The Oklahoma City - Yukon Area
We’re proud to have recently been named a 2013 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence award winner based on top-rated guest reviews. Conveniently located off I-40, we’re part of the metropolitan area on the west side of the city, where the fabled Route 66 once passed through. We’re within a couple miles of medical centers, a shopping plaza, and a dozen restaurants. Convention delegates know that it’s only 10 miles to the Cox Convention Center, and for students and their families, seven miles to Southern Nazarene University and 11 miles to Oklahoma State University.
This is the land of the old Chisholm Trail, a route used by cattle-herders from Texas heading for Kansas railway connections. That activity began after the Civil War, with trail markers placed in the 1930s from Mexico to Canada. Fictional accounts have been the subject of films and cowboy songs. Ninety miles away in Duncan, the story is told at Chisholm Trail Heritage Center. Discover more stories at the American Softball Hall of Fame, American Banjo Museum, American Indian Cultural Center, and Museum of Women Pilots. For peace and quiet, contemplate serene Arcadia Lake as your go-to spot, located 15 miles northeast. Or, go for an action-packed day among quarter-horse and thoroughbreds at Remington Park Racing and Casino.
Hotel Services and Amenities
After a comfortable night’s rest, take that first cup of coffee in your room while tuning in on a 37” cable TV. Those who prefer to travel light will appreciate the microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker, hair dryer, alarm clock, and iron with board. Heading downstairs, we invite you to enjoy the free Bright Side Breakfast® of waffles, hot and cold cereals, fresh fruit, pastries, bagels, muffins, with juice and coffee. The indoor pool, spa, and fitness center may be just the ticket upon returning after a busy day or retreating to a room with a whirlpool; available upon request. And, of course, free high-speed Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel.
Oklahoma City - Yukon Attractions
In our capital city, popular outings include the zoo and botanical gardens, science museum, history center, and museum of art. The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum provides local insight. A unique, interactive experience awaits at the Museum of Osteology, America’s only skeleton museum. The world’s largest collection of Dale Chihuly glass sculptures is at the Oklahoma Museum of Art. Many are surprised to see an oil rig beside our handsome domed state capitol building. Established in 1941, it was nicknamed Petunia #1 because the drilling went right through a flower bed to deposits more than a mile below. Another local landmark is Czech Hall, dedicated to the culture which is the heritage of many of our early 20th century town builders. Czech Festival attracts crowds in October and Chisholm Trail Festival takes place in June.