Welcome to Tulsa Airport, also known as Tulsa International Airport. Airport Hotel Guide offers an extensive variety of Tulsa Airport hotels and reservation services for over 35 hotels near Tulsa Airport. Looking for a budget airport hotel? Try the Days Inn Tulsa Airport South. If searching for something a little more upscale, we recommend the Hilton Garden Inn Tulsa Airport. Whatever airport hotel needs you have, we have you covered. We offer deep discounts on hotels, Tulsa Airport parking/hotel packages, and Tulsa rental cars. Located just 5 miles from downtown Tulsa, Tulsa International Airport offers a useful way to get you where you need to go. Thanks for shopping at Airport Hotel Guide!
Where To Stay
- Holiday Inn Express OwassoJust off of highway 169 and not 10 miles from Tulsa International Airport, the Holiday Inn Express Owasso gives guests a pleasant stay. Free Wi-Fi Internet and business services of many kinds are offered here, plus an indoor pool, fitness center, complimentary breakfast, and more. You can't go wrong in spending the night here anytime.
- Holiday Inn Express Tulsa - CentralThe Holiday Inn Express Tulsa - Central is just 5 miles from Tulsa International Airport, off of Interstate 44. Complimentary breakfast and nearby restaurants give dining options here, and amenities at the hotel include free Wi-Fi in all rooms, an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and business services of all kinds.
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About Tulsa International Airport
When you first arrive in Tulsa, you'll touch down at Tulsa International Airport. Located 5 miles northeast of downtown, TUL has two concourses, A and B, served by seven airlines: Allegiant, American Airlines, Delta, Southwest, Sun Country, United and US Airways. The airport is also the global maintenance headquarters for American Airlines. Though it's a fairly small airport, there is a wide selection for flights.
Looking for something to do during a layover? Check out the Tulsa Air and Space Museum on the northwest side of the airport. The airport is also the first in the world to let passengers take control of music played inside the terminal building, so hop on the juke box or download TouchTunes smartphone app to select your own jams.
Keep the groove going at one of the airports near Tulsa International Airport. There are more than 35 hotels to choose from, including the Holiday Inn Express Owasso, located off Highway 169 and less than 10 miles from the airport. Guests can utilize free Wi-Fi Internet and business services, as well as an indoor pool, fitness center and complimentary breakfast. The Holiday Inn Express Tulsa - Central, situated 5 miles from TUL, provides more convenient access to flights and local restaurants. Amenities at the hotel include an outdoor pool, fitness center and a variety of business services.
Welcome to Tulsa
Tulsa is the second-largest city in Oklahoma, with a population of about 400,000. Situated along the Arkansas River at the foothills of the Ozark Mountains in the northeast quadrant of the state - a region known as Green Country - Tulsa is considered the cultural and arts capital of Oklahoma. For most of the 20th century, the city was dubbed the Oil Capital of the World, due to its large role in the American oil industry. Residents will be proud to tell visitors that Tulsa was voted one of "America's 50 Best Cities" by Business Week in 2012. A pointer: People from Tulsa are called Tulsans.
Wondering what to pack? The average temperature in the winter hovers around the low 40s and in the summer, highs reach into the 90s. To navigate the city, it's helpful to know that the major streets are laid out in grid fashion, and the city is split into eight main districts, including Blue Dome, Bok Center and Convention, Brady Arts, Deco, Greenwood, Pearl, Route 66 and Sobo districts. Tulsa Transit runs several bus lines around the urban center, though buses only come every 30 minutes to one hour depending on the time of day and week. Locals will tell you the easiest way to get around the city is by car - rental car, anyone?
Things to Do in Tulsa
Though Tulsa may not be an international tourist hot spot, it offers its fair share of attractions. This Oklahoma city is home to the nation's 18th-oldest opera company, two symphony orchestras and top museums. Grab a ticket to the iconic Cain's Ballroom to enjoy some the biggest names in music. The Brady Theater, a 2,800-seat vaudeville, brings in diverse acts such as U2 and Tenacious D while the Tulsa Zoo draws families with its 80 acres of wild exhibits. Don't miss the Tulsa Air and Space Museum and Planetarium either!
For plenty of fun, get acquainted with the Blue Dome Entertainment District, measuring nine square blocks filled with trendy eateries, indie boutiques and some of the most popular nightlife venues around such as Juniper Restaurant and Martini Lounge. Shop 'til you drop at Utica Square where designer dreams run wild with upscale boutiques, specialty shops and industry favorites such as Saks Fifth Avenue and Coach.