Night staff was great, the room was nice & spacious, comfortable bed & pillows. Newer shower design, nice kitchen, and modern bedside charging stations. I look forward to my next peaceful stay here. Did I mention it was quiet, too? It was.
I just stayed at this property last night and had to write a review. This hotel is quite new and extremely nice. I was impressed with how hospitable and friendly the front desk workers and housekeepers were. The room was huge! It was like a smaller version of an apartment and included so many features and amenities that made it feel like home. You can’t top a full kitchen, a roomy living area, and two individual bedrooms all in one hotel room! I can’t wait to visit here again. I highly recommend staying here if you’re passing through Tulsa.
We knew the hotel was new, but it exceeded our expectations. We stayed here for two nights - my husband and my almost-2 year old. We stayed in a King suite. Photos on the site and hotels.com don't show the exact property. It is lovely! As you enter the King suite, you walk into a large living/kitchen area with vaulted ceilings. The kitchen includes a fridge, range, sink with disposal, toaster, coffee maker, and even a dishwasher. It's stocked with dishes, pots and pans, silverware, utensils, pyrex with lids, a strainer, etc. The hotels provides dish soap and dishwasher soap, along with coffee, a bag of microwavable popcorn, and tea. The connected living space has a large tv, desk, and sleeper sofa. Walking toward the bedroom and bathroom is a nice full length mirror (not a cheap one).
The bedroom has tv and closet, also with vaulted ceilings. It also has a DOOR! When we called before booking, we were initially told by front desk staff that these rooms did not have doors to the bedrooms, but we may be able to request having them put a sheet up over the entry way. The reason we inquired is because we have a toddler who still requires naps, and goes to bed before us. Therefore, hotels with a separate bedroom and doors are a priority. So it was a nice surprise that it had a door! I think maybe hotel staff need a full tour because we almost did not book this hotel due to them saying there was no door. Unfortunately, we gave our daughter this room (hotel provided a metal crib) so we weren't able to test out the bed - we slept on the sleeper sofa in the living room, which feels like any sleeper sofa.
The bathroom is very nice. The light switches really need to be relocated though, to the left of the door as you're walking in. Instead, they're basically behind the door, along with the only towel rack. There is no towel rack to hang your towels when you're showering, and there is plenty of space for that addition! The lighting in the bathroom also isn't great for applying makeup, but as long as you have a portable mirror handy, you can sit at the desk in front of the window in the living room.
We took part in the complimentary breakfast, which was also better than expected. They served the normal cereal, yogurt, waffles, fruit, etc but also had varying hot options such as cooked peppers, eggs, and tortillas one morning. We also spent a couple hours at the pool, which is outdoors and was pretty cold. But it was clean!
We would definitely stay here again if we're ever in the area.
Our recent stay here left us happy we stayed! This is a fairly new property as it opened in March 2019. The Suites were adequate with fully stocked kitchen, ample sitting space for our guests that visited us while we were staying there. The pool was big enough to accommodate lots of people and there was even a bathroom outside at the pool so you didn't have to go back inside to use the facilities.
Our room was great! Located on the 2nd floor (hallways in hotel are always hot), the halls were wide and doors were easy to open and manage.
Our favorite feature was the bathroom! No outdated tub/shower combo! This was a sleek LARGE walk in shower with a place to prop a foot for shaving (ladies) and it was just NICE!
During the week nights they offer a reception/mixer type event where they have some beers and wines along with some sort of food items. It's different each night.
The only suggestion I would offer on this is that they offer higher quality wines. Also keep the bottles out so people can see what they are or have signage telling what wines you are offering.