Hotel at a Glance: Wyndham Garden Oklahoma City Airport
Located just three miles from Will Rogers World Airport, the Wyndham Garden Oklahoma City Airport is a convenient base for travelers passing through the capital city of the Sooner State. The hotel recently underwent a multi-million dollar renovation, which is reflected in the contemporary lobby.
- Grab a quick bite to eat at Wyndham Eat Refresh Live Cafe or sit down for breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the on-site restaurant
- In-room amenities include flat-screen TVs, microwaves, and mini-fridges
- On-site recreation: Indoor pool, arcade area, and fitness center
Park and Fly Information
With this Groupon, you get a one-night stay at Wyndham Garden Oklahoma City Airport and up to 14 days of onsite parking. It’s an ideal arrangement for those traveling outside of Oklahoma City, since you can rest easy knowing that your car is safe and sound in the hotel lot.
Once you’ve returned to Will Rogers World Airport, simply take the shuttle back to the hotel to pick up your vehicle.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: Up-and-Coming City with Frontier History
Oklahoma City—the capital of the state—now has more than half a million people. That's an impressive number when you consider how young OKC is—it was founded practically overnight in 1889, during a free-for-all land grab which sent frontiersmen and women sprinting across the border to claim their own parcel of land. You can experience a taste of the old Oklahoman frontier at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, which has various galleries dedicated to Native American life, American cowboys, and rodeos.
That's not to say the city is all cowboys and covered wagons. The Bricktown Entertainment District has nightlife, restaurants, and shopping. The atmosphere is electric at most Oklahoma City Thunder games; the team has a 60–14 record over the last two seasons when playing behind the rabid home crowd. It's also worth it to swing by the Oklahoma City Zoo, home to 87 species of mammals including Western lowland gorillas, Indian rhinoceros, and big cats.
No trip to Oklahoma City would be complete without a visit to the Oklahoma City National Memorial. On the front lawn, there is a somber memorial is made up of 168 empty chairs, one for each person who died in the 1995 terrorist attack. A 30,000-square-foot interactive museum pays tribute to the victims, survivors, and rescuers.