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Anyone who has spent much time in Tulsa knows that we are an exciting city on an upswing. In the past five years, entrepreneurs have turned vacant downtown buildings into stylish restaurants and nightspots. Adaptive reuse projects have put long-dormant historic … Continue reading

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The term “Art Deco” is a reference to the 1925 Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels Modernes, which showcased moderne design. Art Deco architecture is typically characterized by geometric patterns, heavy ornamentation, and a distinctly modern look. Sunbursts are … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Tulsa is regarded by many Route 66 travelers — especially those from the eastern part of the United States — as the point in the journey at which they really start to feel as if they are On Vacation. The … Continue reading

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Tulsa is beautiful all year, but it especially shines in the spring and summer, when its lush gardens are in full bloom. Our Tulsa Gardens Suite, a king suite featuring a jetted whirlpool tub and gorgeous garden-themed decor, is a … Continue reading

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It may seem odd to decorate a hotel room in a “restless” theme, but Room 202 at the Campbell is called the “Restless Ribbon Room” in honor of the vibrant Brookside area of South Peoria Avenue here in Tulsa. In … Continue reading

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