Our downtown Oklahoma City hotel, The Skirvin Hilton Oklahoma City, is an elegant and historic building in the heart of downtown Oklahoma City, adjacent to the Cox Convention Center. Near the Bricktown Entertainment District, the hotel is a short walk to many local attractions. For a century, this hotel has been a base for influential Americans, including past presidents and politicians. It has now been architecturally restored to ensure the building remains a grand landmark in the city Host celebrations and meetings in grandiose surroundings at The Skirvin Hilton Oklahoma City. From ballrooms to boardrooms, the versatile meeting/banquet space can be used for a whole range of events. The events services team members at this downtown Oklahoma City hotel are on hand to take care of the organization and the running of the event. Prepare for business at the hotel business center featuring a variety of services, office equipment and internet access Experience Southwestern charm at the Park Avenue Grill serving American cuisine with a Southern twist and listen to live jazz at the Red Piano Bar while sipping a signature cocktail. Work out at the fitness center featuring the latest in cardiovascular and strength equipment or take a dip in the heated indoor pool Relax in a stylish guest room with high-speed internet access, LCD TV and bathrobes, or choose an elegant suite with a separate living room and WiFi.
clean,comfortable room.staff with good hospitality mind
I thought the hotel was beautiful & we got good service at the restaurant & bar. We went to Red Earth Pow-Wow at the Cox Convention Center & it was two blocks away. We walked to the Murrah Federal Building Memorial as well as Bricktown, also in walking distance. My roommate left her cellphone & charger in the room & y'all are mail-ing it to her. I appreciate that immensely.
I got an Email confirmation that said I had only one room. I called Book-ing & got that straightened out, then had problems checking in at the desk when we got there.
accomadating, close to bricktown, hint of mystery
I would not have been able to afford it on my own.