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|Distance to city centre||0,4 km|
|Distance to airport||10,7 km|
|"Comfortable bed and clean."||(in 13 reviews)|
|"Accommodations were top notch -- a nice size room, bathroom, and all the amenities."||(in 20 reviews)|
|"Nice room with a good size tv"||(in 14 reviews)|
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|bar is closed sunday||in 9 reviews|
|bok||in 2 reviews|
|comfortable bed||in 17 reviews|
|desk staff||in 12 reviews|
|elderly mom||in 1 review|
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|room comfortable||in 24 reviews|
|spacious room||in 28 reviews|
|tulsa||in 5 reviews|
|valentines day||in 1 review|
The location was great for what we needed, we walked to the Tulsa PAC and back as well as to dinner. The hotel is beautiful beyond words, staff was very friendly and accommodating. The rooftop bar was fun and their coffee shop served Starbucks which was really nice. We will definitely be looking for an excuse to come back and stay.
The icing on the cake would have been if the hotel had a pool or hot tub. It was understandable that they didn't have one, the building probably wasn't ever built with one but we would have taken advantage of that if there were one.
Pool and jacuzzi. And roof top Bar area
The room was very beautifully designed. All the fixtures and decorations were luxury. Great bathrobes. Staff was nice. Beautiful old building.
The service really isn't up to par for the price. I speculated with other guests that they don't care as much as they perhaps should because half the building is now apartments. The rooftop bar had lost a lot of its charm. There was an AC unit in my room that came on at all hours roaring like a monster and woke me up. I couldn't sleep for the first three out of four days I was there because of it. The shower was dingy and gray and I had hoped for a bathtub. View of an alleyway, stalling trucks making loud deliveries at 5 am or something. Weirdest part was when I came back to find my toilet overflowing with soapsuds.... Bed was firm with a lot of lumpy pillows but maybe I've been spoiled by other luxury hotels.
Spacious and clean.
Beautiful and well appointed. Large room with very comfortable king bed. Great location downtown convenient to Blue Dome District, Brady District and a short drive to the Gathering Place and Pearl District
In 1925, the 19-story Mayo Hotel was the tallest building in Oklahoma, attracting thousands of celebrities, political figures, and titans of the oil industry. In 1981, the building fell into disrepair, and in 2009, a $42 million renovation returned the old hotel into its former glory. It was hailed as one of the most remarkable transformations of a historic gem.
Located in the heart Tulsa, the hotel is within walking distance of the Cox Business Center, BOK Center and several restaurants, bars, and shops. Oklahoma State University and Tulsa International Airport are also a short distance away. In 2019, The Mayo Hotel has received the title of being the No.5 Best Tulsa Hotel, No.3 Best Downtown Tulsa, and No. 12 in Best Oklahoma Hotels.
The beautifully styled Mayo features 102 luxurious hotel rooms and suites that are well-suited for business and social travelers. The retro-chic atmosphere, bold patterns, and modern décor are unlike any other hotel in Tulsa. In addition, the various suite styles are spacious and thoughtfully appointed with a variety of convenient amenities. Select rooms at the luxury hotel offer incredible river views, downtown cityscapes, or The Osage Hills.
The renovation brought back the prominent clientele at The Mayo, but many guests find the hotel bar the most notable feature. The Penthouse Bar was once the famous Presidential Suite where Elvis Presley once stayed. It is still an elite rooftop location to see and can be seen today providing the only unobstructed 360-degree view in downtown Tulsa. The Mayo also serves full meals at The Boiler Room, which you can then work off in the 24-hour fitness center.
Business travelers, couples, and solo travelers all find their home at the historic Tulsa hotel and make their mark in history at The Mayo Hotel.
based on 452 reviews
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- Nice building
- Spacious rooms
- Good kitchenette
- Stylish hotel
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