At check in the fornt desk had no change so I was unable to get singles to tip valet guy. This was very inconvienant and the desk clerk told me I should go purchase something in gift shop. This was very frustrating. Also, we had a key probelm as one of the two keys given to us did not work, but the staff rectifed that pretty quickly. Lastly, called from room for some tourist information and was promised a "key" magazine to be delivered, but then call back minutes later by bellman telling me they do not have any, and he tried to answer questions I had, but was clearly using the same internet I was using so he was useless with the "local" help. Lastly, room was very comfy, but can use more bed side power outlets.
Multiple weddings and events going on during our stay. Very noisy events, people roaming halls till 3am loud and drunk. They open the Penthouse to outside public which gives anyone access to my floor. The hotel was very nice. The restaurant staff was excellent.
Originally built in 1925 and meticulously restored to her former grandeur, The Mayo Hotel is a Tulsa icon. This grand lady of …More
Was as good as expected. This was my first time at the Ambassador. Parking is limited but sufficient. All things involved made the stay an excellent experience. Did not get time to enjoy the available dining. Next time maybe.
This hotel is in a great location if you are attending an event at the BOK center. The room was nice, I just wish it had a fridge and microwave. It was clean and comfortable. The cookies at check in were great.
Great hotel. Quiet, clean, new. Walking distance to everything. You can't tell it's an older building from inside. Lobby was open and spacious. Desk clerk was accommodating. Room was great. Perfect, quick stay.
Come & experience history, but relish in modern convenience. The Atlas Life Building breathes new life as a Courtyard by …More
My husband and I were looking for a nice hotel with a lot of local flavor. We came across Hotel Savoy and were not disappointed! Our room had a wonderful view of downtown Tulsa. Margaret, the concierge was VERY nice and welcoming! She made us feel like we were at home. She also always knew the fun things going on downtown and the good places to go eat! This was very helpful for us. The hotel is very clean and the decor is beautiful. The hotel was an apartment building in the 20's and they kept that feeling with the chosen furniture. We were impressed with how close the hotel was to the downtown area. It was very easy to find our way around and enjoy some nice restaurants. We were disappointed with the free breakfast, but if we had brought food with us they have refrigerators in every room, a stove, and pots and pans. I actually wish we had brought groceries with us. I think it would have added to the experience. I highly recommend this hotel to anyone looking to avoid the hustle and bustle of corporate hotels.
Downtown Tulsa is the second-largest city and the county seat of the densely populated Tulsa County. Tulsa River Park runs about 10 miles from downtown to the Jenks Bridge near the Arkansas River. The city houses the famous Philbrook Museum of Art and Gilcrease Museum, and boats a large concentration of Art Deco architecture. Cairn’s Ballroom is reputed for initiating Western Swing music.