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Inn on Negley earns AAA Four Diamond rating

Justin Merriman | Trib Total Media
A place setting at the Inn on Negley on Monday, October 6., 2014.

The Inn on Negley, in Shadyside, has received the AAA Four Diamond designation for the first time.

The inn is in a restored Victorian home. It has eight rooms and bills itself as “a bed and breakfast with the comfort of a luxury hotel.”

AAA gives the Four Diamond award to establishments that “are attentive to guests needs and consistently deliver memorable travel experiences.” They typically offer an extensive array of amenities and guest services.

Currently, just 1,587 hotels hold the AAA Four Diamond rating.

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