By Rose Overbey
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Country singer George Strait once crooned, “Tell me something bad about Tulsa.” He was lamenting the loss of his lover and looking for reasons to stay away from a broken romance. But as he remembered her “eyes as blue as Tulsa skies,” he found it difficult to stay firm in his resolve. Tourists to this city will understand why George Strait didn’t want to leave. This once western city, turned “Oil Capital of the World,” with its temperate weather, is a wonderful place to visit. invites you to see Tulsa, Oklahoma for yourself. Tulsa International Airport (TUL) is less than ten miles from the city. Book your flight today with To do so, please follow the link to make flight arrangements ( And, when scouting for your hotel on, please refer below to our top selections of hotels in the Tulsa area for assistance with finding accommodations. In Tulsa, the Holiday Inn Express is our top selection for is relaxed and tranquil environment. Book through by following the link to the hotel portion of our website ( suggests you start your tour the moment you arrive. Mohawk Park is directly across from the airport. After being coped up in a plane, it’ll be a nice way to rejuvenate yourself as you explore what the park has to offer. The name Mohawk Park may tip visitors off to the Tulsa area’s history as originally being a part of Indian Territory. The area reflects that history in the names of its streets as well, like “Apache Street” or “Cherokee Expressway.” Mohawk Park is home to the Tulsa Zoo and Living Museum. Take a tour atop a camel, go for a ride on the carousal, or climb the Monolith rock climbing wall. The park also has a boating and fishing area, along with many picnic tables.

Next, recommends traveling into the downtown area of Tulsa. Tulsa is adorned with buildings done in the Art Deco architectural style. This high concentration – one of the highest in the country – is reflective of the time when Tulsa flourished from the oil boom. The first oil well was discovered near Tulsa in the first year of the 20th century. This discovery prompted growth throughout the century. The population swelled while culture flourished. recommends visiting the Philbrook Museum. Once an oil barons’ estate, today the museum is one of the country’s top 50 fine art museums. Surrounded by gorgeous gardens and filled with some of the nation’s finest works of art – a trip to the Philbrook is a feast for the eyes.

A trip to Gilcrease museum gives visitors a taste of the American West. recommends this museum for those interested in learning more about the Wild West. The museum is home to the largest collection of Western artifacts. While Tulsa is home to wonderful museums, the city itself has landmarks that serve as exhibits for its past and promise for the future. Sculptures created by local artists can be found throughout the city and commercial and cultural art is found everywhere. The “golden driller” stands tall in the Tulsa fairgrounds. Meanwhile fountains dance along Tulsa’s River Parks. Visitors will be charmed by the plethora of sculptures that adorn the Arkansas River Trails. recommends a trip to Tulsa. It’s been recommended by Forbes as one of America’s most livable cities and visitors can see why. The city’s vibrant energy will be felt by its young, but bountiful history, and promising future. Just click the link above and book your next trip to Tulsa with
Hotels in Tulsa
By Adam J. Mohney
Quality Inn
2316 West Cameron Street Tulsa, OK
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Quality Inn (formally the Holiday Inn Express) Tulsa Downtown Area is a wonderful choice for travelers looking for an affordable and accessible place to stay in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Located only two miles from the city center and 11 miles from Tulsa International Airport (TUL), the hotel is ideal for travelers looking to stay in Tulsa on a budget without sacrificing location.

Quality Inn Tulsa Downtown is near all of the city's most prominent attractions, specifically travelers looking to explore the arts and history of the Oklahoman city. These attractions include Gilcrease Museum, Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa Zoo and Living Museum, Brady Theatre and the rustic natural setting of Utica Square in the city center. Other attractions include Bells Amusement Park and Discoveryland USA, great choices for families and those traveling with children.

Rooms booked on at Quality Inn Tulsa Downtown will keep guests connected and cater to the budget-minded. Daily newspapers, a television with in-room movies, a work desk, telephone with voicemail and wireless internet options allow guests to enjoy the same level of connectivity they do at their own homes. Rooms also include a coffeemaker, mini refrigerator and microwave, so buying groceries and eating in is always an option. Rooms also come with individual climate control and a hairdryer.

Quality Inn Tulsa Downtown also offers some relaxation and fitness to guests during their stay. The business center allows working travelers to stay connected and the health and fitness center helps guests keep up with their workout routines. Also on-site is a relaxing whirlpool and a seasonal outdoor pool.

Each morning guests of Quality Inn Tulsa Downtown can start their day right with a delicious, complimentary breakfast buffet featuring hot, warm and cold breakfast options at no extra charge. Kids can also eat free throughout their stay at the hotel. Nearby dining options are also available on Tulsa's popular Club District, which features a variety of eating options for all types of travelers. invites you to enjoy Tulsa, Oklahoma at an affordable rate by booking Quality Inn Tulsa Downtown Area now. With great rates, wholesome amenities and accessibility to the city center, there is no better place to stay on a budget. Book on by clicking the following link now (
Hotels in Tulsa
By Monicaaz
Aloft Tulsa
6716 S. 104th East Avenue, Tulsa, OK
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The Aloft Tulsa Hotel is located 15 minutes from the downtown business district and is just minutes from various stores and restaurants.  The hotel is located approximately 15 minutes from the Tulsa International Airport (TUL) and offers a shuttle to and from for no additional charge.  Check in is at 3 pm, and can be done through touch and go kiosks, which also allows guests to pick their rooms and floor and provides keys!  These kiosks also allow printing for boarding passes for you next flight. Parking is free for travelers driving in.

The Aloft Tulsa hotel boasts 136 beautiful art-deco styled loft rooms, each with 9 foot ceilings and oversized window, allowing radiant natural lighting and a spacious feel. All rooms are smoke free, offer complimentary bottled water and coffee, high speed internet access with data ports and an ergonomic work space, a connectivity station for all electronic needs, a personal mini-fridge and other personal care amenities like a hairdryer, ironing board and iron, and toiletries.  For children, child size Air Mattresses are also offered and can be added to the room, making children feel like they have their own space.  The hotel is also pet-friendly.

The Aloft hotel offers a fully equipped meeting room that can fit up to 60 people.  Additional amenities include socially active and kid friendly public spaces called Re:mix lounge.  Here patrons can enjoy quiet time for reading the paper, sipping coffee or working on their laptop.  Adjacent is the WXYZ Bar, where guests can enjoy a new age atmosphere while sipping a cocktail, playing pool or watching sports on the big-screen television.  At the Re:Fuel, the hotels’ 24-hr take-away eatery, guests can enjoy fresh foods like sandwiches, salads and treats.  If its exercise that it being sought, there is also an onsite 24-hr gym and an outdoor pool, open from dusk to dawn.

Check-out is at noon and can be done from one of the kiosks or in your own room.  Whether staying a night or a week, the staff here is helpful and friendly, the amenities are filled with comfort and ease, and the location is central making this a great traveling experience for all guests.  Makes sure to click this link ( to book through today.