We stayed here after leaving NM and knew we didn't want to stay at the other hotel for when we headed out west. We arrived in the early afternoon without a reservation and in hopes of getting a room and we were in luck! The Front Desk clerk didn't seem too happy, but it could be because she had just gotten reamed out on the phone. The one thing I didn't like about how she handled the phone call was that she kept putting the blame on her boss, I believe his name was Don. The more professional way would have been, I can look into it and have the manager get back to you. She was a little short with us, but I understand because she had just gotten an earful and it is sometimes difficult to put a smile on after something like that. So we get checked in, and I guess she didn't believe we didn't have a dog with us and made me sign a waiver, we didn't have our dog with us as he was 750 miles away at home...I only wish he could have made the trip with us! When we walked out to get our bags, a kid was skateboarding through the parking lot, so we thought to ourselves might be best to bring in the $300's worth of boards in for the night, also after that kid went through, there were two police officers who drove through and parked by the adjacent hotel and chatted. Never know if police presence is a good sign or bad, and the property is located in a mixed land use area. When we came back in, the clerk just gave us a weird look because we had the boards tucked under our arms, but it was all good. Trotted up the 2 flights of stairs (didn't know there was an elevator until I read some reviews later on in the night) and found our room. It was very nice. Coffee maker was in the bathroom which is kinda gross, but I don't drink coffee so it is all good. I did post pictures of our room please feel free to look at them! We got settled in for the night, I was up bright and early (which was the plan) but my teenage daughter slept in! This is the first time in the week we had been on the road that she slept so soundly! I'm guessing it was the bed!! The shower isn't for tall people....I'm 5'7 and had to bend a little backwards to wash my hair. The breakfast was nothing special, waffles, pastries, cereal and juice, but again, if you have read my reviews, I'm not a big breakfast person. At about 8 or 9 a.m. Jet's started taking off, not sure if that is an everyday occurrence or just happens once in awhile, but if you are one to sleep in, you might not be happy with that. Our room was on the East side close to the freeway and it wasn't that noisy, just in the am.
Also, quick note, this hotel does deserve a 5, but when I am TOLD to give a 5 rating at Trip Advisor, I ding the property for it. The clerk who checked us out in the morning instead of saying, "If you enjoyed your stay, please review us at Trip Advisor" but she said "Make sure to give us a 5 at Trip Advisor".
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- Ramada Tulsa, Oklahoma. Superior guest service, value pricing, and Tulsa's best kept lodging secret. Complimentary: Full hot breakfast, WiFi, Business center, Fitness center, Parking, Pool and whirlpool. We also offer: Guest laundry, Suite shop, Valet dry cleaning. We are minutes away from your next destination. Located in Mid-town Tulsa (I-44 & Memorial). Tulsa International Airport, EXPO Square/ Fairgrounds, Restaurants, Sports complexes, Corporate headquarters. ... more less
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