Tulsa, OK prides itself on being a big city with small town heart, characterized by down home attractions, warm hospitality and loads of business opportunity. With a rich oil history, this city boasts fascinating roots, and many attractions and points of interest as a result.
Traveling can be expensive, no matter whether it is for business or pleasure, long-term travelers appreciate every opportunity they can to save while they are on the road. This is why extended stay hotels, with all of their convenient amenities are such a great, common-sense choice. TravelMag takes a look at some of Tulsa, OK’s most notable extended stay hotels.
The Extended Stay America Tulsa Central offers travelers clean, comfortable accommodations, without breaking the bank. These studio suites have full kitchens and enough space to unwind and recharge after a day of touring or of meetings. Long term travelers will like the convenience of having onsite coin-operated laundry as well and weekly full housekeeping service for longer stays. A grab and go breakfast is included with the room rate. The real appeal of this hotel, in addition to its value, is its location to junction of major arteries, which means convenient, quick access in and around Tulsa. Although there is a selection of shops and restaurants close by, guests are best to have access to a car for getting around.
From $49/ night
The Extended Stay America Tulsa Midtown hotel is similar to the Central location, in that it offers fully stocked kitchens in its rooms and great value for your accommodation dollar that hold great allure for budget-minded travelers. It has onsite laundry, a convenient and tasty grab and go breakfast ready when you are. There are some differences though. This hotel has an outdoor pool, complete with lounge chairs- the perfect place to spend the afternoon, or take a quick dip. This hotel also has a fitness room, so travelers can keep up their fitness routine while on the road. It’s located within the heart of Tulsa, which makes it a good central home base for traveling. Area points of interest include Tulsa Community College, Cowan Park, and Southroads Mall. McClure Park and Tulsa Promenade.
From $79/ night
Located less than 9 miles from downtown Tulsa and 10 miles from Tulsa International Airport the Hampton Inn & Suites Tulsa/Tulsa Hills offers moderately priced accommodations that feature contemporary décor and furnishings. Standard guest rooms are spacious and are configured for separate sitting and sleeping areas. Larger suites have ample work space, so are perfect for business travelers. These suites don’t have full kitchens, but do have small kitchenettes (i.e. microwave, refrigerator), which is handy for reheating restaurant leftovers and storing snacks. Guests have a couple of options for breakfast included with their room rate: a full hot breakfast or a breakfast to grab on your way out the door. There is also coin-operated laundry on premises. A pool (open seasonally) and a fitness centre let active travelers remain active during their trip. This hotel’s location is handy, not only for visiting some of Tulsa’s most distinctive downtown attractions, but because it is within walking distance of a number of big box stores, malls and restaurants.
From $89/ night
Homewood Suites by Hilton Tulsa-South is a moderately priced suite hotel that offers guest very spacious rooms that are jam-packed with amenities to enhance stays for long term guests, or for guests who like an apartment-style feel to their accommodations. Depending on space and comfort requirements, guests can choose between studios, one or two bedroom suites. Each room provides a completely stocked kitchen, including a supply of utensils and cookware. A nice bonus in this room is the dishwasher, which makes eating in not only more cost-effective, but convenient as well. Suites have two flat screen TVs (in living area and bedroom). For guests in need of laundry service, there is a coin-operated laundry and valet dry cleaning available. Some nice extra perks at this hotel include an option for a personal shopper to stock your fridge and a free hot breakfast. There is also a deli on site, as well as a 24-hr convenience store, in case you forgot anything. This hotel is located in south Tulsa, in a more suburban neighborhood, with a number of shops and restaurants nearby.
From $69/ night
Holiday Inn Hotel Suites Tulsa South is located in the southern part of Tulsa as well (just like its name sounds). It is slightly less expensive than the nearby Homewood Suites, but doesn’t have full kitchen amenities in the rooms. The rooms however are spacious and cleverly configured to maximize space and define separate areas for sleeping and working. There are kitchenette facilities in the rooms, which makes storing snacks or reheating a quick meal convenient. There is a selection of different rooms and prices, with your basic standard double room all the way up to a one-bedroom suite that has two flat screen TVs (one in the bedroom and one in the living area). Guests can swim year round in their indoor saltwater pool. This hotel is appealing as a home base for tourists to Tulsa, because of its proximity to major artery Hwy 169/64, granting easy passage to a number of Tulsa attractions. The Tulsa Zoo, Tulsa Air and Space Museum and Mohawk Park are all nearby.