Welcome to our hotels in Tulsa
Located in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains, Tulsa, Oklahoma was once known as the "Oil Capital of the World." While that's no longer the case, this welcoming southern city maintains a worldly cultural view, thanks to its 20th-century, big-money oil boom. Remnants of its black gold past can be seen in the 1966 Petroleum Exposition statue; the 76-foot-tall Golden Driller is the official state symbol and stands outside the Expo Center, resting a hand on an actual oil derrick. Another remnant of the boom, Art Deco architecture gives this city its signature look, which embodies Tulsa's strong arts presence as well as its ongoing commitment to beautifying its riverside parks.
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Take the free Tulsa International Airport shuttle to the Country Inn & Suites, Tulsa, OK near I-244. Visit the nearby ONEOK Field and BOK Center or relax on site in our outdoor pool. Book today!