Hotels in Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City offers accommodations from ritzy new hotels to individually owned B&Bs. Oklahoma City hotels offer fun and stylish accommodations just steps away from the city center.
Located in a 1911 building, the Skirvin Hilton is now a member of the Historic Hotels of America. The space had been vacant for 19 years, but after a $51 million renovation, this hotel offers a gym, pool, and two restaurants. Park Avenue Grill offers up American food with a Southern twist. Nearby, the Red Piano Bar plays live jazz music while you can sip on your delicious cocktail of choice. Are you scared of ghosts? You may want to stay away, the hotel is known for being haunted.
Built in 1925, the Mayo Hotel was once able to boast the tallest structure in Oklahoma status. Known as one of the best hotels in Oklahoma City, the Mayo Hotel has since undergone a $42 million renovation. The space offers 102 rooms with modern accents such as zebra-printed TV consoles, bright red chairs and a modern rooftop lounge. The hotel boasts walk-in showers with full-body sprays, a 24-hour fitness center, restaurant and bar, and a penthouse rooftop lounge with panoramic views of the city. Be sure to check out the Trula Restaurant and bar which offers dishes such as lobster mac and cheese, fish filets and many small plates.
Hilton rescued this 1911 building, now a member of the Historic Hotels of America, with $51 million renovation after it sat vacant for 19 years. Some say the hotel is haunted—and who could blame the ghosts for hanging around?