Stay in Downtown OKC near Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark
Set out from our hotel, and step into two different versions of one city. There’s the ultramodern Oklahoma City, with the Cox Convention Center, the Chesapeake Energy Arena, and the 50-story Devon Energy Center, all within a 10- to 15-minute walk. Then there’s the rugged Oklahoma City of the past, kept alive in places like the American Banjo Museum down the street, or the popular Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum across town. Discover the new and the old when you stay at Hyatt Place Oklahoma City / Bricktown.
Hyatt Place Oklahoma City / Bricktown is located in the heart of the Bricktown Entertainment District, with easy access to more than 40 restaurants, shops, bars, nightclubs and attractions, all within walking distance from the hotel. Witness the amazing transformation of downtown Oklahoma City into a modern and urban city, recently cited by National Geographic Traveler magazine as a "Best Trips" destination.
Our hotel offers premium amenities often reserved for high-end hotels, including a 24/7 gallery dining menu, coffee to cocktails bar that serves Starbucks® coffee, and craft-style local beer and wine. Start your morning with our fresh Gallery Kitchen Breakfast that now comes with a make-your-own breakfast bowl designed to please all palates. Relax in our pool or get a workout in our Fitness Center or catch up on work in our 24/7 e-room business center.
Hyatt Place Oklahoma City / Bricktown is steps away from many must-see attractions including Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark and the city’s prized Oklahoma City Thunder home arena, Chesapeake Energy Arena, which plays host to musical, sporting and other events. For a taste of the city’s cultural side, Oklahoma City’s National Memorial and Museum, Museum of Art, and Civic Center are all nearby the hotel so you won’t miss a beat during your visit. We look forward to serving you with all the modern essential at our Hyatt Place.
Pet-Friendly Bricktown, OKC Rooms Like the revitalized Bricktown and Deep Deuce District neighborhoods that surround them, the 134 rooms at Hyatt Place Oklahoma City / Bricktown sport a fresh, modern look. Unfold your laptop on the desk and work from an ergonomic chair or hook the computer up to a Hyatt Plug Panel and stream your own content to the 42” swiveling HDTV. The Cozy Corner’s L-shaped sofa-sleeper adds flexibility, providing an extra bed or simply a spot to lounge and read. And if you opt for a High Floor room, the curtains open to a panoramic view of the OKC skyline that illuminates the city in full.
Modern conveniences, free with your stay: • Breakfast • Wi-Fi Get to know our room types below, or enter your dates to view details of all available rooms.
Standard hotel's king room • One king bed or two queen beds • 411–453 sq ft of space • Cozy Corner with additional sofa-sleeper
Accessible hotel's accessible room • One king bed or two queen beds • 411–453 sq ft of space • Rooms include a roll-in shower or deep soaking tub •ADA AMENITIES: Audiovisual smoke detectors; wider doors; lower-level entryway and bathroom features; telecommunications device; telephone and front door alerting devices; amplified telephone handsets; vibratory alarm clocks.
High Floor hotel's high floor room • One king bed or two queen beds • 411–453 sq ft of space •
Views of downtown and Bricktown!
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- Miles to Airport: 12 miles
- Motorcoach Parking:
- Parking Charge $: 12
- Pets Allowed:
- Check In: 3:00 PM
- Check Out: 12:00 PM
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- # of 2 Bed Rooms (Queens): 65
- # of ADA Rooms: 8
- # of Kings: 69
- Additional Sleeping Room Info: There are 8 connecting rooms.
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- Total # of Sleeping Rooms: 134
- An Affair of the Heart
- Festival of the Arts
- Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon
- Paseo Arts Festival
- Chuck Wagon Festival
- deadCenter Film Festival
- Prix de West
- Red Earth Festival
- OKC Pride Week
- Oklahoma State Fair
- Plaza District Festival
- Oklahoma Regatta Festival
- Fright Fest
- OKC Arts Council's Opening Night
- Downtown in December