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March 2017

Meetings at Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square

If you need a venue flexible enough to cater to the size of your meeting without skimping on style, convenience, or service, you should plan a gathering at Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square. We’re located along the scenic riverfront with skyline views of the city, which brings a cool, unique atmosphere to any kind of meeting or event.

Our Meeting Space in Downtown Pittsburgh

26 different meeting areas with 30,000 total square feet of space add up to a gathering that can literally take any shape.

Meetings at Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station SquareFor big events, our largest meeting space can fit the bill with 9,750 square feet. If the weather is fine and you’d prefer an outdoor gathering, there’s also 1,500 square feet of area to work with. We can accommodate as many as 300-350 people, but we’re also just as comfortable planning a small meeting for 10 or 20.

We have an extensive catering menu that includes breakfast, lunch, dinner, breaks, and reception options, not to mention specialty menus for the seasons, holidays, and themed events. You can build your menu exactly the way you want it, too.


SPG Pro is a special rewards program that lets you earn points for planning meetings, events, and gatherings at our hotel. You can redeem these earned points for rewards like free nights during your next stay, travel miles, VIP access to entertainment and sporting events, gift cards, and more.

Our meeting space in Downtown Pittsburgh is perfect for your next office gathering, conference, or brainstorming session. Plan with us at Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square.

Flowers Bloom and Bees Buzz at Phipps Conservatory & Botanical Gardens

For an escape into a lush, calming garden bursting with beauty and color, you should take a detour to Phipps Conservatory & Botanical Gardens while you’re in Pittsburgh. It’s the perfect unique experience that lets you breathe in a bit of nature while you’re waiting for Spring to spring.

Botanical Gardens in Pittsburgh: Things to Do and See

From stunning blooms and plants in the permanent collections to educational events for the entire family, the Gardens offers something for anyone who appreciates the outdoors.

The Botanical Gardens are open seven days a week. Children two and under get free admission. The price of admission includes entry to special events and exhibits, including flower shows in Pittsburgh. 

Make sure to plan your visit for these upcoming shows and events:

Phipps Conservatory & Botanical GardensEnchanted Forest Spring Flower Show – Join the bustle of the forest as the animals awaken from hibernation and flowers start blooming. See giant mushrooms, turtles, frogs, butterflies, snails, tulips, snapdragons, an idyllic pond, and much more in the Conservatory.

Environmental Film Series – Recurring monthly, this event gives you a front-row seat to view dynamic environmental documentaries and films.

SEED Classroom and Observational Beehive – Every Saturday at 11 a.m., tour the SEED Classroom, which generates its own energy and recycles its own water. Inside, get up-close-and-personal with a real, working beehive.

Celebrate the first signs of spring by visiting the Botanical Gardens in Pittsburgh, an oasis in the middle of the city. Make your visit to the area even better when you book your stay with us at Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square.

Banff Mountain Film Festival: Go Exploring Without Leaving Your Seat

Adventures in filmmaking are represented in full force at the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour. This event celebrates explorers, outdoor athletes, and adventurers who get behind the camera to give viewers a unique experience that only they can showcase.

Take a Walk on the Wild Side at Film Festivals in Pittsburgh

This festival, sponsored by Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, has a one-of-a-kind place among film festivals in Pittsburgh. These films take you straight into the action and give you an inside look at what it’s like to climb, paddle, ski, discover, and travel with some of the world’s best explorers.

Banff Mountain Film FestivalThe festival runs from Saturday, April 8 through Sunday, April 9 at Byham Theater. The show starts at 7:00 p.m. on April 8 and 5:00 p.m. on April 9.  You can purchase tickets, including general admission, V.I.P., and Après Banff tickets (which include admission to the festival after-party) for each day on the event website.

With the films showcased at this event, you’ll be thrown straight into the thick of exciting adventures. Stand on mountain peaks, explore exotic locations and little-traversed areas of the world, and get a front seat to adrenaline-pumping outdoor sports.

Just some of the heart-stopping short films you’ll see include The Accord, Ace and the Desert Dog, Doing It Scared, Elk River, The Great Siberian Traverse, Iran: A Skier’s Journey, and Packing It Out: Cleaning America’s Wild Trails.

Attend film festivals in Pittsburgh and get your fill of fresh viewpoints and cultural experiences in the great wide world. While you’re in town enjoying exciting filmmaking, stay with us at Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square.

Baseball at PNC Park

Nestled along the shore of Allegheny River in downtown Pittsburgh, the ball field is a throwback to the classic days of America’s pastime. Baseball at PNC Park is an exciting outing in an ideal setting that affords fans prime views of the city skyline.

Baseball in Pittsburgh: Catch a Game and Root for the Home Team

Enjoy a baseball game from the stands with a hotdog, nachos, cotton candy, or other stadium favorites, or have a more luxurious experience. The ball park features club seating with lounges, suites with private concourses, and more for a private gathering and extra amenities.

Baseball at PNC ParkAll ticket holders can additionally grab a meal at Rivertowne Brewing Hall of Fame Club before, during, or after a game. It’s the perfect place to grab a beer and appetizer before the first pitch or have a celebratory meal after a game-winner.

Transport to and from ball games can be easy, too. The Gateway Clipper fleet of riverboats offers shuttle service to and from the North Shore near PNC Park. Instead of dealing with traffic and parking, simply hop aboard a riverboat and settle in for a quick and scenic ride.

Hotel Deals for Family Baseball Outings

If you’re looking for a great deal on accommodations while you’re in Pittsburgh to see some baseball, consider the Sheraton Family Package. This offer includes up to 25% off in savings and free dining for kids 12 and under at one the hotel’s restaurants.

Book your stay with us at Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square for your next baseball outing (or any outing!) in the city.

Pay a Visit to Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium This Spring

You can experience the wild right in the middle of Pittsburgh, at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium. See some of the world’s most interesting, unique, and beautiful creatures from land and sea.

Head to Pittsburgh Zoo for a Wild Adventure in the City

There’s so much to do at the zoo. Plan your trip for a fun day of adventure.  Through March 31, the zoo is open from 9am to 4pm daily, with the gates closing at 3pm.  Starting April 1 through Memorial Day, the zoo is open until 5pm.

Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG AquariumFrom exhibits like the African Savannah to the Islands, the zoo features a wide array of animals to see from various landscapes all over the world. In the Asian Forest, see endangered red pandas, an Amur tiger, and the Komodo dragon. In the Islands, you’ll find Philippine crocodiles and clouded leopards.

PPG Aquarium, meanwhile, features sea and marine life from the waters of the world. See species from rivers, oceans, lakes, and shores. You’ll find stingrays, lobsters, turtles, penguins, coral, sharks, and more.

Penguins on Parade is a fun winter activity with some of the zoo’s cold weather-lovers. See the penguins march (or waddle) down the pathway at the zoo every Saturday and Sunday at 11:30am (weather permitting).

Welcome warmer weather with the ZooHop to Spring on March 18. Bring the kids and enjoy crafts, activities, Zoo Stories, and a visit from the Easter Bunny.

Enjoy the Pittsburgh Zoo this spring when you book your stay with us at Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square.