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Monroeville, PA Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 9
Total Sleeping Rooms 1,064
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 191
Committable Meeting Rooms* 32
Convention Center Space 1,500,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 42,385 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $125
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $71
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $270
*Maximum for a single hotel

Monroeville, PA Meeting Planning Overview

Located just 12 miles east of Pittsburgh, Monroeville offers first-class hotels, fine dining, superb shopping and easy access to Pittsburgh. For small to medium, budget-conscious meetings, venues in Monroeville offer the perfect blend of world-famous luster amidst a relaxing community of rolling hills, cultural attractions and first-class shopping.

Easily accessible via the Pennsylvania Turnpike and Interstate 376, Monroeville is also minutes away from the Pittsburgh International Airport, which serves more than 14 million people per year and offers several daily nonstop flights to domestic and international cities, from San Francisco to Paris. The airport features direct public transportation access to Monroeville along the Port Authority of Allegheny County's bus system, which runs throughout downtown Pittsburgh and its surrounding suburbs, including eight routes that run through Monroeville.

Monroeville boasts a strong economy that is focused on manufacturing and shipping. It serves as a major location for such companies as US Steel, Westinghouse, Koppers Company, Bituminous Coal and PPG Industries.

It is also home to a number of special event venues and attractions perfect for smaller group events and meetings. Unveiled in 2009, the beautiful Monroeville Convention Center features more than 100,000 square feet of meeting space for up to 5,400 guests. Located on a campus-like setting with a 191-room hotel, pedestrian-friendly landscaping and 1,800 free parking spaces, the center features such meeting spaces as the 44,000-square-foot North Hall and 35,000-square-foot South Hall. Meeting amenities include a state-of-the-art sound system, Wi-Fi connectivity and an on-site audio-visual company.

Monroeville is just minutes away from a quartet of Pittsburgh's most renowned museums: the Andy Warhol Museum, Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Science Center and Carnegie Museum of Natural History. These museums can also welcome groups of up to 400 in a number of unique private event spaces.

Popular dining venues in Monroeville restaurants include the Rivertowne Pour House, specializing in crafted beers and American fare; The Wooden Nickel, a cozy American and Italian eatery featuring white linens, exposed beams and glowing chandeliers; DeNunzio's, which specializes in authentic Italian fare; and the sleek, sophisticated Monterey Bay Fish Grotto, which serves the finest, freshest seafood, including delicate, hard-to-find seasonal fish. For a different kind of view – and delicious Italian-American cuisine – Monroeville visitors and residents frequent Nardi's Fine Dining, situated atop the suburb's Jonnet Building.

Monroeville, PA Area Destinations

Pittsburgh, PA Pittsburgh, PA Downtown Pittsburgh, PA Downtown Pittsburgh, PA

About Monroeville, PA / Additional Info

Monroeville's rise to its current flourishing suburb status is built upon its early days. It was first founded as Patton Township in 1769; then, after serving as a major stagecoach stop, Monroeville graduated from small village status when it experienced a boom in cool mining, an early indicator of its current industrial strength. It was incorporated as a borough in 1951.

Many of Monroeville's nearby attractions celebrate the region's history. West Mifflin's Kennywood Park, a national and state historic landmark founded in 1898, is a traditional amusement park that is still in operation. The park is home to several classic rides, including a merry-go-round and paddle boats, as well as roller coasters and thrill rides (including the 251-foot-tall Pitt Fall). Monroeville visitors frequent Frank Lloyd Wright's masterpiece, Fallingwater, in celebration of the region's rich architectural history. Built over a 30-foot waterfall, the 1939-built house incorporates its surrounding natural landscape through such features as terraces, open-air walkways and exterior rooms.

Speaking of the natural landscape, the Monroeville region is also home to the National Aviary. Located in Pittsburgh, the aviary is home to more than 600 birds – ranging from hummingbirds to Andean Condors – representing 475 species. Visitors can observe natural and free flight exhibits representing such regions as the tropical rainforest, wetlands and grasslands. Also just minutes from Monroeville, the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium are home to more than 4,000 animals, as well as 22 threatened or endangered species. Visitors can view such animals as the snow leopard, Siberian tiger and dwarf crocodile in such exhibits as the African Savanna, Asian Forest, Tropical Forest and Water's Edge.

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