We thought the Mayo was a beautiful hotel, very well maintained & updated. The room was spacious & the staff were friendly & helpful. However, we were placed on the 3rd floor, directly in front of a HUGE construction site. They worked from 5:30 am to 5:30 pm, & the noise was deafening. We could not relax, nap, or visit in the afternoon because the noise was so loud we had to almost shout to be heard. We could not sleep through the noise, so were up at 5:30 in the morning. The hotel should have given a warning of this situation before booking, & a significant discount to compensate if the guest does choose to book on a lower floor in the front of the hotel. They did not inform us of this noise problem, & no discount was given. We will not be staying there again in 2014 because of this, & will check before booking even after that to make sure the construction is done. I know the construction was not done by the Mayo Hotel itself, but their guests were greatly affected by the horrible amount of noise
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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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