Welcome to the Hyatt Regency Pittsburgh! We are pleased
to welcome back the Feis!
As a valued guest, we would like
to ensure that your stay is exceptional. Please call on any of our staff to
assist you during your stay. For your
convenience, the following services are available to your Team.
IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING PARKING
All parking is in Long Term & Extended Parking of the
Airport. Please note, during heavy
volume travel times, the long-term lot (blue
sections) closest to the moving walkway
and hotel fill up
quickly. If the long-term lot is
full, guests will need to utilize Economy or Extended. Please keep the pass pulled from the gate
upon entry to the
lot. Throughout your stay, parking
passes will be available to you at registration. When you leave the lot, insert your original pass followed by the voucher
bellfarm Kitchen | Bar –
Located adjacent to the lobby offering breakfast, light lunch fare and a
full-service dinner menu.
Daily Breakfast 6:00am – 10:30am | Lounge/Light Fare 11am – 12am | Dinner 5:00pm
– 10:00 pm
Cash Sales – Cash
Sales will be available in the convention space area for Feis attendees. Hours for sales are Friday
& Saturday 7:30am-3:00pm.
Hotel reserves the right to end sales
early due to low sales. This is cash only.
Quick Picks – The hotel market is across the front desk in the main
lobby area. It is open 24/7. Items can be purchased through the front desk. The hotel market
offers beverages, snacks,
toiletries, medicine, etc. There is also a 7
Eleven and Dunkin Donuts across the moving walk-way pre-security.
Delivery Food - Should you want
to order pizza
off property, the following locations
will deliver: (You will need to go to the front desk to pick up and pay
for your pizza.) Angelia’s Pizza – 412.262.4976 Cardellos – 412.264.1000 Pizza Milano
Health Club Located on the 2nd floor
and includes a fitness center. Your
room key will provide access to the Health Club. The Fitness center is open 24 hours. Pool hours are 7am – 10pm. Please
be aware that there is no lifeguard on duty.
Soda & Ice Machines - You will find ice on every floor and in the Health Club. Soda machines
are on every floor except
2. A snack machine
is located on the 2nd floor for your convenience.
Guestroom to Guestroom Phone calls- If
you are calling Floors 2 through 9 – pick up the receiver and dial 7 +
the room number. If you are calling floors 10 or 11 – pick up the
receiver and dial the 4-digit room number.
Internet – Complimentary wireless internet in the guest rooms.
Housekeeping: Rooms are serviced daily, if you do not want your
room refreshed please be sure that you place your “Do Not Disturb”
sign on the outside of your door. If you would like any additional towels
or toiletries, please
contact the front desk.
proper use of the elevator
and stairwells with your team. There should
be no running and yelling within the hotel.
Quiet hours are strictly
enforced, beginning at 10pm to 8am Monday
Should you need anything
during your stay, please contact the Front
Desk by dialing extension 0 from the phone in your
Thank you again for choosing the Hyatt Regency
Pittsburgh Airport hotel during your stay, we look forward
to exceeding your expectations.
Once the Group Rate rooms are sold out, rooms may be available at the prevailing rates
Please follow the Bell School Facebook page for updates on our Sister Feis!
Dutch Country Feis - Friday June 23 and Saturday June 24 in Lancaster PA hosted by the Paloma School of Irish Dance
Registration on FeisWeb
On March 25 2023, the Martin McHugh Scholarship Award will presented. This scholarship was established in 2006 by Jim Graven as Chairman of the West Virginia Feis. It is awarded each year to an Irish step dancer from the Pittsburgh Area. It was created in honor of Martin McHugh, a dedicated father of a step dancer and tireless feis volunteer. Marty passed away in January 2006 at the age of 47.
One of the earliest known settlements in County Offaly is at Boora Bog which dates to the Mesolithic era. Excavations there provide
evidence of a temporary settlement. Stone axes, arrowheads and blades were
discovered which date to between 6,800 – 6,000 BCE.
Thursdays 7:30 - 9pm – April 6, 13, 20, 27
After seventy years
of disappointing economic performance the Republic became one of the fastest
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prosperity. The scandal of bank "bail-outs' saw Irelands debt rating go
from AAA status to junk status. Government
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