The Campbell Hotel- Tulsa, OK

2636 East 11th Street
Tulsa, OK 74104

This past August, I was able to do a bit of traveling, especially along historic Route 66. One of my stops included was Tulsa, Oklahoma. After thorough hotel researching, I came across The Campbell Hotel- which was conveniently located on Route 66. The hotel is housed in the old Max Campbell building that was built in 1927. The Spanish Colonial Revival building was inspired by a similar building in Kansas City. The building once housed the Casa Loma Hotel on the second floor, with a number of local businesses on street level. Fast forward to 2011, the uniquely appointed Campbell Hotel opened its doors. The stylish boutique hotel had had forty local designers put their own individual touch on each of the twenty-six themed rooms.

I had the pleasure of staying at the hotel for two wonderful nights in the twenties-themed “Tulsa Art Deco” room (as Tulsa has a rich Art Deco history..definitely worth checking out when touring around the area). As soon as I walked in, I was just in awe at how inviting the atmosphere was and how well-preserved the beautiful hardwood floors and original tile is. The soft purple walls wonderfully contrasted well with the light purple and metallic bedding, beautiful mirror and black accents. The room has a handy writing desk, Keurig machine, robes, eco-friendly toiletries, microwave and mini-fridge. Oh and one of the best parts is that, since I’m always on my smartphone or laptop… the abundance of outlets was a HUGE relief! The hotel offers a small business center, conference room, spa and restaurant- Maxxwells (that as since opened after my stay…will have to check it out next time). There is an elevator for your convenience or if you prefer the stairs, it’s just a short jaunt up the Grand Staircase to the rooms and a comfortable lounge area. If you prefer a cocktail in the evenings, there is the Campbell Lounge or if you don’t drink, check out 918 Coffee Shop a few blocks down from the hotel- highly recommended and the baristas were super friendly when I was there.

During my stay, a complimentary continental breakfast of pastries, fruit, juices, yogurt, milk, tea, coffee was served. But now that Maxxwells is opened, you can enjoy their breakfast, starting at 6AM.

HUGE thanks to the staff (especially Alyssa) at the Campbell Hotel for providing an exceptional experience for me. I enjoyed my stay and hope to go back again soon! For reservations and additional information on the hotel, please to go

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