Located on the south side of town, this hotel does not enjoy an attractive location near Tulsa's major attractions and traveling is worrisome unless you have a car. However, if you are here visiting someone at Oral Roberts University or have business at TV Guide or Citgo Petroleum then this is an ideal spot. For those needing a bit of pampering a concierge level is available, and most of the rooms are designed to meet the specific needs of the business traveler. River Parks, Tulsa's famed open space, is less than a mile away and has a popular jogging and biking trail.
Formerly known as Adam's Mark Hotel, the Crowne Plaza is located in the Williams Center in downtown Tulsa. It provides more conference space than most other Tulsa hotels and offers beautifully appointed rooms for business trips, conventions or vacations. While relaxing, enjoy an authentic Italian meal at the posh Bravo! Ristorante (featuring a professional singing wait staff, who serenade you with opera and Broadway-style selections). Watch your favorite game at Players Sports Bar or enjoy piano music and a drink at Tiffany Rose.
Located in South Tulsa directly across the road from beautiful Oral Roberts University and the 10,000-seat Mabee Center, the Hilton Southern Hills offers a comfortable resting place as well as accessibility to some of Tulsa's best attractions and eating establishments. The east rooms offer a breathtaking view of the ORU campus, the Mabee Center and the 60-story CityPlex Towers; the tallest building in Tulsa.
Located at the beautifully landscaped Warren Place office park, the Doubletree offers convenience, comfort and even luxury to the business traveler. Centrally located to most of Tulsa's business community, this hotel also offers dual phone lines with dataport, in-room coffee, hairdryer and iron, and even Internet access. Enjoy breakfast at Greenleaf's on the park, and after hours enjoy a meal at the luxurious Warren Duck Club or stop in at the upbeat Encounters Lounge.
Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, the luxurious Hotel Ambassador is a true Tulsa treasure. It was established in 1929 to provide temporary housing for wealthy oil barons while they waited for their estates to be built. The Mediterranean-style property changed functions over the years until being restored into a quaint boutique hotel. Personalized customer service and large, elegant rooms make this one of the city's finest hotels. The wide range of amenities is sure to please the most discerning traveler.
Convenient to Interstate 44 in central Tulsa, this all-suite facility provides much in the way of luxury and comfort for the traveler. Each suite is equipped with a galley kitchen with wet bar, refrigerator and microwave. Enjoy cocktails in the evening and a free hot breakfast cooked to your liking, all in the beautiful, high-roofed atrium around which the hotel is built. With plenty of amenities to suit both businesspeople and vacationers, this hotel offers that extra touch of hospitality you are looking for.
Situated on the grounds of Tulsa International Airport, the Radisson provides a convenient and comfortable stopping place for business travelers and vacationers alike. Work out at the fitness center, swim in the pool or enjoy Pizza Hut pizza delivered by room service to your room. This hotel also provides a child-care referral service in case you need to leave the children to attend a conference or want a night on the town. Special business classrooms are available as well, complete with the extra workspace and necessary amenities.
Located in downtown Tulsa, this hotel abounds with amenities to pamper both business and leisure travelers, with many upgrades available. Enjoy fine dining at the Grille, more casual fare at Seven West Cafe or relax in the lobby bar after that important meeting or night on the town. If walking downtown does not keep you fit, try the fitness center or the pool. Close to all downtown Tulsa has to offer, and not far from many other city attractions, this place provides comfort and luxury to make your stay the best it can be.
This all-studio facility caters to business travelers and vacationers who want a clean place to stay at extended-stay rates. Each studio is equipped with a queen-size bed and fully furnished kitchen, including refrigerator, stove and microwave. To keep costs low, there is no pool or fitness center, but rooms are clean and comfortable. Weekly rates are also available. Only 10 of the rooms have two beds, so advance booking is recommended if two beds are needed.
Conveniently near Interstate 44 at Memorial Drive in central Tulsa, this facility provides many of the amenities available in larger hotels for a reasonable price, including safe deposit, valet laundry, dual phone lines with dataport in the rooms, fitness center and pool. Located in a cluster of hotels and inns, the Fairfield is also near a good number of eating establishments for your convenience. Central to many of Tulsa's attractions, this place provides convenience as well as comfort for those here on business, pleasure, or just passing through.
Located on the south side of town, this hotel does
not enjoy an attractive location near Tulsa's major attractions and traveling is worrisome unless you have a car. However, if you are here visiting someone at Oral Roberts University ...
When traveling on a budget, consider Microtel, a chain that
prides itself on finding the perfect balance between comfort and affordability. This new branch, located in far northeast Tulsa, is no exception. Rooms and services are geared towards a ...
Located in downtown Tulsa, this hotel abounds with amenities to
pamper both business and leisure travelers, with many upgrades available. Enjoy fine dining at the Grille, more casual fare at Seven West Cafe or relax in the lobby bar ...