HotelsHistoric Hotels in Oklahoma City

Historic Hotels in Oklahoma City

There's no better way to get a feel for a city's vibrant past than to stay at a charming historic hotel in the heart of Oklahoma City's thriving downtown area. Jump into the city's historical roots by staying at one of these beautiful, historic hotels.
from $158
Colcord Hotel: Oklahoma City's First Skyscraper
Originally built in 1909 as an office tower, the Colcord Building has been changed to the Colcord Hotel since 2006. Just steps from the Oklahoma City National Memorial, this boutique hotel is the perfect place to start your adventures through the city's vibrant history. While the hotel's charming neoclassical architecture style highlights the hotel's history, guests can expect a number of modern luxury amenities, including a wake-up call with refreshments, a 24-hour fitness center, and free wi-fi access.
from $89
The Skirvin Hilton Oklahoma City: Live Music and Central Location
Located in downtown Oklahoma City, The Skirvin Hilton embodies 1920s charm with its gothic-styled lobby and gorgeously refurbished elevators. Live jazz performances in the lobby only add to the vibrant atmosphere, a perfect way to start your day exploring the nearby Bricktown or Automobile Alley. The hotel also offers a number of modern amenities, including a dry cleaning service and large conference rooms, for the everyday traveler.
from $91
Courtyard By Marriott Oklahoma City Downtown: Affordable Hospitality
Close to Oklahoma City's historic Bricktown entertainment district, the Courtyard By Marriott Oklahoma City Downtown is the perfect place for travelers looking for a central location to begin their adventure. Guests will love the hotel's indoor pool and complimentary wi-fi access, as well as premium cable channels in every room.
from $118
Residence Inn by Marriott Oklahoma City Downtown: Experience History
Located on the Bricktown Canal, guests will love being whisked into the past on the water taxi just behind the hotel. The hotel's luxury amenities, including an outdoor pool, sports courts, and an indoor/outdoor spa, will make guests forget the hustle and bustle of the city.Explore Oklahoma City's past by staying in one of their historic hotels without giving up modern luxuries.