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The Mayo Hotel
For years, oil tycoons and businessmen such as J. Paul Getty and John D. Rockefeller considered the Mayo Hotel their home away from home, and now you can say the same. Since its original grand opening in 1925, the Mayo Hotel has been dedicated to providing the ultimate stay for its guests. The hotel combines Tulsa’s tradition of Art Deco sophistication with modern amenities to surround guests in historic luxury.
The Mayo offers a wide selection of amenities within and outside the hotel. For full service breakfast, lunch or dinner, visit The Boiler Room. Enjoy one-of-a-kind coffee blends or fine wines at The Mark, or sip a Mayo signature cocktail in the same spot Elvis once did at the Mayo Penthouse Bar. This rooftop bar also boasts one of the greatest views of the city.
The Mayo is located in the heart of Downtown Tulsa in the Financial and Deco Entertainment District and just blocks away from the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, BOK Center, ONEOK Field, Cox Business Center and many local offices, restaurants and bars.