Area Attractions

Hyatt Place Pittsburgh/Cranberry is situated off of the PA Turnpike and Route 19, close to business areas and local attractions. Just 20 miles north of downtown Pittsburgh.

Hyatt Place Pittsburgh/Cranberry

136 Emeryville Drive
Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania, United States, 16066

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Ross Park Mall

Featuring more than 160 stores, this indoor shopping mall is known for designer stores like Lucky Brand, True Religion and Tory Burch. There's also an outdoor lifestyle component, with additional retailers and restaurants. Looking for a hotel near Ross Park Mall? Our chic, contemporary hotel is just 12 miles away, right up Highway 19.

Pittsburgh Hotel Near Rivers Casino

Just 18 miles from Hyatt Place Pittsburgh/Cranberry, Rivers Casino Pittsburgh is located in Pittsburgh’s Chateau neighborhood along the Ohio River and adjacent to the Carnegie Science Center. The Rivers Casino features a wide variety of traditional casino games including table games, slots, and poker. In addition to gaming, Rivers Casino also offers several dining choices, plus live entertainment.

Carnegie Science Center

Next door to Heinz Field, Carnegie Science Center is one of four Carnegie Museums in Pittsburgh. Located less than 20 miles from Hyatt Place Pittsburgh/Cranberry, Carnegie Science Center is dedicated to educating, entertaining, and inspiring through programs in science, sports, and technology.

Cranberry Highlands Golf Course

Located just five miles from Hyatt Place Pittsburgh/Cranberry, Cranberry Highlands Golf Course is a daily-fee golf course situated on 186 stunning acres. Offering full service amenities including a pro shop, golf lessons, practice facility, putting grass, practice sand bunkers, and a nature trail. The area’s premier public golf course, Cranberry Highlands is a fun challenge for players of any skill level. A demanding course, it features 14 varieties of grass, 70 separate tee areas, and 90 deeply sculpted sand bunkers and water hazards.

UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex

The UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex is the primary practice and training facility for the Pittsburgh Penguins, as well as a comprehensive outpatient facility for UPMC Sports Medicine. The facility is dedicated to treating, training, and inspiring athletes at every level.

PNC Park

PNC Park, is an intimate, classic-style ballpark that embraces the progressiveness of Pittsburgh while saluting the spirit of early ballpark originals. Its prime location along the shore of the Allegheny River takes advantage of scenic vistas of the downtown skyline and riverfront, creating an exciting and dramatic urban sports venue.

Heinz Field

Heinz Field is a stadium located in the North Shore neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It primarily serves as the home to the Pittsburgh Steelers of the NFL and the Pittsburgh Panthers of the NCAA.

Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium

The Pittsburgh Zoo is one of only six major zoo and aquarium combinations in the United States. Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's Highland Park, the zoo sits on 77 acres of park land where it exhibits more than 4,000 animals representing 475 species, including 20 threatened or endangered species.

Dick’s Sporting Goods Sportsplex at Graham Park

Featuring 13 lighted Fields (Soccer, Football, Baseball, Lacrosse), 3 Fitness Stations, Dek Hockey rink, bike repair station, Little Free Library, paved bicycle/walking trail, picnic tables, Miracle League Field Scout Centennial Plaza, and Fishing Pond.

Kelly Automotive Park Home of the Butler Blue Sox

Kelly Automotive Park is a baseball stadium located in Butler, Pennsylvania. Constructed in 1934, and rebuilt in 2008, the ballpark hosted minor league teams that were affiliated with the New York Yankees, Cleveland Indians, Detroit Tigers, and the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Downtown Pittsburgh

Downtown Pittsburgh, colloquially referred to as the Golden Triangle, and officially the Central Business District, is the urban downtown center of Pittsburgh. It is located at the confluence of the Allegheny River and the Monongahela River whose joining forms the Ohio River.