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DoubleTree by Hilton Tulsa - Warren Place

3.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

We were very disappointed in our hotel room. There were only two hangers in the closet, they charged extra for Wi-Fi!!!! There was water dripping in the shower and water was all over the floor. EVERYTHING was extra! They nickeled and dimed us to death.

Have been coming here every time I visited Tulsa. Time has taken it's toll on the hotel. Leaking faucets, worn furniture, and something that's always bothered me, poor sound insulation between rooms. Service at the bat is terribly slow. Time to look into other options on my next trip.

Was a little dated and room was just as nice as an average $60 motel ....i must say i was not too impressed

It was an excellent experience! Great facilities, friendly staff and very good location. I do recommend it to all my friends!

The hotel clerk was very nice and quick. The cookies were fabulous! I was disappointed there wasn't a fridge in the room. There was a vent in the shower that was dirty and gross (room 243 in case someone from the hotel sees this) but the rest of the room was clean and comfy. Was worried when we saw the people staying in the room next to ours had a dog but it didn't end up being an issue

We love to stay at the Doubletree at Warren Place when we go to Tulsa to see family. It is convenient to local highways, and a very nice hotel for the money. We always get great service from the staff, a level up from what the price would suggest, and you can't beat the warm cookies upon check-in.

The entrance to this hotel is difficult to find at best! Parking is tricky as well. The valet is never present, so you have to ask the front desk clears. There are no little refrigerators with goodies and beverages and no water in the room. I found a piece of paper in the hotel information left on the desk that had info on using the wifi service.that did not work. After calling the front desk, they told me that the correct info was on the key- card holder. That was confusing.?!? The alarm clock worked but I couldn't change the actual time?!? So I spent a lot of time talking to Bryon at the front desk that night. I like the location, and the rooms were nice, but a challenge.

Room was clean and comfortable. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful

We were very disappointed in our stay at this hotel. First, the description of this room on the website is not right. It said two rooms with a conference table. The value was not worth what we paid for the room. It was one big room and an oversized desk. We were meeting our family and exchanging gifts and it was very tight in there. There were great windows to look at the park, but they were so dirty we couldnt even see out.They were on their holiday schedule, and the restaurant for breakfast was only open from 6:30 to 9:00 on a Holiday Saturday. We were not even informed until we walked into the restaurant. The lobby desk staff did not care one way or the other. The only one who performed well was the valet. We lived in Tulsa 10 years ago and this was a different hotel then. Sad. Don't say here you will be disappointed!

The room was large and clean and of course the cookies were delicious. However, there was a huge party going on in the lobby with a DJ and it was extremely loud. There were also several junior high basketball teams staying here and they were running all over the hotel, even through the bar area. The wait for the elevator was quite frustrating because the students were making quite a game of riding them up and down all evening. To my knowledge, staff never addressed the issue of these unsupervised children running (literally) through the hotel. I actually ran interference with intoxicated men taking an interest in these naive girls who were running about barely dressed. Another student told me that a man yelled at her for playing on the elevator. We wanted to enjoy some drinks in the bar area after 8 p.m., but with children present and the loud music it was not enjoyable. We ended up getting a table in the restaurant (which was quite nice) and drinking there. If these teams had not been there (or better supervised), and the party moved to location that would prevent the sound from travelling, this hotel would have been perfect.

Enjoyed my stay and the friendly staff. The location was in a nice location. My only complaint was the parking. I was forced to use the valet parking due to the parking garage being so far away as did my daughter when she brought my granddaughter to visit me.

We hosted a conference here from April 7 - 10, 2013. The meeting rooms were exactly as promised and the banquet food was delicious. Overall and excellent experience for our group of approximately 375 people.

The only bad thing of the hotel is that you have to pay for the WiFi where other hotels offer it for free. They said that they had free internet on the lobby, but who wants to spend their time in the lobby?

The Doubletree Hotel was great: clean; most comfortable bed, pillows and comforter I have slept in any hotel; lovely pool and sauna; delicous free breakfast with fresh melon and berries; and helpful staff. [...]

Orbitz rate included buffet breakfast. The voucher for this was provided only when I returned to the front desk after realizing that it was not provided at check-in. $4.95 extra per day for Internet access is inappropriate for a hotel with rooms in this price range. Concierge and airport bus service was efficient and pleasant.

Great experience would do it again

It was nice, clean and staff were good. The special room wasn't very. The experience was okay/good. Room service was good.

We chose the Double Tree Hotel for the indoor pool and spa and we had a great time and were pleased that it was not crowded.

The only thing I didn't like was the parking garage was located on the opposite side of the hotel lobby, and you had to walk to the other side of the hotel to get to the elevators that go up to your room.

Great service but the heater didn't work when we got there and had to call for service. We were next to the elevator and ice machine so that is all we heard all night and people being loud when they got off the elevator.

6110 S Yale Ave Tulsa OK

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining
  • Free airport shuttle

Located in South Tulsa within a 5-minute walk of LaFortune Park, DoubleTree by Hilton Tulsa - Warren Place is within a 15-minute stroll of St. Francis Hospital. This 3.5-star hotel has 370 rooms and welcomes guests with a restaurant, an indoor pool, and free self parking. Southern Hills Country Club and La Fortune Park Golf Course are also near this Tulsa hotel.


Dining

Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. Start your day off with buffet breakfast, available for a fee.


Rooms

The 370 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including MP3 docks, coffee makers, and free weekday newspapers. Guests can enjoy digital TV and stay connected with WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms offer hydromassage showers and hair dryers. Other amenities include phones, ironing boards, and desks.


Property features

At DoubleTree by Hilton Tulsa - Warren Place, guests enjoy features like an indoor pool, a fitness center, and a spa tub. Onsite parking is available, both free self and paid valet parking (USD 14 per night)—also useful is a free airport shuttle (available on request). The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a sauna, free WiFi in public areas, and conference space.

Room options

Two Double Beds Non-Smoking

Full 2 | Sleeps 5

Two Doubles Executive

Full 2 | Sleeps 5

One King Bed Non-Smoking

King 1 | Sleeps 3

One King Executive Non-Smoking

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for DoubleTree by Hilton Tulsa - Warren Place

Everyone (4) Couples (13) Business (6) Family (10) Other (5) Friends (2)
1

hotel close to relatives we were visiting

Everyone

We were very disappointed in our hotel room. There were only two hangers in the closet, they charged extra for Wi-Fi!!!! There was water dripping in the shower and water was all over the floor. EVERYTHING was extra! They nickeled and dimed us to death.

By , from Oklahoma City, OK on Jan 26, 2017

3

not what it used to be.

Everyone

Have been coming here every time I visited Tulsa. Time has taken it's toll on the hotel. Leaking faucets, worn furniture, and something that's always bothered me, poor sound insulation between rooms. Service at the bat is terribly slow. Time to look into other options on my next trip.

By , from Golden, CO on Nov 19, 2016

3
Everyone

Was a little dated and room was just as nice as an average $60 motel ....i must say i was not too impressed

By on Sep 12, 2016

5

excellent!

Everyone

It was an excellent experience! Great facilities, friendly staff and very good location. I do recommend it to all my friends!

By , from Dominican Republic on Mar 9, 2016

5

comfortable place to stay

Families

The hotel clerk was very nice and quick. The cookies were fabulous! I was disappointed there wasn't a fridge in the room. There was a vent in the shower that was dirty and gross (room 243 in case someone from the hotel sees this) but the rest of the room was clean and comfy. Was worried when we saw the people staying in the room next to ours had a dog but it didn't end up being an issue

By on Oct 6, 2015

5

nice tulsa hotel

Couples

We love to stay at the Doubletree at Warren Place when we go to Tulsa to see family. It is convenient to local highways, and a very nice hotel for the money. We always get great service from the staff, a level up from what the price would suggest, and you can't beat the warm cookies upon check-in.

By on Jun 16, 2015

3

excellent hotel with difficult parking

Singles

The entrance to this hotel is difficult to find at best! Parking is tricky as well. The valet is never present, so you have to ask the front desk clears. There are no little refrigerators with goodies and beverages and no water in the room. I found a piece of paper in the hotel information left on the desk that had info on using the wifi service.that did not work. After calling the front desk, they told me that the correct info was on the key- card holder. That was confusing.?!? The alarm clock worked but I couldn't change the actual time?!? So I spent a lot of time talking to Bryon at the front desk that night. I like the location, and the rooms were nice, but a challenge.

By on Aug 25, 2014

5

review

Singles

Room was clean and comfortable. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful

By on Jun 9, 2014

2

our christmas getaway was disappointing!

Families

We were very disappointed in our stay at this hotel. First, the description of this room on the website is not right. It said two rooms with a conference table. The value was not worth what we paid for the room. It was one big room and an oversized desk. We were meeting our family and exchanging gifts and it was very tight in there. There were great windows to look at the park, but they were so dirty we couldnt even see out.They were on their holiday schedule, and the restaurant for breakfast was only open from 6:30 to 9:00 on a Holiday Saturday. We were not even informed until we walked into the restaurant. The lobby desk staff did not care one way or the other. The only one who performed well was the valet. We lived in Tulsa 10 years ago and this was a different hotel then. Sad. Don't say here you will be disappointed!

By on Dec 29, 2013

4

beautiful but loud hotel

Couples

The room was large and clean and of course the cookies were delicious. However, there was a huge party going on in the lobby with a DJ and it was extremely loud. There were also several junior high basketball teams staying here and they were running all over the hotel, even through the bar area. The wait for the elevator was quite frustrating because the students were making quite a game of riding them up and down all evening. To my knowledge, staff never addressed the issue of these unsupervised children running (literally) through the hotel. I actually ran interference with intoxicated men taking an interest in these naive girls who were running about barely dressed. Another student told me that a man yelled at her for playing on the elevator. We wanted to enjoy some drinks in the bar area after 8 p.m., but with children present and the loud music it was not enjoyable. We ended up getting a table in the restaurant (which was quite nice) and drinking there. If these teams had not been there (or better supervised), and the party moved to location that would prevent the sound from travelling, this hotel would have been perfect.

By on Dec 16, 2013