Hotels In Travel

April 14, 2009

Hotel Options in Tulsa

Filed under: Uncategorized — Leon @ 6:38 am

Tulsa is the second largest city of Oklahoma, USA. The city was considered to be the oil depot of the world, and nowadays features the two famous art museums, professional opera and ballet companies, and the art deco in the line of architecture. Aside from this, Tulsa has emerged in terms of modern finance and technology.

With its increasing population, the government is looking to meet the rising demands for accommodations. This is the hotel options here are many and varied. Luxurious and cheap hotels alike are built to suit their guests’ needs accordingly. Listed here are some of the recommended ones.

Hotel Ambassador

Hotel Ambassador in Tulsa offers a luxurious and supreme comfort with its Italian Renaissance setting. The hotel is found at the center of the city, providing its guests a welcome refuge from the noise of the city. Enjoy shopping in different boutiques, experience a romantic getaway, or host events such as meetings, weddings, and other occasions. It is near the downtown, historical landmarks, and major transportation.

Hotel Ambassador features cozy and spacious non-smoking rooms and grand suites, adorned with classic designs and modern amenities. It comprises 7 rooms in each floor where guests can feel more of their own homes rather than hotel. Everything is already set for everybody’s convenience.

Room bathrooms are a touch of classic Italian and made of marble. Furniture pieces are all elegantly crafted. Bed pillows have triple sheets for added comfort. All rooms come with wireless internet access, two lined telephone units with data ports and voice mail.

The hotel also caters to group events such as meetings, conferences, seminars and even weddings with its Chalkboard Restaurant. It can accommodate up to 70 people. In addition, there are also elegant private conference rooms that can hold smaller meetings and private retreats. Chalkboard Restaurant offers their famous dishes such as beef wellington and porterhouse pork chop, best taken with their extensive wine list.

Hotel Savoy Tulsa

Hotel Savoy Tulsa is situated at the heart of the Tulsa downtown. This hotel caters to almost all kinds of people such as businessmen, group of families and friends who choose to have a relaxing vacation. Less than luxurious, Hotel Savoy provides their guests their individual needs, making their stay comfortable and satisfying. Those who have experienced staying become regulars of Hotel Savoy.

The hotel was built in 1930 and was fully renovated in 2001 with the state-of-the-art facilities for their guests’ security and privacy as well. It has a very colorful and modern designs and furnishings for a pleasant stay. They also provide facilities for handicapped. Cool breeze is preferred than fans when windows are opened.

The seven suites have the luxury of a full kitchen, separate bedrooms with shared bathrooms, living room, wireless Internet access, microwave, cook top, oven, refrigerator, coffeemakers, ceiling fans and alarm clocks.

The suites are adorned with French antiques and unique accessories. Each has feather pillows, silk bedsheets and linens, central heat and air conditioning unit, security system, full- stocked refrigerator, complimentary coffee and bottled water.

Hotel Savoy serves complimentary breakfast with the choice of homemade breads and muffins, fruit juices, cereals, coffee, and many more upon request with minimal cost. Fine dining restaurants are also available within the premises of the hotel.

During your stay you can visit many beautiful attractions nearby, like the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, Philbrook Museum, Fair Meadows, Drillers Stadium, Big Splash, Tulsa Garden Center, Utica Square Shopping Center, Cherry Street District, Cains Ballroom, Downtown Center, and BOK Center and many other places.

The trip to Tulsa need not be expensive to be enjoyable. And the affordable hotels here are testimonies to this.

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