We stayed two week nights at the Renaissance. Three adult family members stayed in a room with 2 beds when the hotel was sold out and very busy. I think the room number was 202.
The price for the room was very expensive considering the size and style of the room...$206.
The room was small, the 2 beds were Small, little storage space, and no counter space in the bathroom. Very good tv channel selections for a hotel. The room service menu though limited looked good and reasonably priced for the hotel. The door to the room "banged" shut, and you had to learn how to "tune out" the elevator bell. Shower was OK. The bedding and pillows were very nice.
Expensive internet!! I think with tax ---it would have been $15. a day...so we didn't use...same with the bottle of water provided in the room...$4.00.
Free outdoor self parking is on the South side of the building.
Valet service is available.
We ate one dinner at the hotel resturaunt... very expensive, all ala-carte!, OK food, limited menu. Interesting pesto that came with the bread. (Yummy)
Hotel service was OK with minor issues that were easy to overlook, since we knew the hotel was packed because of a wide spread city power outage from an ice storm.
Hotel employees were very professional, considerate, and gracious to all of the people who were looking for a place to stay
due to the storm.
Front "desk" staff and William (valet/bellman/employee) were excellent.
Pretty lobby, expansive, with water features, fish, and turtles.
Hotel has indoor pool (cold), Small whirlpool, sauna, and 24 hr. exercise room with good equipment. Plenty of towels and lockers, available.
One member of our group has stayed at the Renaissance in Richardson (Dallas) area. She preferred that hotel over the one in Tulsa....she said it was a lot different....
All in all, we enjoyed our stay at the Renaissance and were happy to have the accomodations available during the power outage.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- *** AAA FOUR DIAMOND AWARD RATING*** Providing traditional service to a contemporary clientele, our hotel offers gracious accommodations in elegant European style. We are ideally located in the heart of the city's shopping and dining district and surrounded by restaurants, entertainment venues, and Oklahoma's largest shopping mall. Visitors enjoy luxuriously appointed guest rooms that provide relaxation and contentment. For the business traveler, high speed internet access and a well designed work station encourage comfort and productivity. And our award winning Cyprus Grille Restaurant/Merlot's Lounge offer exquisite dining with a warm ambiance. We are proud to be Tulsa's premier hotel. Adhering to the highest standards of hospitality, our staff is committed to providing flawless service, extraordinary amenities, and a "bring you back again" experience. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Renaissance Tulsa Hotel Tulsa
- Tulsa Renaissance