Stayed at the Mayo Hotel for a week in August for business. I booked an executive suite through Expedia.com. When I checked out of the hotel, the charge was $848 for a 7 day stay.
The Mayo Hotel is located in downtown Tulsa, and not much else is located nearby. There is a convention center of some sort nearby, but not many restaurants or shops. The Mayo Hotel is surrounded mostly by office buildings. This is not a problem unless you don't have a car. If you do have a car, there are a few highways really close by.
The Mayo Hotel offers valet service, I think they charged $20 a day for the valet, but I don't remember seeing it included in my bill when I checked out. There are also plenty of parking lots nearby if you want to park the car yourself. The valet is in front of the hotel, but there's only enough space for about 3 cars. It can get really busy when there's a specially function going on.
The hotel has a restaurant on the ground floor called Trula, as well as a coffee shop called Topeca Coffee, that has an entrance from the lobby. On the second floor (Mezzanine level) they have a "business center" that consists of 2 computers, I don't recall seeing a printer in there. Also on the second floor is the fitness center that has 2 or 3 treadmills, and some pairs of dumbbells. I saw dumbbells from 5 lbs. to 55 lbs. There's a ballroom located on the 6th floor, and a penthouse/bar located on the 16th floor. The penthouse has outdoor seating that looks out over the city, it's a nice view.
I got room 807, which is at the end of the hallway, and was pretty quiet. The suite had a sitting area, that had a round table, with 4 stools. There was also a living room area with two seats, a coffee table, and end table, and a large ottoman that accommodated both seats. In the living room is a 52 inch flat screen TV mounted to the wall. Next to that is a kitchenette with marble counters, a small refrigerator, and a microwave. There is no stove or burners, and they don't furnish the cabinets with any silverware, I had to go to Target and get utensils and paper plates.
A hallway connects the kitchenette and the bedroom, with a large bathroom in between. The bathroom is separated into two sections. The first section has a large sink with plenty of counter space, and a large bathtub, that's great for soaking in. When standing in front of the sink, there's an air vent directly overhead, and it gets cold if you use the sink right after getting out of the shower. On the counter by the sink they kept a hair dryer, and a small mirror that contained a light around the rim of the mirror, very useful for shaving. The second section is separated with a sliding door, and contains the toilet and a large standing shower. The shower has 3 vents, the regular overhead vent, and two additional vents. The shower has weird controls, with three knobs. There's an on/off knob, one of the shower vents is over the knob, and the second shower vent is under the knob. But located on the same knob as the on/off switch is another knob, that controls how many vents are in use. To the left of the on/off knob, is a third knob, that also controls how many vents are in use. None of the knobs controlled the water temperature.
In the bedroom they had a work desk, a dresser, and a 52 inch flat screen TV on top of the dresser. On either side of the king bed were wall mounted end tables. There's also a closet with a safe inside. There's plenty of sockets in the room for appliances. There's also a cable on the desk to connect to the internet. There were about 8 pillows on the bed, and everything was really soft and comfortable.
The staff was really friendly, and they recognize their guests. I was there when they were having a wedding, and a basketball team was having some kind of party, but the hotel was still quiet. You can hear the hotel doors opening and closing if you're sitting in the living room, but other than that everything was quite. This is a great hotel if you're in town for business. But there are other cheaper places nearby if you're coming to Tulsa for vacation.
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