Welcome to Americas Best Value Inn and Suites of Anadarko/ Oklahoma. Our hotel is located southwest of the capital city of Oklahoma. Come experience a guided tour of Indian City/ USA/ Anadarko Philomathic Pioneer Museum/ Southern Plains Indian Museum/ Tribal Complexes/ or the National Hall of Fame for Famous American Indians. We are three miles from the new Gold River Bingo and Casino and one mile from the Silver Buffalo Casino. Auto enthusiasts will enjoy the many car shows in the Chickasha area. There is something for the whole family to enjoy in Anadarko. Americas Best Value Inn and Suites is the only property in Anadarko that offers an on site full service restaurant with a daily breakfast/ lunch buffet/ and evening supper/ plus a seafood special on Friday nights. We also have a complimentary hot breakfast for for two guests per room and is served from 6 am to 11 am. Our hotel has a meeting/banquet facility that accommodates up to 200 people/ an enclosed outdoor swimming pool/ on site seasonal lounge/ fitness center/ and guest laundry service. We offer ample truck and tour bus parking. We offer 50 charming/ fully renovated guest rooms and extended stay suites featuring complimentary wireless high speed Internet access/ microwaves/ refrigerators/ iron/ ironing boards/ sofas/ kitchenettes/ coffeemakers/ cable TV with HBO/ and much more for your enjoyment and convenience. Come stay at Americas Best Value Inn and Suites in the Indian capital of the nation.
Eleven 6-ounce patties stack atop one another, creating a massive tower of meat that scares away most stomachs, but not all. Paw Paws Hamburgers, a third-generation-owned business, welcomes patrons to dive into the behemoth burger-eating competition. It is a feat most have tackled without success, but not without the pleasure of delicious food. The eatery has been selling old-fashioned burgers dressed in mustard, pickles, tomatoes, and a top hat since 1968. Additionally, the chefs tuck grilled chicken into sandwiches and toss liver and onions onto plates with fresh-cut fries.
Prolific course architect Rocky Roquemore preserved the natural beauty of the land by sculpting tree-hemmed fairways that incorporate 14 ponds. Deer and wild turkey occasionally dart across the zoysia fairways, casually stopping to lay down their beach towels in one of the course's 100-plus sand traps. After conquering the water-guarded green of the 11th hole and carrying the ball past the water-flanked fairway of the 18th, golfers can relax by slicing into steak and seafood at the clubhouse restaurant. The lounge on the recently renovated clubhouse porch offers views of the course and adventurous players strapping on snorkeling masks to retrieve balls in the course’s waterways.
Course at a Glance: