Welcome to Governors Suites Hotel, your Oklahoma City “home away from home.” Governors Suites Hotel aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
National Stockyard Exchange (2.7 mi), located nearby, makes Governors Suites Hotel a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Oklahoma City landmark.
Governors Suites Hotel offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers 24 hour front desk and outdoor furniture, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a pool and free breakfast. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular Oklahoma City lobster restaurant such as Trapper's Fish Camp, which is a short distance from Governors Suites Hotel.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular gardens such as Myriad Botanical Gardens.
Governors Suites Hotel puts the best of Oklahoma City at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
The Governor's Inn has the friendliest, kindest staff - been staying off/on for over 6 years now (began with cancer treatments & staying close) and we still see the same smiling faces as we claim it to be our home away from home. We stay there any chance we get. We even have tens of thousands of 'reward points' from others and could stay for free but we'd rather pay to stay here and enjoy the largest hot tub, best hot breakfast in town (& surrounding towns for that matter & that's even during the height of the pandemic/Score!), they have strong wi-fi (has the kid's approval for his games), cable (with HBO) and a jacuzzi in the rooms (not sure if in all). Needless to say I highly recommend them (& no, I am not related to or friends with anyone here).
Very friendly check-in. Got room 102. A bit outdated, but the price was right. Very nice size room with refrigerator and freezer. Wasn't the most comfortable bed or pillows, and sheets were not a good quality. I think the whole experience would have been better if the sheets were a higher grade. Did not like the feel. Good size bathroom. Also, could hear people talking in their rooms until the wee hours of the night and in the morning.
Very nice place with touches of new orleans in the common areas. Snagged a real deal of approximately 30% off on a king bed suite. Was great to have the separate living room since we were going to be there for a period of time longer than we normally spend in a hotel room. The front staff was very courteous, very professional, very friendly. Close to a lot of different places to eat so there was a wide variety. They do have a hot breakfast so you have choices between the cereal, waffles, eggs, bacon, sausage, biscuits and gravy. Will definitely keep this on my list to stay at when I'm in this area again. It was a nice change from staying one of the chain motels. It was easy to see how they got the ratings in the reviews I read.
I came in late from my flight. Its definitely an older place but well kept. The room was bigger than I expected. I had a sitting area with a desk, couch and small refrigerator. Breakfast was a standard breakfast with waffles, eggs, and juices. Front desk staff was very friendly and helpful.
Governors Suites Hotel is evidently an independent operation amidst a number of chain hotels on S. Meridian in OKC. On the positive side, the place seems to be clean, the rooms are large with refrigerators and microwaves, and there is a nice three-story atrium off the lobby with live plants, tables (for the breakfast buffet) and iron work that give off sort of a New Orleans vibe. There is also a nice, smallish outdoor pool at the back (an indoor sauna and spa as well). Staff was accommodating. The major issue here is aesthetic. The property looks tired (scuffed doors, chipped paint, etc., etc.) and needs maintenance. (Hand written door numbers on some rooms don't help.) As a property owner, I understand that you have to pick your battles. But some investment in the physical facility would probably pay off in the end.…