Sitting on a rolling hill overlooking the Arkansas River is one of Tulsa’s finest examples of English Tudor-Collegiate Gothic architecture. Built in 1923 by wealthy oilman Earl Harwell and his wife Mary, the 15,000-square-foot Harwelden Mansion and gardens occupy a full city block. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the mansion was restored and renovated as an event center and boutique hotel in 2019.
The mansion’s luxurious accommodations include four beautifully adorned suites in the main building and two additional grand suites in the Carriage House. Hotel guests will enjoy luxury bed linens, opulent decor and a continental breakfast with their stay. Located minutes from downtown Tulsa and The Gathering Place, guests of the Harwelden Mansion have access to some of Tulsa's most popular attractions.
Visitors can also schedule a guided tour of the mansion and grounds to learn about Harwelden's unique architecture and history, followed by a proper afternoon tea at the end of the tour.