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Beautifully restored Victorian Inn convenient to restaurants and everything the city has to offer. The Caribbean theme adds whimsy and fun to a wonderfully restored, spacious and incredibly clean bed and breakfast.
We were a group of 5 women who met at the Parador, as Pittsburgh was a central location between our home towns. We are sisters, nieces/ cousins, & some had not seen each other in awhile. This was a wonderful, comfortable, relaxing place to stay,...More
We were due to arrive early evening - then had travel issues due to bad weather causing us to arrive hours later. We contacted Ed and he was great about it. When we did arrive, he showed us around and was very welcoming. We met...More
What an interesting place, and in only the best of ways! Our room was huge, with a king-sized bed. The place is decorated in a combination of Victorian and Caribbean! It has a very relaxed vibe, with yummy breakfasts. The portions were satisfying too. Many...More
Response from theparadorinn, Manager at The Parador Inn of Pittsburgh
It was our pleasure having you here at The Parador. We are happy that you enjoyed the atmosphere and were able to make yourself at home during your stay. Please visit us again as we enjoyed your company (especially RJ and Razor).
Beautiful Victorian home, fancifully painted, yet full of shinily varnished oak trim (what a shame) and full of gloomy and uncomfortable antique chairs and settees.
We had the misfortune to have elected to celebrate a family reunion here.
Although our family spent thousands of dollars...More
Response from theparadorinn, Owner at The Parador Inn of Pittsburgh
There are several issues with this review, so I’ll address them in order. I don’t understand her complaining about the woodwork being polished. I agree, some of the museum quality antique seating options are not the most comfortable, but they are so stunning I’m not...More