With the same spirit of the pioneers who settled this city and created one of the most dynamic young towns of the early century, today's Oklahoma City has been reinvented to offer visitors a fun-filled combination of attractions, events, restaurants and amenities.

Downtown Oklahoma City Hotels offers great rates on over 50 hotels in the downtown Oklahoma City area. All of our hotels have been approved by AAA and the Mobile Travel Guide, the authorities in hotel inspection. All hotels offer a generous savings off of regular hotel rack rates. Whether you are coming as a tourist or business traveler, Downtown Oklahoma City Hotels offers great hotels in Oklahoma City's downtown district!

Downtown Oklahoma City Hotel Map

Featured Hotel:

Crown Plaza Hotel - Oklahoma City
Crown Plaza Hotel - Oklahoma City
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Additional Hotels:

Sheraton Oklahoma City Hotel
One North Broadway
Oklahoma City, OK 73102 US

Hilton Oklahoma City
One Park Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73102 US

Renaissance Oklahoma City Convention Center Hotel
10 North Broadway
Oklahoma City, OK 73102 US

Residence Inn by Marriott Bricktown
400 East Reno Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73104 US

Courtyard by Marriott Okalahoma City Downtown
2 West Reno Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73102 US

Travelodge Oklahoma City
1750 East Reno Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73117 US

Quality Inn Trade Winds
1800 East Reno Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73117 US

Oklahoma City - Days Inn South
2616 So I-35
Oklahoma City, OK 73129 US

Colcord Hotel
15 N. Robinson Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73102 US

Americas Best Value Inn Bricktown
N I-35 Exit 124B at 29th St
Oklahoma City, OK 73129-6632 US

Knights Inn at Bricktown Hotel
2001 East Reno Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73117 US

Travelodge Oklahoma City North
1600 Richmond Square
Oklahoma City, OK 73118 US

Courtyard by Marriott Oklahoma City Northwest
1515 Northwest Expressway
Oklahoma City, OK 73118 US

Oklahoma City - Days Inn Northwest
2801 NW 39th St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73112 US

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Oklahoma City-Penn Square
2811 Northwest Expressway
Oklahoma City, OK 73112 US

Crowne Plaza Hotel OKLAHOMA CITY
2945 Northwest Expressway
Oklahoma City, OK 73112 US

About Oklahoma City

The largest city in the state of Oklahoma and the county seat of Oklahoma County, Oklahoma City ranks 31st in population among U.S. municipalities. According to the 2010 U.S. Census, the population of the city is 580,000. Much of the population growth is in the redeveloped downtown core, largely abandoned during the last two decades of the 20th century but now experiencing a modern renaissance.

Oklahoma City traces its history to 1889, when the federal government opened up most of the surrounding territory to homesteading. The resulting land rush involved the settling of temporary forts and villages throughout the region. The initial plan for Oklahoma City was as a staging area, but when more than 10,000 land stampeders arrived in the first few months, a street pattern was designed and the village became a permanent settlement.

After Oklahoma was admitted to the Union in 1907, the discovery of oil and the increasing role of cattle as a regional industry helped to boost the city's population. Many of the companies operating stockyards in Chicago set up local operations in the Oklahoma City area, and the importance of the railroad more than doubled over the next decade. During the Second World War, oil production was increased and the city developed a temporary industry focused on machine parts and tools. The development of the Interstate Highway System in the 1950s and 1960s also helped to promote Oklahoma City as a major agricultural and industrial center. Today, Oklahoma City sits at the crossroads of Interstates 35 and 40 and enjoys a thriving agricultural products distribution industry.

Oklahoma City has a semi-humid southern climate, with rather predictable temperatures and weather patterns during the summer months. The weather during the rest of the year can be extreme in terms of wind, precipitation, and temperature range. Oklahoma City lies in the center of the popularly phrased Tornado Alley, and in the spring months the meeting of polar cool fronts and warm air from the Gulf of Mexico results in very unpredictable wind patterns. Oklahoma city registers one of the highest average wind speeds in the nation.

The city has a diversified economy that is not dominated by any particular industry. Two Fortune 500 companies are headquartered in the area, and the University of Oklahoma in the nearby community of Norman is a major employer. Energy production, education, specialized parts manufacturing, banking and insurance has helped to label the city as one of the most recession-proof in the nation.