THE ULTIMATE MID-CENTURY URBAN RETREAT
The Distrikt Hotel Pittsburgh, a Curio Collection by Hilton, drew its inspiration from the building’s previous lives. The Gothic Revival style structure was built in 1924 as the Salvation Army of Western PA, named after the first female General, Evangeline Booth. In 1951, the Evangeline Residence was recognized as a non-profit corporation serving the city as an institution of benevolence and charity, consisting of 229 sleeping rooms, a dining room (which is operated exclusively for the residents of the building and the officers of the Salvation Army), a lounge and other rooms.
Today, the hotel’s décor is mid-century modern with a color palette of soft grays, silvers and cobalt blue. Accents of yellow and gold serve as an homage to the hotel’s downtown Pittsburgh location, frequently refereed to as the “Golden Tringle” representing the confluence of the Allegheny River and the Monongahela River whose joining forms the Ohio River. A proud landmark throughout Steel City, The Distrikt Hotel invites you to explore our city’s rich history, cultural museums, award-winning food scene and much more that only Pittsburgh can deliver. We will be here to take care of you after your adventure!