Located on the far southern edge of Tulsa-metro, this modern, mid-rise hotel is an athletic-minded traveler gold mine, espcially for those with business in the area, e.g. Oral Roberts University, TV Guide, etc.Price: Moderately Expensive
This is an inviting hotel located in a quiet setting with athletic options on-site and in close proximity. Warren Place is an office park, but one with more greenery, trees and hills than many recreational parks.Price: Moderately Expensive
Although most hotels in downtown Tulsa are athletic-minded black holes, this Doubletree makes its mark with comfortable rooms, a central location and a respectable on-site gym.
For those travelers needing to stay downtown Tulsa, this hotel's outlying location will not work. However, if you have a rental car and can stay anywhere in the Tulsa metro area, seriously consider staying at this property.
We like Hyatt Place hotels. Why? Because you know what you're going to get before setting foot in the lobby. Hyatt corp. is in the process of launching and expanding this new brand of hotel and following a cookie-cutter approach at every location.Price: Least Expensive
This striking hotel is highly visible from the nearby expressway. Renaissance is one of Marriott's upscale brands (a notch below Ritz Carlton) and this property is a good representative for the style.Price: Expensive
Travelers looking to stay in this part of Tulsa have a few options, but athletic-minded folks only have a couple standout choices. One is this Embassy. The property is a typical atrium-style hotel with room doors encircling the perimeter of the building's core.Price: Moderately Expensive