Hotels in Oklahoma
Find cabins—some with walls of glass overlooking acres of evergreens, others with large porches and Adirondack chairs—at a range of price points through this house rental agency.
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?
At 19 stories, this revamped property in downtown Tulsa was the tallest structure in Oklahoma when it was built in 1925. In 2009, it went through a $42 million renovation and now has 102 rooms with bold accents such as red chairs and zebra-printed TV consoles.