Duration: Three days and two nights
Treat yourself to a luxurious and tranquil getaway in the breathtaking Laurel Highlands and Pittsburgh, where you’ll find gorgeous scenery and architectural marvels. After a day of indulging at award-winning spas, enjoy an evening of unique dining and cultural performances at one of the region’s iconic theaters.
Experience a five-star dining experience at Lautrec, at the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort. This restaurant has held the Forbes Five-Star and AAA-Diamond awards since 2009 and is one of 25 restaurants in the world to hold both honors simultaneously. Here, guests can experience European cuisine with the finest ingredients for a true luxury experience.Read More >
Aqueous offers a relaxed, yet personalized experience in a Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired restaurant. Known for its unique in-house dry aging and on-site cutting program, Aqueous offers an experience that differs from the traditional steakhouse.Read More >
Built in 1907, the Historic Summit Inn Resort provides fine dining with scenic views. The resort’s original dining room, Mae’s, features a large fieldstone fireplace and a nostalgic atmosphere, offering everything from signature crab cakes and steaks to traditional pastas.Read More >
Named one of “America’s 10 most beautiful hidden gems” by Fox News, The Historic Stone House offers excellent, modern and traditional cuisine with a scenic backdrop of the Laurel Highlands.Read More >
From the luxurious Falling Rock boutique hotel to the comfort of your RV, Nemacolin’s six lodging options cater to everyone’s personal choice. Or stay at the Chateau Lafayette for a true luxurious experience that was inspired by the famous Ritz Paris in France, and is a tribute to the great hotels and resorts of Europe to make guests feel like royalty.Read More >
Located in the beautiful Laurel Highlands region, guests are invited to escape the stresses of modern life and let the Inne at Watson’s Choice transport them to a relaxed time of days gone by. Begin the day with a delicious country breakfast in the rustic dining room and spend the day exploring the area’s rich history.Read More >
Owned by the famous chef with Pennsylvania connections, Lidia Bastianich, an Emmy® award-winning television host, this restaurant is sure to indulge your taste buds. Located in the Pittsburgh Strip District, the menu is modeled as a combination of Felidia and Becco and is Lidia’s first restaurant outside of Manhattan.Read More >
Casbah is one of Pittsburgh’s top dining destinations. Located in Shadyside, Casbah is known for the daily changing menu of Mediterranean cuisine and is dedicated to the best ingredients available to provide a fine dining experience.
Located in the heart of the downtown business district, the renowned Omni William Penn Hotel is a historic landmark elegantly renovated for the 21st century traveler that still retains its original 1916 charm. This hotel is just steps away from the Convention Center, sporting and cultural venues and a variety of shopping.Read More >
Stay a night in the last of the grand mansions on "Millionaires Row" while in Pittsburgh. The McCook and McCook Reed Mansions were built in the 1900s but are newly renovated to offer a luxury experience to its guests. Between the two mansions, you'll have the choice of 22 guestrooms and suites, as well as access to other common, dining, and fitness rooms.Read More >
Located on Mount Washington, Bella Vista Ristorante Italiano is known for having some of the best Italian food in Pittsburgh with a view of its scenic skyline. The restaurant is also known for providing some of the top wine labels that can satisfy even the most discriminating connoisseur.Read More >
Experience the ultimate dining experience with a panoramic view of Pittsburgh's famous skyline from atop Mount Washington. The restaurant's "Elevated Cuisine" was voted OpenTable 2014 Diners' Choice Top 100 Best Restaurants in America. Stop in for dinner at Altius to try their innovative, seasonal menu.Read More >
Experience the legendary work of Frank Lloyd Wright at the Duncan House, the only masterpiece of the legendary architect where visitors can stay overnight. Built in 1957 for Donald and Elizabeth Duncan, it was painstakingly disassembled in 2004 and moved from its original location in Lisle, IL to its present site. The Wright-designed Duncan House at Polymath Park Resort is nestled in the Laurel Highlands and is situated on more than 100 tranquil and scenic wooded acres.
Known for being one of the last homes completed by the legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright, Kentuck Knob was designed on a hexagonal module. This one-story Usonian house is situated just below the crest of the hills to provide a dramatic and serene experience in the Laurel Highlands.
Enjoy a show at the Pittsburgh Opera, the cultural leader in southwestern Pennsylvania. Known for being the eighth oldest company in the United States, the opera house performs shows including Aida, Magic Flute, Dark Sisters and Paul’s Case.
One of America's top-rated bed and breakfasts, Buhl Mansion Guesthouse & Spa offers the ultimate in luxury, pampering and unsurpassed hospitality. Located in Sharon, Pa., just an hour north of Pittsburgh, this 1890 Romanesque castle is steeped in history and romance. Guests can experience the life of America’s royalty in lavishly appointed guestrooms with fireplaces and Jacuzzis.
Tara — A Country Inn
Located an hour north of Pittsburgh in Clark, Pa., Tara — A Country Inn is inspired by one of the greatest movies of our time, “Gone with the Wind.” Tara is, in a real sense, an embodiment of the Old South, and although it’s located in the "North," the inn offers a lasting impression of southern hospitality and a chance to enjoy the luxuries of a bygone era. The inn also includes a virtual museum of Civil War and “Gone with the Wind” memorabilia and antiques.
Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens
The Victorian style "crystal palaces" at the Phipps Conservatory have educated people on the importance of plants since 1893. Its unique design was nominated as Designer of the Year at the 2015 International Landscape Design Awards. From bonsais to orchids, there is so much natural beauty to behold. Not to mention, the numerous acknowledgements the conservatory has received for its innovative green technology instituted in its Center for Sustainable Landscapes.