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Very Clean, great location, comfortable beds. Staff was friendly. We walked to several restaurants and the Drillers game.
Breakfast was decent, but please add better cereal selection. Fruit loops and 3 bland options. Maybe something for adults, but with a little flavor? I have family...More
Stayed at the Fairfield Inn & Suites in room 327 for a business trip to Tulsa. The hotel is located within walking distance of downtown, great restaurants, coffee shops, local businesses and bars. The room was cozy and set up with the ability to work...More
Checked in here after leaving another Fairfield in town. This place and staff are top notch. Night and day compared to their partner hotel we left. Great vibe, clean and friendly. Will definately stay here again when coming to Tulsa.
Checked in. There were 2 concerts in the area. Parking was tricky. We had a handicapped person with us so we were able (need to) to park close. Not sure what the other option was. Walking to Brady is super easy. Room was clean and...More
I was hesitant to book this hotel again, and only did so because my preferred hotel did not have a room for the evening. Because I have had bad experiences here in the past, I made a phone call to ask for an "extra clean...More
Thank Kim J
Response from Patrick S, Front Office Manager at Fairfield Inn & Suites Tulsa DowntownResponded May 10, 2018
Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback. What you experienced was certainly unacceptable, and I understand your frustration. Upon further investigation, the "soiled" linens that you reported were in fact worn linens that were mistakenly put into circulation--an oversight on the part...More