Hyatt Regency Tulsa
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Not that bad
My family and I just returned from the Tulsa Crown Plaza, after attending an event at the convention center. Before staying at the hotel, I read some of the reviews as was worried. However, once we arrived I realized the hotel was not that bad. This hotel is definatly for business travelers and was very quiet since we arrived on a Saturday. It is not nasty or completly run down. Our room had a nice bed with new coverings and a large T.V. with a nice armoire. The bathroom had no mold and was clean. The hotel could use a renovation, but only because some of the furnishings are somewhat out dated (but are actually in pretty good shape) Yes the pool could use some personality, it's a bit uninviting, but looked clean and was functional. I used the fitness center and found it to be basic and also clean and functional. If you can reserve this hotel under $60 a nite, book it. You can not beat that price for what you get. The hotel desk staff even informed me of the price line price of $40, for my next visit. (It will cost you $10per night for parking in their garage next to the hotel)
Good business hotel, centrally located.
Excellent location, central to downtown. Bring earplugs because trains go by on the North side all night long--or ask @ front desk for a room away from the trains. I work downtown & this is one of the three hotels I recommend to my clients; this one is the most convenient location for business downtown.
Have been to several charity dinners there; very nice dinner service for several hundred people.
Not too shabby....
We stayed here while in town for a football game. The room wasn't bad. The restaurant wasn't anything to call home about! The breakfast buffet wasn't great. The menu for dinner is small and it took a LONG time to get our food.
The "downtown" area was bare with nothing really to do. Parking cost us $10/day and they were doing construction in the deck so we had to walk all around to get to the hotel. There seems to be lots of renovating going on in the downtown area.
Not bad for $40
I got this hotel on Priceline for $40/night and then read the reviews and got really panicky, but in fact, it was a very pleasant experience for the price. The room and bathroom were very clean (although the hallway was still recovering from New Year's eve the night before - cases of beer waiting to be taken out, etc.). But the bed was new and very comfortable, and everything worked.
The wireless internet, although free, is a little spotty, which was a bummer. It kept fading in and out and when I called downstairs, they gave me the number for their tech support (as if I want to deal with that). But the business center was always free and worked just fine for me, and the staff at the desk were friendly, if a little absent-minded.
Yes, there's a Starbucks affiliate in the lobby, but the coffee was pretty weak and not Starbucksy. Needs some help, but it looked pretty new. Maybe they haven't had Barista 101 training yet.
Also, parking is not included - it's an extra $10/day for limitless entry to an adjacent garage. And the "fitness center" is kind of a joke - a postage-stamp sized place adjacent to a bizarre "indoor/outdoor" pool that looked like some kind of water treatment facility.
But for what I paid, this place was a great deal - good location in downtown Tulsa, lots of places to walk to, good staff and a quiet hotel. Nice new beds helped, too, and a lovely view of downtown's main park area. But don't pay much more than $40 or you'll be disappointed.
I thought I had seen it all
I have just completed a stay at the Crowne Plaza in Tulsa and being my first visit to the town was interested to see what this once thriving metropolis would be like. The hotel is downtown which seems to consist mainly of open air car lots (I take it parking in Tulsa is never a problem). The hotel entrance contains a bizarre chandelier sculpture reminiscent of something from a 70s science fiction film. The decor of the hotel is best described as based on the interior design of your average pizza hut. I particularly enjoyed the unclean toilets (washrooms in American) and paint flaking off the ceiling in my room. The pool area was equally charming with its mildew laden roof and walls and made all the more so by a maintenance man pouring in chlorine whilst I was swimming. One last comment - don't expect the shuttle service to actually take you any where - it didn't turn up for us despite having booked it at the front desk.
No better way to experince Tulsa!
I loved this hotel! It was right in the heart of downtown. Ask for a room on the 5th floor or higher if possible because the views are amazing. They also had a Starbucks cafe that just opened, which was a nice surprise and the friendly girl at the front desk told me that a spa was opening in February as well. This hotel had a wonderful classic appeal to it, I will be back.
Mixed experience at Crowne Plaza
My stay at Crowne Plaza, Tulsa was a mixed experience, for sure!
This hotel is centrally located in the downtown area. Rooms are spacious and more than adequate.
Food ordered from room service was plentiful and good. Early morning
food from the lobby-level dining room was very spotty and staff
was less than efficient, many times.
The most noticeable deficiency was the inadequate and poorly-trained
staff, especially at the front desk.
Should have stayed somewhere else
We knew we would be in trouble when the shuttle never showed up after an hour. We finally took a taxi and then the only "good" thing that happened from there was the clerk at the front desk "Rose" the elevators didn't work on Sunday morning when we were checking out so we had to carry our luggage down 9 flights to make our scheduled appointment. The restaurant was not prepared to handle the amount of people staying there. All in all it was not a great trip and I will not recommend this hotel to anyone else.
Disappointed in a Tulsa landmark
I booked a room in the Crowne Plaza which is the old Adam's Mark downtown. This was for a bachelorette party on Sat. 9/25. Expecting a luxurious cornerstone of downtown Tulsa, my friends and I were excited about the stay. However, we were disappointed to find that this hotel that everyone in Tulsa (at least that I talked to) thought was such a great spot was run-down and extremely outdated with no obvious luxury appointments. I am sad about this because I am originally from Tulsa and I want their downtown hotels to make a good first impression to travelers. Updates are unbelievably needed (i.e. hallway carpet that isn't stained, rumpled up in spots and having an indeterminate odor). The staff seemed nice and I can't say it was unclean, but it has the potential to be so much more. It is not luxurious, and that it the image that it seems to portray. I think that there may be plans for renovations in the next several years, which would be great, but until then, don't expect too much from this one.
Stayed here the night of our wedding reception. Bar closed before midnight...not sure what was up with that! Rate was expensive for type of room we got. Room was clean, but needed refurbishment. Hotel staff was ok..... We are very well traveled people......not sure if we would stay there again or even suggest the hotel unless you got it for under $49.
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