The vision for this hotel is incredible. How they turned an old ford parts plant into a modern luxurious hotel. we will definitely be back. Highly recommend! We also at at Mary Eddy’s. My wife ordered the crispy chicken breast and it had tons of flavor. Really good! I ordered the 8oz filet and while it was tender it did not have much flavor. We also ordered the asparagus and smashed potatoes. Super good! Desert was awesome too. The only negative I can share about this hotel is the Bodega restaurant. We decided to eat there for breakfast. We ordered 2 omelets, a side potatoes, and 2 lattes. I ordered a ham and cheese but I received a ham and bacon. They told me they don’t have ham when they delivered the food so they substituted bacon and charged extra for it. I also didn’t get my potatoes because they forgot to charge me for them. I was charged $42 for 2 omelette and 2 coffees. The omelette were small and barely had anything in them. I was still hungry when I left. This was a sad way to end our visit with this hotel, but overall I give this hotel 5 stars and Bodega 1 star! Which translates to 4 stars overall.…
This hotel is awesome! The staff is very friendly and I loved all the different art on every floor. The waiters and staff at Mary Eddys are very nice and attentive. The hotel is centrally located, and all the restaurants bars are really close for a very enjoyable weekend!
I've stayed at other 21C hotels and love this chain. Location near other restaurants and easy access to other area downtown sites. The artwork throughout the hotel is an attraction in itself, and the relaxed but sophisticated vibe is great. Room was generously sized, well appointed, immaculate. Bathroom was just a little dark for my liking, but well equipped and sized. Valet parking available or a convenient self parking garage across the street from hotel, which was convenient and a lot less expensive. Bar in this hotel excels, but was disappointed that breakfast and lunch was not table service--there is a bodega that serves breakfast, coffee, treats, but cafeteria style and when I am on vacation, I like breakfast buffet or serviced by waitstaff. That is my only issue in this hotel. Service was excellent--polite and professional, check in and check out a breeze. …
I’ve stayed at almost every 21C. This is so far my favorite. Situated in a hip downtown district, in an old Ford Motor factory, it’s ultra cool. I stayed in a luxury loft suite, which was AMAZING! It was huge! Two entire large walls of giant windows to let in tons of light (blackout curtains in place for when it’s time to sleep). A giant, comfy couch and TV/lounging area. On the other side is the sleeping area (with cushy bed and crisp, cool sheets). TV on that side too! And in the middle a wonderful closet/dressing area and wet room, including shower, shower wand, and soaker tub (which I made use of while sipping a cocktail made downstairs at Mary Eddy’s). I also got a two hour hot stone massage from Holly, which was therapeutic and relaxing. I enjoyed the modern/progressive art that pushed the envelope. I enjoyed the restaurant (reviewed separately) and the bar. Staff was helpful and attentive and very cool. This is a unique structure with many cool architectural attributes. Event spaces too. Yes, there is some street noise, but I slept like a baby. My one tip: don’t pay 28 bucks for valet parking. The parking garage right across the street is five bucks per day and takes just a couple minutes to park. I parked on the first level, just feet away, both nights/days. Would definitely 1000% do again.…
Really enjoyed our recent stay. Very friendly staff. Welcomed our dog warmly (and without a fee!). Unusual hotel, in an old Ford factory, with high ceilings, museum displays on the first floor and on the sleeping floor landings as well. Furnishings and layouts might not appeal to everyone, though we liked it. Very comfortable beds. Clean and modern.
This was my first stay at a 21c Museum hotel. I had not idea it was a chain. The OK City property is beautiful and spacious. I highly recommend it. The art was plentiful and really cool. The guest rooms were spacious and modern. I would stay again.
Not really a four-star hotel, just four-star prices. Food service exists ONLY WHEN PROFITABLE FOR THE HOTEL. On Saturday after the Philharmonic we had to order Domino’s. Optional room service doesn’t work well, as there are few towels.
My husband and I stayed here for one night on a cross country drive with our two pups. The hotel is beautiful and modern. It is converted from an old Ford Model T assembly plant so the whole hotel is open and spacious. We loved the artwork. The room is large, new, and very clean. My only complaint is that the room is very dark. Even with every lamp/light turned on, the room was still very dim. I can’t speak to any of the amenities as we arrive late and left early the next morning.
Former Ford Motor Company assembly factory, this is truly a unique place to stay. We had a top floor room, and the ceiling there was probably one of the tallest I have experienced, plus the massive window. It was impressive. The decor and art is interesting and unique. If you like modern art, you will like it there. Parking across the street is 5 bucks. Breakfast is very basic - coffee/tea and kind bars. If you'd like to check out something cool and quirky, this hotel would be a good choice.
We arrived at about 7pm exhausted, as we were checking in, we learned our room with 2 doubles was not ready :( We were offered a king bed and an upgrade, which we took. The Hotel is beautiful and the rooms are very nice. The only downside was the small refrigerator was very tiny and awkward to access. No glasses for drinks but they did deliver them to our room. We had a very nice evening at the hotel.