amazing and always prepared perfectly even when I make special requests.

Fitness: 3 to 4 stars for the fitness facility. I think thy remodeled it just before my last visit, but I didn't have a chance to visit that trip.

19/09/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
23. Neil P.
Nice clean rooms but kind of getting dated.

12/06/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
24. Ericka S.
The staff is very friendly and accomodating. My family and I felt welcomed the moment we stepped inside. The hotel itself is nice and clean but the room had an old  beat up desk and a few other furniture items that need to be replaced. There was no fridge or microwave in the room. Kind of inconvenient with a 9 month old. I was able ask the front desk for a small mini fridge that they brought up to the room. But for the microwave we had to go to the snack area. If I needed to stay here again I would but it's not a first choice.

08/08/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
25. Elise G.
Very disappointed with this hotel experience.   Hotel was average and the restaurant service crappy. The food catered by the restaurant for our weekend event was mediocre to poor. Hot and cold food presented in aluminum foil pans, set on the counter tops left for 45-55 minutes at room temp. Dinner of pasta and meatballs was typical. Lunch of hamburgers was unsatisfactory - meat was under cooked and buns were dry. An iceberg salad was served with one dressing, in a plastic to-go quart container and ladle. Staff was quick to charge for additional items that came from the closed breakfast buffet that was near to the aluminum foil pans for our group. We were charged $6 for a small box of cereal the size that comes in a multipack at the store and $5 for a couple slices of bacon.  (I sure hope they didn't really plan to keep and reuse the cooked bacon that was sitting out at noon from the breakfast buffet.) Talking with the restaurant event manager just ended in an argument and no changes. She defended the poor service as our mistake for not requesting that the hot food be kept hot while served.
Hotel rooms were very typical, nothing fancy for the million dollar renovation. Bathroom was small. Had to call the front desk about the smell of sewage from the drains. Engineering responded quickly, stated it happens often in some of the upper rooms because the water drains out of the traps in the pipe. Tossed in some water and bleach to fix the smell. The free parking everyone mentions in the other reviews is great if you can get a spot. There was a wedding party and hotel guests competing for parking. Some guest had to circle the large lot for 10 minutes to find spots.

12/10/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
26. Felicia C.
Clearly a standard 3 star hotel with inflated pricing. The room was nice and clean with fresh linens however the furniture is showing wear. Happy that I didn't pay full price for my stay being there wasn't a mini fridge for our weekend stay to bring leftovers from our lunches or dinners out, not to mention to keep our beer chilled.
Hotel staff was very friendly and inviting. We used the pool and unhappy that the hot tub was being serviced and out of order. The pool ring could use a good cleaning but nice size fresh clean towels readily available every time we swam.
Parking was a mess being they have large ballrooms for weddings and other special events. It was a hike to your car being the lot is shaped like a 'V'.
Overall I would stay again but only if I could get a discounted rate and only for 1 night.

10/08/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
27. Huseyin K.
I could have given 0 stars if there was an option. The main driveway was closed and we had to search the place for 2 hours. Staff unhelpful and rude. Absolutely would not recommend

18/10/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
28. Jay I.
I have purchased one night stay for this hospital through one of those online blind purchase.  I ended up paying 72 dollars (58 before tax) for this hotel, and I should say this was a vast success.

It was a free parking with ample spots.  The receptionists were very nice.  Room was clean on the 10th floor.  On top of that fitness center was very night with TV-attached cardio with water and apple in the room.  So I have no problem giving 5 stars to the room.

Now the restaurant (Regatta Bar and Grill) was a different story.  Had burger which was mediocre.  Patty was cold already.  crab chowder was... well... crap.   The only thing that stood out was the bartender who served me.  He was very nice, kind and attentive.  

So overall, this place is definitely a place to stay even if you have to pay more than I paid.  You can skip the meal though.

26/11/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
29. Ellen C.
I want to update what I wrote on 8/14. Stayed 4 nights at Priceline rate; hotel made good on the rate for the first night, which I had not booked through Priceline. The room was comfortable, very clean (you'd expect it at their standard prices), though one day the cleaning staff didn't replace bath mat. For working on laptop and charging iPhone at night they haven't brought their outlets up to date. Other hotels have modules on the bed table and over the desk. At this hotel you have to scrunch down under the desk and plug in next to the TV cord. To charge the iPhone overnight I had to pull the bed table out and plug in down near the floor. Really inconvenient. Staff is courteous. Bar is nice to sit at. Many weddings and parties make for a lot of noise which I don't like.


17/08/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
30. Susan D.
Rudest van drivers I have ever experienced. On way to airport van driver refused ride because he had crew. On way back to hotel van driver yelled at me when he pullef up because I was smoking in the designated smoking area. Perhaps they should a.  Have a separate van for crew if they want my park n fly money and b.  Change their pick up spot. I don't care to be scolded by some van driver when I am not breaking rules. Rude drivers all around!  Hotel is ok. Restaurant ok. Just don't try to get a ride when a crew needs one. Guess it is ok with them to invonvience other guests.

23/01/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
31. Matt T.
Love this hotel.  Despite being near the airport, it is very quiet.  The staff is top notch.  And the room is gorgeous.  Might be the most comfortable hotel bed I've ever slept in.  I need to find out the brand of mattress, it's time for me to get a new one and I wouldn't mind having one of these.  My only complaints is that the plumbing must be old, because I guess when someone near by flushes, the water in the shower turns really hot for a split second.  Also, the bar and restaurant prices seem steep and I live in Las Vegas, so that says a lot.  $6 for a beer and $8 for a bowl of soup?!  Also, there is construction going on that has the main road going into the hotel, so you have to take a back road from the next exit down near Robinson Town Center.   However, I would stay here again.  The bed and room comfort makes up for the other short comings.

17/10/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
32. Chloe J.
I went here with my boyfriend while he was work traveling.  The hotel has great customer service, some really nice people who work there. The maids cleaned everyday and were friendly.  There is not much to choose from on the menu for room service, nor the bar/restaurant downstairs.  Very few options for food.  The TV stopped working sometimes (Dish?).  Pillows were terrible. Neck cramp. Overall, it was a fine stay.

05/05/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
33. Carrie O.
Either my husband and I just have incredibly low standards, or the previous reviewers that have complained about this place were just low on their crack supply - no idea of which, but I can say that this hotel was easily one of the better places that we've laid our heads in.  We stayed for 50 per night (through Priceline), and for that rate, it was an absolute steal for the comfort and service that we received.

The room was absolutely huge and was more than adequate for two.  Flat-screen television, a small work area, a big comfy chair, and a large bathroom area with a separate vanity - hell, this was better than our own house.  The water pressure in the shower was heaven - perfect temperature, and it was pretty easy to work (most hotel showers require an instruction manual, and it's usually written in something that looks suspiciously like Swedish).  And the bed?  Are you kidding me?  For once, I didn't have to sleep with my husband's butt pretty much in my face - that's awesome!  (Not to run down my husband's butt - he possesses the finest cheeks on the planet. But I digress.)

The outlet problem didn't exist for us - they were located right next to the work area near the lamps.  No problem at all.  WiFi was free, which was really nice.  You can pay extra for 'enhanced' WiFi, but most of the time you won't need to bother.  It CAN slow up at inopportune times though, so be prepared for that.

The fitness center here was a nice touch and very appreciated.  We didn't use the pool, but it seemed generously sized and there were plenty of others using it at the time.  The machines in the fitness center aren't completely up to date, but that's okay - they work and do what they're supposed to do.  Free water is provided and we saw apples being offered in a dish in the morning, which was nice.  Staff was all around pleasant and easy to deal with.

A couple of things that would have pushed it to the five-star mark:

- A breakfast offering would have been nice, even if it was just cold cereal, milk or fruit.  Or if the breakfast would have been a little less money.  I'm not paying seven bucks for a glass of orange juice.  Just, no.  The free coffee and little machine in the room was nice, though.  It helped to keep my husband human in the morning, heh.

- Parking here is a bit tight.  You'll find a spot, but be prepared to walk for a mile before you reach your car.  

For some reason, this place is big on weddings.  There were three weddings here while we stayed - in the space of two days.  I'm seriously not sure why someone would pick a hotel airport for a wedding, but hey, to each their own.

In short - we found this place an excellent value for the money.  We'd definitely stay at this hotel again, should we return to the P'burgh area.

31/08/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
34. Lambert P.
I've stayed at this hotel several times and each time was through a Priceline purchase.  When I am booking for this area of Pittsburgh I specifically look for 2 things which are free parking and free internet.  Of course hotels have different prices at different times based on demand and such but every time I ended up with this hotel I was very please at both the price and the overall facility.

This hotel is very close to Robinson, the Summit etc which I do most of my big box shopping during trips to PA so being close to the highway and close to the places I visit is a big plus.  There's also lots of places to eat nearby as well so you have both the shopping and some meals covered off too.  

The hotel is spacious, has quick elevators, and plenty of parking.  Even on the busiest of times this hotel always has parking which is also free so that is a huge bonus compared to staying in the city.  Since Pittsburgh isn't that big of a city staying in this part of town makes sense for us sometimes.  The Marriott overall is a great location and for the times we went, a very great value.  If I had it my way whenever I go for a hotel via Priceline or Hotwire I'd almost hope I get this one each time.

The internet works very well in this hotel as well.

30/09/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
35. Kathleen K.
Clean, nice staff, great for conferences, nice lobby bar. The place is a little dated, however, so don't expect the latest upgrades. Heat/AC is dodgy at times, as is the temp in the shower. Don't expect to ever get caffeinated coffee pods if they're booked/running low. Pillows are kind of awful, too, but beds are comfy.

17/05/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
36. Marge G.
Lovely 2 night stay - room very clean and comfortable although not a fan of double/full size beds. Staff was very accommodating. Bell captain very friendly and helpful. Pool kept the kids busy after a long day visiting the Downtown area. Also got a great rate on Priceline.

05/04/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0