OKC Welcomes LGBTQ Tourists with 2 Historic Properties
Oklahoma City is one of my favorite places to visit. The arts, culture, history and most importantly, the people, are truly incredible. OKC also has a thriving gay district with many bars and clubs. A new boutique hotel will be opening later this year, but for now, here are 2 LGBTQ-friendly historic properties worth visiting.
Relax and enjoy an elegant stay at the Ambassador Hotel. The upscale, art deco hotel offers a unique experience with its distinct architecture and romantic vibe. With only 54 rooms, the boutique hotel will make you feel right at home. The on-site restaurant, Café Cuveé, is a French-style bistro that takes you on an exceptional culinary journey through France. After dinner, head up to the rooftop bar for one of the best views of the downtown skyline. The Ambassador Hotel is located in the heart of Midtown OKC where you’ll find a mix of local restaurants, unique shopping, nightlife and neighborhood pubs just steps away.
Located in the hub of downtown OKC, the Skirvin Hilton Hotel is a sophisticated and glamorous hotel where guests are enveloped in a world of luxury. Since its opening in 1911, the restored hotel has seen a stream of famous world figures, NBA players, movie stars and oil barons as guests throughout the years. All 225 rooms feature luxurious amenities, comfortable furnishings and beautiful décor. The Skirvin Hilton features a charming on-site restaurant that serves American and Southern dishes, in addition to a lavish cocktail bar where you can enjoy live music a few nights a week. The Skirvin is just a few blocks from the Bricktown Entertainment District where you’ll find OKC’s nightlife hub.