Located right off U.S. Highway 64, the OYO Hotel Alva OK East is a convenient, comfortable, affordable place to stay in northern Oklahoma.
Guests are welcomed at the OYO Hotel Alva OK East in a pleasant, spacious reception area. The rooms are also pleasant and spacious, with options available for a king bed or two queen beds. The private bathrooms are clean and bright. Each room has a television and a microwave. Daily housekeeping and onsite parking are included in the room rate, and free and fast Wifi is available to guests 24/7. The entire property is air conditioned for comfort. For convenience, a washer and dryer are available to guests along with various vending options. An indoor pool is a fun spot to relax, and a boardroom is available for meetings on the road.
The OYO Hotel OK Alva East is located in the city of Alva, Oklahoma, right off U.S. Highway 64.
Air travelers can reach the OYO Hotel Alva OK East by flying into the Wichita (Kansas) Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport, a two-hour drive from Alva, or Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City, OK. Several municipal airports are also located close by, including Alva Municipal Airport just five minutes away.
The OYO Hotel Alva OK East is a popular choice for travelers visiting Northwestern Oklahoma State University. The campus is within walking distance, making the OYO Hotel Alva OK East an ideal place to stay for graduations and other campus events.
Just a few miles away from the OYO Hotel Alva OK East is the Alva Recreational Complex. The Complex features a City Pool that is open every day but Monday during the warmer months. The Complex is also home to sports fields and recreation areas.
Also just a few miles away is the Cherokee Strip Museum. The Cherokees settled in Oklahoma in the late 1800s, and museum-goers can experience what life was like then. There’s an even an authentic one-room schoolhouse in addition to the many exhibits in the main building.
The OYO Hotel Alva OK East is the perfect choice for visitors to Northwestern Oklahoma State University and others who are looking to enjoy what northern Oklahoma has to offer.