Hotel Year Built 1990 Year Remodeled 2004 Additional Property Description Contractors at the air base call our Altus hotel their second home, but theres an abundance of attractions for both leisure and business guests. Quartz Mountain State Park is a short drive away and a favorite destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Western Oklahoma State University is also nearby, and our Altus hotel is a popular choice for visiting professors and families in town for graduation. Whether you are here for a special event, a family reunion or to enjoy outdoor recreation, where you stay matters. State Departments are also in the neighborhood, which makes our Altus hotel a top choice for business travelers. Retail store vendors, service men and women at the Altus Air Force Base, and the City of Altus employees are also regular guests. Additionally, oil and gas exploration is big business here, and our friendly staff is committed to making sure guests traveling on business have everything they need. Location and price are two major reasons people choose our Altus hotel. However, the onsite bar and lounge is another draw. Enjoy our full, free complimentary breakfast for the best start to your day. The generous hot spread includes hot eggs, choice breakfast pastries and fruits, yogurts, cereals, and 100 percent Arabica coffee and juices. Our Altus hotel features an outdoor pool and an indoor pool, with access available year round. A lot of people are in town for family reunions, but many others visit for one of the annual events. The Great Plains Stampede Rodeo, Rock and Rumble Car Show and Rattle Snake Derby are all local favorites. The annual Altus High School Reunion is another reason guests stay at our Altus hotel. Book your next stay at BEST WESTERN Altus, where value comes together with convenience.
Southlake Taekwondo & Karate for Kids' chief instructor, Master Wesley Boyer, has a sixth-degree black belt—a level he reached over more than 23 years of martial-arts practice. The rest of the instructors on his team hold black belts, too, and they use their savvy to teach kids and adults alike the basics of fighting, with a special emphasis on traditional Songahm Taekwondo.