Priory August Party - Ken Forrester Wines - South Africa
16
Aug

Join wine host Adam Knoerzer (certified sommelier) of Dreadnought Wines & Spirits for a an evening of great wine and food featuring wines from the Ken Forrester ...

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Pro Am Boxing at the Grand Hall
18
Aug

The Grand Hall at the Priory is proud to again host professional boxing sponsored by Conn-Greb Gym and Integrity Boxing Productions.  Cards are TBA.  ...

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Priory Hotel Outscores the Fairmont Pittsburgh
Friday, April 20, 2018

According to Tripexpert.com:  "The Priory Hotel and Fairmont Pittsburgh are both highly rated by professionals.  Overall, the Priory Hotel scores significantly better than Fairmont Pittsburgh."  

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Priory Fine Pastries Named No. 4 for Coffee on Pittsburgh's North Side
Thursday, October 05, 2017

Not bad for a bakery that happens to serve coffee -- Priory Fine Pastries, Priory Hospitality Groups pastry arm -- was named by the North Side Chronicle as the fourth best coffee shop on the North Side.  ...

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City of Champions Tour
$259 per night

Known as the "Cradle of Quarterbacks," Pittsburgh is a town with a proud tradition in many sports. Home to NFL greats such as Joe Montana, Dan Marino, and Joe Namath, as well as non-footballers such as Ken Griffey, Sr., Stan Musial, and Pistol Pete Maravich, there's a lot of sports history to be experienced in the Steel City. The Priory Hotel is pleased to partner with Pittsburgh Tours and More to take you on a unique path which stretches from what's left of the former Forbes Field to the site of the old Exhibition Park (near where PNC Park stands now) to the field that Baltimore Colts great Johnny Unitas played on as a boy.

The package features an overnight stay in one of our fabulous Priory Hotel King Rooms, two tickets to the Heinz History Center (featuring an amazing collection of Pittsburgh sports artifacts and exhibits), two Terrible Towels®, two Pirates hats, and two tickets to the "Official History of Pittsburgh Sports" bus tour, which includes stops at a wide variety of sports related sites, including the "Mazeroski Wall" and the site of the former Duquesne Gardens in Oakland, where the Pittsburgh Penguins' precursor the Pittsburgh Hornets played.

Tours leave from the top of the Duquesne Incline. The Priory Shuttle will provide you with transportation to and from the base of the incline, and your tour includes round trip admission to the incline. The Priory Shuttle is also happy to transport you to and from the Heinz History Center, located in the Strip District.

Tours launch September 20, and October 11. Start times are 9:00 a.m. or 10:00 a.m. depending upon the date. Groups may book dedicated tours, if they like.  For more information visit www.pghtoursandmore.com.  

The Official History of Pittsburgh Sports Package is only $259 plus tax, per double occupancy.

Please note that tours fill up quickly, and may not be available on a requested date. Please also note that the tour ticket portion of any stay is non-refundable upon cancellation of a package reservation.

Please note that special package rates are subject to certain blackout dates.  

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