The Industrialist Resort opens within the Pittsburgh enterprise district

A new hotel opened this week in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, about half a mile from the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. The industrialist now welcomes guests and small groups to his 124 rooms and 1,200 square meters of event space.

A member of the Autograph Collection from Marriott International, the property brings to life an 18-story building from 1902 in the Pittsburgh business district. Often referred to as the Golden Triangle, the neighborhood is the land point between the Allegheny River and the Monongahela River where the two join together in Point State Park to form the Ohio River.

The largest event space of the industrialist is the 891 square meter Exchange Room with 48 seats and the Founders Room with 10 seats in a boardroom. Groups can also use the Rebel Room Bar and Restaurant for evening social events.

Amenities include a 1,000-square-foot fitness center and free Wi-Fi. The hotel is a half-hour drive from Pittsburgh International Airport.

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