Photo credit: Residence Inn by Marriott Pittsburgh North Shore

PNC Park— the home of the Major League Baseball’s Pittsburgh Pirates—sits just across the Allegheny River from downtown Pittsburgh. Come to town to see the Pirates or a concert, and you have easy access to other major Pittsburgh attractions. Think Acrisure Stadium (home of the NFL’s Steelers, formerly known as Heinz Field), the Carnegie Science Center and the Andy Warhol Museum. You can stay closest to the stadium if you’re in the city’s North Shore neighborhood. But staying across the river in downtown only means an easy walk or drive. Here are the best hotels near PNC Park.

Residence Inn by Marriott Pittsburgh North Shore (574 W General Robinson St.; 412-321-2099) North Shore

“Great location with plenty of restaurants nearby—and right across the street from PNC Park,” writes a Google reviewer of this Residence Inn.Walk across the Roberto Clemente bridge and you’re in downtown Pittsburgh.” The all-suites hotel means you get a kitchen, bedroom and living room, plus access to a pool and free breakfast. A Tripadvisor likes the “nice suites with all the basic amenities. Also, the Warhol Museum is two blocks away—a five-minute walk.” >> Book this hotel for less

Hyatt Place Pittsburgh-North Shore (260 N Shore Dr.; 412-321-3000) North Shore

“If you need a quiet hotel close to everything, this is the one for you,” writes a Google reviewer of this Hyatt-brand hotel. “PNC Park is a three-minute walk. Point Park is just a walk across the bridge. Heinz Park and Science Center are five-minute walks.” As added bonuses, the 178-room hotel offers free breakfast and is pet-friendly. “The hotel was very nice and modern,” adds a Tripadvisor user. “The room was great and the bed was comfortable. Quick walk to the river front, and plenty of restaurants to choose from.” >> Book this hotel for less

The Westin Pittsburgh (1000 Penn Ave.; 412-281-3700) Downtown

This 616-room Westin has a walkway that connects to Pittsburgh’s convention center, which is one reason US News & World Report characterizes the hotel “as a magnet for business travelers.” But, it adds, “its central location on Penn Avenue, near both PNC Park and the city’s hockey arena, draws leisure travelers, too.” Online reviewers like the Westin Heavenly Beds and, as one Googler reviewer writes, “nice rooms. A bit pricey but walking distance to good restaurants and bars. Easy walk to PNC and Heinz fields.” >> Book this hotel for less

Kimpton Hotel Monaco Pittsburgh (620 William Penn Pl.; 412-471-1170) Downtown

Travel+Leisure calls this Kimpton, set in a1908 building, “a truly unique stay, with whimsical, colorful design as well as original art and sculpture. If you want to treat yourself, enjoy a stay in one of the Spa Rooms, which boast soaking tubs and park views.It’s less than a mile from PNC, and a Tripadvisor user attests that “we walked to the Strip District and to PNC Park from the hotel. We were pleasantly surprised by how quiet the hotel was at night.” >> Book this hotel for less

Fairmont Pittsburgh (510 Market St.; 412-773-8800) Downtown

Located a half mile from PNC, this Fairmont offers easy access to the stadium, big rooms (420 square feet) and an “elegant brass-canopy-capped bar—a top contender for the city’s most beautiful bar space,” writes Condé Nast Traveler. “For luxe accommodations [in Pittsburgh], The Fairmont Pittsburgh is the place to be.” A Google reviewer likes the room’s “10-foot floor-to-ceiling windows, creating a sea of natural light and sweeping views of the cityscape.” >> Book this hotel for less

Omni William Penn Hotel (530 William Penn Pl.; 412-281-7100) Downtown

US News & World Report describes this 597-room Omni as having an “elegant interior decked with crystal chandeliers, a piano and furnishings [that] ooze luxury. The opulent decor extends to the rooms—cherry wood furnishings, feather pillows and lavish bath amenities.” A Google reviewer likes the convenience, about three quarters of a mile from the stadium. “Comfortable rooms and bed. Parking in the lot across the street wasn’t too bad, but it would have been nice if the hotel took care of the fee. Easy access to PNC Park via walking across the Clemente Bridge.” >> Book this hotel for less