Spacious Rooms Close to Trendy Bricktown Neighborhood
In Oklahoma City's revitalized Bricktown neighborhood, water taxis whizz along the canal, ferrying passengers from one vibrant attraction to another. Once the home of factories and warehouses, the district's distinctive brick buildings now house dozens of trendy shops, restaurants, clubs, and theaters. Not far away stands the Bricktown Hotel & Convention Center, whose spacious, comfortable rooms provide an ideal base for exploring the popular neighborhood as well as everything else Oklahoma City has to offer.
Sunlight streams into standard rooms from floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking verdant landscaping. One king or two queen-size Serta mattresses, dressed in rich gold linens, take center stage on the carpeted floor. A stainless-steel mini fridge hums quietly in the corner, and in the bathroom, Rusk salon products line up along the countertops.
In the morning, a complimentary continental breakfast kicks off the day with steaming coffee and a pile of pastries. The hotel's 24-hour complimentary shuttle takes hotel guests to and from Bricktown attractions, saving them from paying for cabs or overworking their travel-size pogo sticks.
Oklahoma City: Vibrant Neighborhoods with Western Roots
More than 50 shops, restaurants, and clubs line Bricktown's navigable canal. Locals and out-of-towners alike flock to the area to dance at one of its rambunctious bars or take in a show at the Civic Center. On nearby Persimmon Hill, the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum houses a vast collection of western art and cowboy artifacts, including chaps, spurs, revolvers, and Annie Oakley's first water pistol.