For a smaller budget you will find 45 options in Oklahoma City, such as Days Inn Oklahoma City South with rates from 31US$ that features free self-parking, a Jacuzzi and a swimming pool. On a budget, you will find Executive Inn within a short walking distance of Frontier City Theme Park.
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Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Visitors planning their first trip to Oklahoma City, should think about staying in the downtown at one of the 3 hotels, such as Renaissance Oklahoma City Convention Center Hotel situated near Myriad Gardens. Pick one of the many hotels in downtown Oklahoma City, such as Hampton Inn & Suites Oklahoma City-Bricktown.
You might consider booking Colcord Hotel, which is about 750 feet from Myriad Gardens and features a Jacuzzi, basketball and a wellness center. Nice options near Summit Gyms (OKC) include the 3-star Hilton Garden Inn Oklahoma City Bricktown within close proximity to Mickey Mantle's Steakhouse restaurant.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Oklahoma City
The luxury 4-star The Skirvin Hilton Oklahoma City features a health club, a Jacuzzi and a swimming pool and is a 10-minute walk from Ford Center. Travelers searching for boutique hotels in Oklahoma City can opt for Oyo Townhouse Oklahoma City Airportor Comfort Inn At Founders Tower. Courtyard Oklahoma City North and Courtyard By Marriott Oklahoma City Northwest near Target should be at the top of your list if you prefer reliable service.
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Cozy Chisholm Charm is a standard B&B that is a 30-minute walk from Church of the Rock. Top business hotels in Oklahoma City include Quality Inn & Suites Fairgrounds West and Sleep Inn & Suites. Four Points By Sheraton Oklahoma City Quail Springs is rated one of the best resorts in Oklahoma City, offering free self-parking, an indoor swimming pool and a swimming pool.
City Guide: Discover the best of Oklahoma City
All roads in America lead to Oklahoma City.
Set on Route 66 the mother road of all roads as John Steinbeck, famous author immortalized it in his work ''Grapes of Wrath'' - Oklahoma City stands right alongside this famed highway.
Thus, it takes a huge effort to pass Oklahoma City by. But you can escape a bit noisy traffic in your Oklahoma hotel, of course booked in advance at Booked.net. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Oklahoma or luxury appointed one, we have collected them all for you with maps, photos and secure forms at Booked.net.
A few decades back this road saw only horseshoes of the city's cowboy past, but once a cow town Oklahoma City worked really hard to re-emerge towards becoming a global destination. Actually, what is now Oklahoma City is an ''artificial product'' of American Government that forced the Five Civilized Tribes to resettle into the lands of Oklahoma.
This road became a bitter pill for people as many died in the process thus this path would latter acquire a name of ''Trail of Tears''. In the late 1800's the first "Boomers" – so-called oil well pioneers – would settle in Oklahoma that time already thriving on its oil deposits.
On April 19, 1995 another bitter pill would be swallowed when Timothy McVeigh parked a truck with explosives in front of the Alfred P. Murrah federal building. This explosion would reverberate across the world.
Today many Oklahoma tourists mainly associate it with this terrorist act, but in reality the city is far from this. Oklahoma City is known as the 'Horse Show Capital of the World' enjoyable for family outings like camping, fishing and water sports in its three nearby lakes and sightseeing to add. Attractions include;
- Oklahoma's state capitol building is the only capitol in the world with an oil well under it
- Oklahoma City Museum of Art, a home to the richest collection of Chihuly glass in the world
- Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, the most visible attraction in the city
- The Myriad Gardens, an impressive urban park to take a stroll
From strolls in green areas to museum tours you can experience it all in Oklahoma City that stretches out about 621.2sqmiles in the Sandstone Hills region of state of Oklahoma. There is nothing easier for you than a trip to Oklahoma City if you consult Booked.net.