An excellent architectural job was done creating a classy hotel near Tulsa's Downtown area and the BOK Center, but attempting to make everything conform to that situation has hamstrung the final product, e.g., physically disabled guests must wait on one of two elevators to even access the hotel lobby/front desk, the hotel is only three stories and has only 104 rooms, and parking is at a premium and IS NOT free! Of course, should you want to use the indoor pool or fitness center, plan to go to the first floor (below the lobby area and where the front desk should probably have been placed). Likewise, don't plan to drive to a nice restaurant or attraction, as locating a parking spot in the general region after 6:00 p.m. is nearly impossible (hope you like to walk). All of this (LOL) for a mere $189.00 per night rate.
Sorry, I do not believe this (or probably any) Fairfield Inn & Suites is worth it!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- In the Historic Brady Arts District! Walk to the office, walk to nightlife & enjoy the area's eclectic atmosphere. Located adjacent to the Ole Lady on Brady Theater as well as the Cain's Ballroom. ... more less
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