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Named for the Choctaw phrase ‘okra humma’, Oklahoma is steeped in Native American history, as well as boasting picturesque mountains, expansive plains, dramatic red earth and an impressive 33 state parks. A hugely popular destination, Oklahoma offers a wide range of accommodation options, spanning from quirky self-catering apartments to opulent luxury hotels. Whether you’re eager to zip along Route 66 or to catch a rodeo, our pick of the best places to stay in Oklahoma features some striking city hotels, promising a taste of the region’s hubs before you venture out to discover its natural wonders.
Oklahoma has the largest population of Native Americans in the USA and is a brilliant place to discover Indigenous American history and culture. The Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival, held every June, is an excellent place to start, with a captivating programme of events for the whole family to enjoy. The Chickasaw Cultural Centre, Five Civilized Tribes Museum, Standing Bear Monument, Cherokee Heritage Centre and Red Earth Art Centre all make for fascinating visits, too. For a sense of the region’s Old West history, on the other hand, head to the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa, or to the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. Stay on a working ranch for the ultimate cowboy experience, attend a buzzing rodeo event, or listen to some classic country music at a bar or live music venue. Oklahoma has a buzzing annual events scene — do look into what’s on before you plan your trip!
Lovers of the great outdoors will adore exploring leafy Beavers Bend State Park or Turner Falls Park, whilst you can admire the Ouachita Mountains from your car on the Talimena National Scenic Byway, a 186-mile stretch of beautiful road with panoramic viewpoints and various sites of historic interest. The byway is at its most glorious in the autumn, as the foliage changes colour. Don’t miss the chance to drive along the legendary Route 66, either. More than 400 miles of the iconic highway are located in Oklahoma, with the most impressive stretch being between Tulsa and Oklahoma City, along the Will Rogers Turnpike. Marvel at the Golden Driller statue in Tulsa and spot the super-kitsch Blue Whale of Catoosa as you ride across the region.
Home to abundant natural wonders, Oklahoma also has some lively metropolitan hubs, including Oklahoma City and Tulsa, as well as the intriguing city of Bartlesville. Oklahoma City promises a fascinating blend of Southern hospitality, cowboy culture and contemporary living, whilst Tulsa boasts the imposing Philbrook Museum of Art and super-cool Cain’s Ballroom, one of the USA’s top music venues — an epic place to catch a gig. Oklahoma’s first state capital, charming Guthrie, is also well worth a visit for its cultural sites and elegant Victorian-era architecture.
Whether you’re attracted by the history, the state parks or an adventure along Route 66, the best places to stay in Oklahoma promise a seriously special place to lay your head after an action-packed day of discovery. Oklahoma is especially popular with visitors during the summer months, so book your stay well in advance to avoid missing out!
The best places to stay in Oklahoma
For Oklahoma City
- 21C Museum Hotel is part museum, part hotel and is thought to be one of Oklahoma City's finest establishments. The chic industrial conversion features stylish rooms, trendy art installations and atmospheric communal areas. Ideal for an energetic weekend in the city.
- The Ambassador promises a luxurious base in the heart of Oklahoma City's Midtown district. Spacious rooms have a contemporary classic feel, and the outdoor pool is a real highlight. You're close to the city's key sites, but the hotel does offer a complimentary shuttle if you're not keen to walk! Grown-up and indulgent.
- Inn at Price Tower is situated in the only realised skyscraper designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and has become something of an American institution since its creation in 1956. Think nineteen stylish, modern rooms with bold splashes of colour, and a trendy bar in an architectural landmark. Perfectly located for visiting the impressive Price Tower Arts Center, this is one for architecture aficionados.
For a holiday home or apartment
- If you'd prefer a self-catering option, we suggest that you visit our online partner Booking.com.
- Fly to the Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City or to the Tulsa International Airport. There are also a number of smaller international and domestic hubs across the state. You can easily travel by bus or taxi from the airport to your hotel or apartment.
- There is so much to see beyond the limits of Oklahoma's cities -- from state parks to sites of national Native American importance and a large portion of the iconic Route 66 -- and most of these places are best accessed by road. Contact our online partner Rentalcars if you would like to hire a car and maximise your ability to explore.
- Oklahoma is a great year-round destination, but most of the region's annual festivals take place during the summer months. This is also the hottest time of the year, with temperatures averaging at around 30°C between June and September. Come in the spring or autumn for cooler climes and fewer crowds.
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Inn at Price Tower Bartlesville, Oklahoma 19 rooms from £135Local exploring - Perfect for exploring Bartlesville and the Price Tower Cultural centre.Sights nearby - Visit Woolaroc, which houses a selection of artwork and the most complete collection of Colt firearms in the world.Restaurant - Recommended.Full of character
Bradford House Oklahoma City 36 rooms from £124Barefoot Luxury - Fab in-room deluxe touches include Apple TVs, French terry-lined bathrobes, Molton Brown bath products & Bellino Fine LinensLocal exploring - Feel all the 'home-away-from-home' vibes in this well-located base, perfect for exploring Oklahoma's UptownValue chic - A rare gem; true boutique chic in a great neighbourhood at very affordable pricesSights nearby - Local sites of interest include Myriad Botanical Gardens, Will Rodgers Park, Garden & Conservatory and Factory ObscuraRecommended by - Tablet
Historic home lovingly converted into a boutique hotel & restaurant brimming with character. Rooms in the main house & modern extension - set around a leafy courtyard - all have deluxe touches that guarantee spoiling stays. Eclectic decor sourced from around the world creates a fun & retro feel. See More
Hotel Indigo Tulsa Downtown Tulsa 93 rooms from £127Business meetings - Perfet base for business; think high-tech meeting rooms with city views, stunning rooftop terrace & great on-site cateringLocal exploring - Whether in town for business or pleasure, the downtown entertainment district location is fantasticRoof terrace - Roof Sixty Six Rooftop Bar is the place to take in the best views of TulsaRestaurant - Prospect Local Bar & Kitchen takes classic dishes from the 1920s & gives them a contemporary spin (dinner available Fri & Sat)
Contemporary hotel with deluxe touches in the heart of Tulsa's entertainment district. Decor blends industrial-chic with modern luxury in well-designed rooms. Walk to the sites or host business events in an on-trend setting. A happening restaurant, 24-hour gym & rooftop bar seal the deal. City cool. See More
Tulsa Club Hotel Tulsa 96 rooms from £129Weddings - For deluxe city weddings there are stunning venues including a grand ballroom, mezzanine & rooftop terraceCity Style - The place to stay if you're looking for Art Deco glamour, a sexy cocktail bar & skyline terraceRestaurant - Chamber restaurant combines classic cuisine with contemporary touches. Grab a craft cocktail at the glossy Commerce cocktail barFull of character
Downtown design-led base combining modern levels of luxury with the glamour of the roaring 1920s. Stylish public areas — including a restaurant, buzzing bar & lobby lounge — sport soaring ceilings & Art Deco decor. Slinky rooms boast sleek furnishings, velvet & marble touches. A sexy city property. See More
The Mayo Hotel Tulsa 102 rooms from £140Historic - A hotel since 1925 built during the oil boom, this iconic property has been hosting prominent guests for nearly a centuryLocal exploring - Nestled within Tulsa's Art Deco buzzing downtown, there's easy access to the arts, entertainment, sites & nightlifeBusiness meetings - Works for all types of events with board rooms, grand hall, ballrooms, parlours, writing rooms & rooftop terraceRoof terrace - Amazing rooftop bar offers unobstructed 360 views of the city. Expect craft cocktails, light bites & live musicRecommended by - Tablet
Art Deco grand dame in the downtown entertainment district. A soaring double-height lobby leads to retro-chic rooms & spacious suites designed for both business & leisure. In addition to two restaurants & a bar, the panoramic roof terrace is very special. Luxury elegance in the heart of the action. See More
The Campbell Hotel Tulsa 26 rooms from £140Business meetings - Expansive events area - including ballrooms and boardroom - are perfect for large conferences, meetings, weddings & socialsRomantic Break - The romantic Renaissance Bridal Suite boasts a two-person jetted tub and a draped four poster bedWhirlpool Bathtub - Several of the suites feature whirlpool jetted tubs for one or two guestsViews - Certain rooms offer skyline views
Historic boutique hotel and event space minutes from downtown Tulsa. Statement rooms are one-of-a-kind, each boasts unique decor ranging from Art Deco to Native Indian; expect marble, chandeliers & bold colour schemes. Grab refreshments at the bar or indulge at the spa. A multi-purpose city base. See More
Frontier Hotel Pawhuska, Oklahoma 20 rooms from £150Foodies - Much-loved The Pioneer Women's Mercantile is opposite. It's run by well-known author & TV host Ree DrummondLocal exploring - Convenient downtown location for exploring Pawhuska and Osage countyGreat walks - Serious hikers will enjoy a day out of the city to scenic Bluestem Falls. Alternatively walk around Lake PawhuskaSights nearby - Cross the The Swinging Bridge, a wood-planked suspension bridge dating from 1926
Deluxe boutique property in the heart of Pawhuska. Homely rooms with charming farmhouse decor & horse-theme touches come with downtown views & kitchenettes; each one is unique due to the characterful 1920s building. A famous restaurant across the street and other options nearby. Close to everything. See More
The Ambassador Oklahoma City (OK) 54 rooms from £151Local exploring - Ideally set in Midtown district, close to many of the city's main attractions, and perfect for exploring the city on footSights nearby - Wander by Oklahoma State Capitol and admire the impressive architectureRestaurant - Cafe Cuvee is a relaxed venue serving French Bistro style dishes.Great walks - Take a stroll through the pictureusque Myriad Botanical Gardens
A luxury hotel set in an Art Deco building in Oklahoma City's Midtown District. Rooms have a contemporary feel with soft grey hues, crisp white linen and large bathrooms complete with rain showers. Located minutes from many of the major attractions, with a complimentary shuttle too! Superb. See More
Shiloh Morning Inn Ardmore, Oklahoma 9 rooms from £155Romantic Break - Romantic packages include chocolate-covered strawberries, one dozen roses and dinner for two served in guests roomActive Holiday - Lake Murray State Park, 5,700 acre lake offers swimming, boating, water sports, tennis, riding and hikingRestaurant - A three-course breakfast is served every morning and a two-course dinner option is avaliableGreat walks - The inn has over a mile of meandering paths that include hammocks and benches along the way
A luxury B&B set in the hills halfway between Dallas and Oklahoma City. Romantic and contemporary rooms feature four-poster beds, fireplaces, private balconies and two-person jetted tubs. Relax by the pond on an Adirondack chair. Delicious three-course breakfast. An idyllic rural hideaway. See More
The Skirvin Hilton Oklahoma City 225 rooms from £159Weddings - Classic choice for city weddings for over a century. Grand ballrooms, city views and slick service combine to create special dayLocal exploring - Convenient downtown location means all city's top sites, museums, restaurants and entertainment venues are walking distanceBusiness meetings - 18,500 square feet of flexible meeting space including ballrooms, lounges and board, event & conference roomsSights nearby - Top city sites include Myriad Botanical Gardens, Chickasaw Plaza and Oklahoma City National Memorial
Contemporary classic luxury hotel with illustrious history in heart of downtown. Deluxe rooms plus wide range of facilities including conference space, gym and indoor pool. Old-world charm extends to smart grill restaurant and piano bar. For those who want to explore from comfortable five-star base. See More
The Ellison Oklahoma City (Oklahoma) 120 rooms from £159Local exploring - Walking distance to shops, eatreries, parks and many museums, and downtown is a short drive awayCity Style - Effortless elegance with chic rooms, communal areas and coffee-to-cocktails dining atmosphereRestaurant - Milo offers Oklahoma favourites such as Buttermilk Fried Chicken and the house specialty, the Milo BurgerSights nearby - Take a water taxi down the Bricktown Canal and discover the area's rich history
Smart modern hotel nestled in Northwest Okalahoma City. Plush rooms are decorated in neutral tones with pops of navy, orange and gold, some with floor-to-ceiling windows for city skyline views. Milo serves traditional fare & a rooftop pool and bar add a cool, relaxed vibe. A chic city getaway. See More
21c Museum Hotel, Oklahoma City Oklahoma City 135 rooms from £269City Style - Right in the heart of the city it's perfect for exploring the sights and sounds of Oklahoma City.Sights nearby - Ten minutes walk from the Myriad Botanical Gardens.Restaurant - Recommended.Spa
Ambassador Hotel Tulsa 55 rooms from £285Business meetings - Fab base for business with ergonomic in-room work spaces, a 24-hour business centre & walking distance to Cox Convention CentreLocal exploring - Well-located to explore Tulsa Art District with its museums, art galleries, shops, parks, restaurants & barsCity Style - Fireside lobby, unique artwork, farm-to-table dining and a sense of place create a lovely boutique feelGreat walks - City's nearby riverfront park - Gathering Place - has trails, sports courts, playgrounds, gardens & boat rentals
An elegant hotel combining a rich history with modern luxuries. The beautiful facade houses grand rooms designed for both work & play. Grab brunch & dinner at the buzzing bistro or enjoy wine tastings at the bar. With a complimentary shuttle & Arts District location, this is a chic city base. See More