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This comfortable hotel is situated in Broken Arrow. The 300 welcoming 300 offer a perfect place to relax at the end of the day. null may take advantage of the Wi-Fi connection on public areas at Renaissance Tulsa & Convention Center. null will appreciate the 24-hour reception. Corporate travellers may avail for business facilities and services.
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Food & Beveragerestaurant
Pool and wellness facilitiesPoolTurkish bathIndoor pool
Business Facilities / FacilitiesMeeting RoomsBusiness Center
Decent hotel. Needs updating.
Reviewed 11 november, 2021
Staff was very friendly. Got a suite upgrade and fanatic gift basket upon arrival. However, the hotel is extremely dated and showing its age. Lots of little things wrong in my room. It was clean, just need some updating. See pictures for examples.
They charge for everything
Reviewed 10 september, 2021
We used to love staying at Tulsa renaissance, but they charge for everything now. You will pay for parking even when there is no event. Also they now charge for WiFi $7.95 (a day I believe) it says if you want to sign up to be in their program you get free WiFi. I tried to sign up and it said I needed to go to the front desk. Called many times w no answer so we give up🙄 it’s a shame we always would stay here but this is the last time. Expect to pay $300 a night for a family of 5 once you add it all up!!!
Clean, quiet, safe
Reviewed 3 august, 2021
From checking in to checking out, this hotel made our stay wonderful. The front desk employee Ianna helped with all my inquiries and had a beautiful smile that matched her equally sunny attitude. Great employees are hard to find and even harder to keep. There are three elevators which was great for social distance. The room was nice and cool (AC works fantastic!), as well as spotless. The smell of the room was fresh, the beds were so very comfortable, and the bathroom was bright and very clean, as well. Yes, this is an older hotel and the decor, while nice, is dated, but it’s so well kept and clean, who cares? The only thing that was a negative was there was a musky smell on my floor right where the elevator opens and closes. Didn’t use bar or restaurant, but observed others doing so and they appeared happy and safe. Pool was closed (indoor) so not sure about it. Overall, I do not hesitate to recommend this place to anyone. I will definitely go back.
Reviewed 4 june, 2021
Terrible. This used to be one of the nicest hotels in Tulsa. Now it's just an overpriced average stay. It's clean and pretty nice but very outdated. The room had lots of wea4 and the shower was dirty. I asked if they coukd clean the shower and they never sent anyone.
Decent Hotel in Tulsa, OK
Reviewed 1 june, 2021
Renaissance Tulsa Hotel & Convention Center is a decent hotel located approximately nine to ten miles away from Downtown Tulsa. We decided to book this hotel for one night due to its closeness to the TUL airport. Upon arrival, it automatically gave me the impression of being Hilton's Embassy Suites hotel converted into a Marriott's Renaissance. This is not a bad thing, but it is worth mentioning. Upon check in, we were attended by a front desk agent in training, and managers worked closely with her to make sure that she was doing the right things. I felt that both managers were able to truly accommodate our needs based on my Titanium elite status with Marriott, and appreciated their guidance as they trained this new staff member. The check in process went smoothly and were able to check in to our room. Their club level on the ninth floor is a private floor that needs a key as soon as you access the elevator. We were able to stay in one of their one-bedroom suites in this floor. About 600-700 sq. ft., this suite provides quite a spacious bathroom and living room, including a comfortable bed as well. There is also access to a balcony, where you can see some of Tulsa's views. The only thing that I would recommend management is to check drainage between toilet and shower as it connects with a small kitchen sink. Every single time there is a flush, the small kitchen makes quite a distinct noise in room 910. Finally, we were able to take advantage of their pool and breakfast option in the morning. Breakfast buffet was included as a Titanium elite member, but it runs around $14-$15 per person. Parking is available in this location at the rate of eight dollars per night as well. Renaissance Tulsa Hotel & Convention Center is a decent hotel that meets the needs of travelers. There might be a need for renovations in the near future, but the hotel still is a good option. I would recommend it.