Crowne Plaza Hotel - Tulsa
100 East 2nd Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 47103, United States
welcome to Crowne Plaza Tulsa
I stayed at the Crowne Plaza in Tulsa, Oklahoma during my business trip there. This hotel had multiple meeting rooms and we had our dinner at their grand ballroom that was elegant. They provided us with everything we needed for our meeting, from 35mm slide projector, to flip chart and markers, microphone, overhead projectors, and VCR. I’d highly recommend this hotel for your next meeting. If you want to check out their web site, go to: www.cptulsahotel.com
Unique Quality: # Alarm Clock Radio
# Blackout Drapes
# Cable/Satellite TV with Premium Channels
# CD Player
# Coffee/Tea Maker
# Comfortable King or Double Beds
# Complimentary Newspaper (M-F)
# Desk with Lamp
# Electrical Adapters Available
# Electronic Check-Out
# Electronic/Magnetic Keys
# Hair Dryer
# Housekeeping Daily
# Internet Access - High Speed & Wireless
# Iron/Ironing Board
# Newspapers Delivered to Room
# Massage - Available In Element Spa
# Pay-per-View Movies
# Refrigerator (Club Level Rooms)
# Rollaway Beds
# Two Dual-Line Telephones with Speakerphone
# Voice Mail
# Wake-up Calls
# Whirlpool Bath (Suites)
Directions: Philbrook Museum of Art - 3 miles
Tulsa Country Golf Club - 3 miles
# Tulsa Performing Arts Center - .05 mile
# Tulsa Convention Center - 7 blocks
Adam's Mark now a Crowne Plaza
This hotel holds a special place in my heart, since I spent my wedding night here, back in the last century when it was a Westin. It subsequently became an Adam's Mark and is now a Crowne Plaza.
The hotel's location is one of its greatest assets. It is located in the heart of downtown Tulsa, adjacent to the Williams Center Green (a very small, pretty park) and the Tulsa Performing Arts Center (PAC) - home to the ballet, opera, plays and Broadway productions. The developing Blue Dome entertainment district on 2nd Street is just a few blocks away.
The port cochere and main entrance to the hotel is on second street, though the front desk is actually a level up in a lobby accessible from the 3rd Street/PAC side. The hotel's public areas are decorated in a somewhat non-descript style but are pleasant and well maintained, and the giant stalagtite-like chandelier over the entry lobby escalators is interesting. The rooms are quiet, comfortable and nicely furnished in a traditional style. I recommend asking for a room on the east side of the building, facing the PAC and park.
At least under previous management the staff exhibited the kind of thoughtful friendliness that generally characterizes Tulsans. Once when Mrs. BixB and I visited for an anniversary, the Adam's Mark staff surprised us with a complimentary upgrade to the Presidential Suite. After enjoying its seperate living room, dining area and bedroom, raised roman tub, and glass-fronted two-person shower, it might be an understatement to say that we felt that was an extremely nice gesture. (Should the present Crowne Plaza management wish to send me a message making a similar offer for the next anniversary, it would be warmly received and accepted - and duly noted here!).
Even without such a generous comp, we'll always view the Williams Center Westin/Adams Mark/Crowne Plaza with a certain endearment, and no doubt will continue to return and recommit to a marriage that happily has more staying power than the hotel's various owners.
Unique Quality: location near Performing Arts Center; nice rooftop indoor/outdoor pool
Directions: From I-244W exit west on 1st St, go west past the BOK Tower (tallest building) to Cheyenne, turn left on Cheyenne and go one block south to 2nd, turn left on 2nd and the hotel will be two blocks ahead on the right.
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Could Be Better
Our stay at the Crowne Plaza in Tulsa was full of problems. One of our rooms had no hot water so we had to go to a different floor to get a shower. Parking garage was full so we had to drive around for while waiting for a spot to park. Had difficulty finding the hotel because the road leading off the interstate which we were instructed to take by the hotel website was barracaded. It was late and we were driving around downtown Tulsa up and down the one-way streets looking for the place.The facility is undergoing renovation so right now is not a good time to stay there. May be nice in a year or so.
Nothing wrong with the Crowne Plaza
We stayed at the Crowne Plaza whilst travelling route 66. We had read some poor reviews on here but had got a good price ($63) for a Friday night stay. The other reason we booked is because it is probably the nearest hotel to Cains Ballroom and we had booked tickets to go there. The reviews on here must have been for a different hotel as the rooms were fine, pretty standard for a chain hotel company but they were clean spacious etc. Parking is available for $11 in the car park next door which seems fine. The best part of our stop in Tulsa was visiting Soundpony a bar just down the road from Cains, we were feeling a little worse for wear the morning after thats for sure but it was definitley worth it!
Great Downtown Tulsa Hotel
While, the location of the Crowne Plaza is located downtown, there really isn't much to do outside the hotel... unless you're there on business. During May, there's a nice music and arts festival called Mayfest that takes place right outside the hotel, and if you're there during this time, request a room that faces the stage for some really great views.
Most of the rooms have a little opera balcony (a balcony where you slide open the door and you have about 6 inches of usable space). The valet was very helpful, and the parking lot is located downstairs.
During the daytime, all the restaurants downtown are open, but past 6PM, they are all closed. The Brady District (Boston & Main) is about a 5 minute walk away, and there are some restaurants there (I recommend Caz's), as well as some bars.
It's a little scary walking around at night as there are a lot of homeless people. The scary thing is that they actually come up to you and ask for money, and if you start walking away they yell even louder. I would be careful when walking around at night.
One Tired Hotel
This hotel is really showing its age. The room was not only worn (carpet, cabinets, shower) but it was not clean. The beds are nice, but that's about it. We had breakfast at the hotel restaurant and it was good. Look for a different play to stay though.
I have stayed here about 5 time in the last year and Ive had enough. I stay here becuase my company makes reservations via corporate lodging and I will be avoiding tulsa until they get a new hotel
Plan on lots of noise due to paper thin walls, and rude people running down halls and slaming doors. If noise isnt a factor plan on your room being way to hot or too cold. The central heat and air in the Room cannot be adjusted for tempature just amount of air flow.
If you want a dark room geta bath towel and stuff it under the door to block the light from the hall.
If you get ambious and want to work out, plan on the best treadmill being broke but " maint had been notified and they are waiting for parts" yeah I'll believe that. Seems it has been broke since the end of 2005, guess they couldnt ship the parts fedex.
Upgraded rooms are very nice! Don't miss the spa downstairs!!
This hotel is in the middle of an upgrade, and we were lucky to be in one of the new rooms. Co-workers in the older rooms were not very happy, but it looks like when the renovation is complete, it will be a great hotel.
The machines in the gym definitely need a renovation, but they had plenty of free weights to work with.
The best part of this hotel is the spa downstairs. Don't leave town without visiting the Elements Spa!! I had an hour massage with Janna, and it was one of the best I've ever had. (Strange for me to say since I live in NYC!)
My co-workers have all said the same thing. Most have had massages, but one had a facial and came out looking unbelievably happy.
Just wait till you walk past the waiting room...and they're expanding to include couples massages by the pool upstairs.
Hope this information helped! If you're visiting any time soon, make sure you're in an upgraded room!
THE WORST EVER!!
Our rooms were booked months in advance. When we got there, they were overbooked...told us that our $200/night suite would now cost us $800! Very hateful, refused to apologize. We ended up paying $200 for a $89.00 room, only b/c we had no other options. The AC did not work. No hot water. Tons of noise due to ongoing renovations. From now on, will only stay at Doubletree.
WOW! What a Mistake!
What can I say but....Beware!!!!
Poor service, Poor location...
I was here for a convention and the Hotel was in the middle of renovations....
Hotel was booked six months prior and never let us know that there would be no pool or decent accomodations...
No fridge...No Microwave....Broken Iron...very small room...
When I discovered that the ammenities were unavailible for our week long stay i e-mailed the Hotel...no surprise no response....
Poorly trained staff at front desk and dining facilities...
Waited twenty minutes to be seated at breakfast buffet while three servers tried to figure out how to void a $1.60 cup of coffee from a guest ticket. When my party of five was finally seated there were no more plates for the buffet and the buffet looked like a herd of hogs had passed through...Needless to say we left and dined at the Doubletree down the road....
One high point....the maid staff was excellent and kept us stocked with cleen fresh towels....
This hotel would be my second choice to any Motel 6
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Crowne Plaza Hotel - Tulsa
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Address: 100 East 2nd Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 47103, United States