by Hilarey Wojtowicz
The Holiday Inn Express & Suites Oklahoma City Downtown-Bricktown opened in early 2015, and offers 124 guestrooms and suites for families. Enjoy rooms with queen or king beds, complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, microwaves and coffeemakers. Cribs and rollaway beds are also available upon request, the latter for free and the former for $10 per night. Connecting rooms are also an option for large families.
The hotel has a pool, and is also located near local Oklahoma City attractions, such as the Myriad Botanical Gardens and Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum.
Fuel up for the day with a complimentary breakfast each morning. There are no dining options for other family meals on the property, but the Holiday Inn is close to local restaurants, like Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante & Bar.
Other perks at this property include a fitness center, a business center, onsite guest laundry facilities and valet parking for $12 per night. Check-in is at 3 p.m. and check-out is at noon.
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Our Editor Loves
- Complimentary breakfast
- Indoor pool
- Free Wi-Fi
- Connecting Rooms
- Free Breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
by e h
Good front desk staff, average check in and out time. Parking can be difficult with parking meters around the hotel. Fairly new hotel. Nice bed, great pillows. Ok number of TV channels. Nice coffee shop across the street in front of hotel. Walking distant to brick town bars and baseball field. Pretty easy on and off highway access.
Would stay here again when in OKC.
We like Holiday Inn as a brand, and were not disappointed with this hotel at all. Fromthe moment we checked in the staff were polite and helpful. The room was spacious, and immaculately clean. It is close enough to the bricktown area to be good for getting out and about,but not so close that you are bothered by street noise late at night. Breakfast was good too.
My only gripe is that breakfast was served with single use plastics, from cups, to cutlery to plates. Holiday Inn is not on its own in this respect, as we encountered it a lot during our tour of the states. It is just disappointing that the whole 'single use plastics' issue does not seem to have reached the USA, although I am sure that if a UK based Holiday Inn did the same there would be strong comments made.