Me, a friend, and 4 kids stayed in the two bed room suite with a living rm and full kitchen for a night. It was less than $500 (reasonable) and even though antique ish on the outside, its modern in the rooms! 3 large flat screen tvs, two bathrooms....no tub though, only showers (disappointment there). The staff gave the kids a tour of their ballroom on the top floor. They loved it and their imaginations went wild. I know the kids weren't very quiet , but staff never complained. Facility is non smoking. The only reason I didn't give its value a five, is because breakfast was nasty!!!! Cold, gross, and over priced! Condiments were cute, but that's it. Service was over all great though. Beds super comfy! Really hated to check out! Could of easily stayed a week there!;)
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- Built in 1925, The Mayo Hotel was the place to be in Tulsa. Famous or not, our guests receive the superstar treatment they deserve. With 102 hotel rooms, we have more suites than standard rooms - and when we say standard, we mean spectacular. Room sizes from 500 square feet and up, there is plenty of room in this historic building to spread out. Be sure to visit The Mayo Museum and learn about our famous past and our promising future. ... more less
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