If you're expecting out-of-town guests and want a nice place for them to stay, why not consider one of the lovely historical boutique hotels in Tulsa? The room accommodations are top-notch and the hotels offer the best in food and service. Here are a few places you can recommend.
This lovely downtown hotel is a 9-mile drive from the Tulsa International Airport and a 6-minute walk from the BOK Center arena. The design is modern contemporary with an emphasis on comfort and functionality. The hotel occupies the historic Old City Hall building in all of its grandeur. The rooms are neat and comfortable (loft-style) and there is a swimming pool, fitness center, restaurant, 24-hour snack bar and lounge with pool table.
This boutique hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is truly magnificent. The stylishly-decorated rooms include free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, coffeemakers and an iPod docking stations. There are also some great views of the city. This hotel is full of old-world charm and each guest suite has a separate living room and a whirlpool tub.
The Campbell Hotel is a gorgeous luxury hotel on historic Route 66. Located across the street from the University of Tulsa, its lovely 1920s Spanish Colonial-style building stands out as much as the beautifully decorated rooms. The hotel staff provides excellent service including airport courtesy service and in-room amenities include: refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker and 40” flat-screen TV.
The Mayo Hotel opened its doors in 1925 and became well-known for its accommodating style. Situated in the heart of downtown, it's a short walk from the BOK Center and close to the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. The elegant guest rooms have flat-screen TVs, and Keurig coffeemakers, microwaves, mini-fridge and free Wi-Fi. There is also an on-site restaurant and coffee shop, along with a rooftop lounge.
Boutique hotels are known for their charm and comfort, which makes them a great place for visitors or even just to get away for a long weekend. Been to one of these hotels? Tell us about it in the comments.