We stayed at the Inn for three days this past summer (2004). The Inn itself is nicely restored and the innkeepers made us feel very much at home. Our room was large, the beds were quite comfortable and the continental breakfast was very good. There is a beautiful park across the street, although the neighborhood is still somewhat run-down in places. While there is no parking on the Inn's property, we had no trouble finding a parking space on the street out front. The location is great, especially if you are going to Northside destinations like the Warhol Museum and the Mattress Factory. It is also very close to the stadiums. The place was remarkably quiet for being in the middle of the city and the front porch is a great place to sit and have coffee in the morning. Although we are not exactly world travelers, we truly enjoyed our stay at the Inn and would gladly stay there again.
- Also Known As:
- Inn On The Mexican War Streets (r. h. Boggs House) Hotel Pittsburgh