Biltmore Hotel Oklahoma
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Oklahoma City
We started today by heading to downtown Oklahoma City for the OKC National Memorial and Museum on the 1995 bombing. This was a very somber and moving experience. The memorial includes vacant chairs for each of the 168 victims. They use small chairs to depict the 19 children in the day care center who were killed. The museum was an excellent depiction of the day, from a recorded water commission hearing across the street on which the blast is heard, to ...
... side of the park. On our way out, we stopped at one of the many public jug-filling stations to fill our little water bottles with pure cooled spring water for the ride back to camp. It was a fun place to visit. Next time we will actually take a bath!
Today was mostly a driving day as we continued westbound into Oklahoma. At the border, however, we stopped at Fort Smith National Historic Site. This was a ...
... communities and got to the bottom ---the lake was DRY. BUT, after going back up to the plateau, wandering around some more we found the most incredible spot, overlooking the lake, beautifully designed camping spots......only on minor problem...the wind was blowing 40-50 miles an hour, which meant we would have been hunkered down in the RV. Screw that.
So we headed east......flat as tin-earned trumpeter. Terrain changes every 30 seconds, seemed like. It's ...
Literally... today we drove from Springfield to Oklahama City, through Kansas. Kansas owns only13 miles of the route 66 road, so it was a quick trip through this state. We did however pass a restored gas station which features an old Tow Mater - the inspiration for Mater from CARS. (well, thats according to our not alway so accurate guide/map book). Next stop: ...
Day 11 - Tuesday 10th September San Antonio > Oklahoma City - Interstate 35 North - Arrived at 4pm - stayed at Crowne Plaza - got taxi in traffic to brick town area - had dinner at Zio's (penne with sausage and meat sauce - YUM!) - walked around bricktown/river area Day 12 - Wed 11th September Oklahoma City > Santa ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
Historical Traveler Reviews Biltmore Hotel Oklahoma Oklahoma City
No Reservations Please....
I made a reservation for non-smoking, two double beds and reserved it with a credit card because I knew I would be coming in late. They held my room, but did not reserve a non-smoking room. The room was run down with wall paper falling off the wall, a closet door missing, cracks in the closet wall, and the batroom counter was falling apart. Stay away from room 652. Oh yeah, the smoke smell was not minor as the lady promised at the front counter.
I stayed at this particular hotel for almost two weeks while attending a class at the FAA Academy. Over this period of time, I was able to develop objective opinions of the accomodations, staff, and services provided at this hotel.
Great for Groups
We have our family reunion there every two years and everyone agrees it is one of the best places we have used to date. Great location, ample facilities and helpful employees. Not the Hilton but then neither are the prices and a great place for the family to stay!
Never stay again
The hotel was horrible! My shower kept going from hot to cold without me adjusting the temperature - I had to take a bath, but there was no stopper in the tub. Also, the curtains were torn and did not keep out the security light that was right outside my window. And the toilet was not very good either - you had to hold the button down for it to work.
Biltmore is okay
My girlfriend and I stayed at the Biltmore expecting a little more plush hotel. It looks like the Biltmore is occupying about three older buildings that used to be other establishments. Our stay was okay. It's decor is a little outdated, but our room was clean and the staff was friendly. They do have multiple pools and a recreation room, a restaurant, and a bar. It's located right off a major highway and the trolley will stop and take you to many of the "tourist sites". There are multiple eating establishments in the area. I probably wouldn't stay there again, but for the price it was satisfactory.
I have attended many military group reunions at the Biltmore before and after the changes in ownership. I have found the entire staff to be extremely friendly and helpful, the food was great and the rooms very comfortable. I highly recommend it
Never stay again
The hotel was okay but my complaint was when we checked out they charged us more for the room than what was aggreed on. The night manager gave us a rate and then the day manager said she could not do that and charged us the higher price for the 3 days. They said they left a message on the room phone which we never got. At the very least they should have given us the rate for the first night. We were VERY disappointed. We were with a group...we will definitely take our business elsewhere next year. And also notified our group of the problems.
I great place to stay
I have staid at the Biltmore and enjoyed my stay a great deal. they have very friendly staff, and the rooms are nice. I will be staying there again in November
We have stayed at the Biltomore Hotel for years with our children and the FFA groups. This is a very nice hotel and all of the staff are most accomadating. The rooms are always clean and nice. We have always been well cared for and enjoyed our stays at the Biltmore.
Not too good
The price was $63 a night. The entire hotel was out of date. The rooms were old and run down. I would not recommend it, nor would I go back.