Best Western Indiana Inn
111 Plaza Road, Indiana, PA 15701-3264
Phone: +1 724-349-4600 | Fax: 724/349-4605 | 67 Rooms
Check Out Time: 11:00 AM | Check In: 3:00 PM | Online Reservations
Looking for hotels near the Kovalchik Convention and Athletic Center? Stay at this Indiana hotel and enjoy easy access and commutes to the most in-demand destinations around.
Hotels in Indiana, PA are close to the Indiana University of PA, and are second homes for many students, faculty and staff. When traveling in town for a special event like graduation, stay in style with affordable rates and blocked rooms ideal for larger groups. Guests who need to stay for a semester or longer can take advantage of extended stay rates and all the comforts of home when choosing the right Indiana, PA hotels.
With the Jimmy Stewart Museum nearby and endless options for shopping and dining, guests will feel right at home. Stay close to Pittsburgh and close to Route 422 at this Indiana hotel, but far enough away from the bustle of the city to avoid noise and parking struggles. Instead, enjoy the best of both worlds: Competitive rates, plenty of free parking and still just a few minutes from metro attractions.
The friendly staff is what really makes this property stand out, and they’re happy to provide recommendations and a local’s perspective. The Ghost Town Trail is a favorite for hiking and biking, as is the Hoodlebug Trail. Check out Yellow Creek Park for plenty of recreational options. Even business travelers with Halliburton and Nabors make time to squeeze in a little R&R. Nothing complements a PA DOT training class better than some great hikes or mom and pop diner hopping.
When you’re within walking distance to shopping, dining and nightlife, it’s easier to explore like a local. Come discover everything Indiana, PA has to offer at this comfortable and spacious property. Our top priority is your satisfaction. Find out what makes our Indiana hotel unique first hand.
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Hotel Amenities & Services
- Exercise facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- 100% smoke-free hotel
- Complimentary breakfast
- Complimentary full breakfast Hard Boiled Eggs, English Muffins, Danish, Yogurt, Hot and Cold Cereal, Juice, Coffee and tea
- Exercise facility, 24 hour, free
- Weight lifting equipment
- Stationary bike
- Elevator, wheelchair accessible
- Interior corridors
- 24-hour front desk
- Express check out
- Cable or satellite television
- Free wireless Internet access available in public areas
- Business center, 24 hours, free
- Fax services
- Fax machine
- Computer available
- Photocopy, nominal fee
- Photocopy machine
- Parking for the physically challenged, 24 hours, free
- Ice/vending machines
- Free parking, 24 hours
- Outdoor parking, 24 hours, free
- Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
Best Western Indiana Inn
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Conveniently located, the best western indiana inn in Indiana, Pennsylvania is shown on the map. Detailed driving directions from popular points or nearby cities are listed below. For those with GPS, here you go:
Longitude: 40.600455 / Latitude: -79.195825
Driving Directions to Hotel
From: Interstate 80. Take Route 220 North to Route 22 West to Route 422 West. Take Oakland Avenue Exit (Route 286 East). At first traffic light make a left in to the Best Western Indiana Inn.
From: Pittsburgh. Take Route 376 East to Route 22 East to Route 119 North. Take exit to Route 422 West towards Kittaning. Take Oakland Avenue Exit (Route 286 East). At first traffic light make a left in to the Best Western Indiana Inn.
Best Western Indiana Inn
We care about the quality of your stay with us. Below are nearby attractions, shopping and restaurants that are popular with our guests. Listed locations are nearby with approximate distance listed where available.
Most Popular Area Attractions
Pittsburgh area residents and visitors looking for winter-time fun have a wonderful resource not far from downtown. They visit the Boyce Park Ski Area, located east of downtown Pittsburgh.
Grab your snowboard or skis for a fun day on the slopes. The park features nine runs including, a terrain park for snowboarders, two double lifts, two surface lifts, two magic carpets for the beginner area and night skiing.
Those that are new to the sport, can sign up for a lesson from the Snow Sports School to learn from the pros. Adult and children's ski equipment and gear is also available for rental, if needed. Have fun in the snow with family and friends, at this small Pittsburgh ski area.
Ready for action in downtown Pittsburgh? The Consol Energy Center is the place to be, to watch the National Hockey League's Pittsburgh Penguins play their games, as well as, the Arena Football League's Pittsburgh Power.
This multi-purpose Pittsburgh arena replaced Mellon Arena upon its completion in 2010. Throughout the years, the arena has hosted a variety of sporting events, music concerts and special events.
The Consol Energy Center is the first of its kind in the AFL and NHL, as a gold-certified Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design building. The center features 1,950 club seats at center ice, 236 loge box seats, and private executive suites.
Fort Pitt Museum
History buffs in the Pittsburgh area have a wonderful option available in the heart of downtown. The Fort Pitt Museum is located at the confluence of the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers at the beginning of the Ohio River, in Point State Park.
This Pittsburgh museum is a recreation of the original Fort Pitt, built by the British during the French and Indian War in 1758.
The Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission established the 12,000 square foot museum in 1969, to showcase the important historical events that occurred during the French & Indian War and American Revolution. In 2009, the Senator John Heinz History Center began managing the museum.
While at the park, be sure to view the 1764 Blockhouse, the only remaining original building on site and the oldest building in Pittsburgh. The Blockhouse was preserved by the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Those ready to get away from the hustle and bustle of Steel City, have a wonderful opportunity just northwest of Pittsburgh. Hartwood Acres Park features 629 acres of land, ready for exploration in Pittsburgh.
Enjoy the short 10-mile drive out of the city, to reach this beautiful park, the crown jewel of the county. Once there, visitors have the option to walk, bicycle, horseback ride, or cross country ski along the 30 miles of trails.
During the summer months, enjoy one of the theater performances, music concerts or festivals held at the park's amphitheater. The park is also the home of the 1929 Tudor-style Hartwood Mansion, gardens, gate lodge, and stables. The Festival of Lights during the holidays is a sight to see.
Johnstown Flood National Memorial
On May 31, 1889, one of the most devastating floods to ever hit Pennsylvania ravaged large parts of the Croyle Township and the Adams Township.
As you explore western Pennsylvania, be sure to visit the Johnston Flood National Memorial, where you can celebrate and honor the nearly 2,200 people who lost their lives in the flood. The memorial site is just over 164 acres in size, and was established as an official memorial site in 1964.
The Johnstown Flood occurred when the South Fork Dam broke and gave way to approximately 20 thousand gallons of water, effectively destroying much of the landscape of the area.
Lace up comfortable shoes for walking along the park's hiking trails and be sure to check out the historical Panther Hollow Bridge, built in 1897. Bring your camera to capture a picture of the four bronze panthers adorning the bridge. While at the park, schedule enough time to tour the adjacent University of Pittsburgh campus, to round our your visit.
This historical man-made lake, created in the 1880s, has been surrounded by a recreational area since it was established. The lake was named for the mountain lions that used to be native in the area.
Pittsburgh International Airport
Travel in the City of Bridges is a breeze thanks to the Pittsburgh International Airport.
Located on the west side of the city, the Pittsburgh airport has expanded throughout the years to become the state's second busiest airport.
This impressive Pittsburgh airport encompasses over 12,000 acres of land, making it the fourth-largest airport in America by acreage. Commercial flights are available from the airport's 75 gates.
PIT was stablished as a military airport in 1942, and used as a stop-over facility and training base.
The airport remains the home base for the Pittsburgh Air Reserve Station, servicing the Air Force Reserve Command and the Air National Guard.
Pittsburgh Zoo & Aquarium
Throughout the years, Pittsburgh has grown to become the second largest city in the state. One of the top city attractions remains the Pittsburgh Zoo & Aquarium.
The Pittsburgh zoo, established in 1898, is located on seventy-seven acres of land in Highland Park, along the Alleghany River. This accredited member of the Association of Zoos & Aquariums, remains one of six major zoo and aquariums in America.
Visit this wonderful zoo to see over 4,000 animals from 475 species, in seven sections throughout the park. Kids love the interactive children's area in Kid's Kingdom, where they can pet zoo animals and play on the playground.
The PPG Aquarium contains a variety of exhibits, including a penguin habitat and a stingray tunnel. The Asian Forest, Tropical Forest, African Savanna, Bears, and Water's Edge exhibits round out the remaining exhibits at the zoo.
Baseball fans in Steel City ready to cheer on the hometown Major League Baseball's Pittsburgh Pirates, know just where to spend the afternoon. They head to PNC Park, located in downtown Pittsburgh, in the North Shore neighborhood along the Allegheny River.
This wonderful baseball park has been the home field for the Pirates since 2001. Construction for PNC Park was funded in conjunction with Heinz Field, the home for the Pittsburgh Steelers and University of Pittsburgh Panthers.
This impressive ballpark features 38,362 seats, limestone in the facade of the ballpark, steel trusswork, a Tuckahoe Bluegrass field and a riverside concourse with a variety of restaurants.
Enjoy a delicious meal, while watching a game, on the outdoor patio of The Hall of Fame Club underneath the scoreboard. Throughout the years, the ballpark has hosted college baseball games, the Major League Baseball All-Star Game, and concerts.
Downtown Pittsburgh is home to what is known as the "crown jewel" of Pittsburgh. PPG Place is comprised of six buildings built with the same glass architecture, encompassing three city blocks.
The glass beautifully reflects the downtown buildings, skies and rivers of downtown An icon of the Pittsburgh skyline, the 40-story building reaches a height of 635 feet.
The buildings were constructed by PPG Industries, formally known as Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company, as the location for their headquarters. After three years of construction, PPG Place was completed in 1984.
John Burgee Architects designed the beautiful glass and steel buildings, which feature 231 glass spires. The buildings contain almost one million square feet of PPG Solarban 550 clear reflective glass. In total, there are 19,750 pieces of glass.
The complex contains shops, restaurants, office space, and Wintergarden – featuring an all-glass garden environment. Visit this beautiful complex to admire the outside plaza's fountain and the 140 water jets. During the winter, bring your ice skates for the 9,600-square-foot ice rink, while admiring the 60-foot Christmas Tree in the center.
Cathedral of Learning
Established in 1787, the University of Pittsburgh, established as the Pittsburgh Academy, is one of America's oldest continuously chartered institutions of higher education.
This state-related, active research university, is one of four universities in the Commonwealth System of Higher Education – and remains among the top research universities in the country.
Be sure to tour the 132-acre campus to see the impressive Cathedral of Learning, built in 1931. This historical Late Gothic Revival style building reaches a height of 535 feet, and is the world's second-tallest building on a university. Make time for the Nationality Rooms Tour.
More Area Attractions & Services
- 6 mile(s) from Blue Spruce Park
- 7 mile(s) from Challenger Raceway
- 13 mile(s) from Chestnut Ridge Golf Resort
- 2 mile(s) from Jimmy Stewart Museum
- 12 mile(s) from Yellow Creek State Park
- 3 mile(s) from Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex
- 1.00 mile(s) from Indiana Mall
- 0.10 block(s) from Walmart® Plaza
- 2 mile(s) from Regency Mall
- Across the street from Pizza Hut®, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
- Adjacent to Golden Dragon Buffet, Buffet, Chinese, Open for: lunch, dinner,
- Adjacent to McDonald's®, Fast Food, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner,
- 0.5 mile(s) from Eat'n Park®, Full Service, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner, Open 24 hours
- 0.5 mile(s) from Ruby Tuesday, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
- 0.5 mile(s) from Ponderosa® Steakhouse, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
- 1 mile(s) from Starbucks®, Coffee Shop, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch,
Best Western Indiana Inn
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