Elevate your meeting or event in more ways than one by booking a venue with a view. Oklahoma City has several options, most of which are downtown and offer beautiful views of the skyline. Book one of these venues for your next meeting or event.
The historic Osler building in Midtown opened as the Ambassador Hotel in 2014, after a two-year restoration project by Coury Hospitality. Built in phases beginning in 1928, the seven-story hotel has meeting space on the ground floor and top floor, with four rooms that accommodate groups from 15 to 114. One of the primary draws of the Ambassador is O Bar, the rooftop bar that also opens onto a patio with a beautiful view of the downtown skyline. O Bar is one of the four rooms available for meetings and events, and food is prepared by the French bistro Café Cuvée on the ground floor.
Oklahoma City Museum of Art is situated in the heart of downtown, so their roof terrace provides stunning views and an unparalleled urban experience. Their availability starts in April and ends in October. To make your event even more special, choose to have the Museum galleries open for your guests.
Skyline on the Bricktown Canal is situated in one of the oldest buildings in Oklahoma City. Constructed in 1909, the Case Plow Works building, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, is located at the west end of the Canal. The venue itself, on the third floor of the building, offers spectacular views of the Bricktown canal and downtown. This historic building, with its exposed brick and high ceilings, offers the charm and appeal of a historic site while also being close to vendors, restaurants and other amenities. Skyline has four different spaces, ranging from 500 to 3,000 square feet, providing flexibility for hosting board meetings up to larger groups and receptions.
Located on the 49th floor of the Devon Tower, V2 Events at Vast is OKC’s highest elevation meeting space, with four separate rooms of varying sizes that accommodate groups from 15 to 300. All four rooms provide stunning views of central Oklahoma, from our bustling, expanding downtown all the way out to lakes and farmland. Booking with V2 Events also means access to food prepared by the incredible team at the Vast restaurant. With the exceptions of décor and entertainment, the team at Vast provides everything you need for a successful meeting.
The Oklahoma River provides one of the city’s more unique sites for meetings. Boathouses are typically no-frills structures made to simply house boats, but the boathouses that make up OKC’s Boathouse District were designed to be used for meetings and events. The non-profit organization behind the district provides year-round event services, including meetings for groups from 8 to 200+. All the boathouses have beautiful views of the Oklahoma River, and you can even book a meeting at the RIVERSPORT facility or head to edge of OKC with an event on Lake Overholser.
Within the expansive Myriad Gardens, there are 10 different locations that can accommodate anywhere from 20 attendees to a crowd of a thousand. Because the Gardens are planted with the changing seasons in mind, there is always something blooming. So, an event at the Myriad Gardens will have spectacular views of seasonal and regional flowers and greenery.