Modern Stays

Looking for overnight accommodations in Tulsa? Prefer something with a modern flair? Look no further because we've got you covered. These hotels all offer luxury comfort in a modernist setting.

The Brut Hotel

The latest entry to this list is a great example of adaptive re-use. Originally built in 1953 as a secretarial school/dorm The Brut is located on the southern edge of downtown Tulsa overlooking a park. 


A total overhaul of the property began in 2021 and included the addition of the ninth floor restaurant and balcony. The stunning views have made this a local hotspot for intimate dining or evening cocktails.

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Aloft Downtown

Oklahoma's first Aloft Hotel opened in 2010 in Tulsa's busy southeast corridor. Aloft Tulsa Downtown is located in Tulsa's former city hall building. 

This creative repurposing is unique for this chain, as most Aloft Hotels are new construction. This location is convenient location for visiting the BOK Center, Central Library or the Tulsa Convention Center.

The Inn at Price Tower

We're including this unique property even though it's located in Bartlesville, about 40 miles north of Tulsa.
Price Tower was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and is considered his only completed skyscraper (the S.C. Johnson Research Tower is only 150 feet tall). The 19-story building is home to a museum, restaurant and, the upper seven floors, the Inn at Price Tower.


Doubletree at Warren Place

This hotel might seem like an odd choice, but the unique landscaping and park-like setting make it a modernist jewel in South Tulsa. 

Built in 1985 the Doubletree at Warren Place is adjacent to St. Francis Hospital, La Fortune Park and offers convenient access to area shopping malls.

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So there we have it! Hopefully you found this list helpful. If you have a favorite we overlooked or a suggestion share it in the comments. For more modern sites and attractions in Oklahoma visit our Resources page.

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