From a revitalized retro motel to glamping under the open sky, there’s a wide variety of unique lodging experiences and historic hotels in Oklahoma City. Grab your family, friends or significant other and enjoy a one-of-a-kind stay in the Modern Frontier.
Fordson Hotel in Oklahoma City is a 135-room boutique hotel located in the West Village District. Fordson occupies the historic Ford Motor Company assembly plant. Much more than just a place to spend the night, Fordson is an inventive union of contemporary finishes with century-old architecture and luxury amenities. Mary Eddy’s and Pool Bar give guests great restaurant and bar options on the hotel grounds.
Relax and enjoy a romantic stay at the Ambassador Hotel. This upscale, art deco hotel offers a memorable experience with its distinct décor and architecture. With only 54 rooms, the dashing boutique hotel will make you feel right at home. Guests can also take advantage of the on-site restaurant, Café Cuveé, or head to the rooftop bar for one of the best views of the downtown skyline.
The Bradford House is a quaint 36-room hidden gem that completely re-imagines what true hospitality can be through modern amenities and thoughtful design details. Set on a tranquil, residential street in Oklahoma City, the Bradford House is a place where guests are invited to enjoy the luxury of respite and be enchanted by curiosity and intrigue. Overnight guests and visitors can mingle in the shared living areas, cozy up with a good book in the cafe or enjoy a delicious drink on the wrap-around porch.
Elevated design meets comfort at the Classen Inn Superette. Built in 1963, the building is inspired by geometry and space-infused designs of the early-to-mid 20th century. Recent renovations to the picturesque motel have breathed life back into the space. Its bold, nostalgic decor captures the original, retro vibe of the property. An on-site Superette provides guests with easy access to snacks, knick-knacks and tasty beverages. In any direction, you’re just a short walk away from thriving art scenes, live music, neighborhood pubs and a variety of culinary experiences.
Built in 1910, the Colcord Hotel is stylish and posh – offering top-notch service and amenities to guests. The historic hotel is just steps away from live music venues, Myriad Botanical Gardens, Scissortail Park and so much more in downtown OKC. FLINT, an upscale casual restaurant and lounge located on the ground floor of the hotel, is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.
One of the most unexpected spots to rest your head in OKC is at Orr Family Farm. Enjoy a night under the stars in a canvas-covered wagon or teepee complete with campfire s’mores and exclusive farm access. Each campsite is complete with a private bathroom and shower, deluxe Marriott mattresses with bedding, temperature controls, picnic tables, a charcoal grill and a fire pit. Lodging at Orr Family Farm is the only one of its kind in Oklahoma and offers a refreshing break under the open sky.
The Ellison Hotel is a 120-room lifestyle hotel located in Northwest OKC celebrating the complex character, atypical creativity and the inclusively charming aspects of life in Oklahoma. This includes Milo, a restaurant serving Oklahoma-inspired cuisine located inside the property. Just outside the hotel doors, you will find a large selection of culinary experiences, retail shops and historic markets.
Located within the beautifully restored First National Center in downtown OKC, The National Hotel features a breathtaking art deco style from the building’s days as a 1930s bank with its near-century-old murals, painted ceilings, stone columns and bank equipment. The National is part of the Autograph Collection and offers 146 well-appointed rooms with convenient proximity to three restaurants and two bars, one of which sits in what was once a bank vault. This reimagined historical building even includes Lucchese Boot Company, PAINT Nail Bar, Drybar and a gift shop curated by Plenty Mercantile on the premises.
For modern elegance and sophistication, look no further than the Omni’s luxurious guest rooms and suites. With dramatic views of Scissortail Park and the downtown skyline, it’s the perfect spot to enjoy well-appointed amenities such as the pool, spa or one of their many onsite dining options.
The Renaissance Bricktown features an architectural style unlike any other in the Modern Frontier. The 10-story, 182-room structure is cloaked in an elegant mixture of brick and glass infused with vertical light panels. Additionally, it’s home to the delicious Culprits Steakhouse and a Starbucks.
Whether you’re traveling for work, family or just a long weekend, The Stray has created an experience you won’t want to leave. The historic guesthouses are designed with intentional simplicity, warmth and attention to detail. Located in the heart of the Plaza District, you’ll be steps away from shops, restaurants, live theater, festivals and more.
Located in the hub of downtown OKC, the Skirvin Hilton is a sophisticated and glamorous hotel where guests are enveloped in a world of luxury. Since its opening in 1911, the restored hotel has seen a stream of famous world figures, NBA players, movie stars and oil barons as guests throughout the years. The Skirvin Hilton will soon feature a brand-new restaurant concept by James Beard award winner Andrew Black.