Behind the door of Room 204 at the Campbell Hotel is a sleek, streamlined tribute to one of Tulsa’s most iconic buildings.
Our Rose Bowl room honors the former bowling alley that operated for more than four decades on 11th Street — better known as Route 66 — in Tulsa.
Built in 1961, the Rose Bowl operated as a bowling alley until 2005, when then-owner AMF closed it in the wake of two suspicious fires, neither of which caused any significant damage to the domed concrete structure itself. A non-compete clause kept it from reopening as a bowling alley, but new owners purchased it in 2006 and opened it as an events center in 2008. It was placed on the market again in 2011. Its unique architecture makes it a popular subject for photographers.
Our homage to Tulsa’s Rose Bowl incorporates roses, of course, along with brushed-metal bowling-pin sculptures, a painting of the famous facade, and mid-century modern furniture that echoes the building’s distinctive look.
Bowlers, mid-century design aficionados, and Route 66 buffs should all find this king standard room to their liking.
To reserve an evening in our Rose Bowl room, call (918) 744-5500 or visit us online at www.thecampbellhotel.com.