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Enid, United States
Reviewed 14 July 2017
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Stayed here for one night in Tulsa. It's fairly centrally located so it's definitely walking distance to restaurants and some points of interest. The room was very comfortable with a decent-ish view. Staff was friendly and helpful. I'd recommend and come here again!
On the way from arizona to new york we stayed at the Hyatt Regency in tulsa. It was by far second to none. We were celebrating our first anniversary on the way to New York for family. Micheal Farr of the Hyatt Regency ensured that...More
We decided to go for a quick get away and found a great deal on the regency in Tulsa. We stayed on floor 14 the room was nice and clean, we forgot a few things and the Front desk was happy to bring some things...More
We stayed here for 4 nights in May during the Mayfest and HopJam. It was the closest place to the Brady Arts district we could get (the hotel in the Brady Arts was fully booked). Mayfest was literally right outside the door and beautiful Tulsa's...More
Self parking is $8/day. The garage is a multi-level covered garage. You simply turn into garage, get a parking ticket from the machine in order for the bar to raise so You can enter. I did not use valet parking so I don't... More
Self parking is $8/day. The garage is a multi-level covered garage. You simply turn into garage, get a parking ticket from the machine in order for the bar to raise so You can enter. I did not use valet parking so I don't know the cost. Also, on the weekends and after 5pm on the weekdays, You can find a parking at the meters on the street for free, but depending on how lucky You may be, You could find a parking that is close or one that may be a block or two or three or more away.