A city break with a difference
March 18, 2012 § Leave a comment
$143.99 – £90 approx
When you’re in this neck of the woods, just off the landmark Route 66, amid the stunning plains of Oklahoma, the image of the cowboy may be king, but the southern cultural highlight that is Tulsa is a force to be reckoned with. Centrally located, Tulsa boasts top universities, remarkable museums and incomparable cultural centers, not to mention the Osage Million Dollar Elm Casino, and the Blue Dome District, offering the best nightlife south of the Mason Dixon.
In-the-know travelers to Tulsa do not miss the opportunity to stay at the city’s hallmark hotel, the Hyatt Regency Tulsa. All hotels are not created equal, and many retain the stigma of decades past, albeit with a quick hodge-podge of refurbishing and modern amenities to stay current. But current is not the same thing as contemporary. And to really appreciate the discrepancy between the two, compare the unique design of the Hyatt Regency with any other hotel out there—you’ll see the difference immediately.
The colors and striking interiors of the hotel are meant to reach you, inspire you, connect with your senses and envelope you in a total visual experience. Trust us when we say that every turn at the Hyatt Regency Tulsa is a photo-op. A hotel this posh takes care of all of the creature comforts, from luxurious rooms and bedding, to the Elements Day Spa, 24-hour fitness center, gourmet dining, ample meeting and banquet space, and proximity to theaters, clubs, and museums. To wit, your stay at the Hyatt Regency Tulsa will leave an impression that will stay with you for a long, long time.
Maximum occupancy 2 adults and 2 children.
Children 18 years of age and younger stay free with 2 paying adults. (19 years and older considered and adult.)
If you want a room by yourself, the price is $253. If three are sharing a room, the price is $136 per person; if four share the price is $132 per person.
Performance Times for show:
6:00 p.m.: Park Opens
6:00 to 7:30 p.m.: Ranch Dinners
7:00 p.m.: Native American Dancers
7:15 p.m.: Pony Express Tribute
7:30 p.m.: Western Musical Revue
8:00 p.m.: OKLAHOMA!
* Children ages 0 – 10, $6.95; ages 11 – 18, $35.
** Dinner prices include drink and gratuity.
The trip will close by April 1st.