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Hotel Options in Tulsa

    Osage Casino Downtown Tulsa

    Osage Casino Downtown Tulsa

    951 West 36th Street North, Tulsa, OK, 74127
    The price is $92 per night from Nov 27 to Nov 28
    $92
    per night
    Nov 27 - Nov 28
    4.2/5 Excellent! (1,145 reviews)
    River Spirit Casino Resort

    River Spirit Casino Resort

    8330 Riverside Parkway, Tulsa, OK, 74137
    The price is $141 per night from Dec 25 to Dec 26
    $141
    per night
    Dec 25 - Dec 26
    4.6/5 Wonderful! (2,991 reviews)
    Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Tulsa

    Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Tulsa

    777 West Cherokee Street, Catoosa, OK, 74015
    The price is $149 per night from Nov 28 to Nov 29
    $149
    per night
    Nov 28 - Nov 29
    4.3/5 Excellent! (1,001 reviews)

Bed and Breakfast

Book a bed and breakfast in Tulsa
A romantic getaway awaits when you book a bed and breakfast in Tulsa. The beauty of renting a B&B is that each one is unique. A farm B&B is cozy and rustic, while a luxury B&B provides top-of-the-line luxuries, including in-room jet tubs and thousand thread-count sheets. And let’s not forget the most important part of its name…breakfast! Bed & breakfasts are famous for putting out a great spread each morning. Fill your plate with fluffy pancakes with maple syrup, hot eggs right from the pan, and a cup of hot coffee to help get you ready for the rest of your day.

All are welcome at Tulsa bed n breakfasts
Some cheap accommodations are designed to simply give travelers a roof overhead and a comfortable bed to sleep on between adventures or business meetings. This definitely isn’t the case with a bed and breakfast (also known as a breakfast inn). The right B&B doesn’t just host your vacation to Tulsa, it becomes part of it. In many cases, travelers get to know the manager of the B&B, as well as mingle with other guests. Many B&Bs also arrange activities for guests, such as hikes in the area, bird watching outings, or fun game nights. 

B&B hotels have a reputation as a romantic retreat for couples. However, B&Bs are actually for all sorts of travelers. Book one with a parent, child, or your favorite travel buddy. Want to take your fur child on your adventure to Tulsa? A quick search through Orbitz will bring up pet-friendly B&B options so your best friend can come along.