The room was comfortable and clean. Only complaint is that we only had one bath towel. The staff was very friendly and it was nice that the hotel shuttle was available, especially for a wedding and reception that was downtown.
Traveller from Shwnee, KS
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My wife and I recently stayed on our wedding night before flying out for our honeymoon. I had called ahead to make a couple of arrangements for the room a few days before arriving. Not only had they met all of my requests, they added several things that were not requested, along with a personalized a note congratulating us. To top it off, they upgraded us to one of their suites for the same rate we booked online. Even the staff who had not met us congratulated us. They exceeded our expectations in every way. Not only will we stay here again, it's the only place we'll stay when we're in Tulsa.
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.