Sleep Inn Oklahoma City

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

4620 W. Enterprise Way, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73128, United States
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 14% higher than other 2 star hotels

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  • Solo80
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Travel Tips for Oklahoma City

Oklahoma Redhawks

by Paulie_D

Missing your baseball while visiting OKC?

Head on down to Bricktown to see the Oklahoma Redhawks.

You'll find them at the SBC Bricktown Ballpark, known locally as 'The Brick', with a statue of the world famous Mickey Mantle out front.

Plenty of local parking or the local trolley stops right outside.

Got Hawaiian?

by ATXtraveler about Kona Ranch

I had not realized the history of the American Cowboy, and how it had extended past the continental US and into Hawaii. According to the entry wall, Hawaiians long ago had invited American Cowboys over to their island to teach the locals how to properly herd and ranch the long horned cattle they received from England in and around the early 1800s. These cattle were considered sacred in Hawaiian culture, and the taste of Hawaiian beef became legendary.

Kona Ranch likes to live off this history, and creates an interesting steakhouse option to the traditional ones in OKC. The menu is evidence of a great cultural switch, and alot of the steaks have options that include some sort of Hawaiian flavor, including pineapples or a sweet teriyaki style sauce. Their sweet and tangy barbecue sauce was absolutely delicious.

We went to Kona for lunch, so I did not sample the large steak, opting instead for the lunch sized Brisket Baked Potato. This was a large baked potato, with cheese, sour cream, and loaded with brisket, then covered in the Hawaiian style BBQ sauce.

I would highly recommend this place, and will be returning for dinner.

OKC Bombing Memorial

by Edgeon

A heart-wrenching and deeply symbolic memorial that (ironically and sadly) brings more tourists to OKC than the other attractions. The grounds take some explaining, but when one realizes what each thing means, it becomes clear and beautiful. Two large walls stand at either end, one with a minute before the explosion inscribed in it, the other with the minute after, symbolizing a frozen minute between the two, a time that should never existed and is now replaced with verdant gardens and scenic walkways. It has 132 stone chairs on a lawn, each symbolizing a person who died that day, the smaller ones representing the children. They are lit from beneath and seem to float when seen at night. Other symbolic icons can be found around the memorial, from the 'Survival Tree,' the one tree to survive the explosion despite the fact that it was imbedded with debris, a statue of Jesus turned away from the site and weeping and the orten-photographed memorial fence, which once surrounded the remains of the Murrah Building and had been adorned with cards, stuffed animals and flowers. The site is worth going to for reflection.

The Oklahoma City Zoo is very...

by brdwtchr

The Oklahoma City Zoo is very nice. We had the best time there one day in February a few years ago. Though it was February it was unusually warm and the animals were very active. Not many people were at the zoo because it is usually much colder that time of year. There was not a dolphin show that day because I don't think there were more than 12 people in the entire zoo. They announced that the dolphins would have training at 1:00pm and we were welcome to watch for free. There were so few of us there that the dolphin trainer invited every one of us up on to the platform with her to see the training from best seats in the house. At the end of the dolphins work out the trainer had one of the dolphins jump up on to a piece of wet plastic lying on the stage. Every one was allowed to pet the dolphin. I can't promise this will happen for you but take a chance and visit the zoo one day in February if the weather is mild.
In the past decade the Oklahoma City Zoo has done a lot to renovate and improve the habitats for the animals and the visitors.

A few minutes remembering OKC

by kymbanm

"The Memorial ......."

"We come here to remember
Those who were killed, those who survived, and those changed forever
May all who leave here know the impact of violence
May this memorial offer comfort, strength, peace, hope and serenity"


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Address: 4620 W. Enterprise Way, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73128, United States