This 1970's Rhodes Mansion has been totally renovated to meet modern travelers expectations. This Victorian era mansion and museum quality antiques has been blended with a Caribbean flair. Free off-street parking, full hot American breakfast, walking distance Downtown are a few of the reasons to select The Parador for your next visit to Pittsburgh.
Full size Victorian bed and matching dresser, working fire place, 42" flat screen, claw foot tub & shower. This east/west facing room has Courtyard views east and a west facing heated window seat under stained glass windows.
This king bed is flanked by the engraved end tables that match the nine foot armoire in the dining room. Working fire place, flat screen TV and inlayed dressing table.
King Bed across from your working log fireplace and flat screen TV. North facing bay window keeps the room bright without the glare of full sun.
This curved, burle wood queen bed has the matching dresser in the bed room and armoire in the living room. Hidden in the closet, behind false drawers is the original safe from the Rhodes family. The working fire place is next to the curved built in heated bench. Courtyard views from both the bedroom and living room.
This full sized Victorian bed has a matching dresser next to it. The heated window seat with stained glass windows is flanked by leaded glass book cases. This working fire place is below an original hand painted rose boarder from the 1870's. This east/west facing room has Courtyard views.
This HUGE suite on the third floor is over 860 square foot. The king bed is in the old storage room for the mansion. The one complete wall is large storage drawers that have been refinished to make the head board for the king bed. The book cases in the living room are under original stained and leaded glass windows.
This "town house" has the fire place in the second floor living room and full sized bed on the third floor. This east/west facing suite has Courtyard views.
The queen bed in the bed room is under the proto type of the metal sculpture gracing the Courtyard wall. The space was designed for the business traveler with an over sized kitchen table across from the kitchenette. This suite has a private entrance over the Ballroom.
This king guest room in the Carriage House is an old servants quarters that has been totally renovated with an oversized private bath with a tub and shower, working fire place and all the amenities of the other guests rooms. A very Key West feel in this guest room.
4.6 on April 17, 2014
This was out second stay here, we live it,
3.0 on April 15, 2014
We really enjoyed the gas fireplaces that you can turn on and off with just a press of the button. The size of the bedrooms are so big that you don't need to spend time in the common rooms. However, the first floor dining room, library and living room/parlor are tempting too. If it were a bit later in Spring, the sun room and garden would have been good places to relax, as well. We were glad that the decor wasn't frilly. The location was nice: close enough to walk downtown, but far enough away to be quiet and comfortable. We aren't dog lovers, and the two dogs were very well behaved. I gave the dining an "okay" rating, because the orange toast wasn't very interesting and the crust was a bit tough. The parfaits were a nice option, but again "so-so" just banana and yogurt with a bit of granola. The lemon bread was lovely: warm and moist. The coffee was decent.
5 on April 09, 2014
Had a wonderful weekend at the Parador Inn. Exceptionally friendly owner and staff. Beautiful and fascinating house and furnishings. Our room was huge! And although the bed looked old-fashioned, it was a very comfortable mattress. The breakfasts were delicious, and we enjoyed having a glass of port in the common rooms in the afternoon. We walked to the riverfront, walked to the Warhol museum, and had the weather been warmer my husband would have walked to a ball game. We plan to stay here again.
4.0 on April 08, 2014
My husband, 13-year-old son, dog and I just got back from our first trip to Pittsburgh, during which we had the good fortune to stay at the Parador Inn. Located in a fun and funky neighborhood within walking distance of downtown. Off-street parking. Impeccable service. Clean and cozy accommodations in the pet-friendly carriage house, which sits just behind a beautifully restored mansion. We enjoyed our daily full breakfast in the mansion. Enclosed courtyard where our dog could play while we relaxed. Would highly recommend to anyone looking for an alternative to all of the chain hotels.
4.4 on April 08, 2014
Our reservation was handled very professionally. The house was in great shape and full of interesting furniture and decorative objects. Our room (Bird of Paradise) was roomy, clean and comfortable. We particularly liked having a working fireplace in our room. Ed, our host, made sure we were well taken care of. He pointed us to where we could find extra glassware, a corkscrew, and cold bottled water. Our breakfast was tasty and ample, and we were even able to add a couple of in-town guests to our table. Ed provides a guest pass to the nearby YMCA, which would have been really convenient if we had had more free time on this trip.
Pittsburgh, PA (PIT) 20 miles
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Zoo, Shopping
Air conditioning, Conference Rooms, Piano, Wedding Facilities , Free off-street parking, Large Courtyard, Tons of public space, Razor, JR VP Hospitality 7 yr old Lab, Original artwork and murals, Ice machine
Alarm clock, Bath robes, Board games, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Library, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Cooking, gardening, painting, entertaining