Was excited to stay at this historic place having grown up in Tulsa. I have lived in NYC for decades now, but family is still in Tulsa and I brought a friend. So it was a perfect chance to try the Mayo out. I booked a Suite and it did not disappoint. When we first checked in, we were assigned more of a studio suite which doesn't have a separate bedroom, it was nice but not quite what I had booked. They immediately accommodated the change of room on the same great floor (9) and I loved the room that we were given. Large, full kitchen, great downtown and river views and very quiet. The bedroom and bed were so quiet, dark, and cozy. Was only there one night but thumbs up to the Mayo! Love the old building masonry and lobby. They don't make them like this anymore!
They were very rude, intransigent about new no room before 4.00pm policy….and we needed to change before 3.00pm They did not cancel the room, and charged a non arrival full room rate. Have years of nights in hotels, and I went to indigo ihg and had a lovely stay Avoid the mayo like the plague or pandemic!
We stayed two nights (10/15 and 10/16) in conjunction with a rehearsal dinner one night and a wedding at another venue the next. I sprung for the Mayo Suite for $179/night, primarily to accommodate my son who slept on the sofa sleeper. The Suite was huge. Our king bed was on an interior bedroom, as opposed to the sofa sleeper which was in the main room with windows. All of us thought our beds were comfy. From what other family members said, we were fortunate to have the interior bedroom because some of the bedrooms abutting the street could be loud. Our suite was perfect. The only negative is parking. It's either valet or you're on your own. Downtown Tulsa is dead so finding street parking was relatively easy though.
We spent two wonderful nights here during our Route 66 road trip. We wanted to stay in vintage hotels and motels along the way, and this fit the bill perfectly. Elvis once stayed here, in a penthouse suite that's now a bar and lounge. We splurged on a Mayo Suite, and it was worth every penny--really more like an apartment than a hotel room, with a huge living room and full (but unequipped) kitchen. Immaculately clean room and friendly, helpful staff. Housekeeping staff stopped by each evening to see if we needed anything. Two small glitches: First, the hotel restaurant was closed during our visit (a grab-and-go place was the only on-site food option), so we had to leave the hotel for breakfast (at the excellent Cherry Street Cafe half a block away). Second, the hotel website said valet and self-parking were available, but when we arrived the staffer told us only vale parking was an option. Both small matters that didn't detract from a wonderful visit. We will definitely stay her again when we return to Tulsa.…
I just got back from a trip to Tulsa. We stayed at the mayo. It couldn’t have been better. The staff at the front desk was incredibly helpful even though we arrived late in the evening. The valet and luggage service at the curb made the check in and check out process very easy. Our room had every amenity you could think of and was very clean and in great shape. Very cool historic architecture. This is now my go to hotel when visiting Tulsa.