Great value, there wasn't much in the area that was cheaper, certainly nothing I'd consider. Covered parking available onsite at no charge.
Lobby is very warm and inviting yet at same time upscale, same goes for the onsite restaurant though the food doesn't reflect appearance. Not bad food just the appearance makes you think food is more upscale. Waitress (Sada) was very friendly, helpful & attentive.
Room was nice, very clean and fairly well appointed and furnished. Good size, didn't feel cramped in the room. Flat screen TV on the wall, bench underneath, armoire next to the bench and TV. Nice size desk runs across the wall the window is on, includes leather desk chair and coffee pot. Two bottles of water on the desk next to the ice bucket, we didn't use, read other reviews that said charged $2-3/bottle, no note stating charge but its been our experience unless there is a note that says complimentary bottle of water the hotel is going to charge you if you take the bottle of water. King bed with 4 king pillows and down comfortable, bed was super comfortable and warm. 2nd night stayed on the club floor, which had a an bathrobe in the armoire, not sure if the first room had and didn't notice or if unique to the club floor. Night stand on either side of the bed. Not impressed with the window treatments could use some updating. Bathroom could use some work (rather small and cramped). French doors on the bathroom nice touch but I have a feeling they were a necessity as I don't believe there was room for a full size door. Bathroom doors open, one door nearly touches sink and between the door open and the sink almost completely blocks bathtub. 2nd door nearly touches toilet when open. Seems like the room entry has room for the bathroom to be larger so not sure why it wasn't expanded. Be aware the bathroom french doors do have frosted glass that some will have issue with privacy and may not be family friendly. We didn't mind, found it a nice touch. But would feel likely feel differently if had kids or sharing a room with parents or siblings.
Side note, nothing against this hotel, seems most hotels suffer from this issue. Some sort of power outlet on each night stand would be helpful, seems the hotels need to realize how many people now have smartphones which need to charge while they sleep and which they use as an alarm in the morning. By far this wasn't the most inconvenient in this respect, outlet was about 3' or so from each night stand, not horrible since I have a 6' cord but could be a major hassle for those with shorter cords. At same time better than others that I've stayed at where the only available outlet is on the wall with the TV (opposite the bed) or behind the bed.
All in all I enjoyed our stay and will definitely consider this hotel in future trips.
Definitely well worth the money.
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- The Sheraton Midwest City Hotel at the Reed Conference Center is less than four miles from downtown and the Bricktown entertainment district. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sheraton Midwest City
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