The hotel is absolutely charming with such fabulous and fun modern art throughout the entire hotel, but my experience did not start off well. Upon arrival, I was asked my name, which I, of course, promptly gave. Since the front desk clerk didn't have a name tag, I also asked for his name. He responded, "I would rather not!" I seriously thought he was joking, but he was not. In all my years of travel, that has never happened to me or to anyone that I know. Later, as we and other guests walked through the lobby, I noticed that he never said hello, smiled, and was always on his headphones - seemingly listening to music rather than being attentive to the potential needs of guests staying there. Anyway, I should have contacted the hotel's management, and I regret that I did not.
For the rest of the experience, it was delightful. The rooms were nice and filled with lots of natural light. The restaurant and bar were wonderful. My guests and I loved the cuisines and the overall ambiance. The housekeeping staff was excellent. Everyone in those areas were courteous and friendly.
Traveller from Texas
Located in Downtown Oklahoma City, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Civic Center Music Hall, Myriad Botanical Gardens, and …More
We stayed at the Colcord during the Oklahoma Youth Expo, love this hotel. The staff made sure coffee was delivered every morning at 6:00 A.M. And my vehicle was always out front waiting on me at 6:15 A.M. The beds are super comfortable!!!
Traveller from A
Colcord Hotel is housed in downtown Oklahoma City's first-ever skyscraper, and is a 20-minute drive from the airport. The …More
Good visit second time to stay at the hotel. The room was dirty around the console table between the beds. We did struggle with the thermostat and the room never cooled off to a comfortable temperature. Other than that very nice.
Traveller from tulsa
The Skirvin Hilton is in Oklahoma City's downtown entertainment district; 2 blocks from Cox Convention Center, 3 blocks from …More
Very clean and enjoyable to stay at.
Only complaints I have is that the bartenders kept serving shots to people who were obnoxiously drunk and loud while a few of us were having dinner and a drink, pretty annoying people. Also, the drink in the sink in my room was broken.
Other than that, awesome hotel. I will be staying there again anytime I'm in OKC.
Traveller from Shawnee, Ok.
Located in Downtown Oklahoma City, this spa hotel is within a 15-minute walk of American Banjo Museum, Chesapeake Energy …More
Nice pool for children too much chlorine burned eyes..older children to rowdy I got hit in head with ball sitting in chair...hot tub should be for 16 & up children swim in hot tub. My grandchild loved the pool
Traveller from ok
Located in Bricktown, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Wormy Dog Saloon and Chesapeake Energy Arena. Myriad Botanical …More
The hotel was beautiful, the staff was very nice and friendly. Room was clean and had extra blankets and pillows in room, so i didnt have to ask for them. And great artwork in the room as well! Breakfast was an omelet bar made to order!
Located in Downtown Oklahoma City, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of OU Medical Center, Oklahoma City National Memorial and …More
Pocket Guide: Oklahoma City Downtown Oklahoma City Hotels
Downtown Oklahoma City is comprised of the mixed-use Automobile Alley district, the Deep Deuce historic jazz district, the Arts District, Business District, and Bricktown. In the Arts District, a Memorial and Museum honors lives lost in the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building bombing. Bricktown, the historic warehouse district, is now a vibrant and revitalized center for sports and entertainment.