We don't usually stay at nice hotels, but the kids insisted they wanted to go swimming..so we found a hotel with a nice pool. It was definitely more expensive than the average sort of place we stay at but very nice. Compared to ...camping , which is what we usually do, this was downright luxury:-)
Good breakfast too!
Hotel would not honor reservation at AAA price. When pressed, manager/owner agreed to reserve room at highest end of AAA range. When I got there, not only did the owner claim to have no record of the reservation but he again would not honor the AAA rate. When I protested, he refused to rent me a room at any rate and called the police if I would not leave! Bad vibes, bad consumer ethics.
This is a good basic American motel type facility. It is only a couple of years old, so is bright, clean and cheerful. The rooms are a little larger than some and are quite good.
They have a nice small pool. You can also rent their large "Grand Room" for receptions, etc. We attended a wedding reception there and it was quite nice. They also serve a "continental" breakfast which consists of juice, coffee, waffles and somewhat mediocre muffins.
As American motels go, this one is pretty good. The rooms are good size and clean. The breakfast is a cut above some in that you can get a hot meal if you like (eggs, pancakes, etc.).
It has a nice indoor pool with patio seating around it.
I have found that Holiday Inn Express provides excellent accommodations at a very reasonable price. They also have the advantage of being quite common in many parts of the US. Consequently, I sought out one of these locations when we had reached our first day driving destination. It was a Saturday night but there was no problem regarding the lack of a reservation.
Clean, comfortable and reasonably priced. We paid US$88 including tax.
Continental breakfast buffet
Free local phone calls
Free long distance access
Indoor Swimming pool/hot tub .
Activities include Whitetail deer, wild boar and wild turkey
hunting, fishing, bird watching, (bald eagles in winter), squirrel hunting, weekend getaways, corporate retreats and meetings. Meals furnished.
Rustic rock lodge on private 15,000-acre
ranch has 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, fully
stocked kitchen, large dining room,
breakfast room, laundry facilities, den
with fireplace, walk-in cooler.
Ranch has 9 miles of Blue River frontage. .
my advice is just find a chain hotel. most are reasonably priced so this shouldnt be a problem. I am from here so i have never stayed in a hotel here.
anywhere from 40 to 140 bucks a night, depoends what you are looking for
Shangri-La Resort & Conference Center Golf and Country Club
Just an hour and a half from Tulsa this premier resort on the waterfront of Grand Lake has it all! Deluxe accommodations, family activities, a marina, recreation center, conference facilities, top rated fishing, fishing guides, water sports, a premier 36-hole championship golf course, indoor/outdoor tennis courts and swimming pools, spa services and much more!
Shangri-La's full service conference facilities can accommodate groups from 20 to 2,000.
Eat at the Greenery restaurant or order room service.
Unwind at R.D.'s Lobby Bar and Monkey's for drinks and live entertainment.
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