Hampton Inn Oklahoma City-Northwest

3022 Northwest Expressway, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73112, United States
Hampton Inn Oklahoma City-Northwest
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  • Solo75
  • Business88

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by Triple_D

Family Travel Although you should always have your camera handy for travel. You won't see much worth snapping in OKC. Instead, bring a smile and a handshake and talk to the people who live there - that's the best thing you'll take away from the city. OKC has four beautiful seasons accentuated by hot summers and cold winters. Generally, the climate is dry which takes the edge off the extreme temperatures. Prepare accordingly - summer will reach 100 degrees with some regularity and winters are generally cold and windy with minimal snowfall - temps in the 30s but wind-chills sometimes near zero.

A good bite

by yumiyun about Panera Bread

A few locations available in OKC metro area. This bakery has great selection of bagles, pastries, soups and salads. French onion soup in sour dough bread. The soup is served in a large bread. The bread is so good that you will eat them all!

My favourite place in all of...

by wxgirl

My favourite place in all of Oklahoma City is a trip downtown, to the Myriad Botanical Gardens. The place is lush in the middle of winter, as well as the scorching heat of summer. It begs to be a location of quite thought and reflection, or of long philosophical discussions about the future with close friends. Top it off with dinner in Bricktown...

The Oklahoma City National...

by brdwtchr

The Oklahoma City National Memorial is dedicated to the 168 people killed in the terrorist bombing of the federal building that once stood where this reflecting pool now is. Be sure to get a brochure that explains all about the signifigance of the rows of chairs, the reflecting pool, the times on the entry ways either side of the pool, and the survivor tree. I strongly recommend visiting the Memorial but I'll tell you up front it is not a cheerful place.
The museum is very nice and I am glad I went there but it is also terribly sad. I got about 3/4's of the way through the museum looking at the exhibits and watching video tape interviews with rescue teams, doctors, and survivors when I just had to leave.

From Tragedy to Triumph

by BixB

Oklahoma City was thrown into the international spotlight in 1995 in a way that it would have preferred to avoid. With the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, Oklahoma City become front-page news, the target of a pencil-necked nutjob whose success in bringing sorrow and destruction probably exceeded his sociopathic expectations. But rather than deal a death blow to Oklahoma City, he merely set in motion a chain of events that proved the strength and resiliency of OKC's residents and resulted in a more vibrant and determined city than existed before.

The last ten years have seen OKC put into place an aggressive plan for civic improvement. Its citizens have given unflinching support to a long list of projects that are making over the city in a big way. With exciting new museums, the expanding Bricktown entertainment district, links to its frontier past, a world-class zoo, and major-league sporting events, Oklahoma City offers something for everyone. OKC is better than ever and worth a visit.

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 Hampton Inn Oklahoma City-Northwest

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Address: 3022 Northwest Expressway, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73112, United States