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Red Roof Inns in Pittsburgh, PA

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Rating: 2.64

Address: 6404 Steubenville Pike, Pittsburgh, PA, 15205

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    Comments (14):

    1. Eric G.
    We frequently travel with our 80 lb. dog, so pet-friendly hotels are a must. This usually means a Red Roof Inn or a La Quinta for us. The La Quinta nearby was $15 more a night, so we stayed here instead. I was afraid I might regret it as Red Roof Inns can be somewhat inconsistent in terms of cleanliness. Fortunately, this is a good one. The room was clean and the area around the hotel was quiet and felt safe. Having a Denny's next door made breakfast before hitting the road a breeze. There are also plenty of other restaurants within walking distance and a large mall nearby. I'd definitely stay here again. Don't know if the La Quinta is nicer, but this suited our needs quite nicely for a lot less.

    26/07/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    2. Mike W.
    Wow...nice renovations.  Comfy, and quiet.

    10/09/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    3. David K.
    This motel was much cheaper than the competition and a good value.  It lacks amenities like a pool, which we expected, but claimed to have free wifi.  The wifi did function but every fifteen minutes or so would cut off and require you to reload the splash page and sign back in.  This meant apps wouldn't work on the wifi and its use was a frustrating experience.  This frustration was needless and would make us consider not staying at a Red Roof Inn again.

    26/08/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    4. Brennon O.
    Very dirty.  Carpet didn't appear to have been swept in some time.
    Spider webs and spiders in some corners of room & bathroom.
    Hair in bedside drawer.
    Condom box under the bed.
    Dust on everything.
    Odd odor in room. Kind of like pets.
    Beds mattresses were thin. Made beds low.
    We came to this hotel, because of decent reviews.
    We travel a lot. This is very disappointing.

    I manage a hotel. I would have a very serious coaching session leading toward termination with the housekeepers. This room didn't get this way overnight!

    15/09/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    5. Nicholas S.
    A nice property in a good location.  Lots of dining and shopping nearby and not too far from the airport.  Would stay again, a good value.

    02/07/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    6. Kate M.
    This clean basic hotel is great value for the price, with a free shuttle from the airport. There is free wifi included and beds are clean and comfy. Good food options within walking distance and parking right out front of the rooms.

    22/09/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    7. Valerie F.
    The room was nicely furnished, much more modern than I expected from a Red Roof Inn. The problem was the quality of the heater in the room. Every 15 min or so it would make a loud rattling sound for about 10 minutes. I had to turn it off for the night so I could sleep which of course meant that I was cold. Then, around 7:30 some people started talking and moving thing around in the hallway. It woke me up. Then around 8:15 I heard vacuuming, laughing and talking in the hall. It's good that they want the hotel to be clean but at 8:15? I'm sure I wasn't the only one trying to sleep. The lady at the front desk brushed off my concern which made it more frustrating. Overall the room and the bed were fine, it's the staff that could Mae some improvements.

    18/04/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    8. Terri P.
    Stayed here two nights and was pleasantly surprised judging the pictures people posted. I arrived with a reservation for a standard double bed room and when i got there i asked for the lower level. The clerk who was very nice told me that there was some available but they were $10 more a night I said no thank you and that i had bad knees. She then offered me the handicap king that came with a microwave and fridge for the same price. I took that. The room was nice and clean. The air conditioner really didnt kick out on the high setting but it still cooled the room. It was quiet and near a ton of restaurants and shopping. The Central Diner is located in the parking lot and has really good food with a large variety. I would definitely stay here in the future.

    29/06/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    9. Tayler G.
    Stayed here about a year ago and absolutely love love loved it. Absolutely no complaints and would love to be able to find a hotel like this one every where we went we've stayed at a lot of hotels in a lot of states and this is easily number one still!!!!

    24/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    10. S. F.
    Was very disappointed with my stay here. Though the hotel was "recently updated", it has not been maintained well at all. The laminate wood flooring was very, very dirty. The mini-fridge I paid extra to have was broken and didn't even work! I had been driving all day and was counting on it upon arrival to keep food from my cooler cold. Nearly every side of every pillow was stained - gross! The evening staff was not friendly or helpful. Also, if you are a female traveling alone, good luck carrying a heavy suitcase up the huge stairwell on your own. I have never had a hotel experience as bad as this one - I do not recommend it at all!

    09/07/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    11. Jennifer M.
    Stayed here last night for the first (and last) time. The bathroom reeked of old urine, the hallways and room had an old, musty smell and there was no coffee maker or hair dryer in the room - shame on me for assuming they would have these standard amenities! On a positive note, the front desk staff were lovely and patient despite some difficult customers in line.
    Next time I'll pay a few more bucks and stay elsewhere.....

    25/08/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    12. Mark M.
    Hey, First negative post! Please take my advice:

    Just don't do it.

    Room:
    -Smell: It's possible a chain-smoker used an old wet sponge to extinguish his cigarettes for hours in this motel with bad ventilation....that's the best way to describe the smell....just mildew and ash.

    Noise: Before going to bed, I could hear people walking up to the building door, and then their footsteps all the way down the hall. I'm an easy sleeper so I didn't think anything of it until someone decided to make a phonecall in the hallway and I heard his whole life story in detail.
       By bedtime, I was annoyed by the drunk people playing music on their cellphones as they passed by with that brassy and high pitched sound that cellphone speakers produce....2 hrs of that just drives you nuts and the noise level would wax/wane simply on how far down the hall they decided to be while hanging out..... but once I fall asleep, I'm usually good so I wasn't too worried.
       At some point in the middle of the night, I woke to a loud argument involving threats of people getting their head bashed in....heard someone call the front desk (again, thin walls..but on the bright side, at least I knew someone made the call so I didn't have to!).
       Some time later around 230AM...I woke up to some very drunk laughter and merriment going on in the hallways. I started answering emails since I was up....about 5 minutes later, someone opened their door to scream at the party that it was a no-fun zone (some kept yelling that...I found it kind of funny).....then it got less funny when several male voices just start full on threatening each other and cursing as loud as they can in order to intimidate each other....that goes on for a minute or two. Then a door slams...then door banging to get the other person back out in order to settle their heated debate on masculinity.

    Then silence after about 2 more minutes of door banging.
    I fall back asleep.
    Then I wake up to door banging again...but it's the cops this time....
    Warnings all around.   Fall asleep again.
    Wake up in the morning and bail....never again.

    Oh, hair in the bathtub and empty shampoo bottle.
    Candy wrapper on the floor near my bed.
    Silverfish bug cruising around in the bathroom sink.
    Crumbs or something on the floor in random places...

    As long as it isn't a roach or roachlike bug...I don't care...and hair doesn't bother me...but when you have hair, trash, and bugs....it worries you that maybe those sheets were just reset rather than changed....made me wonder, at least.

    It's bad here guys, just don't do it. If you can snatch a room for like....25-30 bucks and there is nothing important going on the next day and you can afford a bad night sleep, maybe.....but just spend more and sleep happy.

    29/10/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    13. Charlie H.
    If you shop for hotels like I do- price, safety, and cleanliness are the priorities. This Red Roof Inn scores two out of three. The place is filthy. Add to that bad service. One star.

    The lock to the room professed, "100% SMOKE FREE." Cigarette butts were everywhere outside the door, sidewalk, and parking lot.  And, the "fresh" towels smelled of cigarette smoke, ostensibly because housekeeping employees smoked in the laundry room.

    Speaking of housekeeping, the same folks never made it to service the room on Day Two.  Not that they didn't have ample opportunity. My room was vacant from 10AM until 3PM. This wasn't a big deal; it was just indicative of how this property is managed. I switched out towels and lived with that.

    Proximity to Pittsburgh may be this hotels biggest asset. I also felt safe here, but I would never return.

    22/07/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    14. Stephen M.
    When you think "Red Roof Inn," you're thinking that the quality of the hotel will be somewhat less than that of a more expensive chain.  And that's probably why you're thinking of it because we all can't afford to stay at a Marriott or Wyndham hotel.

    I didn't have high hopes for this hotel, but except for check-in, this property exceeded my expectations.  The check-in process was a little bumpy because there were no rooms ready when I checked in (check-in time was noon - on the early side, I know).  Not a big deal, but the employee working the desk confirmed my reservation and said it would be ready later in the day.

    We returned around 11:00 that night and I stopped by the office to check-in and I was pleased that the gentleman working that evening actually gave me a rate that was even more discounted than the rate I had reserved (I don't believe this had anything to do with the late check-in).  We were able to check in pretty quickly and headed to our room.  There are two buildings (upper and lower) and we were in the lower building.  When we opened the door, I was pleasantly suprised to see our room neat as a pin.  The air conditioner was on and towels and toiletries were adequately stocked.  The bathroom was small, but featured wood laminate and a PAINTING ON THE WALL!  Very nice for the price.  The beds were okay (I didn't have any problems getting to sleep, nor did I wake up with back pain).

    They do not serve any sort of breakfast here, but there is a Denny's adjacent to the property and a McDonald's approx. 1000 feet away on the other side of Denny's.  There is a Sheetz gas station/c-store across the street and several strip centers (one featuring a grocery store) within a half-mile of the property.

    I would stay here again the next time in town.  I believe it to be a good deal.

    21/07/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0