Oklahoma's Boutique Hotels

Enjoy luxurious amenities and grand decor at Oklahoma’s historic boutique hotels, where impeccable style and service will make you feel right at home.

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Pack a bag and head to one of the elite boutique hotels in Oklahoma City, Tulsa or any other of Oklahoma’s amazing cities and discover what you’ve been missing. Whether you’re looking for a way to rekindle the romance or just want to treat yourself to something special, your expectations will be blown away with one of these top-notch stays.

Oklahoma City

The Colcord Hotel

What was once Oklahoma City’s first skyscraper has been completely renovated into a luxurious boutique hotel in the heart of downtown. Pull right up to the 12-story Colcord Hotel and check into one of its spacious rooms, where you’ll enjoy a luxurious stay. Known for its intimate, unique ambiance, the Colcord effortlessly blends timeless luxury with modern style. Keep your camera handy because the Colcord’s modern art deco lobby is quite a sight. You will be amazed by details like gleaming marble, ornate nickel elevator doors and intricate plasterwork throughout the hotel. Order a wake-up call and greet the day with a mug of freshly brewed coffee or tea upon request.

The Skirvin Hilton Hotel

Located in the heart of downtown Oklahoma City, the Skirvin Hilton Hotel will put you within walking distance of many major attractions and venues, including the Paycom Center and the Bricktown Entertainment District. This iconic hotel has been synonymous with elegance in downtown Oklahoma City since its construction in 1911. Though it is one of Oklahoma City’s oldest hotels, the Skirvin has been completely renovated and includes all the modern conveniences you’d expect from a top-tier hotel. To add to its legendary status, tales of hauntings in the hotel have been reported, so keep an eye for any friendly specters during your stay.

The National Hotel

The National Hotel is the result of a herculean effort to restore Oklahoma City’s iconic First National Center to its former glory. The crown jewel of this boutique hotel is the lobby, held tall by the original marble columns, adorned with original, restored murals that depicts major moments in Oklahoma history and even the original teller windows complete with worn grooves where bank customers of yesteryear left their mark. Enjoy these breathtaking surroundings while you drink and dine at Tellers, which boasts a menu full of regional Italian cuisine and craft cocktails. The building also houses Stock & Bond steakhouse, a bar housed in the bank’s original vault and an abundance of shopping opportunities.

The Ellison Hotel

The Ellison Hotel is one of Oklahoma’s most unique boutique hotels. The hotel interior’s sunset colors and sprawling bookcase in the main lounge is heavily influenced by its namesake, renowned Oklahoma-born novelist Ralph Ellison. The hotel’s on-site Milo Restaurant offers local ingredients and innovative takes on comfort favorites that are meticulously crafted by Chef Josh Valentine, an Oklahoma native and former “Top Chef” finalist. During warmer weather months, you can also enjoy the dazzling Oklahoma City skyline at sunset from the comfort of the Rooftop Pool & Bar.


Ambassador Hotel

You’ll experience pure elegance at the Ambassador Hotel in downtown Tulsa, where attention to detail reigns supreme. In keeping with the Italian Renaissance style, each of the lavishly appointed guest rooms includes marble-topped vanities and Italian stone baths. Curl up with a good book or enjoy the extraordinary view from the double-paned casement windows – you’ll feel like royalty as the sparkling Tulsa skyline spreads out before you. Make sure to spot the nearby [Boston Avenue United Methodist Church]https://www.travelok.com/listings/view.profile/id.695), which is renowned for its art deco style. With just seven oversized rooms per floor, your stay at the Ambassador Hotel in Tulsa will evoke a sense of privacy and exclusivity. Grab a tasty meal at the on-site Chalkboard Restaurant and you won’t need to leave the hotel for anything.

The Mayo Hotel

Standing as a renowned piece of Tulsa’s history, the Mayo Hotel is the epitome of 1920s opulence. From the grand lobby with its expansive ceiling and multiple chandeliers to the sweeping staircase and multiple sitting areas complete with chaise lounges, one step into this boutique hotel will take your breath away. The Mayo Hotel in Tulsa is conveniently located in downtown Tulsa, so you will be within walking distance to the BOK Center, Tulsa Arts District and Blue Dome Entertainment Districts and the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. Grab a drink with friends or a delicious dinner on the Mayo’s rooftop bar and on-site restaurant, Trula, to dine and dance the night away.

The Campbell Hotel

Located along Route 66 in Tulsa, the Campbell Hotel is small in size, yet big on style. Originally built in 1927, the hotel has since been renovated to include modern conveniences in each of the 26 uniquely themed rooms. Indulge in services from the on-site spa or visit the Campbell Lounge for a full service bar. At the Campbell Hotel, you’ll notice touches of Spanish colonial architecture from the tiled roof to terra cotta ornaments, which are remnants of its earlier days as the Casa Loma Hotel. Today, this boutique hotel pays tribute to unique Oklahoma people and places with its Route 66 room, Oil Barons suite and Leon Russell room.

The Brut Hotel

Tulsa’s Brut Hotel features a modern twist on the 1950's brutalist-style that it’s named for. Visitors are first struck by the minimalist but elegant construction that is on display from the exterior to the lobby to the rooms. During your stay, take in the nearby Arkansas River and downtown Tulsa skyline from the hotel’s roof that comes together to create one of the city’s most beautiful vistas. You’re only a short walk, drive or bike ride from Tulsa finest attractions like the Gathering Place, Woody Guthrie Center, Phillbrook Museum of Art, making a The Brut a perfect hub for your long weekend activities.

Tulsa Club Hotel

The Tulsa Club Hotel was renovated in 2019 to restore the historic elegance of Bruce Goff’s original 1927 design. Walk through the Art Deco-style lobby and lounge where Tulsans have attended high-class events for generations. No stay at the Tulsa Club Hotel is complete without a meal in the Chamber Restaurant, the hotel’s on-site, French-influenced restaurant and bar that serves Executive Chef Demarcus Kelly’s culinary creations using farm-to-table ingredients.


Inn at Price Tower - Bartlesville

Located in Frank Lloyd Wright’s only skyscraper, the Inn at Price Tower in Bartlesville provides a unique lodging experience where you can literally stay in a piece of art. Standing at 19 stories tall, the Price Tower boasts a total of 16 guest rooms and three suites as well as the tower’s museum and 15th floor Copper Bar. Futuristic design elements like concrete walls and floors, copper paneling and geometric design can be seen throughout the tower, and tours are available.

The Artesian Hotel, Casino & Spa - Sulphur

Conveniently settled among the breathtaking beauty of the Chickasaw National Recreation Area about halfway between Oklahoma City and Dallas is a stunning boutique hotel with a rich history. [The Artesian Hotel, Casino & Spa] in Sulphur stands out as an Oklahoma oasis with some of the best amenities you'll find in the state. The fun never ends at The Artesian, where a spa, casino, two restaurants and a handful of upscale boutiques will keep you entertained. Don't forget to make time for a soothing dip in the indoor or outdoor pool and browse the impressive art gallery on site before settling into your immaculate suite boasting lush linens, swanky decor and all the comforts of home.

The Noun Hotel - Norman

Whether it’s football time in Oklahoma or you're visiting campus and the Norman sights, [The Noun Hotel]https://www.travelok.com/listings/view.profile/id.32026) is the boutique hotel for you. This marvel of modern luxury is located steps away from the University of Oklahoma campus and the Campus Corner district, making it the ideal accommodation for a Norman stay. Enjoy beautiful decor throughout the hotel that incorporates imagery from the state’s Western heritage and touches of the iconic OU Sooner crimson and cream. For game day stays, the Noun offers packages specifically tailored to maximize your Sooner experience. Enjoy a delicious meal, refreshing cocktail and breathtaking view of one of the nation’s most beautiful campuses from the comfort of the on-site restaurants the Supper Club and ONE Bar.

Atherton Hotel

Stillwater’s Atherton Hotel is the go-to accommodation of not only Oklahoma State University football fans but also the OSU football team. The Cowboys stay in this Georgian-style gem prior to each home game and then make the walk to the nearby Boone Pickens Stadium. In addition to the excitement of the team, guests can enjoy incredible views of the OSU campus including iconic locations like the Theta Pond and Price Family Garden. No stay at Atherton is complete without a meal at the Ranchers Club, the on-site upscale restaurant that serves Oklahoma-grown produce and premium steaks.

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