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The Atherton Hotel at OSU Star Rating 2        
H103 Student Union

Upscale brick hotel offering elegant rooms with free Wi-Fi, plus an American steakhouse & a gym...
Interstate Inn Express Star Rating 1        
5554 South 48th West Avenue

Unpretentious pick offering modest rooms, some with microwaves & minifridges, plus free Wi-Fi...
Executive Inn Northwest Oklahoma City Star Rating 2        
6410 Northwest Expressway

Unpretentious hotel offering straightforward rooms with minifridges, microwaves & coffeemakers...
Microtel Inn Ardmore Star Rating 1        
1904 Cooper Drive

Unfussy, low-rise budget option with large vehicle parking, plus free Wi-Fi & continental breakfast...
Super 8 Owasso Star Rating 3        
11604 East 76th Street

Unfussy rooms with fridges & microwaves, plus a fitness center & free continental breakfast & Wi-Fi...
Microtel Claremore Star Rating 2        
10600 East Mallard Lake Road

Unfussy rooms plus free breakfast & Wi-Fi offered in a simple hotel with an outdoor pool...
Rodeway Inn Ardmore Star Rating 2        
2700 W. Broadway

Understated, budget rooms with Wi-Fi, plus an outdoor pool, business center & continental breakfast...
Will Rogers Magnuson Hotel Star Rating 2        
940 S Lynn Riggs Blvd

Unassuming low-rise hotel offering functional rooms with free Wi-Fi, plus an outdoor pool...
Charles Wesley Motor Lodge Star Rating 2        
302 North Park Drive

Traditional motel featuring rooms with modest decor, plus free parking, Wi-Fi & coffee...
Ambassador Hotel Oklahoma City Star Rating 3        
1200 N Walker Ave

This upscale, art deco hotel is 1.5 miles from Chesapeake Energy Arena and 1.8 miles from the Bricktown entertainment district.
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Oklahoma is a midwestern U.S. state whose diverse landscape includes the Great Plains, hills lakes and forests. Oklahoma City, the capital, is home to the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, recognizing the state's pioneer history, and the Bricktown entertainment district, popular for dining and nightlife. The poignant Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum commemorates the bombing here in 1995.