Room is nice and spacious. Full kitchen with pantry and everything. There's a reason why they don't show bathroom pictures. Kinda old and has dispensers for shampoo, conditioner, and body wash. Our body wash was empty the whole time we were there even after specifically asking for it to be filled. ...
Loved the fitness center w hot tub right there. Lovker room was large and well stocked. Rooms were big and while hotel was full ot was still quiet Staff went out of there way to accommodate us after we made res for 1 king bed and needed 2 doubles. Area around hotel seemed exclusive residential. Not ...
For the price it was fine. Small things could use some attention. One of the lights wouldn't work, the iron didn't work (they brought us a new one), the blow dryer was missing (they brought us one), the room smelled like stale cigarettes, the walls were thin - we could hear both neighbors. Breakfast ...
We have stayed at this hotel several times. This time the ac didnt work well in the room and it was VERY noisy. The food wasnt as good as usual either. The eggs were dry and there didnt seem to be as many choices. It is still a nice place to stay when going to Norman. It is very close to Campus. ...
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No problems what so ever. Staff was great. The bed was supper firm. HVAC operated properly
The workers were very nice and the rooms were clean. The breakfast options were very nice and there was a wide variety to choose from.
I stayed here with my wife for the OU Fall convocation. Hotel is clean, up beat, and in a great location. We were in walking distance to numerous restaurants, bars, ect. Parking is easy with the attached garage and no need for valet as you just swipe your room key to get in and out and only pay upon checkout.
Love the location. Just a hop skip and jump to shopping and just a little walk to food.