Enjoy luxurious amenities and grand decor at Oklahoma’s historic boutique hotels, where impeccable style and service will make you feel right at home.
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Pack a bag and head to one of the elite boutique hotels in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Bartlesville or Sulphur and discover what you’ve been missing. Whether you’re looking for a way to rekindle the romance or just want to treat yourself to something special, your expectations will be blown away with one of these top-notch stays.
What was once Oklahoma City’s first skyscraper has been completely renovated into a luxurious boutique hotel in the heart of downtown. Pull right up to the 12-story Colcord Hotel and check into one of 108 spacious rooms, where you’ll enjoy a private and quiet stay in one of only 11 rooms per floor. Known for its intimate, unique ambiance, the Colcord effortlessly blends timeless luxury with modern style. You’ll enjoy top-notch amenities like Euro-top mattresses, high thread count linens, 47” flat screen HDTVs, iPod docking stations and oversized glass showers complete with complimentary L'Occitane bath amenities.
Bring along a camera, because the Colcord’s modern art deco lobby is quite a sight. Other amenities at this one-of-a-kind hotel include a 24 hour fitness center and free WiFi. You will be amazed by details like gleaming marble, ornate nickel elevator doors and intricate plasterwork throughout the boutique hotel. Order a wake-up call and greet the day with a mug of freshly brewed coffee or tea upon request.
You’ll experience pure elegance at the Ambassador Hotel in downtown Tulsa, where attention to detail reigns supreme. In keeping with the Italian Renaissance style, each of the 55 lavishly appointed guest rooms includes marble-topped vanities and Italian stone baths. Curl up with a good book or enjoy the extraordinary view from the double-paned casement windows – you’ll feel like royalty as the sparkling Tulsa skyline spreads out before you. Make sure to spot the nearby Boston Avenue United Methodist Church, which is renowned for its art deco style.
With just seven oversized rooms per floor, your stay at the Ambassador Hotel in Tulsa will evoke a sense of privacy and exclusivity. Each room has a unique configuration, with a mixture of queen, double queen or king-size beds. Soak your cares away in the bathroom’s large whirlpool tub or relax on the supremely comfortable bed while streaming your favorite show courtesy of the hotel’s complimentary WiFi. You’ll also be pleasantly surprised by tasteful touches like the European pillow-top mattresses, triple-sheeted bedding, turn-down service, Keurig coffee makers, iPod docking stations and microfiber bathrobes. Grab a tasty meal at the on-site Chalkboard Restaurant and you won’t need to leave the hotel for anything.
Located in the heart of downtown Oklahoma City, a stay at the Skirvin Hilton Hotel will put you within walking distance of many major attractions, including the Paycom Center and the Bricktown Entertainment District. This iconic hotel has been synonymous with elegance in downtown Oklahoma City for over 100 years, having been constructed in 1911. Though it is one of Oklahoma City’s oldest hotels, the Skirvin has been completely renovated and includes all the modern conveniences you’ve come to expect, while retaining its historic accuracy.
Book one of the Skirvin Hilton Hotel’s 225 spacious rooms and you’re guaranteed to get a good night’s rest on an ultra-plush bed, with your choice of one king-size or two double beds. There’s plenty of additional seating, as well as a 32” flat screen LCD TV and free WiFi, so find a movie on TV or surf the web in the privacy of your own suite. Stay in style with a night in the hotel’s exquisite Presidential Suite, a roomy 1,500 square foot space with living and dining room, wet bar, and en suite master bathroom with walk-in shower, whirlpool tub and even a television built into the bathroom mirror.
Standing as a renowned piece of Tulsa’s history, the Mayo Hotel is the epitome of 1920s opulence. From the grand lobby with its expansive ceiling and multiple chandeliers to the sweeping staircase and multiple sitting areas complete with chaise lounges, one step into this boutique hotel will take your breath away. The Mayo boasts 102 glamorous guest suites, each of which comes complete with a separate sleeping area with king or queen-size beds, shining wood floors, flat screen LCD TVs with cable, complimentary WiFi, iPod docks, walk-in closets and bathrooms with walk-in showers and full body shower sprays. In 43 of the guest suites, you’ll be able to whip up a gourmet meal in a modern kitchen complete with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops.
The Mayo Hotel in Tulsa is conveniently located in downtown Tulsa, so you will be within walking distance to the BOK Center, Tulsa Arts District and Blue Dome Entertainment Districts and the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. Grab a drink with friends or a delicious dinner on the Mayo’s rooftop bar and on-site restaurant, Trula, to dine and dance the night away.
Located along Route 66 in Tulsa, the Campbell Hotel is small in size, yet big on style. Originally built in 1927, the hotel has since been renovated to include modern conveniences in each of the 26 uniquely themed rooms. Book a room at the Campbell and enjoy 40” flat screen LCD TVs, decorative fireplaces, natural stone countertops and refinished hardwood floors, as well as in-room Keurig coffee makers, where you can make a fresh cup of rich, black coffee to start your day off right.
Indulge in services from the on-site spa or visit the Campbell Lounge for a full service bar. At the Campbell Hotel, you’ll notice touches of Spanish colonial architecture from the tiled roof to terra cotta ornaments, which are remnants of its earlier days as the Casa Loma Hotel. Today, this boutique hotel pays tribute to unique Oklahoma people and places with its Route 66 room, Oil Barons suite and Leon Russell room.
Located in Frank Lloyd Wright’s only skyscraper, the Inn at Price Tower provides a unique lodging experience where you can literally stay in a piece of art. Standing at 19 stories tall, the Price Tower boasts a total of 16 guest rooms and three suites as well as the tower’s museum and 15th floor Copper Bar. Futuristic design elements like concrete walls and floors, copper paneling and geometric design can be seen throughout the tower, and tours are available. You’ll be treated to modern accommodations like luxurious king and queen-size beds with pillow top mattresses and high thread count linens, 37” flat screen TVs and iPod docks during your stay at the Inn at Price Tower in Bartlesville.
Conveniently settled among the breathtaking beauty of the Chickasaw National Recreation Area about halfway between Oklahoma City and Dallas is a stunning boutique hotel with a rich history. The Artesian Hotel, Casino & Spa in Sulphur stands out as an Oklahoma oasis with some of the best amenities you'll find in the state. The fun never ends at The Artesian, where a spa, casino, two restaurants and a handful of upscale boutiques will keep you entertained. Don't forget to make time for a soothing dip in the indoor or outdoor pool and browse the impressive art gallery on site before settling into your immaculate suite boasting lush linens, swanky decor and all the comforts of home.
Escape from the ordinary at one of Oklahoma's boutique hotels, where you can enjoy an all-inclusive getaway during an extravagant stay.