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It was a beautiful and unique hotel. Our first visit to Tulsa and it is a really cool little town. Was nice we got a full breakfast coupon for the hotel for the next morning as well. Enjoyed the stay - very nice and very clean. Nice shower. The bathroom sink did not drain very well other than that nothing.
This hotel is close to downtown Tulsa without feeling like it. Parking is free. Rooms are tastefully decorated. The staff was very helpful.
It was a wonderful find. The rooms were unique and beautifully furnished. The staff was great as was the location. I loved the history surrounding the hotel. The Maxwell restaurant served an excellent breakfast with great service.
The inside of the hotel was just gorgeous!!!! Absolutely fell in love with the room! The outside appearance honestly makes you want to drive right on by! We first saw it and was very skeptical until we drove around back and then went in!
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Nice parking area. Good restoration. Rooms are very small and you are not really close to anything.
Extremely friendly staff and just an overall feeling of comfort and calm. The room was very charming and the bed was one of the most comfortable I've slept in on the road. Lots of great little touches. Will definitely stay again.
Very nice, well maintained property. Good restaurant. Good staff. Enjoyed the stay.
Did it expect breakfast to be included no
The staff was very polite and helpful. The hotel was quite and the perfect size. Only things I didn't like was stepping up into the bathroom and no light in the closet.
The decorating & cleanliness....only saw the lobby. I didn't get a chance to stay, so not sure.
Location: The lodge is surrounded by acres of gorgeous landscape with a view of the Tulsa skyline, but yet is only a 20 minute drive from all attractions. Cleanliness: Our room was clean and was cleaned although we stayed only 2 nights. Facilities: Each lodge offers a common- game room with a pool table and other games. There is also a pool and in the summer months one can purchase other activities such as zip-lining tours. Beds: Our mattress was old and dented causing us not so good nights. Staff: Since the heat/ AC in the rooms are not controlled by a thermostat in the room, guests have to call the front desk to have the temperature adjusted. The receptionist was helpful and quickly adjusted the temp. In the middle of the night, we woke up sweating - the staff had readjusted our rooms temp to 78 degrees. We phoned the receptionist again. This time the front desk clerk wasn't as nice as before and was telling us he would take care of it when he had time. We had to call the front desk a total of 5 times during our stay to have the temp. set to 68 degrees because they kept resetting it to 78. Not cool. Not a place for children: Although the lodge offers many facilities, the common room was often taken up by slightly intoxicated adults so our kid couldn't enjoy any of them. Also, our sleep and down time at the lodge was inconvenienced due to two guests having intercourse and moaning loudly. This may sound funny to some, but if you are with a child who asks you, why there are loud moaning noises coming through the air vent disrupting their sleep at night and their time at the lodge during the day, you, the parent, might find yourself in an uncomfortable situation. We called the reception about this also and were told that there is nothing they can do. When asked about an alternative room, I was advised that there was no other room forcing us to wear ear plugs while in our room. Breakfast: If you plan to go here, please be aware that breakfast is served from 8 am- 9:30 and there is no way to eat before that time. We had to eat elsewhere.
Very kind staff. Complimentary coffee and breakfast. Excellent value.
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Good location and easy to find. Beds were good. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Liked having a frig in the room Breakfast was very bland. Sometimes it is better to just have some packaged food instead of hot food. Also the ventilation in the rooms was poor. The atmosphere from a nearby smoking room was so strong at 4 am that I first thought the place on on fire. It actually made us cough in the bathroom. A person from another room could smell it on our clothes when we arrived at breakfast. I can only imagine what the room was like with the smokers in it.