Just finished a two-night stay at this hotel on business and thought overall that it was very nice for a business hotel. The hotel is located on the edge of downtown OKC and on the edge of Bricktown, which passes for all there is to see or do in the downtown area and is very nice, if not a bit touristy, overall. If looking for a place to unwind, I would highly recommend Tap Werks on Sheridan in BT - 100 beers on tap, great food and plenty of character!
My room was a king with a very spacious and comfy bed and a living area consisting of a sofa and chair. The desk was generous and the room had free internet. The bathroom was clean and large with nice shower. It was definitely a good room to come back to at the end of the day.
Hotel amenities seemed fine, though I did not avail myself of many of them. The bar was nice but the beer selection was dismal. The group I was with went out to Bricktown both nights and didn't hangout at the bar but for one apertif after dinner the first night. The hotel tried to create some atmosphere in the bar with some live acoustic music, which was nice enough.
Foodwise, the grab and go food bar they advertise in the commercials turned out to be a disappointment, with a paltry selection of overpriced everything, with below average quality on the fresh items. However, the breakfast buffet was good.
In sum, I didn't have any major complaints and would recommend this hotel for business travel to central OKC.