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OYO Hotel Oklahoma City South I-35 and SE 29th
OYO Hotel Oklahoma City South I-35 and SE 29th
OYO Hotel Oklahoma City South I-35 and SE 29th
OYO Hotel Oklahoma City South I-35 and SE 29th
OYO Hotel Oklahoma City South I-35 and SE 29th

OYO Hotel Oklahoma City South I-35 and SE 29th

2616 S I-35 Service Rd, Oklahoma City, OK 73129· 2.7 mi
15 people booked this hotel in last 6 hours
3.6 (155 Ratings)·Good
Mini Fridge
King Sized Bed
Seating Area
+ 74 more
Full Bed Smoking
$38$6339% off
+ Taxes, per room per night
OYO Townhouse Oklahoma City-Penn Square
OYO Townhouse Oklahoma City-Penn Square
OYO Townhouse Oklahoma City-Penn Square
OYO Townhouse Oklahoma City-Penn Square
OYO Townhouse Oklahoma City-Penn Square

OYO Townhouse Oklahoma City-Penn Square

2811 Northwest Expy, Oklahoma City OK, 73112· 4.9 mi
4.0 (250 Ratings)·Very Good
Queen Sized Bed
Reception
Refrigerator
+ 44 more
King Bed
$57$9540% off
+ Taxes, per room per night
OYO Townhouse Oklahoma City Airport
OYO Townhouse Oklahoma City Airport
OYO Townhouse Oklahoma City Airport
OYO Townhouse Oklahoma City Airport
OYO Townhouse Oklahoma City Airport

OYO Townhouse Oklahoma City Airport

4400 Highline Blvd,Oklahoma City, OK, 73108· 4.7 mi
3.8 (138 Ratings)·Good
AC
Parking Facility
King Sized Bed
+ 20 more
King Bed
$42$7040% off
+ Taxes, per room per night
OYO Hotel Oklahoma City Northeast
OYO Hotel Oklahoma City Northeast
OYO Hotel Oklahoma City Northeast
OYO Hotel Oklahoma City Northeast
OYO Hotel Oklahoma City Northeast

OYO Hotel Oklahoma City Northeast

11900 N. I-35 Service Rd, Oklahoma City, OK 73131· 9.7 mi
NEW
Reception
AC
King Sized Bed
+ 29 more
Queen Bed Smoking
$44$7440% off
+ Taxes, per room per night
Hotel East Ayers
Hotel East Ayers
Hotel East Ayers
Hotel East Ayers
Hotel East Ayers

Hotel East Ayers

1300 E. Ayers St, Edmond OK· 13.5 mi
5.0 (2 Ratings)·Fabulous
Reception
Security
Wheelchair Accessible
+ 27 more
Queen Bed with Pull Out
$61$10240% off
+ Taxes, per room per night
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Best Hotels in Oklahoma and Places to Visit

The city is a tribute to its deeply rooted Native American culture. Innovation exists harmoniously with traditions and the city is a mix of old-world charm and rapid development. Some of the popular places that you must visit are-

  • National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum-

    Also known as the National Cowboy Hall of Fame, the guided tours of the museum bring to life the Wild West way of living. Artifacts, pictures, and sculptures give visitors a peek into the lives of gun-slinging cowboys. The Rodeo Hall of Fame, as the name suggests, features the achievements of rodeo champions. Walking through its corridors, you will also spot pictures of movie stars, like Rock Hudson, who brought cowboys to life on the big screen. Close to this spot, you can find hotels at OYO that are mighty cheap hotels that don’t hurt your pocket and offer amenities like Swimming-Pool and parking spaces amongst others.
  • Bricktown-

    A once desolate area that has been given a touristy makeover, the red-brick warehouses of Bricktown have been converted into restaurants and entertainment centers. It’s the shopping cum nightlife district of Oklahoma City. You can pick up a souvenir or two, catch a baseball game in season, sing along at a concert or just walk along the river banks - the things to do are many in this corner of Oklahoma. Guided cruises along the canal are a favorite among visitors who always end up getting enthralled by rich narrations of the city’s past.
  • Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge-

    This refuge features 8,570 acres of conserved wildlife that envelops prairies and ravines as well as the ancient Wichita Mountains that overlook the area. Visitors can give in to their adventure-seeking sides with rock climbing, hiking, and camping in the wilderness. A place like this provides great opportunities for photography and you might get the chance to spot rare species like Bison Calf or the Black-tailed Prairie Dog. Many trails that run through the park lead you right up to climbing spots.
  • Chisholm Trail Heritage Center-

    Running parallel to the notorious Route 81, the Chisholm Trail passes through one of the most famous plots of land in the American West, the Duncan. The Chisholm Trail Heritage Center in Duncan will introduce you to the men that constructed the trail. Inside the center, you will find a map-like drawing of the trail. Information about the area’s geography and the trail’s impact on the lives of the people will multiply your knowledge about the history of Route 81. After a visit to Duncan, you can head to the OYO Hotel Enid OK Van Buren to end the day on a relaxing note. It is located conveniently on Route 81. You can look for good hotel deals and hotel discounts before booking.

Some other places worth visiting are Chesapeake Energy Arena, Remington Park: Racing & Casino, Oklahoma City Zoo, Cox Convention Center, Will Rogers World Airport, Downtown Oklahoma City, and Winstar World Casino and Resort.

What To Eat Oklahoma?

Though the jury is still out on Oklahoma’s barbecues, most consider them to be the best in the USA. Chicken Fried Steak is a staple on every Oklahoman dinner table and you should get your hands on a plate to find out why. Another treasure of the city, the classic meal of cornbread smeared with honey and butter is an understated bundle of joy.

How To Reach in Oklahoma?

The nearest airport is Will Rogers World Airport from where you can hire a taxi to reach downtown Oklahoma City. Travelers can also avail the services of the Oklahoma City Metro Transit to travel to and from the Airport. If you are coming via road, Oklahoma City is located at the crossroads of I-35, I-40 and I-44 Highways. Amtrak Rail services connect the city to the neighboring state of Texas and other areas of the USA. The well-known Santa Fe Depot is the Amtrak station in Bricktown.

Best Accommodation in Oklahoma

OYO Hotels in Oklahoma City come with amenities like free wifi, TV, car parking, and AC. They strive to bring world-class comfort and convenience to their guests. Some properties even feature a swimming pool. During your next trip to Oklahoma, stay at OYO Hotels for a memorable experience.We offer weekly rate and monthly rate as well, starting from $30 per night.

Book Budget hotels in Oklahoma,OK and enjoy your trip!

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Questions and Answers

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What are the best amenities offered by OYO?

OYO Hotels in Oklahoma OK offer all the essential facilities from well-furnished rooms, spotlessly clean washrooms, free wifi, and daily housekeeping. Amenities like swimming pools and parking space, in-house kitchen, conference rooms are also available at hotels.

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What are the best areas to stay in Oklahoma, Ok?

Oklahoma city is the capital of Oklahoma. Oklahoma City National Memorial is one of the popular attractions here amongst others and is known for its cowboy culture.

  • Bricktown is a convenient area for tourists. Most of the popular attractions like art museum, national memorial, myriad gardens, the river area and other popular tourist attractions are quite accessible from here.
  • Midtown- A friendly neighborhood area, popular for its lively nightlife, live music scenes and fancy dining options and global eateries. Some of the best cocktail lounges, upbeat beer halls, and food trucks are also accessible in this pedestrian-friendly locality.
  • Norman- It’s the closest to the airport, Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City is less than 30 minutes from here. It’s quite close to downtown as well.
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Does OYO offer hotels with weekly rates and monthly rates?

Yes, OYO offers hotels for long term stay with weekly rates and monthly hotel rentals starting at $30 per night.

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What are the popular hotels in Oklahoma City, OK?

Some of the best hotels in Oklahoma city are OYO Hotel Oklahoma City South I-35 and SE 29th, OYO Hotel Oklahoma City Lincoln Blvd, OYO Townhouse Oklahoma City Airport, OYO Townhouse Oklahoma City-Penn Square, OYO Hotel Oklahoma City I-35 South and OYO Hotel Oklahoma City Northeast.

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What are the popular hotels near Will Rogers World Airport, Oklahoma City, OK?

OYO Townhouse Oklahoma City Airport, OYO Hotel Oklahoma City South I-35 and OYO Hotel Oklahoma City Lincoln Blvd are some of the best budget hotels amongst others. Explore our website to check out for budget hotels and some good hotel deals.

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What are the best OYO hotels in Oklahoma, OK?

OYO offers a range of budget hotels in Oklahoma that come packed with all essential amenities. Some of the hotels are OYO Hotel Oklahoma City South I-35 and SE 29th, OYO Hotel Oklahoma City Lincoln Blvd, OYO Hotel Oklahoma City I-35 South, OYO Hotel Oklahoma City Northeast, OYO Townhouse Oklahoma City Airport, OYO Townhouse Oklahoma City-Penn Square. The rates for these vary within the range of $35 to $60 per night.

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What are some budget-friendly places I can stay in Oklahoma City?

Need an affordable hotel in Oklahoma City? We got you.

  • OYO Hotel Oklahoma City I-35 South: This hotel is close to several restaurants and centrally located. It’s perfect for longer stays thanks to its queen-sized beds, microwave, and free Wi-Fi.
  •  OYO Townhouse Oklahoma City Airport: With its location near the airport, you’ll have no problem making your flight when you’re ready to go back home. While you’re in town, though, you’ll be as comfortable and cozy as can be thanks to the hotel’s king-sized beds, air conditioning, and high-speed internet.
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What is there to do in Oklahoma City that is free?

Sometimes you get more than what you pay for, especially with these free things to do in OKC.

  • Museum of the Red River: This place is home to local art and archeology, and you and the kids will be impressed with the fully reconstructed skeleton of Acrocanthosaurus atokensis, which is Oklahoma’s state dinosaur.
  • Downtown Guthrie: This former state capital is about a half-hour drive north and boasts the largest Historic Preservation District in the country. Want to see what life was like in the 1800s? Saunter this way.
  • Martin Park Nature Center: Reconnect with nature and do it for free. This area has guided hikes, education programs, and interactive learning for all ages.
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Where can I go shopping in Oklahoma City?

Bring an extra suitcase, because you’re going to need it when you find out about all the great shopping in OKC.

  • Western Avenue: (NW 36th Street and Wilshire): Need a unique gift for a unique friend? This is your stop, with shops like Guestroom Records andShop Good. The latter produces small-batch T-shirts whose proceeds go to local charities.
  • Midtown (aka Plaza Court District): This area is full of fun and stylish boutiques. If you’re a sneaker head make sure to hit up The Lab, and The Black Scintilla is a must for anyone whose wardrobe could use a makeover.
  • Stockyards City: This is cattle country, and if you want to load up on cowboy clothes you won’t find a better spot. Places like Langston Western Wear have enough stuff to outfit an entire ranch.
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What is there to do in Oklahoma City?

Short answer? Plenty! The O.K. state has a lot going on, but these are our top picks for what do to do in Oklahoma City.

  • Factory Obscura’s Mix-Tape: With 6,000 square feet of handcrafted art, this exhibit wants you to totally immerse yourself in a funky, musically-powered world. This isn’t art you have to stand behind a velvet rope to admire—you can actually interact with it. Just be gentle.
  • Bricktown District: Not sure where to start? We say this is as good a place as any and better than most. You’ll find everything here—eats, drinks, shopping, and more. Oklahoma City has transformed this old warehouse district into one of the most stylish and happening spots in the city. Do dinner up right at Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse and enjoy a cold one (or two) at the Bricktown Brewery, then listen to live music at places like Club One 15.
  • National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum: Nope, it’s not just a glass case of big belt buckles. This museum is enormous and has art, historical exhibits, television, and more. A day here may not be enough to appreciate it all.
  • Myriad Botanical Gardens: Did you know that Oklahoma City is home to a tropical oasis? Well, you do now. The Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory is 224 feet of plants, and even comes with a cascading waterfall.
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