Hotel at a Glance: Aloft Tulsa Downtown
From its bright furnishings to its tech-savvy amenities, Aloft Tulsa Downtown is buzzing with energy. Modern conveniences include property-wide WiFi, check-in kiosks, and a self-serve eatery that’s open 24 hours a day. The hotel keeps guests connected in other ways, too: all the public spaces here were designed to create a social atmosphere. Guests gather in the lobby to shoot pool and watch college sports, and the w xyz bar offers music and specialty cocktails until midnight. When you’re looking for a social scene on a larger scale, Tulsa’s nightlife is within walking distance.
- Architectural flair: The hotel has a loft-inspired design with free-flowing spaces and trendy decor.
- Nifty in-room amenities: Stylish guest rooms have 9-foot ceilings, oversize windows, and electronic hookups that connect to 42-inch flat-screen TVs.
- Hottest nearby attraction: The BOK Center, located half a mile from the hotel, hosts big country-music acts such as Taylor Swift and Rascal Flatts.
- Perk: The Philbrook Museum of Art and Utica Square, a tree-lined shopping area are a short car ride away.
- Go swimming: There’s a splash pool with WiFi service outside.
- Ruff it: Doggies will feel right at home with complimentary beds, bowls, toys, and treats.
Tulsa, Oklahoma: Renowned Art-Deco Architecture and World-Class Art Museums
The oil boom of the early 20th century created an influx of wealth in Tulsa, and the downtown skyline reflects that age of prosperity. The city is peppered with art-deco buildings emulating the French-born architecture style that swept the nation in the 1920s.
Today, Tulsa is a green city with a prime location along the banks of the Arkansas River. Twenty-six miles of paved riverfront trails wind through River Parks, past playgrounds, sculptures, and fountains. The Brady Arts District is home to Cain’s Ballroom, Tulsa's legendary dancehall-turned-music-venue. Cain's rose to fame as the favored spot of Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys, who pioneered the genre of Western swing in the late 1930s.
Nearby, a touch of the cowboy era lingers at Gilcrease Museum, which displays Frederic Remington’s paintings of the Wild West. Tucked into the Osage hills, the museum also exhibits Native American art and artifacts.
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