Mid-Range hotels in Tulsa, United States of America
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"Examine sheets before it gets too late!"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Feb 22, 2013
Wonderful customer service at the front desk! They made sure I received the room accommodations that were most important to me. I didn't realize the front desk service closed and when I tried to contact someone by phone from the room it surprised me when no one answered after midnight. So, I would say check in early and be sure to pull the covers back and make sure you have clean sheets (wasn't my hair) and that you have a full set of towels (needed another washcloth) to take a shower. The shower was great but I had to sleep on the side of the bed that was clean and all wrapped up in my pajamas and a robe. Did you change the sheets when I checked out?
"New bar and restaurant"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Feb 20, 2013
I did not care for the new bar there is not enough seating we were not waited on my husband had to go to the bar and order the price of drinks have more than doubled since our last stay. There no longer is a resteraunt per say it more like a deli,and all separated out.so we will no longer be relaxing in the bar or eating there we will go elsewhere,but we continue to love the hotel in general , it beautiful , affordable and convenient to downtown venues and clubs and places to eat. The staff are wonderful and friendly.
"The Campbell Hotel"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Feb 19, 2013
The rooms were very nice ;However, with all wood floors in the hallways,quiet stays will be hard to come by. We heard every step and every conversation. I am glad that the owner is planning a restaurant in the adjoining building so a good meal would be much closer. This hotel is in a section of town that has little or no quality restaurants or grocery stores.I guess this is to be expected in a revitalizing neighborhood . Good luck on returning customers.Just coffee and pastries,little fruit,no hot breakfast items.
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Feb 14, 2013
We're not a fan of driving through the city to find major shopping and eating areas, so we chose Staybridge for this reason. It didn't disappoint; within five minutes drive were major shopping, movie, eating, and grocery stores. The hotel, while doing some renovation during our stay, was comfortable, and the breakfast included with the price was more than adequate quality and quantity wise.