Source: Wall Street Journal
June 01, 2013
In this article on the hep and happening in Pittsburgh, the author interviewed four prominent Pittsburghers regarding their favorite places in the city. The Priory Hotel was singled out by Andy Warhol Museum Executive Director Eric Shiner as his favorite place for a "sound sleep." Said Mr. Shiner: "It's a unique property, a renovated monastery, with events held in a former church."
The young, surging Pirates are the talk of baseball. With their young power pitchers and gritty, hustling play, the Pirates are now a threat in the National League. And since the team's home field, PNC Park, is rated as the best in the nation, a trip to see the Pirates rates as a memorable experience. Only a 10 minute walk from PNC Park, The Priory is proud to offer its Pirateball package, which includes a one night stay for two in one of the Priory's standard rooms, two Left or Right Field Box Seat tickets (Sections 105, 107, 108, 125, 127, 128) to the Pirate game of your choice, two Pirates hats, an in-room ballpark fun basket, including popcorn, peanuts, cracker jack and other treats. *Pirates tickets are subject to availability; the portion of the Pirateball package attributable to the Pirates tickets is not refundable once the package is purchased.$239/Queen ++ & $269 / King ++
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