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The 9 Best Boutique Hotels in Tulsa [2023]

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Tulsa is full of Southern comfort and top-tier cultural attractions. Visitors can soak up the cosmopolitan delights while enjoying the world-class Gilcrease Museum and Philbrook Museum of Art.

The city’s abundant Art Deco architecture and its oil heritage have created a vibrant melting pot with stylish boutique hotels to match it.

The Best Boutique Hotels in Tulsa

21 ½ Boutique Hotel

21 ½ Boutique Hotel
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Price: From $99

Taking inspiration from the Arts District where it is located, the 21 ½ Boutique Hotel includes uniquely-designed studio apartments. This is a different approach to the boutique experience, but one that is still full of comfort and upscale amenities.

Only steps away from some of the best entertainment Tulsa has to offer, the 21 ½ Boutique Hotel includes fully-equipped rooms and shared common spaces for lounging. With a streamlined booking and checking-in process, guests are able to access the property with a PIN code sent to them within half an hour of making the reservation.

Each studio room has incredible views over the Tulsa skyline. This is a highly-photogenic location full of natural light that provides an amazing backdrop. All rooms are beautifully decorated and create a memorable experience.

The Campbell Hotel

The Campbell Hotel
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Price: From $139

Lavish and historic, The Campbell Hotel offers a first-class accommodation experience to those visiting Tulsa. The Campbell has an on-site spa and a lounge with a convenient Midtown location. Guests even have access to courtesy airport car service and complimentary breakfast.

The building housing The Campbell Hotel was originally built in 1927 and is now a landmark. Local designers have created all the luxurious guest rooms and suites at the Campbell with first-class accents in every corner. There are king and queen standard and deluxe rooms and luxury suites.

Each room at The Campbell Hotel includes elegant furnishings and hardwood floors, along with a fireplace, natural stone countertop, security box, Keurig coffee maker, microwave, fridge, and flat-screen TV. The opulent Renaissance and Bridal Suite includes a floating sleigh bed, purple velvet sofa, and mirrored walls.

Cedar Rock Inn

Cedar Rock Inn
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Price: From $219

Found just west of Tulsa on Creek Nation land, the Cedar Rock Inn is located on 55 acres of land belonging to Redberry Farm. This is a unique boutique experience that was first built in 1890.

Guests have access to an on-site pond, various walking trails, and a complimentary gourmet 3-course breakfast. Hiking trails can be followed directly from behind the property. The back patio is great for lounging and includes a water feature and cozy seating.

All accommodation options at the Cedar Rock Inn are suites, and there is a newly-built private Cottage House with 1 bedroom and 2 acres of space. Wi-Fi is provided throughout the property. Complimentary fresh cookies are served to guests every day, and beverages like beer, wine, and Champagne are available for purchase.

Duets Bed and Breakfast

Duets Bed and Breakfast
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Price: From $400

The recently renovated Duets Bed and Breakfast can be found in Tulsa’s Studio Row on the second floor of a building built-in 1913. Right below it, guests can find a cocktail lounge and a trendy restaurant.

This location takes inspiration from the surrounding area and pays homage to Tulsa’s amazing music scene and music artists. The historic renovation respected the original architectural details while adding plenty of modern comforts.

The suites at Duets have ultra-comfortable linens, a king bed, a premium mattress from Sterns & Foster, and designer bath amenities from NEST. The suites also include a tiled shower, private balcony, fully-equipped kitchenette, and separate sitting area. Daily housekeeping is available.

Continental breakfast is provided, but there are numerous amazing eateries in Studio Row to sate guests’ culinary needs at every meal.

Harwelden Mansion

Harwelden Mansion
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Price: From $750

The prestigious and exclusive Harwelden Mansion provides an intimate, secluded retreat to guests only minutes away from downtown Tulsa. This historic mansion is best known for being an elegant event venue, but it also offers a great boutique experience.

Found on 4 scenic acres of land that overlook the Arkansas River, this English Tudor-style location offers luxurious accommodation. Stylish 1920s architectural details adorn every area in the mansion, with 9 miles of walking trails starting from the property.

Each room has a welcome amenity, yoga mat, opulent bed linens, designer bath products from Hermes, and soft towels. Each guest can enjoy complimentary parking and Wi-Fi and can request private concierge or butler service at any time during the stay.

The suites at Harwelden Mansion are split between the main building and the carriage house where there are 2-bedroom options.

Hotel Glenpool

Hotel Glenpool
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Price: From $72

A premium accommodation experience in Tulsa, Hotel Glenpool is easily accessed via Highway 75. It features relaxed decor and a laid-back atmosphere that is full of comforts — an understated experience with warm color palettes, a lounge, and a dining area. 

Each room at the Hotel Glenpool is well-equipped with all essentials and includes a coffee maker, minifridge, microwave, flat-screen TV, and hairdryer. Some of them add fully-equipped kitchenettes for extra convenience. Accommodation options include a suite with a king bed, 2 queen beds, or a king bed and kitchenette to suit all tastes and needs.

Guests have access to the on-site laundry facilities, and luggage storage facilities are available on request.

Mackintosh Inn

Mackintosh Inn
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Price: From $109

The trendy Mackintosh Inn can be found in Tulsa’s Brookside, within walking distance of the Gathering Place and the Philbrook Museum. The inn is attached to a historic location that was built in 1925 in the Dutch Colonial style.

The sprawling grounds of the Mackintosh Inn are a great place to relax. The amazing gardens are constantly acclaimed locally, with perfectly manicured flower, herb, and vegetable areas.

The exclusive suite at the Mackintosh Inn provides an intimate experience in a central location. It features a bedroom with a queen-sized bed and a separate sitting area with a sleeper sofa that can accommodate another guest.

There is a flat-screen TV, a small fridge, a microwave, and a coffee maker. The private bathroom includes a spacious shower, and plush terry bathrobes are provided with each stay.

The Mayo Hotel

The Mayo Hotel
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Price: From $159

An upscale historic hotel in Tulsa’s downtown Deco district, The Mayo Hotel was first established in 1925. This boutique experience seamlessly blends the past and the present, with historic details and modern luxury amenities.

The serene color palettes add to the style of the hotel, with Art Deco accents and contemporary functionality. The accommodation options feature luxury guest rooms and suites that cater to all tastes, and each has stunning views over the Tulsa skyline, the Arkansas River, and Osage Hills. They also have luxurious bedding and bathrobes, a walk-in shower, and a butler kitchen.

Complimentary Wi-Fi is provided throughout the property, and guests have access to Escalade car service when traveling to and from the airport. This residence-style boutique experience also includes a 24-hour fitness center.

The Victorian Lady

The Victorian Lady
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Price: From $99

Guests can find The Victorian Lady outside Tulsa in a charming Queen Anne Italianate mansion. Following an exact floor plan that was published in 1873, the Victorian Lady was built in 1996 as a worthy tribute to the era between 1860 and 1890.

Full of warmth, gracious hospitality, and antique furnishings, the Victorian Lady provides a beautiful boutique experience. There is a serene outdoor seating area in the Victorian-style perennial garden, and a 3-course gourmet breakfast is served to guests every morning.

All the rooms at The Victorian Lady are luxuriously designed with rich color palettes, antiques, and walnut bed frames. Each room has a queen-sized bed with a pillow-top mattress, flat-screen panel TV with DVD player, spa-style bathrobes, and deluxe bath products. The evening turndown service even leaves chocolates on pillows.

Final Thoughts

The Brady Arts District, Woody Guthrie Center, and the Oklahoma Aquarium are only some of the many attractions to enjoy in Tulsa. Visitors have plenty of entertaining places and events to discover while here while enjoying the comforts of a boutique hotel.

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Amar is an avid traveler and tester of products. He has spent the last 13 years traveling all 7 continents and has put the products to the test on each of them. He has contributed to publications including Forbes, the Huffington Post, and more.

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