Styling expert Darrell Grant has reshaped hairdos and trimmed back overgrown strands for more than two decades. Clients can ease into styling chair for a quick cut and style, or hang around for a more in-depth treatment, such as luminous highlights or a complete color change. Darrell also irons out kinks and blocks frizz for up to six months with keratin blowouts.
Compadres Mexican Grill serves handmade authentic Mexican food and drinks in a warm and friendly environment. Once seated at your table, you'll be welcomed by handmade chips and escorted by three different varieties of salsa. The eatery's extensive dinner menu features fresh takes on Mexican favorites. The herculean eight-inch burrito especial comes stuffed with your choice of beans, beef or chicken along with all the fixings ($9.75) for an edible experience as grand and tubular as a rocket launch past the tasty outer stratosphere and straight into the void of deliciousness. The borracho tacos (steak, chicken, or shrimp) ($9.75) and fajitas de la casa (chicken or steak) ($10.79) are freshly grilled to order.
After five years lavishing clients from its Brookside locale, Mirabella Salon and Spa has expanded to a new Tulsa location inside the Montereau retirement village. At both locations, massage therapists pore over muscles with Swedish or deep-tissue strokes, groom and decorate fingernails, and reduce skin blemishes that resemble topographical ski-resort maps with a slate of nourishing facials. Separate men's and women's facilities at the Montereau location allow for maximum comfort and privacy during Botox treatments, microdermabrasions, and waxing services, but guests can come together at the Spa Cafe to chat or feast on smoothies, wraps, and salads.
Natural Lullabies unites community support and yoga to create a safe haven for families. Boasting two birth suites alongside its class studio, the space focuses on easing the mind and body during planning, pregnancy, and parenthood alike. Owner Melissa Cameron has supervised childbirth classes for more than 500 families, and together with certified nurse-midwife Ruth Cobb, she leads seminars on multiple aspects of maternity. Cameron and Cobb relax expectant moms with prenatal yoga lessons and welcome babies to play alongside their guardians during Mommy & Me classes. Their workshops can cover couples yoga, baby sign language, and Mama's Night Out activities, which allow mothers to de-stress without tuning baby monitors to the smooth-jazz station. By dismissing rigid philosophies, the staff further cultivates a serene environment, encouraging guests to discover their own yoga viewpoints through self-reflection.
With a stay at Hyatt Place Tulsa/Southern Hills in Tulsa (South Tulsa - Woodland Hills), you'll be convenient to St. Francis Hospital and Southern Hills Country Club. This hotel is within close proximity of Southern Hills Country Club and Woodland Hills Mall.
Make yourself at home in one of the 126 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and flat-panel televisions. Your bed comes with triple sheeting and down blankets, and all rooms are furnished with sofa beds. 42-inch high-definition televisions with premium TV channels provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Bathrooms feature shower/tub combinations, designer toiletries, and hair dryers.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
DonÃât miss out on recreational opportunities including an outdoor pool and a 24-hour fitness facility. This hotel also features complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and a television in the lobby.
You can find a meal at a coffee shop/café serving guests of Hyatt Place Tulsa/Southern Hills, or stop in at a snack bar/deli. At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include business services, audiovisual equipment, and express check-in. Planning an event in Tulsa? This hotel features 1100 square feet (99 square meters) of event facilities. Free parking is available onsite.
Since its bay doors first slid open in 1976, Mr. Klean Carwash has freed cars from the grip of highway crud under the watchful eye of the Short family. Current owner Jimmy Short oversees cleaning sessions undertaken by both the soft-cloth brushes of the automated wash tunnels and the elbow-grease-powered scrubbers of his team of detail technicians. Mr. Klean’s commitment to cleanliness extends to the planet as well, with biodegradable products that don’t foul the water table and a staggered equipment schedule that prevents wasted energy and any one squeegee from getting too big of an ego.