The Skirvin Hilton Oklahoma City
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... boot that used to be outside the business easily seen from the road. One of the most notable parts of this place is the offer (made public on billboards starting several hundred miles outside of Amarillo) that one can get a free dinner if s/he finishes a 72 ounce steak in an hour. On our way to the restaurant, our driver told us of a famed young mother of four who is known for finishing the 72 ounce steak in 4 minutes, followed by another in ...
Monday June 16
- iScoot Palm Beach (biking around WPB)
- Walk around North Avenue
Tuesday June 17
- Apoxee Wilderness Trail
- Mounts Botanical Garden (picnic for lunch at location)
- Uptown Art (6:30-9)
Wednesday June 18
- Lion Safari Country
- Fly home
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We arrive in Oklahoma meeting the friendly locals. The accents are so cool but hard to understand. We head to our hotel, Cambridge Inn. A very cozy place and really nice staff. But enough of the hotel, lets go to White Water Bay. My favorite was the Bermuda Triangle where you can pick either one of the 3 high speed ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews The Skirvin Hilton Oklahoma City
Every staff member we encountered was exceptionally friendly, courteous and helpful. We stayed on a Friday night and had tickets to see "Wicked" at the OKC Civic Center that evening. I was surprised that even in a small city like Oklahoma City that there was no taxi stand. The bellman had to call for one. After waiting for just a couple minutes, he directed another staff member to take us there (only five blocks away) in their black sedan. We were very impressed by the gesture. When he dropped us off at the door, he left us with his personal cell phone number to call when we wanted picked up. Afterward we called but got no answer, so we just walked back to the hotel (again, only five blocks). That was another place we were surprised not to see any taxis waiting. It was a beautiful night, so we didn't mind walking.
Stayed at the Skirvin for only one night, but wish it had been more. There are very few like this one anywhere. A historic property that has been amazingly and painstakingly renovated. It has every modern convenience, yet retains its historic charm.
Stayed at the Skirvin May 4, 2007 for 39th wedding anniversary- surprised by how small the rooms were ( remember it was built 95 years ago) but everything was beautiful from the choice of furnishings, paint, drapes, crown molding, 32inch LCD flat-screen TV- the bed and pillows were outstanding- we indulged ourselves by sleeping 10 hrs straight! Be sure to explore the place- everything has been beautifully restored (opened again in Feb, 2007)- be sure to see the red piano bar and the 2-story long red drapes. The location is excellent- Bricktown is only a couple of blocks away- it is one block from Cox Convention Center and 2 blocks from Ford Center, both of which host a lot of sporting events and concerts.
Just wrapping up a four day stay at the Skirvin on business and I can't say enough about what a wonderful treat this has been in OKC. After reading the reviews - I was very encouraged. After arriving I was totally delighted.
The Skirvin Hotel is t he fanciest hotel in Oklahoma City. It's like stepping back in time with todays moden touches. Guest room was filled wit beautiful art deco furnshingsand the 32in flat screen tv was great. Everyone was very friendly and very prompt and courteous they took well care of us and saw that are needs were met, Great place to relax and take in all OKC has to offer. Will stay there again. When going to OKC you must stay in this hotel a great value also with all it has to offer.
This was my first stay at the " newly " renovated Skirvin Hilton located in the heart of downtown OKC. My experience at this beautiful hotel far exceeded any positive reviews that I read about beforehand. It was obvious that Hilton managed to retain the appeal and character of a very old hotel while incorporating modern accents and polished pieces; i.e. chairs, drapings, pictures, and furniture. I will provide my comments via categories as I have found this to be helpful when reading reviews myself.
They did a wonderful job renovating the Skirvin, and from the looks, spared no expense. It's definitely one, if not the #1, nicest hotels in downtown Oklahoma City. The rooms were fabulous, the bed was awesome (all down comforter and pillows), every room has a 32" LCD TV (suites have 40"+ plasma), breakfast in the restaurant was very good and the service all over the hotel was excellent. I would highly recommend them to anyone. We went from floor to floor just looking at the old photographs in the hallways. The 14th floor and the conference rooms look gorgeous, I have an event in April i'm anxiously awaiting to get to attend that will be in both areas.
Stayed for one night at the end of March, 2007 and was very pleased. Although the price would be considered on the high end by Oklahoma City standards, it is reasonable when compared to most upscale urban hotels in other cities.
We spent one great night at the Skirvin Hilton while attending an Eric Clapton concert. I can remember this hotel from the late 1970's when we called it the "Skirvy". It is far from that today.