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The Campbell Hotel
The Campbell is an upscale hotel located in the heart of Tulsa along Historic Route 66. Originally built in 1927, the Campbell Hotel features 26 uniquely themed rooms in the two-story, block-long brick building.
Located just minutes from downtown, this building was completely renovated to combine a modern flair with old world elegance. Each room features hardwood floors and a decorative fireplace. Some of the second floor rooms also feature a skylight. In addition to the rooms, the Campbell Hotel also has the Campbell Lounge with a full service bar, on-site salon, Spa Maxx, and two event centers, making the Campbell a wonderful place for business meetings or weddings.
In the late 1920s, the hotel was known as the Casa Loma Hotel and was located in the Max Campbell Building. It was centrally located on the trolley route that would take passengers from downtown Tulsa to Route 66. You can still see the Spanish colonial influences in the building with the tiled roof, mocha colored brick and terra cotta ornaments. Over the years, the Max Campbell Building deteriorated and it wasn't until July 2009 that a complete renovation was undertaken. After two years of steady progress, the building is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Whether you choose to stay in the Patti Page room, the Oil Barons Suite, the Leon Russell room or the Route 66 room, you're sure to find something highlighting the beauty of Oklahoma and the uniqueness of the Campbell Hotel.
Spa Maxx: Tue-Sat, 10am-7pm.