Tulsa, OK Hotels
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Headed to Tulsa? The city has a wide range of hotels catering to both business and leisure travelers. Most are in historic downtown -- near or on Route 66 -- and in south Tulsa. Whether you choose convenience and decide to stay at one of the historic hotels downtown like the Courtyard by Marriott, or choose the cheaper and quieter area of south Tulsa where you will find affordable chain hotels like the Hampton Inn, you will get rates that will suit your budget. Choosing the perfect hotel for your stay in Tulsa can pose a challenge, but you're sure to enjoy your time there no matter where you lay your head.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels in Tulsa, OK

Wingate by Wyndham Tulsa OK
Wingate by Wyndham Tulsa OK
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9.0
Excellent
2854 E 51st St, Tulsa
from $84
Courtyard by Marriott Tulsa Downtown
Courtyard by Marriott Tulsa Downtown
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8.9
Excellent
415 S Boston Ave, Tulsa
from $78
The Mayo Hotel
The Mayo Hotel
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9.0
Excellent
115 W 5th St, Tulsa
from $113
Holiday Inn - Tulsa City Center
Holiday Inn - Tulsa City Center
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8.0
Excellent
17 W 7th Street, Tulsa
from $60
Hyatt Regency Tulsa
Hyatt Regency Tulsa
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8.5
Excellent
100 East 2nd Street, Tulsa
from $79
DoubleTree by Hilton Tulsa Downtown
DoubleTree by Hilton Tulsa Downtown
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8.2
Excellent
616 W 7th St, Tulsa
from $92
Renaissance Tulsa Hotel & Convention Center
Renaissance Tulsa Hotel & Convention Center
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8.5
Excellent
6808 S 107th East Ave, Tulsa
from $98
Hampton Inn Tulsa-Sand Springs
Hampton Inn Tulsa-Sand Springs
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8.3
Excellent
7852 W Parkway Blvd, Tulsa
from $80
Staybridge Suites Woodland Hills
Staybridge Suites Woodland Hills
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9.1
Excellent
11111 E 73rd St. South, Tulsa
from $85
Hyatt Place Tulsa/South-Medical District
Hyatt Place Tulsa/South-Medical District
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8.6
Excellent
7037 S Zurich Ave, Tulsa
from $81
More About Tulsa, OK Hotels...

Festival Friendly Hotels West of Downtown

If you are deciding on when to visit Tulsa, there is no better time than fall. The weather is cooler, the foliage makes the city more picturesque, and the city comes alive with some of its biggest festivals. Every year, around mid-October, the city hosts one of the country’s largest Oktoberfest parties and celebrates this long-standing German tradition on the grounds of River West Festival Park. Visitors looking to attend the Oktoberfest festivities can look into cheaper lodging alternatives in Sand Spring, just ten minutes west of downtown. The Hampton Inn Tulsa-Sand Springs offers competitive rates and complimentary breakfast to boot.

Heart of the Art Deco District 

Downtown Tulsa has one of the most beautiful collections of art deco buildings and structures anywhere. Boston Avenue Methodist Church and its towering spires is one such fine example. In the adjacent Blue Dome district, you can wander and admire the vivid displays of public art. When you choose to stay downtown, you will find yourself within walking distance of the city’s most architecturally diverse and artistic districts. You will also get the chance to stay in a nationally recognized historic hotel such as The Courtyard by Marriott Tulsa Downtown, which has the added bonus of being affordable.

A Trip Down Memory Lane and Route 66

Tulsa has long been the standout cultural hub of Oklahoma, and it was a major stop on the historic Route 66. Even now, you can still find a wide array of accommodations and dining choices reminiscent of a 1950s sitcom. Old-fashioned pump stations, neon signposts, and the giant oilman statue remain standing and continue to welcome guests to Tulsa. Visitors looking for a retro weekend should consider staying at one of uniquely designed rooms at The Campbell Hotel.

Limited Airbnb Listings in Tulsa

Airbnb has limited listings for Tulsa. Most of them are near downtown but there are some scattered around other parts of the city. There are a couple of listings just off Route 66 and a few located downtown that are worth looking into but overall, the options are rather sparse. As far as prices go, the nightly rental rates for an entire apartment is almost the same price as a mid-budget hotel room outside the downtown area.

Budget Options South of the Airport

Despite Tulsa’s large network of bus services, the most efficient way to get in and around Tulsa is by renting a car. The airport has several car rental kiosks located within the terminals. Visitors arriving at Tulsa International Airport will find that many hotels are about four miles south of the airport. Almost all of them --including LaQuinta Inn and Suites Tulsa Airport/Expo Square -- have complimentary shuttle service.

Listings of the Latest Events in Tulsa

Visit Tulsa (http://www.visittulsa.com) is the city’s most reliable source for the latest events and happenings around town. The website has practical information about accommodations of all types, restaurants and food trucks, and attractions in and around town.

No matter where you decide to stay in Tulsa, you will find a variety of affordable hotels ready to welcome you.

Stay in Tulsa without Breaking the Bank

Centrally located, Tulsa has a wide array of affordable choices when it comes to hotels. From inexpensive hotel chains like Motel 6 to affordably priced boutique hotels such as The Campbell Hotel, visitors can find a price that won’t break the bank.

The Many Affordable Choices for Business and Leisure Travelers in Tulsa

Those traveling on business can easily find a number of hotel deals offering convenient access to transportation, space for business expos and technology-equipped conference rooms. Vacation travelers can enjoy amenities, such as pools and on-site dining at cheap prices. A great resource for finding hotels with the best price is Expedia.

Tulsa Hotels with a Good Price

The Double Tree by Hilton offers affordable prices for both business and vacation travelers. It’s close to the Tulsa Convention Center and has multiple large conference rooms. The Aloft offers meeting rooms, a fitness center and a relaxing lounge. These are just two of the many hotels in Tulsa with a budget-friendly price.

Tulsa Travel and Transportation Tips

To avoid traffic and crowds during special events in Tulsa, it’s best to avoid the downtown area, so booking a hotel in south Tulsa or surrounding areas like Claremore and Broken Arrow are hassle-free options. Getting around the city is a breeze with its large bus network, or look for affordable car rentals and navigate Tulsa's highways. Along historic Route 66, there is a wide array of hotel and motel choices.

 

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