Tower Hotel Oklahoma City

3233 Northwest Expressway | Oklahoma City, OK 73112-4131  [SEE MAP]Oklahoma City, OK  [SEE ADDRESS]

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Guest Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

OKC Visit

Mar 19th, 2019

We enjoyed our stay at the Tower Hotel. The lobby was beautiful and inviting. The hotel was under renovation, but it didn't bother us a bit. We had a great rate and we enjoyed the complimentary breakfast. We will be back! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 1

Non Responsive Management- Poor Public Communication

Dec 26th, 2018

We have attempted to set a time to meet with this hotel on multiple occasions. We can never reach the Director of Sales as her voice mail is now full. We have sent e-mails and have even left messages on Patrick, the general managers voice mail with no response. We are saddened at these turn of events as we are planning a large scale event and they seem to have no desire to engage in the bid process. As a person that has a livelihood in customer service and hospitality, my number one requirement to all is to always keep in contact with the customer. What a blight on the OKC hospitality industry. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

First Class at Budget Pirce

Aug 31st, 2018

Everything was lovely once we found the hotel. The building doesn't have a sign on it. They're remodeling and transitioning from a previous franchise. But the room was fabulous. Very nice facility. Will be great when the remodeling is complete. In the meantime, it's a first-class place to stay at a bargain price. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 3

Could be better, could be worse.

Apr 29th, 2018

I did an unwise thing the night before we were meant to arrive at the hotel: I read reviews. Had I not done that, I might have spared myself the anxiety I felt at reading about black mold, discolored and questionable water, no heating or air in the rooms, broken elevators, and a general state of disrepair and decay, to say nothing of the complete lack of amenities. After arriving in the city, and touring a couple of tourist locations in the arts district, we went to check in. I was not optimistic about our stay, and was grateful it would be short, considering what I'd read. My first impressions of the Tower Hotel was that it was a basic beige behemoth, with stubs from where they hung the sign high up on the building sticking out like a five o'clock shadow. We went around the side of the building and entered the lobby (the revolving door was indeed broken as it had been reported). The lobby is probably the nicest part of the entire building, which on one level is to be expected and on another is depressing. Checking in wasn't a problem - the desk attendant that served us had no issues and we got sorted in short order. We then went around the corner to the (thankfully) functional elevators. I'm not entirely sure if we just lucked out and got a good room or if they were all of the same standard as ours was. The cynic in me says the former is the more logical assumption to make, although there were renovations underway - I didn't see any work actually being done, but the construction noise did wake me up fortuitously early. In any case, we carefully went through our room, trying to see if there was anything amiss - black mold was at the top of the list, and if there was any, it was doing a damn good job hiding itself from us. There didn't appear to be any water damage to the walls or ceiling. We turned on the air conditioning and while it was a bit slow to cool the room down, after a couple hours it was quite pleasant. We ran the taps - we had hot and cold running water, and it had neither discoloration or unpleasant odor. Our toilet was functional, our shower was as well. The view out of the window was not exactly delightful, as it overlooked the rather aged looking parking lot, but since we were touring the city and its attractions, it made little difference to either of us. If you're still with me, don't be deceived: Both pools, inside and out, are closed until further notice. All the dining facilities in the building are likewise closed and shuttered. (We didn't much care, since we had all of OKC to dine in, and there was an acceptable 24-hour diner literally next door to the hotel itself) To my knowledge, there is no free breakfast offered to guests staying at the hotel. HOWEVER For the price we paid, it was a roof over our head with a decently comfortable bed and hot water. And for the price we paid, that seems a fair exchange. It could be a lot better. In fact, I can't imagine why another chain would want to buy this huge, neglected property and renovate it when it would be more efficient to simply buy out a crap motel (of which there are plenty), knock it all down and then build a brand new addition to the chain. It could be better. It isn't. Yet. But it could have been much worse, and yet it wasn't. So I give it an average rating. Here's hoping things improve for the Tower Hotel. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 1

Disaster need to close this hotel

Mar 12th, 2018

Well this place is a train wreck. The first room had no heat or AC. The second, third and forth rooms had no water, the fifth room had water but it was brown. The staff was trying but nothing was working, breakfast was awful, no bacon only over cooked sausages, pool is closed as well as all the restaurants. Tried to check out but the computer was frozen. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

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