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You never know what you’ll find in our room journals. A young guest, upon visiting Room 211 — our fabulous Campbell Couture room — recently¬†issued the following¬†decree: “I am Jaicee’s little sister, and only princesses can stay in this room, … Continue reading

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One of the great things about being on Route 66 is the opportunity to make new friends from faraway places. Yesterday, we had the privilege of giving photographer Martin Smith a guided tour of Tulsa’s share of Route 66. We … Continue reading

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… OK, that’s a lie. We LOVE to brag. We’re proud of our gorgeous building, friendly staff, and wonderful guests. But don’t just take our word for it — check out this sweet note we found in one of our … Continue reading

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A few weeks ago, at the suggestion of a guest who liked the journal in our Route 66 Suite, we began adding journals to some of the other rooms so guests could share their travel stories and leave comments on … Continue reading

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One of the most fun parts of working at The Campbell Hotel is the opportunity to meet travelers and introduce them to our favorite Tulsa-area attractions. Earlier this week, we met Gwen, Julie and Cheri, who were driving down Route … Continue reading

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Here at the Campbell, we try to provide a great experience for all our guests, with plenty of services and amenities to make their stay as comfortable and convenient as possible. One service we provide is airport shuttles. The neat … Continue reading

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As we’ve mentioned before, the Max Campbell Building was once home to the Casa Loma Hotel. The Casa Loma was pretty impressive for its time, but hotel amenities have changed a bit over the years. We recently received an e-mail … Continue reading

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