With the exception of lack of parking (though a valet was available) the experience was good. Polite and prompt staff expedited check in and check out, the room was clean and the lobby and restaurant were exceptional.
Colcord Hotel is housed in downtown Oklahoma City's first-ever skyscraper, and is a 20-minute drive from the airport. The …More
What a place. This has to be one of the best hotels I have ever stayed in.... it is a modern art museum with a hotel basically in the museum. It is an old manufacturing plant with many remnants of the past use. I highly recommend this hotel.
Traveller from Seattle
Located in Downtown Oklahoma City, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Civic Center Music Hall, Myriad Botanical Gardens, and …More
Checking in was easy, our room was beautiful and clean! I love how easy the hotel staff made our transportation and parking arrangements, they had great recommendations on where to eat. I appreciate all their hard work so much!
Located in Downtown Oklahoma City, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of American Banjo Museum and Chesapeake Energy …More
Room had a little road noise and hotel is close to I 40. Close to several nice restaurant and bass pro. Also the celebration run statues. Breakfast ok for waffles and cold cereal. Room was clean and bed comfortable
Traveller from Ar
Located in Downtown Oklahoma City, this motel is within 3 mi (5 km) of James E Stewart Golf Course, Chesapeake Energy Arena …More
From valet parking personnel upon arrival to valet parking personnel upon leaving, and all the personnel in between get 5 Stars. Excellent experience on all counts, including room service and bed pillows! My only disappointment is that I didn't meet Effie, the ghost in residence. 'Will continue staying at the Skirvin when I visit OKC until I make Effie's acquaintance.
The Skirvin Hilton is in Oklahoma City's downtown entertainment district; 2 blocks from Cox Convention Center, 3 blocks from …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.