I chose this hotel in downtown Tulsa for the location & history. The building is from the 1920's & housed the Atlas Life Insurance Company. The hotel is located from the 2nd floor to the 12th with a deli, shops & cafe on the first floor. They have done a great job keeping some of the original details of the building. The second floor is where the hotel lobby, small gym, market & cafe/bar are located. Our room was a standard king located on the 6th floor with a view of the building next door. The only rooms with views are on the corners of the hotel. The hotel feels safe & you only have access to your floor with a swipe of the room key in the elevator. The room was clean, nicely decorated & also had a desk, wardrobe, mini bar/frig. Our room was very quiet on the weekend but became noisy on Monday mornings street garbage pickup. The hotel is close to the Brady Arts District & the Blue Dome District which has great restaurants & bars. On Friday & Saturdays there's a free Trolley to take you there with a stop near the hotel. We walked back to the hotel one evening from the Blue Dome district. I definitely recommend eating at the Atlas cafe on the first floor & Mod's cafe just down the street. The hotel has valet for $15 a day or there is a garage down the street for $8 a day. On the weekends you can park free right on the street which is not a problem. My only disappointment with the hotel was the staff at the lobby desk. None of the people we came in contact with there were friendly. I perceived them to be rushed & disinterested in their guests. We also asked for a room on a high floor & were given the 6th. The hotel was not busy. The rest of the staff in the hotel were pleasant.