The Inn keeper, Ed, is charming and really makes you feel like you are visiting his home which you are but you get the sense that you are really welcome there. Loved the furniture, the Jamaican decor and music. Quite a lot of detail and work went into restoring this lovely home! Our room was very comfortable, a bit noisy in the morning but coming from New York City, we are used to it. The breakfasts, especially the homemade bread every morning, were delicious! I'm missing the breads and the parfaits. Ed gave us some really great tips on where to go to eat and also what to see. I also loved Derronda's notes every day and of course her art of bread baking! Great place and if we get back to Pittsburgh would stay there again! Oh, can't forget to mention, Razor and RJ added to the homey atmosphere!!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Visit the Caribbean in Pittsburgh, come to The Parador. Formerly the Rhodes Mansion built in 1870. Free off street parking, walking distance to Downtown, full hot American breakfast, large Courtyard and abundant public space are but a few of the amenities all guests enjoy. Plan your event in the 2,700 square foot ballroom, built by the Knights of Columbus in the 1930s. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Parador Inn Of Pittsburgh Hotel Pittsburgh