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 Hampton Inn Properties and Hotel Indigo

Hampton Inn Greensburg


Nestled in the heart of Pennsylvania's picturesque countryside, our hotel offers spacious and modern accommodations perfect for both business and leisure travelers. Wake up refreshed and enjoy a complimentary hot breakfast before exploring nearby attractions like the Westmoreland Museum of American Art, Historic Hanna's Town, or the opulent Palace Theatre. You'll have everything you need with multiple sit-down restaurants within a 5-minute walk, and a complimentary shuttle to nearby destinations including the Live! Casino and Westmoreland Mall.  Experience the Prequel to the American Revolution by visiting nearby Fort Ligonier or Bushy Run Battlefield. With our friendly staff and convenient location just off of Route 30, your stay at Hampton Inn Greensburg promises to be a memorable one.

Located in the Laurel Highlands, Westmoreland County

David Stephens
1000 Towne Square Drive Greensburg, PA 15601
Fax: 724-838-8321

Hampton Inn Johnstown


Experience Award-Winning comfort and convenience at the Hampton Inn Johnstown, ideally  suited for individual and group travelers wanting to experience the home of the Johnstown Flood National Memorial and Museum, the birthplace of the American Red Cross, and the site of the Flight 93 Memorial. Tucked deep in the Allegheny Mountains, the city is the regional hub for Cambria County where visitors can marvel at the Johnstown Incline Plane, enjoy the cultural and historic offerings of the Johnstown Heritage Discovery Center, and feel the weight of a story that captivated a nation when they visit the nearby Quecreek Mine Rescue site. 

Located East of the Laurel Highlands in Cambria County

David Stephens
129 Commerce Ct, Johnstown, PA 15904
Fax: 724-838-8321

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Hotel Indigo Pittsburgh University-Oakland


Built on the site of the former J&L Steel Mill, The Hotel Indigo Pittsburgh University-Oakland is nestled in between Southside and Oakland. A bold homage to our history, the Hotel Indigo was built with excruciating attention to detail. Designed to emphasize our industrious past, large-scale pieces of steel mill equipment stand out across public spaces, and our Eliza Hot Metal Bistro compliments the ensemble with industrial chic stylings and a menu inspired by the working class that made Pittsburgh. Each of our spacious rooms features plush bedding, spa-inspired showers, ergonomically designed desk chairs, free Wi-Fi, and views of the Monongahela River. Enjoy convenient access to the Eliza Furnace Trail, walk across the Hot Metal Bridge to the Southside Works, or take our shuttle to nearby destinations including Woods House, a destination Scottish Pub in the second oldest building in Pittsburgh.

Located  in the South Side section of downtown Pittsburgh, Allegheny County

Garry Mintz 

329 Technology Drive, Pittsburgh PA 15219


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