Hampton Inn I-40 E (Tinker Air Force Base)
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
Photos of Hampton Inn I-40 E (Tinker Air Force Base)
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn I-40 E (Tinker Air Force Base) Midwest City
Travel Blogs from Midwest City
... I felt like I was back in Thailand with all those Asian guys trying to sell me suits, except this time it was Latino guys trying to sell me tours.
It wasn’t really the vision I had for this city, which seemed so glamourous and stylish from the other side of the globe.
Santa Monica Pier and Venice Beach were excellent. Seeing the end of the Route 66 was cool and the ice cream was of high quality too. We had ...
... three cameras record all aspects of worship, which are streamed to the Internet. Advertising and notices are minimal, preaching is for 30 minutes, followed by a strong call to commitment both to faith and funds. There is no further music. The congregation is dismissed with the words "see you next week". The facility is designed to maximise welcome and hospitality with a large kids church and ample evidence of home groups, which run throughout ...
... repairs and alterations!!! That's really cool!!!! The lady there was very friendly & helped us find whatever we were looking for. Next, we went to the railroad museum. That was a very fun place to visit!!! I recommend anyone who has kids should DEFINITELY go there!! It was very cool to see how the trains of the past worked, compared to today's trains. . . It was very fun! Afterwards, we walked back to the condo at Camp Wannecke. A GREAT ...
... but to joint the interstates where Hard Rock Cafe was placed, which had been built over the Route 66 going into Tulsa. Art Deco City - We drove to downtown Tulsa to 35th St, and parked up in the Crows Creek car park, a couple of meaty Harley's upfront with an open front diner. It was mid day so ideal time to take ooportunity to feed up. I had onion soup and Andy the $4 crow burger. We were sat next to the couple of bikers, the woman's was the tri-Harley. We ...
... spent hours and hours there. We met with 4 Manchurian lads also doing Route 66 and also getting lost frequently!!!
Inside this museum were a number of creepy manikins. Mark joked and said "they'll come back to haunt u in your dreams!" And W"hen the lights go off they come to life. ". At that point I was ready to leave.