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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.
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Went to Pittsburgh with friends for a weekend of football and fun. We stayed at the Parador Inn located a few blocks from the stadium, casino, great bars and restaurants. This was our second time staying at the Parador and we loved it just as...More
We enjoyed our stay at the Parador. It’s a beautiful old mansion. The rooms are spacious, and the gas fireplaces make the rooms warm and inviting in the chillier months. The location is excellent. We loved walking to restaurants, and the T.
Breakfast was disappointing....More
Response from theparadorinn, Owner at The Parador Inn of PittsburghResponded 2 weeks ago
I apologize my breakfast did not please you. I try and serve it hot, that's why at check-in I ask for the breakfast time preferred. I don't know who you are so I can't look back to see what I served to possibly improve it....More
Just returned from a weekend at "The Parador Inn" and we enjoyed it. Our host Ed was fantastic, kind, helpful and a great breakfast cook. A GREAT location with included parking and wonderful restaurants close-by. We were in town for football and Heinz Field is...More
Ed's B&B is stunningly gorgeous. The Parador's location is perfect, within walking distance of Heinz Field, PNC Park, The National Aviary and plenty of good restaurants and pubs. Our guest room was spotless and the attention to detail was very apparent. Ed is also an...More
Ed is a terrific host and his inn is clean, well run, warm and friendly. Our breakfasts were delicious. The room was large and the bed was comfortable. The common rooms are gorgeous! The hospitality crew (Ed's two black labs) were friendly and really well...More
Response from andrewhU8629EA | Reviewed this property |
I have no connection with the B&B other than staying there for a weekend in February. It was a wonderful place. I believe we payed around $180 a night. It may be more expensive in October because it is football season.
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